Reviewed & Explained: Alan Truman Force 7700 AC Motor Dryer


1. Professional Long-life AC motor 2. Tourmaline ceramic grill 3. High quality, durable heating element ensures even heat across the airflow 4. 2 Speed and 3 heat settings for all-around styling versatility 5. Real professional cool shot for setting styles 6. Patented O-air seal to avoid air leakage and loss 7. 2 concentration nozzles – narrow and wide 8. Hang-up loop with cable snap protection 9. Professional heavy-duty power cord 10. Auto over-heat and over-run protection 11. One year warranty against workmanship and manufacturing defects

Alan Truman is a brand of premium high-quality styling tools and brushes. With its global sourcing philosophy, the product range of Alan Truman is handpicked and sourced from the best factories from around the world.

Force 7700 is one of the everyday use offerings from Alan Truman. Sturdy, robust, strong, ready to take the load of everyday drudgery of blow-drying and blow styling, this dryer is bound to be your styling companion forever. 

Ionic function locks in moisture and reduces frizz drastically. Tourmaline particles on the grill make sure that every blow-style and blow-dry leaves a lot of shine in your hair.  Air loss from the joint of the hairdryer has left the professional tools industry perplexed for ages. Now there is a solution to the problem with the help of the patented O-air seal. This seal prevents air loss and leakage making sure that all the power and performance of the dryer is delivered there, where it should be.

Excellent ergonomics make it the hair stylist's favorite. Groves on the grip with pushed back body and handle makes sure that neither your hand nor your body is stressed during the most intensive blow-drying session.

What’s on the inside? The Field Force 7700 uses the sturdy and long-life professional AC motor. Ionic function locks in moisture and reduces frizz drastically. Tourmaline particles on the grill make sure that every blow-style and blow-dry leaves a lot of shine in your hair. 

What’s this DC & AC motor thingy? AC motors are heavy-duty, long-life, 10X more powerful than DC motors. They can take the drudgery of tens of blow-dries per day done every day for years. DC motors are low power, lightweight, and short-life. They cannot take the stress of a few years of heavy blow-drying. The power and throughput of an AC dryer will remain consistent throughout its life span. The power of a DC motor will reduce its life span with use.

Is it heavy? Professional AC motors are strong, sturdy & heavy-duty and hence heavier than DC motors. But the excellent blow-dries you get are worth every ounce of weight. So don’t worry it's not bad to grab some of your gym load during blow-drying. Sorry, it’s not really that heavy. Hey beautiful, so don’t skip the gym.

What special about this one? Air loss from the joint of the hairdryer has left the professional tools industry perplexed for ages. Now there is a solution to the problem with the help of the patented O-air seal. This seal prevents air loss and leakage making sure that all the power and performance of the dryer is delivered there, where it should be.

My hands, wrists, and hair, are they taken care of? Excellent ergonomics make sure that you have less stress on your palms and wrists during the longest blow-drying sessions ever. Groves on the grip with pushed-back body and handle makes sure that neither your hand nor your body is stressed during the most intensive blow-drying session.

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS When using any electrical appliance and this dryer, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following: 1. To reduce the risk of electric shock: Do not reach for an appliance that has fallen into the water. Unplug immediately. 2. Do not use while bathing or in a shower. 3. Do not place or store appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink. Do not place in or drop into water or other liquid. 4. Always unplug this appliance from the electrical outlet immediately after using. 5. Unplug this appliance before cleaning, removing, or assembling parts. 6. Do not wrap the power cord around the dryer, it reduces the life of the power cord and may cause short circuit due to twisting of electrical cables inside the cord.

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