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Metropolis Tourmaline Dual Voltage Travel Flat Iron

The Metropolis Tourmaline Ionic Travel Iron has plates that retract into the handle for maximum portability. Included is a convenient thermal travel pouch mean...
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  • Faith
    How To Plates Retract
    HOW DO THE PLATES RETRACT? DO YOU HAVE TO PULL THEM OUT MANUALLY OR IS THERE A BOTTON YOU PUSH?

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  • Deborah
    Los Angeles, CA
    Do I Need A Voltage Converter?
    The web page says I need a voltage converter (not just a plug adapter) when using this flat iron in Europe. Is this true? Voltage converters are quite heavy for their size but I dont mind packing one if it means my hairs going to look great. Please advise - Im leaving for London in 10 days and dont want to blow up my Metropolis iron because I didnt use a converter.
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    • Ann M F.
      Indianapolis, IN
      Yes A Converter
      I go frequently to UK. I do not have this particular flat iron...but may purchase. When I go I always use a converter! There is a switch on my dual hairdryer & I slide this to the UK 220 dial on the appliance, then plug appliance in the converter, then in the Eng. wall plug. Never ever a problem.

      PS the conveyer kits are available at Bed Bath & Beyond and include a variety of plugs including the 3 prong for Eng. The 3 prong is the only 1 you'll need to pack for England with the heavier converter plug.

      Hope this helps!

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  • Richa
    My Flat Iron Is Showing Error
    I used a converter once with this flat iron and i think something blew up inside.When I plug it in, it gets on but shows EROR on digital screen,and does not heat up at all.I dont know what I should do.Any suggestions????Please i need help.

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  • Not Dual Voltage
    Please note that this is NOT a dual-voltage product, as described. It is a travel iron but the model here is for US voltage (110V) only.

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  • Warranty Catch!
    Dear friends, if u r planning to buy this because of its 10 yrs warranty, please note that the warranty costs $15 if you need to replace it anytime in future. Means u need to enclose $15 for shipping charges for the repair/replacement of the iron each time u return it( of course, u take care of the package and delivery charges!!!) I think u can get a new iron for this 2 way shipping charges that u pay...

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