Does a hairdryer consume a lot of electricity? I'm on a budget right now I just want to make sure my electric bill doesn't go any higher.?
I have fine thin hair and I usually use the lower setting of the dryer. It takes me 10-15 minutes to dry. Or 20 min if it's cold weather.
How much do you think this would affect my bill?
My dryer is a CONAIR 1875
125V AC 60Hz 1875W
- martyLv 78 months agoFavorite Answer
If used like that everyday it will add approximately $9.12 on a monthly bill.
- 8 months ago
1850 watts is more power than most space heaters use. they more or less max out at 1500 watts. Think about that.
- spacemissingLv 78 months ago
Using a hair dryer should not make much difference in your energy bill.
For the most accurate estimate of its cost to use,
get a Kill-A-Watt plug-in meter.
- PearlLv 78 months ago
i would just keep using it and then you'll know when the electric bill comes
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- DzeLv 78 months ago
i dunno they are a high current device but 20 minutes isnt long ... every day use might rise the bill 15 20 bucks guessing ...
- rogerLv 78 months ago
Hair dryer is usually around 1500 watts. Thus you use one Kwh (kilowatt hour) every 40 minutes of use. If you are charged $0.10 per KWh then you use $0.01 every four minutes.