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Where can I buy a cheap hair flat iron in Rome?

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I either need a hairdryer that works or a flat iron that works in Italy; figured I might as well go for the flat iron.

I just need something that will be reliable for 5 days...Otherwise I will have to wear a hat for a week, and I hate doing that. I've decided to skip converters/adapters, wondering about whether I'll start a fire, short out the whole hotel, etc. In the past I've spent money on "travel" hairdryers, etc, and STILL had problems... Just gonna bite the bullet and buy one when I get there this time.

So...assuming I'll be arriving at Termini Station on a Tuesday in November...any savvy suggestions out there as to the quickest/closest/cheapest place I can pick up a flat iron? Or, last resort, hair dryer?

Thanks in advance!

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