The handheld mini steam iron is very suitable for family and travel use, it is light and portable, and perfect for ironing anywhere. A water tank with a temperature range of -40 to +125 degrees and a 1-touch steam control can heat up in 15 seconds. The cup should be filled with water up to the maximum 1.1 ounce mark. A 7.5-foot power cord and anti-slip handle make this a good choice for reachability. You can choose between 100 and 240 volts for a dual battery power system. Travel essentials include a travel bag and plastic measuring cup. When choosing a Steamfast product, you are investing in superior performance and design that will deliver total satisfaction. They will replace it for 2 years if not. A customer service team is based in Kansas.
👤I researched before buying this mini steam irons. It's all I was hoping for. It's easy to handle and does the job on most things. My intended use is for small projects and patchwork, so that I can sit in one spot to press as I sew. I have a mini iron board and a cut and press board. A thick fusible fleece was problematic. A standard size iron is recommended for fusible fleece. It irons beautifully from vinyl to canvas. The cord is wired in and not removed. No cord falling out is what this means. The cord is 7 feet long. I have not had any issues with leaking, sputtering, or water drops. Follow the instructions for the steam button position. Highly recommended!
👤I bought this iron to use on a sewing retreat. It's nice to have your own iron to avoid waiting in line. I put this next to my sewing machine because of the ironing and cutting mat station. I thought I would only use it for the two twin size quilt tops I was making. The blocks had to be trimmed and pressed. The iron worked well. The water pitcher is cute, but it only holds a small amount of water. I decided to use it on the garments I was sewing after finishing the quilts. I'm glad I did. The iron works well with tailor's tools. I sewed all week with this iron and made four dresses, 7 pairs of men's briefs, 12 pair of ladies' briefs, two stuffed dolls, and a skirt. I used a regular iron for the long sides of the twin quilt borders. I like the long cord. An automatic shut off is a great thing. You can either turn the knob off or turn it on. This is a great product and an excellent resource for sewing retreats and classes.
👤The iron is small but powerful. It is almost ridiculous but it affects my usage. The entire unit gets hot because it is so small and powerful. The handle area is very warm.
👤This little iron has served me well, I have purchased it twice. I like to have a small iron in my sewing room. I don't trust the steam function, because I don't think they'll be able to stop the leak. The irons used were slightly below average for five years. I don't sew every day or every week. It does get very hot and it does not turn off on its own, which is a plus in a sewing room, but it takes a while to cool down even after it has been turned off. The cord gets weakened at the point when the iron is turned, so it's more useful as a swivel cord. I was using it and it started smoking. The cord was throwing off sparks when I looked down. soot was dropped onto my project. I immediately unplugged it. If I had left it plugged in, it could have started sparking after I left the room, and I would have had a real problem. I could have left the room to do something else while it was heating up. I'm posting to encourage people who have this iron to pay attention to the area of the cord that is not being used and to discourage people from leaving it plugged in when not in use.
Cotton/Wool/Poly/Rayon. The best steam distribution of the market is thanks to 400 active holes. Highly precise ironing tip. The transparent water tank window can be adjusted easily. The setting is self clean and anti-scale. The anti-drip feature can be used to avoid stains on fabric. The vertical steaming function is easy. Extra safety can be achieved with the auto-off function.
👤This is my third Rowenta. I don't like ironing but I do like using a Rowenta iron and a sturdy ironing board. I decided to retire the Rowenta that was spitting rusty water and white lime particles and buy the Everlast Anti-calc iron because it was the only one that worked. I use plain old tap water that is directed by Rowenta and not any scented or distilled water. When I first used the Everlast Anti-calc, I let it run out of water, then I pressed the steam and spray buttons to make sure there was nothing left, and then I dumped it out over the sink. It was enough to keep it clean. When I plugged it in a week later, it started spitting white particles out of the soleplate. I put pictures of the particles on a shirt and put them in the anti-calc chamber after one use. I got a new iron because I shouldn't have white flakes on a shirt. I re-read the instructions a bit more closely after that. When you're done using it, you should flip the steam setting between open and closed several times to prevent the valve hole from scaling or backing up. The limestone collector can be cleaned and the anti-calc features can help keep the iron clean. You can clean the limescale collector in the base of the iron very easily if the iron is completely cool, at least an hour after use, just twist the lever a quarter turn and pull down on the chamber and rinse it out. If you live in a place with a lot of hard water, you may need to clean that chamber all the time. The steam feature on the iron can be turned on if you fill it with tap water to the max and then use the Anti-calc function to flush the dirt and scale out the steam chamber. Plug, hold the iron over the sink, and then move the stem lever to the anti-calc position. The water should start coming out of the iron in a few seconds. Plug the iron back in and let it heat up until all the water is evaporated. Let it cool down and then wipe the soleplate down. There is a ironing has been better for me since I read the instructions and figured out how to do the additional steps. If you keep water in the iron between uses, it will perform better. I don't like features on the iron and filling it can be a pain. I use a spray bottle to fill the iron up. I don't spill water that way. The water fill level is hard to see. I don't have a problem with that. I like the shape and size of the iron's soleplate. It glides over laundry. It is similar to the other Rowenta's in that it is lightweight and has steam features. The iron would be better if there was a piece of paper on the outside of the box that said how to get rid of the particles. Features should be used if no one will read about them.
There is a 3-year warranty. Tools that work for you are what Oliso strives to simplify. The steam performance of every project iron is tested, which is why you might find a few drops in the water tank. They have a dedicated service team ready to help and they were designed by their team in California. The mini iron has a stand with rubber soles and a metal holder. It's easy to control iron for quilters. A mini shaped head for tight spots. The package weight is 0.204 kilograms.
👤The frequently bought together scam is something to beware of. I bought this for my wife, and the larger head, that Amazon says are frequently bought together. It was a total waste of money because it wouldn't fit this iron and it wasn't made for it.
👤I liked the size of the iron. It didn't get hot enough to press cotton. It would work for synthetic fabric, but not cotton. I only use cotton when I make quilts and it doesn't work for me.
👤I don't understand why they would send a plastic stand for a hot ironing tool. I was excited to use the iron on my small iron-on projects. The overall design for when it is not in use is flawed. The stand is made of plastic and it is impossible for the cord to sit on it. Extreme heat and plastic don't mix well. When I used it for the second time, I set it down on the stand and tried to grab it again, but the weight of the cord pulled it out of the correct position and melted the stand onto the iron head. It has been ruined and useless to me. I tried to remove the melted plastic, but it was too late. I will look for a better option.
👤This iron is very disappointing. It doesn't turn on anymore than it used to. The return date was a waste of money. I own a crafting business and I will not allow anyone to purchase this product.
👤The iron started smoking after I put it on the stand. The scar on the iron's bar was left by the metal of the stand. The iron ruined my project within 2 seconds even though it was on low heat, and then made crackling sounds that made me rush to pull out the plug. I don't recommend this item.
👤I have had my clove iron for almost a year now and it gets hot just how I need it. I use it for ironing when I work on my designs. It doesn't get enough to melt the heat and bond to the item. I use it when sewing hoods or other curved seams where I need to iron awkward curves or tight places. The metal rod 'neck' is just as hot as the plate, which is a little nerve-wrecking to remember. I've never burned myself. I've gotten mini irons before and always had a problem with them not getting enough, this one is no different.
👤I bought an iron to remove errors after making vinyl decals for shirts. It works well, but has a bit of a learning curve. The setting is low and high. No medium. I usually get the vinyl off when I'm high. Sometimes it seems to stick it more. This is a user error. I don't think the iron is to blame. This little guy gets hot so be careful not to touch the metal wand.
👤This product is dangerous. The barrel is made of metal. No covering, no insulation. You will burn yourself using it. They sell a version with a cage around it, but it is still open on top and you will burn your hands. I returned the iron after three days because it was too hot to use. The scars are still there. Do not buy it. It's impossible to use this without burning yourself.
There is a water tank. The high profiled tip is used for ironing. Difficult areas such as narrow edges, seams and collars are easy to access. The high quality of the soleplate ensures long-lasting performance. The anti-calcium system prevents scale from gathering in the iron and maintains steam performance over time. The grip on the ironing board provides a comfortable ironing experience. Powerful steam boost to perfectly crease out stubbornwrinkles on dry and thick fabrics, with help of the spray if necessary, is what 1750 Watts Powerful steam boost is for. The safety auto-off is on. When the iron is unattended, it will be put on stand-by mode after 8 minutes when left on its heel, and 30 seconds when left resting on its soleplate or side.
👤You can't tell how much water is in the reservoir without holding it up to a light. It does leak water. The steam button has stopped working. It won't return to its original position after you press it down. Rowenta's quality is not what it used to be.
👤I love the iron. It keeps tripping the circuit breaker. If you have a sewing room that is converted into a bedroom, you should have a 15 Amp circuit breaker. The iron draws a lot of power. The only things left are lights, sewing machine and internet access. Before buying this iron, make sure you check the breaker. If you don't have a 20 Amp breaker on your iron circuit, you should buy an iron with a lower power rating. A 1200 watt iron only uses 10 Amps. If you only have a 15 Amp circuit, you can use 5 Amps in your sewing room.
👤I have read the reviews and they have complaints about the iron leaking. I was lucky! The one we received is not leaking a drop. I've been tolerant of leaks in a lot of Rowentas, so this is a nice improvement. It has a quirk: I accidentally press the "Spray" button while ironing, because the button is too long. I think lefties would get "Steam" by the same action. I think that it isn't a deal-breaker and that I will adapt to where I need to.
👤The water tank of my old Rowenta decided to leak after many years of use, but the iron still works very well. I wanted to look for a new one. I thought I should read the reviews first. I did. This was the one that I wanted to pay for. The iron is made in Germany. I pressed the steam vertically and it almost startled me. You should watch your fingers. I think this one is going to last a long time.
👤The #1-water well color is very dark and I don't like it. Old eyes like mine can't see the water level while filling and ironing. The thermostat is too close to the hand grip. When you are using the iron, your hand can hit the thermostat. The steam system and the weight of the iron are things I like. You don't have to press down hard to get a smooth result because the weight is just right. The steam system is better than any iron I have owned.
👤Excellent iron. It's not a lot of pressure to get the job done because it has some weight to it. My wife is a seamstress and is very pleased with the iron so far. We will see how it holds up over time.
👤I put water in the location just before Silk. Warmed up the thing for 10 minutes and no problem ironing the spandex t-shirt. Take 20 seconds on some of these cottons. I do iron silks, lycra, woolens. Hope the bottom doesn't get hot in the long run. Nice design. Why can't the USA do this? Thanks.
The ironing board has a cord on it. It's great for curtains and tablecloths. The double-point design is unique. The steam can be either vertical or horizontal. There is a water tank.
👤This review is about using the iron for quilting. My old Sunbeam has a hole in the handle plastic where the power button is and it keeps stepping the heat down while I'm ironing. I bought this model of Panasonic because I wanted to try a corded model. I used it for hours over the last two days to join a queen size quilt. One lot of time is given to consider the pluses and minuses of a new iron. I gave this 4 stars based on the type of iron it is and what I expected from it. The simple star rating doesn't capture some key issues if this will be your only iron. The minuses first. There are only two so far. It didn't stay hot as I worked my way across the board because of the nature of the power source. The heat is maintained over a short period of time. That is what happens when you iron and rearrange a garment, but it doesn't happen when you press long quilt row seams open and re-pressing the block seams as you get a nice, flat quilt top. The iron was not hot when I got across the quilt. The indicator light on this iron is inactive when it's off the dock. I would expect a blinking light to say "time to re-dock." I was able to test the heat by hitting steam burst. I dock when my bursts diminish, but that feels very out of place compared to a visual indicator. I don't like having to stop and dock at times. I don't like waiting for a refill. If you keep the iron in use for long periods of time, this is not a problem. I can accept the need to dock as a tradeoff for the ease of manipulating a iron. It is wonderful. I chose this model for its plate. It's a great feature. When the flat rear end of a plate pushes on a seam nearby, I had fewer crunched seams. Smaller body size helped avoid that. It's easier to see where you're ironing. I took a few photos with my old iron to see the differences. I don't have specifications, but they feel like they are the same weight. I always get ceramic. It's a huge factor if you glue like I do, or use any other product that has a backing. When I open the seams, I don't bother to remove my glue. I put a ceramic plate over the glue to iron it. I'm going to keep this iron, but I just ordered another corded iron at less than half the price. I have an ironing board on one side of the room where I iron clothes, yardage, and big quilted pieces, and a wool mat next to my machine for pressing while I'm sewing. The lack of cord and smaller size will be helpful, as this one will live next to my sewing machine, where the docking won't be a problem.
The heat-resistant carrying case snaps onto the iron and power base after being used for instant portable storage. The iron has a micro steam-steel soleplate. A burst-of-steam button. A dual-voltage switch; vertical-steam option. The handle folds flat for storage. The measures are 8 by 3 by 8 inches.
👤Working just right. Many of the bad reviews are due to a lack of information about the product's function. If the handle leaks, you are going to love it, just read the tiny manual that comes with the iron. Every time you try to fold the handle, remember that it has a button on the bottom labeled "PUSH" which allows the folding action. It's going to break if it isn't changed. Enjoy your mini iron.
👤My wife does a lot of paper work, but I'm not sure what the difference is. She mentioned that she wanted to use a travel iron at her work table. Being a bit of an iron snob myself, I was happy to see that Rowena made one. After reading a lot of negative reviews about the iron, I decided to stop reading. I told my wife that this iron may not be used frequently. She uses the travel iron for a lot of her projects. It's almost daily. I'm happy to admit that I was wrong. It has been a great iron for what she needed. She likes this thing. I should just buy another one and keep it away from the public. She is very happy with it.
👤The Rowenta DA1560 Travel-Ready Compact Iron Steam is everything it says it is. The compact iron features a press-to-lift handle for convenience, a high sitting position, and steam, all of which are features of a full size iron. The only thing missing from the iron is an "on/off" switch, which may be used to prevent travel accidents, and the plastic pop-up handle, which may be the weakest point. It's worth the money.
👤I bought the Rowenta travel Iron after reading reviews. The iron head is solid for the small size, the plastic handle seems cheap, and it looks like an after thought to the otherwise robust design. Rowenta has always been the brand to beat, in my personal experience, I say "has been" in the past tense. The quality of their irons has been hit or miss. The iron is not an exception. Rowenta's iron factory was shown on a tv show and most of it is done by robots. The heat sealant is put into the plate grooves so water stays inside the iron and steam comes out. This is the problem I have had with my Rowenta irons. The iron was prepared the same way as the instructions explained. I had to use a small measuring cup because this did not have a water cup. There was a small puddle of water underneath the iron after I turned it on to heat up to cotton setting. I tried pumping the thumb button 3 times, but it didn't work. Water trickled out of the face plate when I shut the iron off. Rolling eyes and shaking of head here. Definitely not a good one.
👤The iron works well. It is a very handy size. It has a small case and packs up compactly. This is the second one I've had and neither one lasts more than a few years. It stops heating up at a certain point. I follow all the instructions, including emptying out the water at the end of a day of sewing. Even though irons never last that long, I expect them to last longer than 2 years, so I won't be getting a 3rd.
We offer the best quality products designed to make your life easier. If you need help, please feel free to contact them, their professional customer support is always here for you. Dynamic steam technology. When compared to Shark GI405 and T-Fal FV4476, the Allure iron produces over 30% more steam to cut throughwrinkles and create long- lasting, crisp results on clothes, linens, and more. The iron should be kept at peak performance with the Auto Clean system. Independent steam and temperature controls give you the ability to change each setting for the best results across all fabrics. For added peace of mind, the iron shuts off when left unattended for 30 seconds on its side or soleplate.
👤I want to use this iron. I actually like it. It seems to be of good quality. I placed an order for a new unit that was not used. The one I ordered looked like it had been wiped with a wet rag, and it still had a lot of water droplets in the tank. I immediately sent for a new one that had the same issues and a scratch mark. I'm sure the irons work well, but for me it's about principle. You can't sell items as new without telling the buyer. I didn't place an order for a used iron. I've never seen new iron's being delivered with water in the tank, and they don't last long, so this isn't the first time I've bought a new iron. Are these refurbished? Is this a Black + Decker thing? Is anyone else having this experience? The iron seems to be constructed well, but I will be sending it back. Will adjust rating after Black + Decker resolves the issue.
👤I've had three expensive Rowenta irons and each one leaked and had to be trashed. Enough! I read the reviews and decided to try it. It's light... It's shocking how many irons leak. If we can put a man on the moon, you'd think. This iron kind of rocks is for $28. In my first test run on a few shirts and a table cloth, it did a great job, the sole plate is as smooth as Rowenta's. I think it knocked out the wrinkles on the table cloth, which was worse than the Rowenta. I dare! The water tank is too dark to see the water level easily, and "blue" is more gray than blue, according to some other reviews. I'm happy with the purchase so far. I'm not a fan of irons and will update this when I have a chance to break it. If they're going to leak, wouldn't you rather replace a $28 iron every year than a $100 one? Four stars instead of one for the water tank. I'm hoping it will perform well over the next few months and get me to raise it to five stars. There is an update. The iron is still strong nine months later. I iron at least two or three times a week. It's as effective as my previous expensive irons. I increased it to five stars.
👤I have been using Rowenta irons for a long time. I've had four of them. The Rowentas have a poorly designed water tank. The thing was standing on the board on the heel and every one of them developed a leak. The tanks split. I fixed them several times because I'm an engineer and I found replacement tanks. I paid the same amount for a tank as I did for this iron. I tried the iron. The price of Rowenta was three times that of Black and Decker. The features of this iron are very competitive with my Rowenta Pro, for example, the sole plate size is the same, the iron has a nice heft, and the water capacity is good. The Rowenta had 1700 watt power. 1600 watt is what this one is. I just finished my first Shirt Ironing Marathon and the B&D did a great job. Good steam even on the low setting. The Rowenta has a lot of steam holes, but this did a great job on my shirts. We will have to see how this one goes. My last Rowenta is 5 years old and I use it twice a month for 12 or 15 shirts at a time. One person. The B&D iron is still strong. There were no leaks. Works well. Uh, Buh. I would suggest running through the cleaning blast occasionally. I have some water. I use a device to help with that. Over the last 4 years, I have found that it spit white minerals. It's time to get an old towel, crank the iron to high, and press the button to blast more water to the sole plate once you see that. The towel was blasted away with the steam. The gunk will be released by this. I was amazed at how much gunk came out the last time, and more so that it didn't end up on my shirts. Black and Decker has a great product and a great price.
The safety auto-off is on. When the iron is unattended, it will be put on stand-by mode after 8 minutes when left on its heel, and 30 seconds when left resting on its soleplate or side. The Dritz mighty travel iron steam iron is an innovative steam iron and is great for home craft dorm and travel use. The heat is 140-428 degree F. A non-stick sole plate is included. The measuring cup and instructions are included. It's ideal for home craft dorm and travel Non-stick sole plate.
👤I am surprised at how hot this little iron can get. I'm very pleased with the product.
👤It's perfect for packing and traveling with your quilting supplies. You have to refill water more often.
👤This mini iron is wonderful. I use a regular sized iron for yardage, but needed something smaller for pressing seams on the wool mat I keep beside my sewing machine. The product is perfect. It gets very hot, so be sure to hold it correctly to avoid burns. I haven't used the steam feature yet. The mini iron presses very hard. I would recommend it to everyone.
👤I bought this for my daughter in law because she is a big fan of quilting. The iron is powerful. The iron is a little weighted and makes pressing her material much easier. She likes this product.
👤The images on the table cover were bright and vibrant. The results weighed on me. I was pleased with the results. I will continue to use this paper in future projects.
👤It's a handy iron. I used the iron to keep the square pressed and ready for the next piece of fabric, it was so handy.
👤I use this gem when sewing andquilting.
👤It works well and costs the right amount.
👤It was purchased when you are doing quilt work. I use a wool mat. It's easy to use and it fits in your hand. Definitely recommend.
Chi Flat IRON Technology was used. The Chi g2 Flat IRON is the Flagship Chi hair styling tool. Powerful steam for ironing. This IRON has over 300 steam holes and it makes the process of steaming out Wrinkles Smooth and Fast. The guide for fabric. The temperature is set by the IRON and you can choose your fabric type. Control is precise. A unique steam lever can be used to go from no steam to full power in just a few seconds. The handle has a textured grip that gives you complete control. Premium materials have a modern style. The titanium-infused ceramic soleplate is scratch- resistant. This IRON is a polished look thanks to the chrome accents and design.
👤The CHI Professional Iron Steam is a solid performer with many features usually only found on more expensive irons. My other iron is a Rowenta DW5080, which is $30 more expensive than the CHI, but it is similar in looks and features. 1700 watt are the numbers. The handle has a large temperature control dial. Both have spray buttons on top of the iron. Both have 10oz. of water. Both have steam holes. Both have tips that allow you to iron around buttons, pleats, pockets and other challenging areas. Both iron rests have a grip on your ironing board pad. The auto-off features are the same, but there are differences in the auto-off time. The soleplate is the biggest difference between the two irons. The CHI has a ceramic soleplate and the Rowenta has a steel soleplate. I wanted to try this iron because of the soleplate. I iron a lot of cotton and linen shirts. Cleaning off the soleplate is a chore and sometimes a major one. I have heard that ceramic soleplates are easier to clean. The iron is not what I would call a lightweight iron. Depending on how much arm strength you have, weight is important. Heavy cottons, linen and denim can be ironing with irons because they are heavier and you don't have to apply as much pressure. If you iron lighter weight clothing and fabrics, the extra weight isn't necessary and can be tiring. I iron a lot of natural fabrics that are prone to wrinkling but this iron handled them well. I had to use more pressure than I did with my Rowenta. The steam it produces is needed to iron out the wrinkling in cotton and linen, even though it got hot enough for denim. The surface of the soleplate is similar to a non-stick pan. It's so much easier to clean than a mirror polished stainless steel soleplate, because it glides over fabric more smoothly. Set the temp to the highest linen setting for 2 minutes and then iron over a damp, 100% cotton cloth like a dishcloth. I tested it with a heavy spray of spray starch and it came off without any need for an iron cleaner. This is a big plus for me as I have to make my husband's shirts. The ceramic soleplates are more fragile than the wooden ones. Ironing over metal items can damage the ceramic coating, so you need to take care. Don't scrub it with a metal pad or a cleanser. The steam holes in the soleplate produce steam even while ironing. It is as easy to fill the water reservoir as any other iron. Put 10 ounces of water into the container. I measured. I suggest using a small measuring cup. If you add too much water, you will get drips because the red water reservoir is hard to see. Even though the red is stylish, I hope CHI will consider a clear reservoir in the future. If you have very hard water, CHI says to use distilled water. You can use the tap water all the time. You can set the amount of steam with a lever above the temperature dial. There is a self-cleaning button to keep the steam holes free of mineral build-up. There is an anti-drip feature that prevents drips when dry ironing silk that will easily water spot. The 10 ft. cord is something I love. It's 2 feet longer than my Rowenta and it makes a difference. The auto-off feature is nice. The iron shuts off in 30 seconds if it's left face down or tipped. If you sit up, it shuts off in 30 minutes. It isn't turning off all the time, so it's great for people who sew or quilt, as they don't have to wait for it to heat up again. A good iron is important to me because I sew a lot. If you iron clothing a lot and use spray starch, this is a great iron because of the ease with which you can clean the soleplate. It also offers superior performance without the weight of many premium irons for people with minimal arm strength. If you iron heavy,wrinkle-prone fabrics on a regular basis, a heavier,stainless steel soleplate makes ironing easier and it goes faster because of the weight of the iron. Since I iron clothing and all sorts of fabric on a regular basis, I'm happy to have both irons. Different irons for different ironing needs is a question that should be asked. The CHI iron makes ironing my husband's shirts much easier. There was an update on 4/12/2018. I also have the Manual Controls with Retractable Cord version of this iron. It is the same iron as the base model, but with a few extra goodies. It has a retractable cord. I don't have to worry about cats or kids messing with the iron cord because it's safer for me to let it cool down. The retractable version has a shorter cord than the standard corded version. Both irons have the same controls. The retractable cord version of the soleplate has more steam holes than the titanium ceramic version, but it is a bit longer. The steam feature is good for people who use it a lot. The coiled cord inside is a little heavier than the retractable cord iron because it is taller. The retractable cord version is a bit easier to fill than the port where you add water. The same iron with a retractable cord and a steam hole soleplate is all that is different. If you're trying to decide between the two models, you have to decide if you want the retractable cord or the larger number of steam holes.
The Dritz mighty travel iron steam iron is an innovative steam iron and is great for home craft dorm and travel use. The heat is 140-428 degree F. A non-stick sole plate is included. The measuring cup and instructions are included. It's ideal for home craft dorm and travel Non-stick sole plate. It's easy to iron your clothes, sewing, and crafts with the Iron with Cordless Freedom, it's perfect for large areas as well as precision work. The non-stick soleplate is nickel-coated and glides over clothes and handmade pieces. The iron moves in any direction, to quickly cover even large surface areas, and the soleplate makes detail work a snap. Powerful Vertical Steamer, without drips or build-up, allows for even, powerful steaming to rid curtains or hanging garments of Wrinkle, without drips; anti-calc system protects your fabrics from stains. The Go-Anywhere Case is portable and safe, and it has a power base which snaps into the carrying case.
👤The last one I had was larger and more difficult to store. It seems to work so far. I can get over 15 good shots of steam when I visit the cradle frequently. Also like the retractable cord.
👤The iron is the best. I've had many irons that cost more but this is 888-270-6611 It takes under 60 seconds to heat up. No cords that make your job harder. The retractable cord is a plus. It's very light weight. The iron maintains the temperature after it is picked up. This product is very good.
👤I love this iron. It is lightweight, does not shut off until 30 minutes, it is great for us quilters. No cord attached means that you don't have to keep rearranging your pieces on the ironing board all the time. The iron can be used with either your left or right hand. The cord is retractable. Return the iron to its base to get the heat back. My favorite is the color-teal. The case goes over the iron and clicks onto the base. This iron does a great job and I think it's great for quilters. One can hold the iron vertically and give a steam shot to wrinkled clothes or fabric. It is amazing. The iron was received in 2 days. Fast shipping!
👤I love this iron. It's lightweight and portable. I can setup my ironing mat anywhere, because I set up the base closer to the plug. I don't mind plugging it back into the base, I stay close enough where I can pop it back on, sew some more and go back and press. The iron is perfect for piece work. The water lasts a while, and I like the steam burst button for finishing pressing. I gave it 4 stars because it didn't seem to be hot enough to get those stubborn creases out, I wouldn't use it on heavy creases. I use a big iron for that. Everything else is great for this iron.
👤This iron makes ironing my quilt in my small space easy. My hand is free to move the iron into nooks and crannies without being interfered with. This is a joy! It was worth every penny. The handy carry case is great.
👤I make clothes for dolls. The iron has all the features I was looking for. The shape allows me to get into those tiny corners when I'm making doll clothes, the cord is not in the way, and I just pop the top on and go. No worries about burning anything while waiting for the temperature to cool down. I love the color.
👤I wouldn't buy it again. It is lightweight, but it doesn't press as well as I would like, because it doesn't get really hot. When I ordered the one with two tips, I didn't think about setting it down in the holder. When you take the unit off the base, the indicator light goes out, so you don't know the temp. It works well for pressing, but I wish I had gotten a more powerful iron to start with. I have to exert a lot of pressure on it to make a difference, because I use it for pressing fabric and seams.
There are 1000 watt of power and dual watt of power. The power of a full-sized iron in a lightweight design. The steam burst of the Oliso Project iron can be used to remove the toughestwrinkle or press in the strongest seams. The 8 foot, 180 pivot cord allows for both right and left-handed use while keeping the cord out of your way. It's a practical high-temperature Silicone stand, which lets you leave your iron in the face-down position, efficient, always ready to go, saves fabrics or ironing board cover from scorching, doubles as easy, safe storage with built-in hanging hook, cord wraps around for storage Diamond ceramic glides over delicate fabrics, infused with natural minerals for that diamond sparkle, and easy clean-up, even when working with fusibles. The detailer tip can easily press cuffs, collar, pockets, pleats, and other items between layers of fabric. The FABRIC SELECTOR distributes heat evenly across the large flat soleplate for pressing whether dry or steam ironing. There is a 3-year warranty. Tools that work for you are what Oliso strives to simplify. The steam performance of every project iron is tested, which is why you might find a few drops in the water tank. They have a dedicated service team ready to help and they were designed by their team in California.
👤I like the size. I received the yellow iron, but I ordered the pink iron. If you ignore the customer, don't offer color choices. I double checked my order and it was pink not yellow. I received a notice that there were incorrect codes given to the irons. I received a replacement for the correct color. I was told to keep the yellow iron. This is proof that the company strives for customer satisfaction.
👤I like this iron. The steam buttons are a bit cumbersome and I gave it four stars instead of five. I read all the one star reviews before purchasing, watched the video in the listing, and gave it a chance because I knew people don't read user manual. I expected the user manual to state that you shouldn't use the iron upright because of the reviews with leaking water. The user manual states that if you are going to leave it on for a long period of time, you should turn it off. You need it to be very fast. The manual says to always press the steam buttons when they are lit if you need steam. If you read the manual, you will get tips for low steam and not heating the iron. Please read the manual and you will be fine.
👤The first time I used it, the handle heated up to 166 degrees. I could not hold it. The soleplate held the heat for over 20 minutes after being unplugged. The same thing happened when you tried 2 more times. It had to be returned.
👤The handle of this little guy gets very warm very quickly, even though I love the size andFunctionality of this little guy. This is not comfortable. I believe that the previous reviews document the same, so maybe Oliso should address this concern for the consumers.
👤I have had two that were faulty. There is pink. The first one kept shutting off while ironing, the second one leaked water from where you poured it. I did not overfill. I didn't understand that it doesn't steam unless you press the buttons. I thought the buttons were for steam. This isn't ideal for my hands. The settings on the dial are not practical for use. I had no problem sitting it on its end because the cord on mine moved out of the way. Maybe that's why they give you the sole plate, so you won't notice it leaks. There are water spots on my fabric. If you are going to use a dry iron, it's probably ok. There are probably less expensive ones that work just as well. I'm still looking for the perfect mini iron for doll making.
👤The iron gets very hot even on a two dot setting. I don't use steam, so I can't rate it. Is very comfortable in the hand. There is a nice pointed tip for getting into small spaces. When a friend dropped it, my large Oliso bit the dust, but it was performing well. If you are a serious quilter, you will love this iron. It's nice that you can leave the iron on and just park it on the Silicon pad. I only gave it four stars because it gave off a hot plastic smell when set on the highest setting, which made me reluctant to use it. I will revisit that when I am more brave.
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