Zuvi Halo – Light Based Hair Dryer
Zuvi Halo is a futuristic-looking hair dryer that uses light instead of a coil for heating. Traditional hair dryers rely on intense heat to dry hair, which can essentially “bake” and overdry both the hair and scalp. This often results in dryness and potential damage.
In contrast, Zuvi Halo’s LightCare tech utilizes light to specifically target and dry the water droplets on the surface of your hair. This preserves the hair’s internal moisture, promoting healthier hair.
The product is aesthetically pleasing and has a minimal design. Let’s now examine some of its cool features.
Air Blower + Heater
Zuvi Halo can be used just as a blower (without heat) which is used for styling. You can use heat for drying. It is easy to operate and comes with 4 different modes.
Uses Light for Heating
While traditional dryers use coil or induction-based techniques to produce heat, Halo uses light to generate heat. This technique is more efficient and safe for your hair as it does not burn the hair.
Low Power Consumption
Unlike a traditional hair dryer that consumes about 1700W, Halo only consumes about 680W which is less than half. This is achieved mainly because of the light-based heating technique.
4 Modes of Operation
The dryer supports 4 modes based on the intensity of the airflow. It features something called care mode which works intelligently by taking room temperature into consideration. By doing this, it does not overheat the hair. If the room temperature is high, then Halo produces less heat to balance the operation.
Three different magnetic attachments are available which are included in the box. One of them is for hair styling. These attachments are magnetic, so you can just snap them on.
Zuvi is also working on a cordless version which is going to be available later this year.
Although I didn’t get a chance to test Zuvi Halo in-depth, I did spend a few minutes with it. I can confirm that the heating works as advertised. Additionally, it is lightweight and has a very aesthetic design. If you have it in your home, I’m pretty sure everyone who sees it cannot resist asking you about it.
- Uses light instead of coil for heating
- Healthier hair
- 4 Modes
- 3 Magnetic attachments
- 680W power consumption