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Is your appliance dual voltage?

  • Author:Cathy
  • Release on :2016-12-23

One of the main reasons for the popularity of dual voltage is that they are great for travel. Whether you are in Germany or in US, you can use a flat iron with dual voltage without getting Short-circuit. While the United States uses 110 volts of electricity, other areas in the world like Germany use 220Voltage– that’s a big difference! It means that if your flatiron isn’t dual-voltage and you’re using it outside of the US, it could either fry your hair, not work properly, or even burn out completely!



Dual-voltage flatirons have been growing in popularity throughout the past few years. One of the main reasons for this is that they are great for travel. While the 
United States uses 110 volts of electricity, other areas in the world like Europe use 240 – that’s a big difference! It means that if your flatiron isn’t dual-voltage and you’re using it outside of the US, it could either fry your hair, not work properly, or even burn out completely!



Dual-voltage irons eliminate the need for voltage converters and transformers. You can figure out whether or not your flatiron is dual-voltage by checking the product itself as well as any instructions booklets and packaging that came with it. On some flatirons, you may need to flip a switch to use it in an area that uses 240 volts.



However, be careful when purchasing a supposedly “dual-voltage” product! Is your appliance dual voltage?