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How to tell if appliances are dual voltage or not . . . help!!

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I am planning on taking my hair dryer and flat iron with me to England and Ireland. I understand that I need an adapter, but I am not sure if I need a converter as well.

I have read here that if your appliance is dual voltage you only need an adapter, not a converter. How do you know if an appliance is dual voltage or not? My hair dryer and flat iron are Conair brand.

TIA!!

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