Mithings Dry

Development of a handy product that enables the user - as flexible as possible and in different places - to dry their hair by directing a stream of hot air

Nick Wode

Prof. Martin Topel



Technisches Entwerfen


The simple design of the Mithings Dry hair dryer impresses with the way it protects the user and the device: The double-wall construction not only ensures an optimized air flow, which has a positive effect on noise, but also prevents surfaces from getting hot and provides additional stability to avoid damage in case of dropping the device.

The power supply cord can be wrapped up using the push pin on the back, which can be pushed in again.
The controls are all in one place to support a single-handed operation. The intensity of the air flow can be adjusted with the thumb and the temperature can be additional adjusted by turning the wheel. The adjustment is ergonomically easy to set and its even possible without looking at the device.

Because a hair dryer should also be used by mentally or physically handicapped people, there is, in addition to the simple user interface, the option of using the device completely hands-free with a wall bracket.

This project was developed as a student project and not on behalf of any company mentioned.


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