|You Save:||$24.00 (48%)|
John Frieda Sleek Finish 1 Inch Flat Iron
- Advanced ionic conditioning
- Ceramic titanium coated plates and true ceramic heater
- Rounded edges and extra long plates
- Lcd temperature control, heats up to 455 degress fahrenheit in 15 seconds
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
From the Manufacturer
John Frieda JFS1 Flat Finish Straightener
Get a professional quality hair straightener that salon stylists use
You define your look; John Frieda defines your hair. What that means is: You decide on your unique hairstyle then, let this powerful Flat Finish Straightener do the work for you.
Advanced technology gives more styling possibilities
The JFS1's extra-long ceramic coated plates give you better contact with hair and produces straighter and faster results. Each Ceramic Titanium coated plate prevents damaging hot spots while eliminating static and reducing frizz.
The plates are coated with a combination of the best materials for styling. A fusion of titanium and ceramic evenly distributes heat to gently style and protect hair from damaging hot spots. Hair glides easily over the surface of these ultra-smooth plates. As you straighten each strand you'll achieve a salon-perfect finish.
High heat means a lot of control over your hairCombined with the JFS1's 15 second instant heat up, this straightener gives you a professional-quality styler with a true ceramic heater. Reach temperatures up to 455 degrees F (235 degrees C) in 15 seconds and you can style quickly and efficiently. Give yourself professional-quality style in just seconds and at minimal cost compared to a trip to the salon. This straightener has a temperature range that's gentle and safe for any type of hair, from the finest to the curliest most resistant. The 11 heat settings heat up to the exact temperature for your hair type.
Salon-style straightening with great safety features
With ultra-high heat like the JFS1 is capable of, safety is a primary concern. John Frieda has equipped each JFS1 with a protective heat mat. For added safety, the swivel line cord will prevent tangled messes and the auto-shutoff feature turns the straightener off if left on. This prevents any heat damage to you or your possessions.
Top Customer Reviews
However........the design is ridiculous. Did they not have anyone test this product? The controls are right on the front of the top handle. At first I was constantly turning the straighter off and on, then when I adjusted for that I was turning the temperature up and down and didn't even know it. I kept trying and adjusting how to hold it and burned my hand a couple times trying to figure out a way to use it without hitting the controls. I sort of manage now by putting my thumb over the temperature display window, but it is akward and a completely unnecessary hurdle in using a fairly simple thing.
Update: I did take one star away because the more I use this straightener the more I find that the buttons are positioned so that I keep accidentally pushing the off button while I'm doing my hair and then I of course lose heat because the device is off. It might just be me, but I thought I should include it in my review as an f.y.i.
The difficulty was not in the straightening itself. The parts of my hair I was able to straightened turned out great. The problem with this straightener is 100% in the design. The design is terrible! The on/off button and the up/down heat buttons are right where you need to place your hand to hold the straightener. I lost count of the number of times I either turned the heat down accidentally or even turned the whole thing off altogether! I could feel my fingers, hand, thumb (whichever) pushing down on the buttons but there was nothing I could do to stop it. I readjusted my hands in every possible position to find a way to hold the thing without some part of my hand eventually hitting those buttons. I was starting to get cramps in my hand just trying to manipulate the thing. I managed to straighten my hair with my thumb grabbing between the two sets of buttons but it was a very awkward way to hold it, making it very difficult to work on my hair safely and efficiently. And even then I kept bumping into the buttons and accidentally turning down the heat or turning off the unit. When I tried to use the straightener on my daughter I had to give up.Read more ›
All the reviews about the poor product design of this iron are dead-on accurate.
The iron is *great* as far as high heat, weight…it has smooth plates, and it's even aesthetically pleasing to the eye. However, the heat controls and on/off buttons are set vertically along the top, in the very area where your hand lays when holding the iron--
--sadly, making this an epic fail for product design. Its very *frustrating* with the constant and unintentional turning of the iron off, then on, then off again, etc. Same for the heat settings going up and down, up and down, etc, instead of remaining at the temperature it was set…Sigh.
My first fleeting thought-- "Am I being punked?!" But as highly unlikely as that was, the more likely probability is that this iron was designed and/or product tested by a man who never utilized a flat iron before. Unfortunately, it probably never occurred to (him) to test this iron for ACTUAL adequate usability. Sorry John Frieda :(. I do like all your other products, though :)!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The power button and adjustments are positioned so that's it's impossible to to pres them while using the iron. See that blue line down the side where you hold it? Read morePublished 14 days ago by Ak
Junk. Poorly engineered. The two sides are not flush. Leaving a large gap that prevents you from straightening your hair.Published 28 days ago by Court
I purchased this at Bartell and returned it a couple weeks later. It's not a bad straightener but I wasn't impressed. It didn't heart up enough to really smooth my hair.Published 1 month ago by Jessica
Seriously? Whose brainy idea was it to put the on-off switch in a long bar EXACTLY WHERE YOU HOLD IT? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark's Wife
This item was not what I thought! The on/off button is right where u hold the straightener so it keeps getting shut off also the temperature gage is above the on /off buttonPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer