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Visiq Aluminium Straightener 3.95 @ Argos

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8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Only at Argos.

Maximum heat up temperature of 140 degrees gives you smooth and silky hair every time.

Leaves hair looking healthy with a shine that will get you noticed.

Quick heat up time of 3 to 4 mins.

Automatic worldwide voltage.
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[helper]#1
Heats up to a max 140 degrees. Would these actually work? Most of the other straighteners heat up to 200 -230 degrees.
#2
Quick heat up of 4 MINS !!!!

Voted cold, they might be cheap, but they will be cr*p. Get ceramic ones that heat to at least 200oC.
banned#3
lynnexxxo
Quick heat up of 4 MINS !!!!

Voted cold, they might be cheap, but they will be cr*p. Get ceramic ones that heat to at least 200oC.


A bit harsh I think.

Wouldn't these be Ok for a younger teenager? They all want to be like their friends and I certainly wouldn't be happy letting them play with something that heated up to 230 degrees.

I wouldn't use them personally but in my opinion it's NOT a cold deal.
#4
Juni2106
A bit harsh I think.

Wouldn't these be Ok for a younger teenager? They all want to be like their friends and I certainly wouldn't be happy letting them play with something that heated up to 230 degrees.

I wouldn't use them personally but in my opinion it's NOT a cold deal.


So would you be happy to let them play with something that is hotter than boiling water? :?
banned#5
mikeybhoy
So would you be happy to let them play with something that is hotter than boiling water? :?


I think it would be hard to stop a 13 year old using straighteners so its the lesser of 2 evils - I was just illustrating the point that this isn't necessarily a cold deal.

but thanks for your concern for my ficticious teenager.
#6
Juni2106
I think it would be hard to stop a 13 year old using straighteners so its the lesser of 2 evils - I was just illustrating the point that this isn't necessarily a cold deal.

but thanks for your concern for my ficticious teenager.


I disagree, these will do much more damage to your ficticious teenagers hair - ceramic straighteners don't damage hair much compared to the old style aluminium ones.

These will not give you the lovely straight hair that ceramic ones do. Even if they were giving them away free at Argos I wouldn't get them.
#7
Voted Hot for the price, but for few extra quids I (mdamz gf) went for a better one that heats up to 230 degrees and it has ceramic plates rather than aluminium (rubbish for the hair) and it's got 360degrees cord making it much more convinient!!! On the down side it take a about 5mins to heat up. So if you can bare with that then here's the link:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4428286/Trail/searchtext%3ESTRAIGHTNER.htm

Price £7.99
#8
Juni2106
A bit harsh I think.

Wouldn't these be Ok for a younger teenager? They all want to be like their friends and I certainly wouldn't be happy letting them play with something that heated up to 230 degrees.

I wouldn't use them personally but in my opinion it's NOT a cold deal.


I am not sure what you mean by something to 'play with'. I don't remember having any toys which got that hot! Surely either low heat or high heat straighteners are equally as dangerous and besides, there's no point buying your daughter straighteners which don't work and these WILL NOT WORK if your hair is anything fuller than the very thinnest whispy hair. Cheap maybe, i wouldn't touch these just for the certainty they will disappoint.

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