Curling Iron Mini Pro Travel Dual Voltage TravelSmart by Conair

Curling Iron Mini Pro Travel Dual Voltage TravelSmart by Conair

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Curl your hair anywhere with the MiniPro 1" Curling Iron. Ceramic technology makes the styling gentle on your hair, adding shine while reducing frizz.  Dual voltage curling iron can travel with you anywhere to any country. Just remember to bring the correct adapter plug with you to your destination country so you can plug in  your Conair MiniPro Travel Curling Iron.

Mini Travel Curling Iron TravelSmart by Conair Features:

  • Heats up in 30 seconds
  • Dual Voltage Worldwide
  • Dimensions 1.25" X 5.5"
  • Style # TS63R


Note: An adaptor plug may be needed for use outside North America.

Style your hair with the Conair Travel Dual Voltage Curling Iron with a 1 inch barrel. Wear your hair gorgeous and curly even when you travel with the compact, lightweight, dual voltage curling iron.  TravelSmart by Conair Mini Curling Iron comes with its own handy travel bag to keep you organize when you travel.

About Dual Voltage Appliances:

When traveling with appliances it is important to know whether your appliance is dual voltage. If it is not dual voltage you will need either a converter or a transformer when traveling. This video will show you how to check to make sure your appliance is dual voltage. Typically cell phones, cameras, tablets and laptops are dual voltage and do not need a converter. Usually hair dryers, curling irons, battery chargers, hair straighteners, electronic razors and electronic toothbrushes not dual voltage. These appliances will need either a converter or a transformer. It is important to check the label for each of your appliances that you will be traveling with. The United States runs on about 120 volts electricity while many other countries run on 220 volts electricity or higher. Without a converter or transformer you can burn out your appliance.

Why Ceramic Plates?

Travel MiniPro TravelSmart Hair Curling Iron has ceramic plate technology that heats of quickly and is gentle on hair. While metal plates are much cheaper, metal plates heat up slowly, do not distribute heat well and can damage hair. Ceramic hair straighteners are used by professional stylists and are much less harmful to hair than metal. The ceramic plates will glide smoothly through your hair, making your hair look shiny and soft.