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The latest innovation from Theorie, creators of legendary fine hair tools, presents the breakthrough Saga II TitanSculpt™ Flat Iron that smoothes hair while imparting dazzling shine—for ultra sleek styles in a single pass. Luxurious details like the digital temperature display, heat-resistant textile cord and auto safety shut-off make styling effortless and stylish all at once. This breakthrough styling tool heats up quickly, activating state-of-the-art TitanSculpt™ plates that instantly begin to smooth strands, lock in moisture, and eliminate static and frizz. Hair is polished to a brilliant finish—for chic sleek styles that shimmer with light, life and movement. In Theorie’s dual-phase proprietary process, TitanSculpt™ Flat Iron plates are individually molded from solid titanium for faster heat conduction then over-glazed with fine ceramic for perfectly consistent heat. Hot spots, microscopic pits and friction are eliminated, for plates with the power to create faster, smoother longer-lasting hairstyles. -Digital temperature display -Featuring high-powered technology to extend plate life, sleek smooth hairstyles will last longer, for a true life of style. -Adjustable heat settings for all hair types: ranging from 310°F-450°F (150°C-232°C) -The Saga II TitanSculpt™ Flat Iron quickly reaches perfectly calibrated heat settings up to 450°F (232°C) -9 ft. heat-resistant textile cord -Auto safety shut-off -Professional heat-resistant travel sleeve included -Lifetime Warranty
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Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty
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