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Does this unit have an automatic cutoff in case it is left on by mistake?

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No, this flat iron does not have a shut off feature. If you're looking for one that does, the InStyler has the shut off feature and it's one of the best I've had (plus it doesn't burn my hair as bad). Hope this helps! :]

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