ATTENTION. Before purchasing, please check the size chart and choose the right one. Pay attention to the length of the sole. The steam distribution is perfect for sewers, quilters and crafter. Easy Thermostat Control. The ideal steam output and temperature can be selected based on fabric type. The placement, alignment and size of their steam holes give you the maximum amount of steam required while maintaining even heat distribution throughout the soleplate. With their Rapid Even Heat Technology and 1700-Watts of Power, you can cut your ironing time in half. The PurSteam steam iron provides ideal temperatures for cotton, wool, silk, linen, nylon and more. Their automatic 3-way shut off system keeps you safe at all times. The Anti-Drip feature will help you avoid the problem of water dripping out of the soleplate at low temperatures or when the iron is not in use. Mineral build up is prevented by anti-CALC. Live customer support - water drops in the tank? Do not fear! This means that your PurSteam steam iron was thoroughly tested before it arrived at your home. The best quality is ensured by their rigorous testing process. Every iron is filled with water and tested to make sure it works. Their support will make sure you're satisfied.
👤My Rowenta puffed its last burst of steam after six years. I wanted to replace it with a less expensive iron. The PurSteam iron reminds me of the GE model that I grew up with. The PurSteam with B&D is the best steam iron I've used. I was surprised that the PurSteam has a nice, comfortable heft despite its size. I used less steam to iron on the trial run than I did on the Rowenta. The settings and steam/dry controls are easy to use. The vertical steam feature was a selling point. If you need an excellent iron, go with this one.
👤I am impressed with this iron. It is not heavy to use for long periods of time. The soleplate glides along the fabric. I was concerned that the temperature selector was located below the handle. The iron that was replaced had a temperature selector below the handle. My fingers hit the temperature switch when I picked up that iron. After using the Pur Stream iron several times, I am happy that I have not hit the temperature. I usually don't read user manuals much. TheAdvice for Good Ironing section of Pur Stream's manual is worth reading and I was happy to read it. It showed how to iron different fabrics. The iron is very cheap. I spent more money on a brand name iron that did not perform as well as this one. Highly recommended.
👤I received this iron as a promotional offer, and although I wasn't looking for new irons, I figured we could use a new one since the one we have is 10 years old and is somewhat unpredictable. There are many things I like about this iron. The display screen is a nice feature, and I like the variety of options. The iron is pretty fancy and has a light up display screen, but it is not complicated or high tech. If I don't have an ironing board, I can use the steam button. I just want to get some work done. I have never seen a self clean button before. I could have used that when we lived in a house that had well-water, as hard water can really take a toll on your appliances. The auto-shut off feature is a must. If you are one of those people who don't trust the auto shut off and prefer to always unplugged your appliances, the warning beep is a good reminder. If you are still planning to come back to it, it is helpful if you don't want it to shut off yet. The user manual is easy to read and straightforward, so I appreciate it. It is written in English, not 10 other languages that have smallserif and 25pages long. I haven't used this iron to notice any flaws yet. I will update my review if there is something new. I am confident that this iron will last a long time.
👤Not new at all. The box had some water spots inside and a lot of scratches on the outside. The water filling cup was damaged. I just wanted to see if I could get lucky. You guys were unlucky. Not impressed!
Cotton/Wool/Poly/Rayon. The best steam distribution on the market is achieved with a steam output of 220 g/min spread over 430 steam holes. All-in-one APPLIANCE. The vertical steam setting allows for a variety of uses. The built-in anti-calc system prevents mineral deposits from getting into the pours and staining your garments, so you don't have to use mineral deposit straws. Hard to reach areas like buttons and collar are easy to reach, and have a high-precision spray tip to tackle stubborn wrinkling. The auto-off feature ensures peace of mind, it shuts off after 8 min when upright on the heel and 30 seconds when turned on soleplate or side. A transparent water tank window and large refill opening make it easier to refill a large water tank.
👤I wanted to love this thing, but it won't let me. I now understand why it barely steams. The irons are on the cotton setting. The one on the left is around 400F. The shiny new Rowenta on the right is sad. Thank you Amazon for easy returns.
👤I love this iron. I sew about 6 to 8 hours a day. The iron is being used. In the past year, I have purchased 5 irons. They either leaked or spit on my clothes. The iron is the best so far.
👤Couldn't find the pilot light in the room. I am not suppose to use it until it is fully pre-warmed. The highest temp reading I could get off of was 138, which is why steam only works on the highest setting. Not acceptable. I would have been better off buying a Sunbeam at Walmart. When customer service gets back to me, the website will update. The box was thrown away by my husband. I hope I can return it, or I just bought a monsterously expensive paperweight and my only reward will be to let as many people on as many forums as possible know what Rowenta is selling these days.
👤I've used Rowenta irons for thirty years. I thought the iron would be the best ever. I have tried it twice after reading all the instructions. The iron doesn't hold the temperature. The thermostat pilot light keeps cutting off while the ironing board is being used. The iron discharges water onto the item when the light is on. I stopped, waited for the light to go off, and tried to iron again, only to have the light come back on. It takes forever to iron one item. When I start ironing, it doesn't always steam. The steam needs to be started by shaking the iron. I am a senior citizen and have experience with ironing. The iron is being returned.
👤The old Rowenta that was leaking was replaced by the Rowenta Pro Master X-cel. This is the second Rowenta brand iron I am returning this week. I decided to spend more to get better quality because the other iron was different. The temperature control light never came on with this iron. After plugging in the dial and removing the sticker from the base plate, I could hear a clicking sound, but no light came on. There was smoke coming out of the iron's tip. It was not hot. The smoke was noxious. It smelt like burning electrical elements. I didn't want to take a chance since the indicator light didn't come on and someone else posted that a Rowenta iron caught fire. It's going back. Amazon didn't package this iron well. The iron was placed in a shipping bag without padding.
👤I wanted to use this iron. The reviews were positive, the number of steam holes was impressive, and the brand has a reputation for reliability. The instructions are not very useful. Before plugging the iron, I read through what was there. The iron has reached the correct temperature and the indicator light has turned off, so be sure to follow the instructions to avoid drips and leaks. Is it an indicator light? I did not see a light. The light is supposed to be shown in a diagram. I turned off the overhead light after searching for a while. You can't see the light at the base of the handle when the iron is on. I need to tip the iron to see if the light is off, but I am not supposed to do that until the light turns off. Check. It is a minor annoyance. There is a photo of iron with no apparent light. You cant see it until iron is tipped a few inches. The iron is hard to see because the dial is in the depression. See the photos. The dial is easy to turn. I mostly work with cotton, so it's easy to forget it. Nope. While ironing, my fingers accidentally brush the dial, changing the setting. A temperature selection that is easy to accidentally change? I can do this. A quality tool. Carry on. The iron is hot. There are steam holes that make ironing freshly laundered new fabric a bit more difficult. It works well for pressing seams. I use my fingers a lot to hold things down. There is so much steam that fingers can burn. Do you mean to turn down the steam? Ha. There are several settings on the steam. You only get off and full blast in reality. Sometimes I get lucky and find a middle ground, but for most of the time, I have to make steam at a particular setting. The big detail tip should work well with detail ironing. The tip catches on the edge of the fabric and presses in the wrinkled fabric. I think this is just a learning curve and I find it happening less and less. The spray stream works well, but the shape of the handle makes it hard to control it when ironing, so I accidentally press the spray button. Often. The spray button is so easy to use that you have to be careful not to set it off. There are drips and leaks. Twice now the iron just up and decided to empty the reservoir. I filled the iron, plugged it in, and looked over to see a puddle forming. Twice. The occasional dribble is a feature of the anti-drip system. I don't know the auto sleep feature. To reset it, you have to turn the iron up on the end. The heat up time is slower than my old iron. Having the iron go to sleep so quickly means a short wait for the iron to come back on. I have many small appliances and almost all irons, so I have a plug and on/off switch. An 1800 watt appliance should have an on/off switch. The iron is listed on the market. I was surprised at the two-prong plug. Why don't you have an on/off switch? When I take short breaks, I turn my iron off. The outlet is inconvenient to get to so I would rather have the iron turned off for a few moments and not have to plug it in. I really wanted to like this iron. Most of the issues I have are related to ergonomics. I was surprised at the placement of the tool. The lack of instructions is odd. I believe in investing in quality tools. I might expect too much. I got a pony that will be bulk ironing new fabric instead of the workhorse I thought I was buying. I will use my 30 year old iron for everything else.
Quality is checked on every Singer Iron. Testing the steam function with water. It is normal to have a few drops of water in the tank. The ironing board has no cords on it. It's great for curtains and tablecloths. Non-stick, lightweight and smooth. It's easy to fill without taking the whole iron to the sink. The reel is on the base.
👤The iron is perfect for sewing. It's lightweight and gets to temperature quickly.
👤It's perfect for ironing something. This is not a piece of furniture.
👤The iron works great, but the base was broken in shipping, and for what it cost, they replaced it the next day, and it works great. I was afraid that it wouldn't stay hot, but you have to rest it in the base, and it will heat up again, and I love the removal water tank. I'm happy with my purchase.
👤I wanted a iron that wouldn't get tangled in the fabric, so I bought this iron. The iron was perfect for the bill. I wish it wouldn't turn off so quickly.
👤Wow. I'm happy I'm not connected to the wall anymore. This iron is very hot. It doesn't slow me down. The double ended point is a great idea. When I first used it, I had to think about putting it on the charging port, but it came quickly. I like the carry case and retractable cord.
👤Is light and irons well.
👤I like that it can be used to iron. I think it will be great for ironing, but it is impractical when I have to iron 5 shirts and 5 pants.
👤The iron was wired. It didn't heat well and didn't maintain heat for more than 5 minutes. I tried it out for a few days in my studio and could not get it up to cotton temperature. This is a great idea, but the technology may not be there for wireless irons. It did not allow me to go wireless.
👤The product appeared to be great during the first few months of use, however it soon started leaking due to a failed seam in the plastic tank on the portable portion of the Iron. Panasonic has a 1 year Parts/Labor Warranty, but you have to ship it to a repair depot in ON. At your own expense. A 12x12x12 box that weighs 9 lbs is $37 for a Prairie resident. The warranty service costs 40% of the full price, Amazon won't support it, and they expect you to be without the item for six weeks. When it's full price, avoid this item and purchase it knowing that the tank will fail. The tank design is not sanitary. It's time to remove the CA glue and pray the seam bonds again.
👤Fast delivery. I love this iron. I killed my last iron by tripping on the cord and MzE The iron is high end. I would have thought a corded iron would last less than a day, but it does. Can't say anything bad about this product.
👤Very happy. I like the look of it. The color is striking. I don't think I'll be carrying it anywhere, the carrying case is great to keep it dust free. The iron is light to hold. I have a question about the cord. You pull it out of the base but don't know if you'll get the cord back into the base. Do you manually push it in?
There is an OnPoint tip for a more detailed finish. Controls to help with ease of use. 30 minute auto off delay. There is a large water tank. 1700 Watts with continuous steam output. The cord pivots to protect the power cord. 10 feet of cord is wrapped in a handy cord wrap. Quality is checked on every Singer Iron. Testing the steam function with water. It is normal to have a few drops of water in the tank.
👤The iron arrived today. I had a lot of ironing to do so I was looking forward to it. The iron was shipped in a box. Not inside of another box. They put it in its own box. I received a bottle of vitamins from Amazon. I wonder if it's wise to ship an item with delicate controls that is going to be ironing items that I sew, and sometimes those items are made of delicate fabric. It looks like it was kicked from the 50 yard line. The iron's tip is bent backwards. I would get my protractor and give you an exact measurement if I wasn't so angry. I sew for God, I have one. I bought this expensive albatross because of that. The tip was not straight. It has a rough edge that could cause picks in delicate fabric. It is hard to understand that this is an important item and should be treated accordingly.
👤I got this iron because I was interested in the design of the tip and I am an avid sewing enthusiast. It does not fail to impress. You can get very crisp pleats with this iron and you can get into tight corners without difficulty. I love the design. It starts high enough on the iron that you don't risk burning your cord if it settles around the iron's base. Most irons have features that I expect from them. The steam puffs and water jets work as expected because it has a small water tank and is not too different from my last iron. It's a little heavier than my last iron, because it has a full sized press pad and heavy cord. I am satisfied because it feels more solid than my last iron. An off button is what it doesn't have. If you leave it on, it will turn off. It will flash red for a good half hour while you have it upright. If you want to turn it off and not have a red flashing light for 30 minutes, you have to go all the way down. After a thousand years of ironing technology, have we not developed a simple on off switch like every other piece of equipment I own? I have an ironing setup on a large workbench with the plugs running through a wire channel, so I have to go down underneath it and figure out which iron is which, and then plug it in. I accidentally unplugged a lamp and an electric duster and had to flag the iron with colorful tape.
👤Who likes her iron? I do! I replaced my old drug store special with something better. I can knock ironing out in less than a minute, and I am amazed at how good my things look. The long bird is awesome if you want to iron on your cutting board, and the pointy tip really does make a difference. It fits well in my hand, is light and has enough substance to get the job done. Correct, it is 2020 right? The little things should be celebrated. This iron is a winner.
We stand by the quality of their black heat transfer vinyl. They have faith in the black vinyls. Their priority is your satisfaction. If your iron vinyl doesn't perform to your expectations, they will try their best to solve it for you. There is a dual voltage system. The shot of steam feature presses out wrinkling. The iron is hot and the indicator light lets you know. Variable temperature controls heat setting gives flexibility to various fabric types. Extra comfort is provided by the soft touch handle and dial.
👤I only used this iron once and it ruined my clothes and carpet. It leaked when I got it. I didn't pay much attention to it. You just had to be careful because it worked and got the job done. The second time I used it, the rust colored water fell out of the steam holes and stained the shirt I was going to iron. Don't waste your money.
👤I just bought an iron and I have to tell you about it. First of all, ordered this Sunday. Prime Shipping, God bless you. Amazon gave me another $2 off with a coupon when it was originally $12. I was skeptical because of the price decrease. I bought it because I'm a broke 20 year old. I was very pleased. The iron is very strong. It's close to the size of my hand. It has a dial for heat settings and a dial for wattage, which you can change for on-the-go life. The boy was hot in seconds after being plugged in. It's fast. It was easy to ironing. The spot where you put the water leaks if you move it too fast, but that happens with most irons. 4.5 out of 5 stars.
👤It was gross. I used and rusted this iron. There is still water left over from the person who returned it. I have to waste time and ship this back.
👤At first, it's adequate. It's too small to work well for travel. It leaks. Half of the water is converted to steam. It began to rust after about 11 months of minimal usage. It spits a mixture of brownish liquid and white sand in the first minute. This stains clothes. I've only filled it with water that's been cleansed.
👤Powerful little tool. I use it with a small board for sewing. I keep it next to my sewing machine.
👤After 7 months of minimal/moderate use, my mini iron is leaking brown liquid on my new white jumpsuit. I tried to clean it using the instructions in the box.
👤For a small wash load or a steam wrinkling touchup, use a super iron. When I'm traveling or around the house, I'll touch up my shirt on the sleeves and front and sometimes the pleats in my pants or shorts. I use them on cargo shorts all the time, and they work great on cotton and blends. When the dial is turned all the way to low, it is off. The best steam performance is when the container is less than 1/3 full. The side buttons should be squeezed for a burst of steam. The unit is light weight and works well, it is easy to press firmly and slowly with max heat on for stubbornwrinkles after coming out of a dryer. It has fallen off the table several times and nothing has broken; it has a small hand-cup design and does the job. There is a 220 switch. It would be great if it came with a small bag. Which is what I'm looking for. I use this on a towel set on a hard surface top. Turn dial to its lowest level when you're done. When I first plug it in, the red light comes on, but it takes a while to warm up, so I iron it.
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 hassle of twisted, tangled power cords can be alleviated with the use of a 1500 watt steam/dry ironing iron. IRON IN EVERY DIRECTION has a double-tipped design to ensure natural movement in any direction. Iron can be forward, backward and even side-to-side. The soleplate is made of 304 STAINLESS STEEL and is non-stick. The perfect level of heat and steam, or no steam with the touch of a button, is what you get with heat, steam and DRY SETTINGS. The heat-resistant carrying case snaps onto the iron and power base after being used for instant portable storage.
👤The iron stopped getting hot enough to do anything after about 8 or 9 months of very light usage. The max temp is now 137 degrees. I sent it back to Panasonic for repair because it was within the warranty period. I bought it from a "non authorized dealer" and Panasonic returned it to me unrepaired. I bought it through Amazon. If you want a Panasonic warranty that you can count on, do not buy this from Zebra Deals.
👤After 10 years of use, this iron went off on me. I chose it because it was the same as my old one. I didn't want to change. The Panasonic version is perfect in every way except for one: it is missing the key feature that makes a corded iron functional. I noted in the pictures that it had lights for temperature control, as did my old one, when I purchased it. The "indicator" lights from Panasonic really serve little to no purpose. When you turn the iron on, the light will blink until the iron is up to temperature. The in-use blinking light is missing, which would allow you to know when the iron needs to go back to it's base to charge and when it is ready to use again. You have to read it. I couldn't believe it was missing. When you remove the iron from the base, the light goes out, and when you return the iron to the base, the light comes back on. I find that incorrect and question if they are using it properly when they say that the iron doesn't stay hot or cool. It stays hot for a while before I would assume it's ready for a refill. My old iron took the same amount of time to refill. The only downside with this version is that you have to guess at the time. This is my first experience with a plate made of steel. I'm not sure. It has a nice clean and smooth finish and I like that it won't release the chemicals that my old Teflon coated one did, but it does have a lot of drag, almost pulling fabrics when I don't want it to. Teflon or ceramic might be a good choice if you want to keep fabrics square with their grain. The tip of this iron is rounded, unlike the photos would suggest, and it does not come to a point as you would think. I believe that it would serve the purpose and if necessary I could just use a mini iron, but if you are looking for the nice point at the tip of the iron like the old school models have, then you should use a mini iron. The design is great and the case and retractable cord work well. It's nice to know when your water levels are low by having the water tank transparent. It is not too heavy or light, and is what you would expect from a standard iron.
👤The iron is 1600 watt and high quality. It takes no time to re-charge the iron between pressings because it has plenty of steam and heat. If you quilt, you will love this iron. It has an off button on the iron so you can shut it off if you know you're going to use it again in a while. It takes no time to re-heat when you turn it on again, but only after you have heated it up. The iron will never catch on the edge of the fabric, it will glide over fabric like glass, and it is the ultimate in non-stick. You can leave the hot iron on the base of theremovable water tank if you want, as you can fill up the tank directly from the tap. This is the best iron I have ever owned and the first one with a curved steel soleplate. I will never go back to the "non-gunna stick soleplate". The iron with the bubble cover is so cool that I leave it out for display. The auto shut off feature can be set with the off/on button on the iron. I use the retractable cord to make it more presentable under the cover bubble once I'm done with the day. This iron is aqua colored.
The reel is on the base. It's ideal for travel because it's lightweight and easy to carry, and it has an upgraded high capacity battery that provides long battery life and ironing time. Including the charging cable. The mini iron can heat up to the highest temperature within 30 seconds. It can be used as both a dry and wet iron. The push-button mister has a transparent water tank and helps smooth fabrics. The temperature can be adjusted. The steam iron has 3 temperature settings, which allow for use on a variety of fabrics, unlike other one-temperature irons. Teflon coated soleplate offers more glide-ability across fabrics than other materials. It helps to prevent wrinkling as you are ironing. The enhanced non-stick soleplate glides over all fabrics. Each product will be tested before leaving the factory. A small amount of water in a tank is normal. Feel free to use it. 2. The handle and iron are not installed properly if the three indicators are not steady after the machine is started. Please follow the instructions to install it correctly.
👤I don't have to wait long because I like how fast it heats up. I like how it has different settings for different fabrics. The box it comes with is small and cute, it is exactly what it is described in the description, and it comes with everything that is written in the description. It is best to let it change if necessary, so you don't have to pay for it later. When you are ready to use the iron, add water to it so that it starts to heat up. Don't fill the water to the top. The handle is not a con. If you have a lot of clothes to iron, it can be annoying. I would suggest you wear a glove.
👤It is small and convenient. It is easy to use. I tried it on several items and it doesn't heat high enough to do a good job on any of them. I used spray water to make the fabric stand up, but it didn't do the job. It may work on light fabrics. I did shirts and blouse and dress, but I didn't remove the smallwrinkles. Will be coming back.
👤I don't like using irons from hotels, they leave a mess and just suck. This is portable and gets hot enough to use. I could just clean it and make sure it was dry. It takes a little longer to iron but the heat is stable, the steam feature works great and the surprise is great to use. Not bad for the price.
👤I tried it for the first time today and it worked great. I wore it on 6 different articles of clothing. The handle was warm but not uncomfortable. It was what I needed.
👤When my iron was slow to heat, it overheated on the handle. It was easy to return to Amazon and get a refund.
👤I was a little disappointed because the iron battery doesn't last very long. I thought it would last longer, but the iron starts overheating and the battery dies. I have to charge it again.
👤The item did not work.
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 reel is on the base. The ironing board has no cords on it. It's great for curtains and tablecloths. Non-stick and smooth. It's easy to fill without taking the whole iron to the sink. The reel is on the base.
👤I have been using a Panasonic iron for more than a decade and have been very pleased. I purchased a new iron just in case my iron stopped working after the on/off button plastic cover broke. The new iron has a non-stick finish. I don't understand why it has two ends. I wonder why this was done, I don't think there is much difference in the surface area. It won't stand up with the "back" end pointed. I use distilled water in a bottle. I can't stand it up to fill it. The reservoir won't stand on its own. I have to take it off of the iron and hold it in one hand while trying to pour from the heavy container with the other. Someone who actually irons did not design this. I think the iron is a good one, but I am really disappointed that it will be hard to fill. I wanted others to know about it before I bought it because it was a poor idea. The steam can be turned off when not in use, so I think it is a good idea to conserve water when the iron is not being used.
👤I decided to give a corded iron a try after it got in the way of ironing and I was crazy. It was difficult to pick out a positive or negative review. I am very satisfied with my purchase of the Panasonic 360o Freestyle Advanced Ceramic Cordless Iron. I used a corded iron to solve my issues. Five stars all the way.
👤This is the best iron for crafting. It's easy to like it from the start because of the body and water tank. It takes a few minutes to get to high temp, but the light stops flashing when it's ready. It stays hot to iron. If you use it for a long period of time, you will have to let it go, but I have not had an issue yet. The size is perfect and I love the symmetrical design that allows you to use either so I am never turned around the wrong way. It is the prettiest iron I have ever owned, especially in the teal and black combo I chose. I have yet to use the carry case because I prefer to leave it out, but it's awesome that it allows you to store the iron even if it's still hot. I can see it.
👤I use this iron in my sewing room to make things. It gets hot enough to do this, and does a good job. It is light and small. I can use it in my hoop to press pieces. The cord free feature is wonderful. The auto off is not a big deal. It is a light duty iron that is easy to use and has good steam. I like the fact that this iron doesn't heat up my sewing room, a plus in Arizona in the summer. For wrinkled clothing, I use my Rowenta, which gets very hot and creates tremendous heat.
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