BaBylissPRO Tourmaline Titanium 3000 Dryer

1900 watts
Cold shot
Ultra-lightweight design
6 heat/speed settings
Tourmaline Titanium technology
Far infrared heat

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: US$82.00

Special Price US$54.99



The first thing you’ll notice about this very contemporary 1900-watt dryer is the rubberized finish. It feels good when you hold it, providing a more comfortable grip and reducing stress on the hand and wrist. The tourmaline titanium technology emits millions of ions for incredible shine, and far-infrared heat for faster drying and styling, which is easier on hair. Six heat/speed settings, a cold shot button, and a 9-foot-long cord are other features that make this unique non-slip dryer a favorite of professionals.


Customer Reviews (10)

hair dryer, works well.Review by jenn
what can i say? my previous hairdryer had been in use (*very* sporadically) for nearly 30 years. I figured it was time to retire it before I electrocuted myself. This one isn’t too heavy, fits well in the hand, is a nice color, and seems to do the job of drying my hair without scorching it to death. I don’t plan to use it for 30 years, but it would be nice if it lasted for at least 10? (Posted on 3/6/2017)
Overall I love it!Review by Beth
I bought this dryer on June 8, 2013 and it died today February 13, 2017. I have been pleased overall with the performance. I love how it smooths out my hair and also reduces fly-aways. I don't have any issues with the switch placement as others have mentioned. The screen/filter cap broke about a year ago and I have tried to keep the dust cleaned out of it. However, I think that's probably what did it in. When I turned it off yesterday it sounded like the fan blades were hitting something. That was my first clue that the end was near. Today it ran fine for a minute or so then the motor started slowing down to the point where it almost stopped. I turned it off and I could smell it burning. The only other problem I had was that the nozzle fell off occasionally. I like the dryer enough to buy it again although I found it cheaper elsewhere and the current list price here on Amazon is quite a bit more than I paid for it here 4 years ago. I also own the companion travel dryer, "BaBylissPRO Tourmaline Titanium Travel Dryer". No complaints with that one. (Posted on 2/13/2017)
Expensive...& worth it.Review by Kimberly L Dampier
This is my second BaByliss product, the first was their titanium straightener I bought on the advice of shop girl in a beauty supply store when my Chi went ka-plooey. I was so glad I listened to her; have had 2 years (so far) of great service from it, so I was familiar with the BaByliss name. I had never really thought much about ever needing or wanting a higher-than-Walmart quality dryer before....till I borrowed this one from a friend. Wow. I bleach my hair platinum monthly, so my hair tries to hold on to water & is difficult to dry. This lovely red wonder cut my drying time by almost half. & though it dried my hair thoroughly, the texture following being blown dry was much softer & more manageable, like I had been professionally blown out. For me, that made the price completely worth it. I was thrilled to find the exact model on amazon as my friend's. The dryer is light without feeling cheap, the controls are very easy to access & use, the cool shot button actually delivers cool air (rather than warm), the screen covering the air intake for the motor is very easy to remove, clean & replace. So, yes, I spent $80 on a was worth every penny. (Posted on 1/14/2017)
Works great, but is coated in a cheap enamelReview by Jennifer Hill
I should start by saying I bought this hairdryer in August of 2013 and have been using it almost every day for the last three years, and it has worked great. I have very long and thick hair, always leave the concentrator attachment on, and can dry my entire head in about 7 minutes, which is great. Some people have mentioned awkward button placement, but I have only accidentally hit a button while holding it less than 5 times in the last 3 years, so not really a big deal. Also, the long cord is great.

The reason I have to give it only 3 stars instead of 5 is because the enamel on the handle has started cracking/shrinking (it looks like when you melt those plastic sleeves around an Easter egg). This actually started about a year ago, and since it didn't really affect anything, I thought, "Meh, it's fine." The handle isn't hot or anything, just fading/cracking. Just recently, the enamel has also started falling off, which revealed the red paint layer underneath. This shouldn't be a big deal, but with the heat of the dryer, the paint is literally melting off, and each time I dry my hair the palm of my hand gets covered in red paint! It washes right off with soap and water, but this isn't normal, also I have to make sure I don't accidentally touch my hair (or anything else) with that hand.

Anyhow, for a professional dryer that presumably would be used for hours a day at a hair salon, I'm surprised this happened when I only use it for 7 minutes a day. Again, it's been 3 years, and there's nothing else wrong, it functions fine, but I now need to replace it because I can't deal with a bloody-looking hand every morning. I'll be replacing it with a $20 hair dryer so I won't be upset if I need to replace the next one after a couple years. (Posted on 11/29/2016)
First a WOW, Now a DUD-- RED Paint is on EverythingReview by CChart
UPDATE JAN 2017--- The red paint coming off onto my hands is indeed a real issue. The first month it was fine but by the 2nd month I was noticing red palms, by 3rd month it was a major PITA. It looks gross, paint is definitely defective and should be corrected by the manufacturer. I tried to contact them but all emails get rejected. What is up with that?? How else can I reach them?? As a result I am changing my 5 star rating to a 3 star... Paint should be so easy to fix and obviously this long discussed issue has not been addressed. For a $75 product this is totally unacceptable. I would like a refund or a new dryer that does not have this problem.
OK I was a skeptic. How much can a blow dryer affect your hair? Apparently a lot. My daughter in law brought one of these to my home while on a visit. She and my son urged me to try it. I have almost shoulder length straight, fine hair. I used the same hair products, same brushes and all I can say is wow. My hair responded. It looked fuller, fluffier and curled they way a wanted. I immediately ordered my own. May seem expensive but when you consistently have good hair days it is worth every cent. (Posted on 11/3/2016)
Works fine, but coating is peeling off.Review by Kristen W.
I've only had this blow dryer for 5 months and the coating on the handle is crackling and now peeling off. I'm starting to see little red pieces all over my hands and my bathroom. (Posted on 6/14/2016)
Great dryer overall.Review by MontanaMomOfBoys
High quality dryer and I can definitely tell the difference in my hair compared to using a cheaper drug store dryer. I have very fine hair, live in a dry climate and this dryer helps keep it more smooth with less fly aways.
The reason I gave it a 4 rating is because of the handle. They are flip switches and when I grip the handle it changes the settings or turns it off. I am having to train myself to hold the handle differently. I attached a picture to reference.
***Updated 11/7/16 This dryer is still working perfectly. I have gotten used to the button/switch placement but did take a little time to re-train myself. Would still highly recommend this dryer. (Posted on 5/18/2015)
I am VERY pleased with this dryerReview by Alydes
I am VERY pleased with this dryer. I have very thick medium/long hair that I stopped blow drying 10 years ago because it would take over 20 hair takes hours to air dry even if I towel dry it extremely well. I do blow dry my daughter's hair when it's cold outside. She has multiple disabilities and the sound of my old dryer really bothered her and it took a long time to dry her hair. After researching for a week I decided to spend a little more for a quality dryer and purchased the Babylis Pro BABTT5585 Tourmaline Titanium 3000 Dryer.

I decided to try it on myself first. I timed how long it took for me to go from towel dried to mostly dry (just a tad damp) and it only took THREE MINUTES. I couldn't believe it and actually checked to be sure my clock was working properly. Because it's been so long since I blowed my hair dry I can't say how my hair felt compared to other hair dryers. I CAN say that I didn't feel any difference between my hair after I used this hair dryer and if I let it dry naturally. When I deep conditioned my hair it only took 5 minutes for me to go from dripping wet to slightly damp.

This dryer is not as loud as my other dryer and doesn't have that high pitched sound that bothers my daughter so much. I am able to blow dry her hair quickly without a fraction of the distress my cheap dryer causes.

I am VERY pleased with this purchase and feel it is worth every penny. (Posted on 1/9/2015)
My favourite dryer so far despite its flaws.Review by Kay
The background story: I have lots of layers in my hair for that messy bedhead look. The longest layers go down until my rear. I've never paid a lot of attention to my hair-dryers, always using those I was given (I can't give you exact models. I know one of them was a Wella and another was a Braun). In the past years (I'm in my mid-20s now) I have realized that my once naturally shiny and healthy hair was beginning to get lots of split ends. I wasn't sure if it was because of my hectic lifestyle (and malnourishment), the bleaching and dying of my hair or other reasons. I don't use hot styling appliances often. I never use straighteners, because I have very straight hair and I rarely have the time to curl my hair. So the main 'hot' product I've used was my blow-dryer. But the last 3 years I have paid more attention to the products I use on my hair (mainly TIGI Bed Head) and my hair's been growing healthy again.

Last year, after moving once more (fom a 220V country to the USA) I never actually bought a new hair-dryer and was just using my tiny travel dryer (where you can switch the Volts) for around 8 months. I noticed how much worse my hair was getting. It was frizzy, it broke easily, it split deeply (not just at the end) and of course it took forever and a half to dry my hair with that tiny travel dryer. Whilst it had been cheap and perfect for travelling, I realized it's not the greatest choice to use regularly.
Hence, I decided to actually invest some time into buying a new hair dryer. After researching it seemed that there is not such a big difference between middle-priced dryers and expensive dryers but a big quality difference between cheap dryers and middle-priced dryers. And since I would just be using this dryer at home, it doesn't need to perform at saloon conditions (my hair stylists all said they would not trust BaByliss at their saloons, because they wouldn't be able to 'take the heat' ;) ). That's why I went for this BaByliss in the medium price range (I have the BaByliss Big Hair Brush and a Waver and had great experiences with them). I was also interested in the Tourmaline that's supposed to emit even more negative ions.

~~~THE PROS~~~

- It's WARM, but not too hot, meaning that the risk of heat damage is decreased (I use the hottest setting for most of the process, the Cold hot shot button for the end to allow my hair to cool and my styling to settle). More importantly:

- It's FAST-DRYING. I have seen that some reviewers complained about this dryer not being 'hot enough' but I think it is warm enough. Besides, it's not about how hot it is, but how evenly it distributes the air and how evenly it heats in general. And this really dries my hair well. It used to take 20-30 minutes to dry my hair, with the BaByliss Pro I am done in 8-12 minutes! Although I stop in between to put styling products into my hair. (And as mentioned above, my hair goes down to my hip, so 8-12 minutes is amazing!)

- It has a strong, steady air flow. I use the black nozzle that comes with it (and I've never had the problem of it falling off like other reviewers have said) and it just directs a steady air flow so evenly at exactly where I want it to blow. The air pressure is just perfect.

- It's LIGHT. Although I don't actually have to hold it for all that long, I do appreciate it if my appliances don't weigh too much.

~~~THE CONS~~~

- The BUTTONS. Other reviewers have already said it. The buttons on the handle were a tragic design choice. I feel myself not really gripping the handle of it, because I'm always afraid I will accidentally push another button. I have accidentally switched it off a few times or changed the heater settings from hot to warm or cold. This can be a bit annoying, especially since I often switch hands because I use a round bristle brush to pre-style my hair while blow-drying.

- The CABLE/ADAPTER. I don't know if it's the cable or the adapter or some circuit error, but I know some reviewers have stated that their BaByliss stopped working after a short period of time. I have had some troubles switching it on myself. Since even my cheap, tiny travel hair dryer has had no problems with the electrical sockets it must be this hair dryer. I ALWAYS perform the suggested 'Reset' and 'Test'-routine that you should do before usage and it always tests positively. Still, sometimes my dryer just won't switch on. I just unplug it, try to straighten the cord, plug it back in, hit Rest and Test again. Sometimes I have to do this 2-3 times and so far, it hasn't stopped working entirely. (I've only had it since November 2013 however and now it's January 2014).

(Things that don't bother me, but you'd maybe like to know about).

- The SIZE. While not being as chunky as some of my past hair dryers, it's also not that small, either. I am fine with it, since I don't plan to travel with this dryer (I just need every inch of my luggage so I always only pack my travel dryer that folds together).

- The NOISE level. While I don't find it excessively loud, it's not exactly what I would call quiet either. But then again, I am a bit sensitive when it comes to noise and am quickly leaning towards the 'it's too loud'-party. So I am not bothered by the noise, but I didn't use it and immediately think 'Wow, this is exceptionally quiet', because it's fairly normal.


I love the results.
It dries my hair quickly (which is VERY important to me), it doesn't seem to excessively damage my hair (of course you should know using any hair dryer is not the healthiest choice for your hair), meaning my hair looks shiny and healthy (no split ends!) and it provides me with exactly what I need for a price of 50 USDs, which I find reasonable.

I acknowledge that there are a few flaws and some room for improvement, but I am just so happy with the job it does that I don't care that I sometimes accidentally switch it off or that I can't firmly grip it around the middle of the handle. Whether this is what you need or if the flaws are something you can compromise on is based on your personal preference. (Posted on 1/29/2014)
Best blow dryer ever!Review by T. Le
I never blow dry my hair because I hate the way my hair feels after. It just made my hair a big, uncontrolled mess while damaging it at the same time. I straighten my hair infrequently because it takes me too long (an hour) and the result is straight hair, but not very silky feeling. I got this blow dryer after my sister suggested it to me. I decided to give it a try and invest a bit into a blow dryer. It's worth every penny!!! It takes 10 to 15 minutes to completely dry my hair (I have very thick, medium to long wavy hair). My hair feels silky and soft and looks better than when I straighten it, only taking a quarter of the time! I couldn't stop touching my hair after the first time I used the blow dryer. The concentrator attachment is included (some of the other listings of this same product apparently didn't include it) and is quite useful when using a round brush.

You can continue doing your research for a great blow dryer, but there is seriously no need to look further! This is the best blow dryer I've ever used and would buy it again in a heart beat. (Posted on 1/27/2011)

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