Dyson's latest development: a futuristic hair straightener

Dyson has launched a new hair straightener called Corrale. It is designed to work in combination with Supersonic and Airwrap dryers from the same brand, but is used to shape already dry hair. Distinctive features of the device: mobility, flexible temperature control, wireless operation.

The main innovation of Dyson engineers was the introduction of a flexible segmented copper plate instead of a flat panel heater. Together with the rounded edges, this allows, when clamping, to fix hair of any structure as tightly as possible, including very thick and coarse ones. As a result, smoothing occurs literally in one pass, without losing individual strands.

The futuristic iron works in three temperature modes: 165, 185 and 410 degrees Celsius. Depending on the selected charging mode, the lithium-ion battery will last for 30-60 minutes of autonomous operation. Recharging takes just over an hour, the battery can be easily disconnected if necessary, and the device can be put in hand luggage on the plane.

Although the Corrale iron is formally designed to straighten dry hair, professionals will be able to create styling with it for every taste - curls, waves, curls, etc. The device can be used both at home and in commercial establishments. Corrale starts at $ 499.