Cordless Curling Irons

Mar 17th, 2000, 07:35 PM
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Deborah
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The airlines usually limit the curling iron cylinder to one for the trip. Luckily, one will last well over two weeks. I've had great luck with them. Just pack the curling iron in your checked baggage.

I second the recommendation on buy ing a blow-dryer when you arrive. I tried adapters and converters on my first two trips to Europe, and I burned up two American-made dryers. Then I bought a blow-dryer in Germany for about $10. Best investment! My dryer has gone to Europe 10 times now (I've only gone twice—I loan it out to travelling friends. It is "currently" (pun intended!) in Austria.
 
Mar 18th, 2000, 09:52 AM
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geri
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I've used Braun butane irons for traveling for many years--throughout Europe, Thailand, Vietnam, all with good results. Longest a cartridge has ever lasted was 3 weeks. Just remember to pack it in your checked luggage.
 

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