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Flexibrush Steam CB4N

Remington Flexibrush Steam Styler comes with a ceramic coated barrel, for even heat distribution, and steam vents to allow you to create waves and curls in just minutes. Can be used without the steam function too to style hair.

R 279.00
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Remington Flexibrush Steam Styler

Detailed Description:
Creates waves, curls & body. Ceramic coated barrel for even heat and no hot spots. 60 second heat up. Can be used with or without steam. Includes an extra set of shorter length heat resistant bristles. Easy to fill reservoir tank. Curl release button. On indicator light. Swivel cord. 2 year guarantee +1 extra year when you register online within 28 days. 2 yr +1 guarantee. www.remington-europe.com/register. Model no. CB4N. 120-240V - 50/60 Hz 319g. Remington® is a registered trade mark of Spectrum Brands, Inc., or one of its subsidiaries. The actual product may differ from the picture on the carton. Made in China to the specifications of Spectrum Brands, Inc. ©2015 SBI. www.remington-europe.com.

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Remington®. Flexibrush steam. Styler. Steam function. Ceramic coated barrel.


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Great Product! 5.0
Anonymous reviewer , 21 Oct 2019

I like the speed of warming up and it works well! The fact that the bristles can slide out, makes it very easy to clean. And when I got a strand of my long hair entangled (because I had added it after the rest), this feature helped a lot - I unscrewed the cap, gently slid out the bristles (with my entangled hair) and my hair was loose again. Had it not been for this feature, I might have had to cut my hair loose. The only suggestion I have, is perhaps a hook at its base, so one could hang it somewhere for easy accessibility.