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Q:I have color treated hair that is thin yet slightly coarse (and of coarse frizz/damaged). I really like straighten hair...what type of Chi would I need?
A:CHI Turbo would work well for you with its adjustable temperature controls. For thin/fine hair, we recommend starting at the lowest temperature setting and adjusting as needed until you achieve your desired result. Its ionic ceramic plates help to infuse hair with moisture and shine and are less damaging to hair than traditional non-ceramic styling irons.
Q:I have very thick and very frizzy hair. I'm currently using a Hahn flat iron and it's pretty worthless. Is there a specific flat iron that you would recommend that really works? My hair goes frizzy almost as soon as I step outdoors...
A:We'd recommend using this iron on the highest setting, since you have thick, textured hair, for best results. Use in conjunction with CHI Straight Guard (Item #: 2113786), which serves as your thermal protectant and anti-frizz treatment:
Q:Does this product have an automatic shut-off?
A:Yes, this tool does feature automatic shut-off.
Q:Is this product dual voltage? Will it be safe to use outside of the USA?
A:Yes, this tool is dual voltage and can be used outside the U.S. without a voltage converter, though you still may require a plug adapter (not included).
Q:Would you recommend this model of Chi or the regular model? I have used the regular flat iron version, but I'm wondering if this version is better. I have also noticed the reviews for the regular Chi are much worse than this model. My regular Chi died fairly quickly (after a year or so) and I am wary of buying another one.
A:This model, unlike CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron (Item #: 2091315, model GF1001), features digital display with an auto shut-off function, plus temperature control and variable heat settings up to 392 degrees F. This model features 100% ceramic plates, while CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron features ceramic tourmaline plates with ionic technology and reaches a maximum temperature of 392 degrees F (nonadjustable). This model has a 1 year manufacturer's warranty with receipt, while CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron has a 2-year manufacturer's warranty with receipt.
Q:Are the plates 100% ceramic or tomoulin mix.
A:This product features ceramic non-tourmaline plates.
Q:Whats the highest temperature this flat iron reaches?
A:The highest temperature setting is 392 degrees.