The Remington Pro Air 1875.
Before Bossy learned to embrace her inner curl, she gave this hair dryer hell. Here’s how she discovered it: in the early aughts-which-are-more-like-the-aught-nots, Bossy belonged to a health club, and she belonged to this health club so she could go there and dry her hair with this dryer.
Not actually this dryer, but a dryer that lived near a mirror at the gym — but anyway, inside of six months Bossy realized she could save herself the gym fee by purchasing the hair dryer because Bossy is quick like that.
The problem remained, however: Bossy could never remember the name of the hair dryer while driving the distance between the gym and her house, and she could never remember a piece of paper or a pen, and hi, have you met Bossy’s lead poisoning?
Finally one day Bossy, a history buff, looked at the hair dryer and chose not to see a model number, but a date. 1875. Ten years after the close of the Civil War. This Bossy was able to remember, and so she went to the store and located this date among the other dryers on the appliance shelf.
The Remington Pro 1875 is a little different now, but still favorably rated. Or you could just borrow Bossy’s, which doesn’t see much action anymore.