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Chi 1" Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron (Midnight Matte) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Chi 1" Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron (Midnight Matte) for $45.04. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Ceramic heater with advanced technology and 60 second heat up for faster styling
  • 1″ Ceramic Curved Floating Plates for Better Grip
  • Digital LCD Display
  • Heats up to 425°F (218°C)
  • 9 ft. (2.9 m) professional swivel cord

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Amazon [amazon.com] has CHI 1" Original Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron (midnight matte) on sale for $45.04. Shipping is free

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Target.com [target.com] has CHI 1" Original Digital Ceramic Hairstyling Iron (midnight matte) on sale for $45.04. Shipping is free
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08-18-2022 at 08:48 AM
I have used a CHI for years. I had my last one for ten years before the switch finally broke off and I bought a new one. However, I haven’t tried the digital version.

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Cheap DIY concentrate press
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Is this a good hair straightener?
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Quote from kcooldude :
Is this a good hair straightener?
I have used a CHI for years. I had my last one for ten years before the switch finally broke off and I bought a new one. However, I haven't tried the digital version.
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Quote from kcooldude :
Is this a good hair straightener?
I recall just starting my slickdeal days 15 years ago looking for this ridiculously priced $200 Hair straightener…for it to be priced 1/4 of it now..

Chi brand seemed like the gold standard back then…
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Cheap DIY concentrate press
how's it diy
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Quote from fluffhead513 :
how's it diy
Poster was referring to DIY Cannabis concentrates. I don't know anyone that bothered to make their own concentrates, I was looking at setting up a dispensary so did a deep dive on the industry, most folks just seemed to buy from a dispensary. I think it's a waste to do unless you just wanted to impress some friends as the return wasn't great that I saw compared to other extraction methods, even if you shelled out big bucks for an industrial press.
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