Revlon RV440C 1200W Ionic Hot Air Dryer and Styler

 
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Product Description

The Revlon RV440C Ionic 1 and 1 1/2 inch hot air styler kit includes both a 1" and 1-1/2" hot air styling attachment that use Ion technology for faster, silkier results. Its two interchangeable aluminum barrels retain heat from the 1200 watts of power generated by the styler, and there are two heat settings for maximum flexibility. The styler kit works on all types and lengths of hair. Style your hair and get beautiful results fast with this Revlon Ionic 1" and 1-1/2" Hot Air Styler Kit. Using ionic technology and 1200 watts of power this kit helps you create smooth and silky styles, curves and waves. The kit includes both 1" and 1-1/2" hot-air styling attachments and 2 heat settings. Use for all types and lengths of hair. Also features a cool tip for easy handling and a swivel cord.

The Revlon RV440C Ionic 1 and 1 1/2 inch hot air styler kit includes both a 1" and 1-1/2" hot air styling attachment that use Ion technology for faster, silkier results. Its two interchangeable aluminum barrels retain heat from the 1200 watts of power generated by the styler, and there are two heat settings for maximum flexibility. The styler kit works on all types and lengths of hair.

Features:
  • 1200 watts of power
  • 3 heat settings
  • 3 speed settings
  • Styles and dries all types and lengths of hair
  • Airflow concentrator attachment included

Customer Reviews:

  • poorly made
    I bought this item last month at Target, I needed a way to straighten, and curl my hair because I have shoulder problems, so it hurts to hold up a round brush and hair dryer. The product is very loud, the buttons are poorly located. It also gets very hot to hang on to. The concept is great, but mine has already cracked at the base where the brush attaches, that wasn't sturdy at all, it only attached at the front and I was forever hitting that release button and having the brush fall off! I tried to find a Revlon website to contact the company, but all I can find is the makeup part of the company. Do not buy this product!...more info
  • Great style....Over heats FAST!
    Gave great style but over heats withing less than two minutes. So disappointed. Will have to try another brand or something....more info
  • Absolutely the Best
    This is absolutely the greatest dryer and styler! The long bristles hold my hair against the aluminum barrel perfectly while drying. Used along with a foaming mousse, it feels like I have twice as much hair. Fifteen minutes and I have terrific-looking sleek and shiny hair. I don't use the small brush because it gives me too much curl, so it's been put away since day one. Wish it hadn't come with the kit, I might have saved even more money... :-) I have never had it stop working on me. Maybe because I'm constantly pulling the brush out to the ends of my hair and then rolling up again, and it doesn't get a chance to overheat....more info
  • Not suitable for fine hair
    This one seems to be more of a blower than a styler. I guess the 1200W is a little overkill, but the barrel design also adds to the problem. Unlike other hot air stylers, this one has vents at the base of the barrels, apparently designed to also blow air from the outside (in addition to the inside the barrel). This is especially a problem with the smaller attachment, because its vents are larger. I use the smaller barrel to style my bangs, but the air from the vents blows my fine bangs all over the place as I try to latch onto them with the bristles of the barrel. Maybe this works well if you have long, thick hair, and you are trying to use this to dry your wet hair quickly. But this doesn't work for me. I'll try the Revlon RV444 Hot Air Styler and Dryer with Ceramic, which doesn't seem to have these unwanted vents, and also seems to have a less monsterous handle, because I do like the smoothing effect that I get from Revlon's bristly barrels.

    A few more notes about Amazon's description of this product:

    1. They specify 3 speed settings and 3 heat settings, but this isn't true. There are 3 settings... Period. Low, High, and cool. Low is slow blower with heat. High is fast blower with heat. Cool is fast blower with no heat (and if you want to use low heat, followed by a "cool shot", you have to cycle through a high power blast of heat first).

    2. I really don't know what the purpose is of the "ionic" feature. For some reason, it's an option, with an associated button and LED that you have to push each time if you want to use it. Sounds like marketing hype if you ask me....more info
  • Not for my fine, straight hair
    Thought this would save time and be easier than a blow dryer and round brush, but no. My hair is long-ish and kind of fine/straight. The brushes would not grab the hair enough like my regular round hair brush. So, I couldn't get the full volume results I wanted. I can see how those with thick or wavy hair would fare better. It is very loud though. I returned mine....more info
  • Revolutionized my hair regimen
    The Revlon hot air dryer and styler is the best invention. I cannot handle a dryer and a separate brush so this solves my problem. I used to use electric rollers (have hundreds of them) but using this hot air dryer and styler lets me do my hair, including drying it to damp with a regular dryer, in about 12 minutes. Plus the bristles are great--they hold hair better than Conair rubber type bristle. I'd give it six stars if possible....more info
  • the best
    I have tried round brushes, blow dryers, comb dryers... you name it, I've tried it, and have not been happy. Maybe because I am no cosmetologist. :=) However, I am exceptionally pleased with this product as it gives me the closest fininsh to having my hair done by my hairdresser. I love it. Gives the convenience & manageability of a round brush & dryer in one. Thanks Revlon...more info
  • Great while it lasts... but then it DIES!
    I am now on my second one. I love the results it gives me, and it's easy to use--though I agree, seriously, that if you are using the high setting you should wear earplugs--it really is that loud. But the first one died after maybe 3 months, and the second one, after a few months, now only heats a little bit, so I guess it's dying too. I asked my hairdresser, and she said Revlon appliances were known for not lasting. Frustrating! I want to find something that works well, has no animal bristles (let's not kill them for fashion!), and will LAST. At least this has a one-year warranty, but I don't know how easy it will be to get them to honor it. Made by Helen of Troy, so I don't want to buy Helen of Troy products now either. Oh well......more info
  • best hair tool I have used!
    I have tried several other hot-air brushes and this is by far the best, even compared to "high-end" ones. (I have not tried other hot air brushes by Revlon yet). I have very fragile hair: baby-fine, bleached blonde, and very frizz-prone (also quite long), but this has NOT damaged my hair. My hair is naturally kinky/wavy and I used to flat iron it everytime I wanted it straight, and then had to load it with products to control frizz. This product however makes my hair look like gorgeous, smooth silk, all by itself. I think the ions really do work to tame frizz because now I dont even have to use any more products except a light mist of hairspray. The brush does get very hot and loud on the high setting; but I have found that I get the same results leaving it on low until it is 95% dry, then putting it on high to finish. I love that it can create a subtle, sexy wave instead of completely straightening my hair as flat iron does. Definitely recommend!!!!!...more info
  • Revlon RV440C 1200W Ionic Hot Air Dryer and Styler
    As a dryer the Revlon dries very fast but as stylist, I would have perferred a 3/4 barrell. However, since most younger people like
    over-sized barrells (this comes with a 1 inch and a 1 1/14), you will be much more pleased with this. Also, I would have like the option on
    the stylist portion to turn off the air....more info
  • great product, horrible quality
    I have not-too-thick VERY curly hair, and this hot brush (I only use the largest attachment, and just throw away the smaller and the blow dryer) gets my hair from soaking wet and frizzy to dry, sleek, and gorgeous in under 10 minutes. It's a godsend, especially when coupled with Bumble & Bumble's "straight" straightening gel. When it's working, it's phenomenal.

    BUT. This is a big but. The dryer breaks, without fail, once a month. I don't know if it overheats or it shorts out or it just falls apart, but I'll get out of the shower one day (inevitably a day when I really desperately need my hair to look good) and the darn thing just won't turn on. So it's off to Walgreens or Kmart or another drugstore to buy a new one.

    At a price ranging from $15 to $25, it's cheaper to buy one of these a month than to get my hair professionally blown out every few days. But it's not something I'm happy doing. I eventually gave in and bought a $65 version by a brand I don't remember the name of (BaBy[something]). Instead of having a detachable head (another flaw with the Revlon: the head comes loose, especially if you are slightly aggressive with your straightening), it's all one piece, the handle is thinner, and the bristles aren't that sharp plastic - they're faux-boar bristles, so your hair is shinier. It takes longer for me to dry my hair with this new one, but the added 5 minutes is worth it for not having to spend $200 a year buying new blow dryers! ...more info
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    I'm on my third one of these. The question is why do I keep buying it? Well, the attachments are great, the hot and cool settings are perfect and (when it works) it does a great job styling my hard-to-style hair.

    The first one I bought didn't work right out of the package and I returned it. The second one worked for about 4 months, then finally died while I was on vacation. The one I have now screams louder than any hair dryer you've ever heard, and after about three minutes you can see a bright flare-up inside the unit and the heating element is done for the day. It still blows cool air, but it would take about 20 minutes to do the other half of my head that isn't styled yet. A half-done head of hair doesn't really suit my sense of style.

    Great product design, lousy innards. I'm off on a search to find one that actually works. If I'd bought a more expensive one off the bat, would I have actually saved? We'll see....more info
  • Waste of money - overheats - even smokes!
    Avoid this product - it cannot be used for more than 3 minutes without overheating. I used mine twice - for about 3.5 minutes each time. This includes shutting the unit off and on to reposition it. The third day I used it, it started to smoke! It is a piece of junk made with poor quality parts.
    ...more info
  • Revlon dryer styler
    I've bought this before and should have known this wouldn't last any longer, there would be no improvements. The top piece has already been popping off andthe attachment has already started falling off like my last one. It is such a good dryer for my hair to dry and style at the same time, but they don't last. I've only had this one a little over a month and it's already probably on numbered days. Wish they would pay attention to complaints and improve on the item....more info
  • Do you have Thick, Coarse, Curly Hair?
    A Hot Air Brush will help in controlling the frizz. Using a flat iron afterwards makes a huge difference. I had to return this Hot air brush after two weeks because it no longer heated. The fellow at the store told me that they have had problems with this item. I purchased a different brand after the return.

    ...more info
  • On my 4th one since Dec
    I love this product for what it does for my hair WHEN IT WORKS! I am on my 4th one since December and the only reason I keep getting the same one is because I keep exchanging it. The first one was broken right out of the package, the button clip that keeps the brush on was broken, the 2nd one burned out, the 3rd one, the little screen on the bottom broke off and it smells like it is burning and the 4th one was purchased on Friday and died on Tuesday. I finally wrote to the manufacturer!!! I am exchanging again today for a different model. I hope the new one I get works as good but more importantly, I hope it keeps working!!!...more info
  • Best of the best
    The only one with air brush. So this one is the best, but it is nothing to compare with, working just fine for last 4 month....more info
  • Couldn't Live Without It
    This product is seriously the best thing I ever bought for my hair. I have extremely thick, curly, unmanageable hair. This product helps tame my unmanageable hair and makes it look soft, smooth, and healthy. I like how it is a brush and dryer combined- no trying to juggle the round brush and separate hair dryer, and I can do it with one hand.

    The only gripe I have with it is I can't figure out how to clean the barrel. Styling products tend to build up on the metal part, and it is kinda hard to clean since I don't think you can immerse it. But other than that, it's a great product and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone. ...more info
  • Best hot air brush I have owned!!
    I really love this hot air brush! I had the Thermalaire previously and it was low powered and I could only use it to style my hair after I had dried it with a regular hair dryer. After it died, I decided to try this one because it is 1200W -- wow, what a difference! It has an attachment that allows you to use it as a regular hair dryer, or you can dry your hair using the brush attachments. I have short layered hair and I usually dry it using the larger brush attachment. It gives my hair SO MUCH body, its just wonderful, and it dries my hair faster than any other hair dryer I've ever had. The first day I used it, when I went to work people kept complimenting on my new haircut!! I had to keep telling them it wasn't a new haircut but a new hair dryer! And I haven't had a bad hair day since buying it! The only problem I've had is that it does tend to get a little hot to handle on the high setting, but it's worth it to me because it dries my hair so fast, while styling it at the same time. And I can always turn it down to the low setting if I need to. It also has a cool setting to set your curls. This is a GREAT item and I just wanted to contradict some of the negative reviews it has gotten. This is a great dryer for people who are short on time and need a great style FAST! ...more info
  • Overheater
    The first day I used this brand new dryer, it overheated after 5 minutes and never turned back on. Blow in it to cool it down? Forget it! I'd hyperventilate trying to cool it off enough to use it again. It would be easier to grow an extra arm and be able to hold a regular dryer in one hand and a round brush in the other, and use the new hand to separate the sections....more info
  • Couldn't Live Without It
    This product is seriously the best thing I ever bought for my hair. I have extremely thick, curly, unmanageable hair. This product helps tame my unmanageable hair and makes it look soft, smooth, and healthy. I like how it is a brush and dryer combined- no trying to juggle the round brush and separate hair dryer, and I can do it with one hand.

    The only gripe I have with it is I can't figure out how to clean the barrel. Styling products tend to build up on the metal part, and it is kinda hard to clean since I don't think you can immerse it. But other than that, it's a great product and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone. ...more info
  • Revlon RV440C 1200W Ionic Hot Air Dryer and Styler
    As a dryer the Revlon dries very fast but as stylist, I would have perferred a 3/4 barrell. However, since most younger people like
    over-sized barrells (this comes with a 1 inch and a 1 1/14), you will be much more pleased with this. Also, I would have like the option on
    the stylist portion to turn off the air....more info
  • RV440C 1200W Ionic Hot Air Brush
    It's fabulous!! Saves me a ton of time - and pain: I had hand surgery last year which was not successful and as a result it is extremely difficult for me to use a brush and a regular hairdryer. I'm absolutely delighted and if/when it wears out I'll be looking to Amazon to buy another one (just over the border from Canada is Buffalo NY so it's nice and close for me to pop over and pick it up at the postal stn!)...more info
  • Bad product
    I bought this product and thought i would be very happy with it, I was not, It snagged and quit and was overall a piece of crude. Very unhappy with this purchase....more info
  • works great for me
    I bought mine at Target over a year ago. I have fairly fine straight hair in a medium length "bob" type hairstyle. I dry my hair using the largest brush on the lowest heat setting; only occasionally do I use the highest setting. It works great to give my hair style with some volume. I haven't had any problems with it. ...more info
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    I'm on my third one of these. The question is why do I keep buying it? Well, the attachments are great, the hot and cool settings are perfect and (when it works) it does a great job styling my hard-to-style hair.

    The first one I bought didn't work right out of the package and I returned it. The second one worked for about 4 months, then finally died while I was on vacation. The one I have now screams louder than any hair dryer you've ever heard, and after about three minutes you can see a bright flare-up inside the unit and the heating element is done for the day. It still blows cool air, but it would take about 20 minutes to do the other half of my head that isn't styled yet. A half-done head of hair doesn't really suit my sense of style.

    Great product design, lousy innards. I'm off on a search to find one that actually works. If I'd bought a more expensive one off the bat, would I have actually saved? We'll see....more info
  • Could Be Bad for Your Hearing
    I bought this at Target since it was on sale for $16.99. I bought this to replace the one I currently owned which was a Wahl brand that had overheated on me. Well, I opened it today and it worked ok. It dried my hair and styled it at the same time like it claims it will. The only thing is that it was so loud I had to wear ear plugs while I was using it. It sounded like a leaf blower blowing in my ears. It was, by far, the loudest blow dryer I have ever heard. On low, it was tolerable but it would have taken me an hour to dry my hair. I am going to return it tomorrow and look for another one. I would not recommend this is you value your hearing....more info

 

 
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