Traveling with an expensive hair tool always makes you thinking if it is still intact inside your suitcase. Here, we have some useful tips on how to protect your expensive Dyson Airwrap on the road and have a nice trip. We hope these FAQs below can help you out!
How to Pack the Dyson Airwrap in Your Luggage?
Before you hit the road, make sure your Airwrap is secure in your luggage. Don’t let the styler stay in a spacious pocket as the styler can be damaged because of bump and shock.
If you think you are going to experience many bumps and humps, putting the Airwrap in a soft pouch is not enough. I would suggest you go for a very protective hard case that is designed for the Dyson Airwrap. A hard travel case is shockproof and water resistant, and it is the most protective way to travel with your Dyson Airwrap. You can easily find one on Amazon. But the drawback is that the case is usually large and hard, it is more space-consuming than a hair tools bag.
If you don’t want a large hard case, you can put the Dyson Airwrap in a small bag and wrap the styler with additional clothing pieces or bubble wraps to make sure its safety. The most important tip is don’t let the styler go around in your luggage.
Can You Take the Dyson Airwrap in Hand Luggage?
Yes, you can take your hair tools on the plane in your carry-on luggage. And you can also put the Dyson Airwrap in your check-in luggage bags also. But I’d like to remind you that you need to be careful with the rules of the checked luggage while traveling, and you are not allowed to transport any hair tools with Lithium-Ion batteries.
Can You Use the Dyson Airwrap Abroad?
Should you take your Dyson Airwrap when traveling internationally? To see if your Dyson Airwrap can be used in another country, you should check out the voltage first.
For example, if you bought the Dyson Airwrap in the U.S, then you are able to use it properly in Japan since both countries’ voltages are in the range of 100-127V. However, the Dyson Airwrap that you purchased in the U.S can not be used in the U.K where the voltage is 220-240V.
Although there are some voltage converters on the market, I highly don’t recommend buying one considering its potential unknown damage to our pricey hair tools. You can see more details about using your machine abroad and their different voltages here.
Another thing is that the plug type may vary. Even some countries have the same voltage, you will still need a plug adapter to get the Dyson Airwrap working.
Find Dyson Service Centers Near You While Traveling
What if my Dyson Airwrap is broken on the way? The first step would be to contact Dyson’s support department and see how they can help.
Want to get someone to troubleshoot your Dyson Airwrap in person? If you are lucky, you can find the nearest Dyson Service center in your place.