About this item
At a glance
- 1" ceramic plates
- 425 ºF high heat setting
- Quick heat up
- Variable heat settings
- 9' swivel cord
Q: Does this iron have auto shutoff
A: Hello, this item does not have that feature.submitted byAdamC - 4 years ago
A: Hello, this has a 1-hour auto shut-offsubmitted byProduct Expert - 4 years agoBrand expert
Q: Would I be able to use this straightener on the lowest setting of 180 degrees? I've never used a straightener so I don't want to use a high temp.
A: 180 degrees smooth's out my fine, dry shoulder length hair at that setting and even at 240 degrees. If you don't want to go to a higher temp, you don't have to.submitted byAmanda T - 5 months ago
Q: Is this product dual voltage?
A: Yes it is Dual Voltage for Convenient Travel.submitted byAmanda T - 5 months ago
Q: The details say it goes up to 410 but the picture shows 425 which is true?
A: Maximum Heat Output: 425 Degrees Fahrenheitsubmitted byAmanda T - 5 months ago
Q: where is this flat iron made ? are all chi products made in USA or imported ?
A: Made in China........submitted byAmanda T - 4 months ago
Q: Can the device be turned off fully (no flashing light) without unplugging it?
A: It is recommended to unplug when not in use, but yes it has an "on/off" switch.submitted byProduct Expert - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: What is the difference between ceramic and tourmaline flat irons?
A: Ceramic tourmaline irons are better at avoiding hair damage and neutralizing ions that cause frizz and static.submitted byProduct Expert - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: What is the lowest temperature it will go to?
A: 180 Degreessubmitted byProduct Expert - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: what is the difference other than the price between the chi original flat iron for $59.99 and the one for $99,99?
A: The main difference is one has a temperature dial and the other does notsubmitted byProduct Expert - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: I think I may have been sent the wrong item, is it supposed to say 'air' on it anywhere?
A: Hello! CHI is rebranding at the moment. The AIR items will either be just "CHI" or CHI "Original" going forward. The items are the same though.submitted byProduct Expert - 4 years agoBrand expert