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What kind of converter to use for hair dryers/flat irons while in Europe

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Hi there...Trying to find out whether converters will work for hairdryers or flat irons with 120V in Europe. SHould i go ahead and buy hair dryer/flat iron with dual voltage or just use the one i use in the US with a converter? WIll it work and what kind to buy? When shopping for dual voltage hair dryer, do i need to look out for anything? Any suggestion will be of great help! Thanks!!

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