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Fancy something fancy you'd spot in a hotel, perhaps? Since the recession may limit your vacays, this pampering product will dry you right up . . . while drying up fewer funds in the process. Originally marked at $160, but currently priced at 70 bucks to go go go, the compact Bion 3-in-1 works its water-removing magic on hair and hands while offering heat to dry nail polish, too.

If you think this non-essential's only for those with money to waste spend, consider that you could eliminate blowouts (the dryer's packed with ceramic, ionic, and tourmaline technology), manicure appointments, and buying paper towels, which saves cash in the long run. Come on, did you even see the lotion warming feature?!

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FrankiLee FrankiLee 6 years
I could take it or leave it. I'm not going to go out and buy it myself, since I have no use really for a nail dryer, but I would put it to use if I received it as a gift.
lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
something you can use but you don't need...
GKitty GKitty 6 years
What if your power goes out, with all the weather related events lately I can see a problem with this!
soapbox soapbox 6 years
I'm just not sold on it. Hand dryers always still leave my hand damp. At "eco friendly" bathrooms, I'm usually stuck with wet hands that endanger my handbag :P. But other than that, I have no use for a nail dryer, another hair dryer or a lotion warmer.
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