CURLING IRON MODELS (Styling Hair Tong Models - UK)
PLEASE MEASURE YOUR OLD SPRING BEFORE ORDERING!
EVEN THOUGH YOU SEE YOUR CURLING IRON MODEL NUMBER LISTED BELOW PLEASE MEASURE; SOMETIMES MANUFACTURERS
MAKE PRODUCT ADJUSTMENTS AND THE SPRING SIZE MAY HAVE CHANGED FROM AN EARLIER TO A LATER MODEL.
The following springs have been confirmed by our customers to fit the curling irons listed below.
We are constantly updating this curling iron models' list with the help from our customers. The curling iron manufacturers will not cooperate with us on springs or model numbers.
Even if you see your curling iron model shown below please measure your broken spring to get the correct size.
Some curling iron models shown below are listed with several springs that will work.
Match your spring
to the photos of our Replacement Springs.
Springs 1002, 1003, 1006 & 1007 are made of a thicker metal and more stiffer.
Springs 1001, 1004, 1005, 1008 & 1009 are made of a thinner metal and more flexible.
It's a good idea to order more that one spring because they will continue to break due to metal fatigue.
We have simple step by step instructions for replacing your spring.
Measure broken spring like this
The barrel size of the curling iron does not mean the spring size. We have had some confusion with customers ordering the spring based on the size of the barrel. We have a column shown below in blue for the spring model number tested along with the spring size.
Lisa M 3/10/2014 | Don S 2/8/2014 | Ken B 1/21/2014 |
Frances T 9/2/2013 | Debbie F 7/28/2013 | Lynda H 7/7/2013
David C 6/6/2013 | Janet B 5/27/2013 | Jean M 5/15/2013
11/10/2012 | Cathy M 7/13/2012 | Leo N 5/31/2012
Julie L 6/7/2014 | Peter K 5/10/2014 | Karyl G 4/25/2014
David C 7/22/2013 | Robert G 4/5/2013 |
Rhonda S 3/26/2013
Eileen M 1/25/2013 | Ken G 1/25/2013 | Steve M 11/19/2012
7/18/2012 | Randy L 5/11/2012
Stephanie C 12/9/2013 | Chuck W 11/27/2013 | Ann Q 11/11/2013 Andrea P 11/6/2013 | Michele A 9/10/2013 | Steve W 7/29/2013 Chris D 5/6/2013 | Rachel L 2/28/2013 | Gina G 2/20/2013 Donna B 9/25/2012 | Steve S 7/16/2012 | Shaun C 6/5/2012
Dan J 6/11/2014 | Danette T 5/22/2014 | Alyssa C 4/27/2014
Jim W 4/2/2014 | Eric J 3/29/2014 | Luke L 1/28/2014
Jessica Q 1/15/2014 | Thomas V 11/18/2013 | Sue W 9/13/2013
Mary Alice H 8/17/2013 | Steve W 7/29/2013 | Sarah M 5/8/2013
Mike R 3/4/2013 | Shawn H 10/26/2012 | Donna B 9/25/2012
Maria S 9/23/2012
Dawn E 7/9/2014 | Lyle P 3/29/2014 | Dave A 3/3/2014
Eric M 12/30/2013 | Carol B 9/14/2013 | Steve W 7/29/2013 Megan S
5/6/2013 | Chris D 5/6/2013 | Nathan J
Thera W 3/21/2013 | Pamela W 2/7/2013| Bruce L 11/21/2012 Ingrid A 10/24/2012 | Susan B 9/17/2012 | Carla M 8/13/2012 Dan M 7/26/2012 | Carol B 6/22/2012
The curling iron is Babyliss Pro Mod. BTM5125. I ordered a number of springs to try in the unit because she was looking for good clamping pressure.
The 1005 fit the easiest but it was not the pressure she was looking for. I used the 1008 as the final replacement. Installation is pretty basic and easy, little more pressure involved because of the spring length and pressure but easily done.
* Chi Model Number CA1035 - SPRING 1003
Review from Chat K. 7/10/ 2012
I think both the 1" and the 1½" spring can be used in the Chi Model # CA1035. I just preferred the 1½" spring because it gave it more action. I can't attest to the original spring size because that was lost long ago.
^ Helen of Troy Model Number 1005 - SPRING 1002
Review from Melissa W. 8/3/2012
My curling iron is the Helen of Troy Model 1005 (not be confused with the replacement spring model #1005) it's a big barrel (4" circumference) After inspecting it visually and taking measurements without taking it apart, (the spring was broken on 1 side but still usable) I ordered replacement spring model #1002. When I received the spring and took the curling iron apart to replace it I discovered that the original spring was actually a #1006 style, but the small plate had hidden the curved prongs. I decided to try and use the spring I ordered anyway, and it worked fine once I screwed the small cover plate back on to hold the spring in place. While I was installing it the spring was really rigid and I didn't think that it would work once I put it back together, but it was perfect; the tension on the curling iron is perfect and the whole removal and replacement took only 8 minutes with just a Phillips screw driver.
Review from Christi E. 9/5/2012
The springs were in yesterday's mail. I installed spring 1002 last night when I got home. It was a breeze to install spring 1002. I chose that one since it seemed more sturdy/reliable. The spring in my Helen of Troy 1005 model curling iron (purchased in April 2010) looks more like your spring number 1006. I was able to make the 1002 fit, but I think I'll order some 1006 springs to keep as spares.
I should've taken more time up-front to inspect my old spring so I would've noticed the differences between 1002 & 1006. I didn't look that closely at the images on your website to even notice 1006 & 1007 had the bend in the prongs at the bottom--which I needed. I thought they all looked the same except for measurement and the shape of that roller ball thingy. Oops!
^^ Hot Tools Model Number 1110 - SPRING 1007
Review from Ann O. 2/26/2013
I purchased the springs (#1007 1¼" size) for my Hot Tools 1110 curling iron. I am not sure if it is exactly the correct one as it looks a little long but it works great and the iron is running smoothly.
Most of these Hot Tools Model Number 1110 curling irons take a 1" spring. Some customers have purchased the 1¼" size. Please measure your old spring before ordering.
*^^ Paul Mitchell Model Number C15NA - SPRING 1008
Review from Windy S. 6/21/2012
I can confirm that the spring (#1008) I ordered is compatible with the Paul Mitchell Systems model # C15NA. It's about an eighth of an inch longer than the original spring, but it still fits correctly and functions just fine.