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Hot Tools Nano Ceramic 1" Digital Flat Iron

Hot Tools Nano Ceramic 1" Digital Flat Iron emits gentle, far-infrared heat that is kinder to hair, seals the cuticle and eliminates frizz, leaving hair soft an...
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  • Orlando, FL
    Hair
    Dark Brown
    Dry Hair
    Curly Hair
    Color Treated Hair
    Relaxed Hair
    Chemically Treated Hair
    1 Star Rating
    Most Horrible Excuse For A Straightener
    This is by far the worst straightener EVER, it snags my hair and it actually gets stuck between the plates and the straightner, I have had this thing actually pull my hair out! WASTE of money! DON't BUY!

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    posted Sep 5, 2012
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  • Houston
    Hair
    Dark Brown
    Thick or Coarse Hair
    2 Star Rating
    It Snagges Your Hair
    I just bought this yesterday i had a chi but now it does not work any more I love the chi but i did not want to pay that much for a flat iron i got the Hot Tools Nano Ceramic 1" Digital Flat Iron and it does not work right feels like its snaggeing my hair and it does not give you a slick look . It s not worth the price so i took it back i got a Hot Tools 1164 1" Professional Flat Iron its cheaper and works amazing this is the one to get!!!!!!!!!!
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    posted Aug 21, 2010
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  • 2 Star Rating
    Taking It Back
    I had the "Hot Tools 1" CeramicTi Tourmaline Flat Iron" for 5 years and it seemed like it wasn't getting as hot as it used to and the coating on the purple plates was cracking. I purchased this iron thinking I was making an upgrade but was sadly mistaken. 1) The plates didn't seem to fit in the housing well. I snagged my hair in between the plates and their housing about 6 times in 10 minutes. 2) The buttons to turn on/off and adjust the temperature settings were right where my hands needed to be to use the iron. There is a lock temp function but I kept overridding it (by gripping too tight?) 3) Worst of all, for me at least, was that you couldn't set the iron down without it falling over. I don't need my dresser catching on fire.
    9 out of 9 shoppers thought this review was helpful.

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    posted Aug 23, 2009
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