Many people now choose to bring their own hair dryers into hotel rooms due to inferior products on offer. With this in mind, VORTICE has updated its longstanding Vort Dry hair dryer with some clever tweaks.
The unit offers built-in two-speed thermal protector, for the best balance between drying speed and comfort of use. It also has an extremely powerful airflow thanks to the axial impeller.
The Vort Dry unit itself has a modern and ergonomic design with an extendable nozzle of up to 130cm. This is both non yellowing and designed to ensure no heat build up.
Jennifer Quinn, Marketing Manager, comments: “Many people feel frustrated with the hair dryers on offer in public spaces so the Vort Dry is a great solution. The features on the Vort Dry make this product a great addition to the hygiene range for VORTICE and benefit both the installer and consumer.”
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