Remington S1400 Ceramic Hair Straightener

Remington S1400 Hair Straightener

Remington has been helping the world get ready for over 70 years. Experts in enhanced, they pride themselves on being at the very cutting-edge of technology and work with top salon professionals from all over the world to produce electrical hair styling products that really work, care for your hair and deliver superior results every single time. They understand that you want looking hair and have designed the state-of-the-art hair styling range to help you create the latest styles and must-have hair trends. With professional performance and a salon-finish, Remington is all you need for expert style and outstanding results.

The Remington S1400 Ceramic 210 straightener has Ceramic coated plates delivering sleek and smooth hair with every effortless stroke. And it’s fast-working, reaching a top heat of 210º C in just 30 seconds, helping you to achieve silky, shiny hair without having to wait around.

Ceramic – the hair straightener essential

The premium Ceramic coated plates ensure the heat distributes evenly throughout the straightener, keeping it at the temperature selected with no hot spots. It creates an easy and effortless glide during straightening with no snagging, flattening your hair cuticles for silky, smooth and shiny results. And it ensures long-life plate wear, protecting the plates against styling products and scratching.

Straight in a Stroke

The ergonomic design makes it oh so easy to use. They fit neatly in your hand without feeling uncomfortable and chunky. What’s more, the floating plates cushion your hair whilst straightening leaving it smooth and indent free.

The Ceramic 210 has worldwide voltage, so there’s no need to skimp on your style routine wherever you are in the world. Longer reach and comes with a three year guarantee.

Product features:

  • Ceramic coated plates
  • LED on indictor light
  • Worldwide voltage


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