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Black & Decker Digital Advantage D1700

Black & Decker Digital Advantage D1700
alaAverage 4.3

4 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Black & Decker Digital Advantage D1700. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Irons for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 85/100.

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Consumer review (

A nice iron, but . . .


I had previously owned a Rowenta and decided to purchase a less expensive iron.  I do a lot of ironing and I loved my Rowenta!  The Black & Decker D1700 is a very good iron, heats up quickly and more than adequate for tough wrinkles like on linen...

Nice weight.Stable when sitting on ironing board.Price was

Water level difficult to view

Aug, 2009

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I change clothes about 4 times a day, easy. Especially living in Florida, where the weather changes in extremes. So, I am constantly throwing something in the pile, washing/drying/folding, or throwing something over the clothing rack. Thus, leaving me...

Auto shut off, fast acting, steam and light mist


Jun, 2009

Consumer review (

Not bad, but I returned it


Couldn't decide between this iron and the T-Fal Ultraglide Diffusion, so I took them both home and tested them out. This one heats up quickly, with an audible beep when it reaches the correct temperature, and did a nice job with the ironing, but I...

audible beep , clear read-out, reasonably long cord, easy to access fill spout, heel rest

Smaller sole plate, so-so glide, a bit heavy, hard to see into reservoir

Sep, 2008

Consumer review (

Smooth Performer


COST: Purchased at BJ's in Dedham, MA in Nov 07 for $35.

Solid feeling, easy to use and stable when sitting up vertically on your ironing board

Could have a bit greater surface area

Nov, 2007