Rakshabandhan is a long-standing tradition that celebrates the special bond between brothers and sisters. This time around, brothers can go a step further by gifting their sisters something that they will cherish immensely – the Dyson Supersonic™ Rakhi Gift Edition; an ultimate tool that offers easy styling and care for their hair without damaging it.
Equipped with intelligent heat control that measures the exit airflow temperature 20 times every second to prevent temperatures exceeding 150°C, the Dyson Supersonic™ Hair Dryer protects natural shine, and helps reduce static and frizz too. Powered by the Dyson digital V9 motor and Air Multiplier technology, it uses a fast but focused airflow which results in faster drying, is lightweight, designed for balance in the hand, and is quieter than most conventional hair dryers.
This season, Dyson has launched a special edition that makes for a perfect Rakshabandhan gift for their sisters. The Dyson Supersonic™ comes along with a specially designed platinum storage bag as a gift bundle. This platinum bag is stitched in purple, lined with heat resistant fabric and secured by a magnetic clasp making it a perfect companion to the Dyson Supersonic Hair dryer.
Price: Rs. 25900 for the special Rakshabandhan Gift Edition bundle (Supersonic hair dryer + platinum storage bag).
Availability: 1st to 31st August, 2018, on www.dyson.in, Amazon India, the Dyson Demo Stores in DLF Promenade Mall and Select Citywalk Mall, New Delhi and VR Mall in Bangalore as well as through its very niche Direct to Home service in New Delhi and Bangalore.
Dyson was founded in 1993 by Sir James Dyson, who remains at the helm of the company. From its beginnings in cyclonic vacuums, Dyson’s portfolio has grown to include battery enabled and autonomous vacuum cleaners, hair dryers, lighting, heating and cooling fans, humidifiers, air purifiers and hand dryers, which are exported from the UK and sold in 83 markets globally. Dyson holds 7,500 patents worldwide and is focused on combining hardware, software and algorithms to make intelligent machines which understand their environment and how to improve it.
“We solve the problems others ignore. We engineer better technology and then explain why ours is better. The impossible spurs us on,” said Sir James Dyson OM, Founder and Chairman of Dyson.
Headquartered in Malmesbury, UK, Dyson is a family business employing 10,000 people globally. One third of its people are engineers and scientists. Dyson has 40 live university partnerships developing early stage technologies, including a joint robotics lab with Imperial College London, and a Chair of Fluid Mechanics at University of Cambridge. Dyson has pledged £2.5bn to the development of a battery electric vehicle which it will reveal in 2020.
The US and Japan are Dyson’s largest markets and Asia is the fastest growing region; Dyson is one of the fastest growing technology companies in Europe.