Users praise the convenience of the Conair ThermaCell Cordless Curling Iron, which is powered by butane rather than electricity. Consumers say it is ideal for traveling, camping and touch-ups in the office. It is compact and includes a carrying case, making it easy to tote in a purse or gym bag. Of course, the Conair ThermaCell Cordless Curling Iron trades features for convenience. It doesn't have variable heat settings, and some users say that it never gets as hot as standard curling irons. Although it is lightweight and very portable, reviewers point out that you cannot bring the butane cartridges on an airplane, and they can be difficult to find in stores. If you prefer a standard curling iron, the Hot Tools Professional Spring Curling Iron (Est. $35) gets good reviews.
We found user reviews at Amazon.com and Drugstore.com to be most useful in evaluating the Conair ThermaCell Cordless Curling Iron.
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Amazon.com customers give the Conair ThermaCell Cordless Curling Iron an above average rating, saying it is convenient and heats up quickly and that the butane lasts a long time. At least one user, however, complains that it doesn't get quite hot enough.
Review: Conair TC605BC Cordless Curling Iron, Contributors to Amazon.com
More than 50 users post reviews of the Conair ThermaCell Cordless Curling Iron, praising its convenience and quality. However, some owners say it can be hard to find in stores.
Review: ThermaCell by Conair Cordless Compact Curler, TC605-00, Contributors to Drugstore.com