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Dyson Airstrait is now available to buy in the UK – get wet-to-dry hair in no time

Dyson's Airstrait will be available in the UK for £450

Dyson Airstrait

The Dyson Airstrait was one of the most innovative products of last year but despite already being out in the US it hadn’t reached the UK and Ireland. That’s all changing from TODAY – yes, the Airstrait is now available for £450 and you can check it out at Dyson’s demo stores in Oxford Street, London, Manchester’s Trafford Centre and Harrods. You’ll also be able to buy it directly from Dyson UK.

Airstrait (not Airstraight, notice) combines styling and drying at the same time. Dyson promises a natural straight style with a smooth shiny finish, fast. The combo of blowing and styling without damage has huge potential and we’ve detailed how it works in a dedicated Dyson Airstrait explainer feature.

The Dyson Airstrait has ‘Wet’ and ‘Dry’ styling modes, and a ‘Cool’ mode to set the style. The ‘Wet’ and ‘Dry’ modes are pre-set for the best results. In ‘Wet’ mode, you can choose among three heat settings of 80°C (175°F), 110°C (230°F), and 140°C (285°F). In ‘Dry’ mode, you can choose between 120°C (250°F) or 140°C (285°F) or get a top-up boost.

Dyson isn’t alone in its ambition here, of course, The GHD Duet Style and Shark SpeedStyle have both spearheaded the wet-to-dry styling revolution.

The device is now available in the US, Canada, China and Mexico but as well as the UK and Ireland but it’s also yet to come to other key Dyson markets such as Australia, Singapore and France. Dyson launching its products at different times for different territories is nothing new – it regularly does this, even with seemingly standard products like vacuums and purifiers.

You can check out the latest Dyson Airstrait deals right here:

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