Conair CD107TP Curling Iron, Infinity Pro 1"

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Conair CD107TP Curling Iron, Infinity Pro 1"

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Customer Reviews
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    Works great for the price
    Jun 16, 2014

    I've had this type for a long time and it hasn't broken or failed to heat enough. It does the job! I have medium hair that is thick and semi-wavy so it curls easy. I've also used this curler to do a quick "straighten" with twist at the ends.

    Works great for the price
    by McFee from Denver

    I've had this type for a long time and it hasn't broken or failed to heat enough. It does the job! I have medium hair that is thick and semi-wavy so it curls easy. I've also used this curler to do a quick "straighten" with twist at the ends.

    Put the On/Off button somewhere else!
    Feb 06, 2013

    I love that this curling iron gets hot and stays hot...just as long as your finger doesn't accidently press the on/off button which is inconveniently located on the handle. Every time I use this curling iron I'm curling away only to notice, after the fact, that the iron has been off for several seconds. There is no way around it. Curling your hair has never been more frustrating because as your wrapping the hair around the barrel, it's just a matter of time before your finger presses the on and off button. If Conair made it a on/off switch, instead of a button you press, there wouldn't be a problem ever. That is the only reason I am in a market for a new curling iron. I gave it 3 stars...because when the iron is on, it does create a decent curl.

    Put the On/Off button somewhere else!
    by TheWayISeeIt

    I love that this curling iron gets hot and stays hot...just as long as your finger doesn't accidently press the on/off button which is inconveniently located on the handle. Every time I use this curling iron I'm curling away only to notice, after the fact, that the iron has been off for several seconds. There is no way around it. Curling your hair has never been more frustrating because as your wrapping the hair around the barrel, it's just a matter of time before your finger presses the on and off button. If Conair made it a on/off switch, instead of a button you press, there wouldn't be a problem ever. That is the only reason I am in a market for a new curling iron. I gave it 3 stars...because when the iron is on, it does create a decent curl.