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Updated: Aug 2, 2015 18:27
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#501
alaAverage 3.2

Black & Decker Steam Xpress S660 Iron with Auto Shut-off

I bought this product about 4 months ago when I realized my old iron was falling apart. I bought it ...

5 user reviews

#502
alaAverage 3.2

Black & Decker Quick N Easy X470 Iron with Auto Shut-off

heats up/cools down quickly, auto off

11 user reviews

#503
alaAverage 3.2

Leifheit 72328 Housse Dressfix XL Élastique

I have the Leifheit ironing board which I like a lot and it is much more substantial than any other one I have bought, but I have not been able to find a cover to fit. This is perfect.

31 user reviews

#504
alaAverage 3.2

Rowenta Pro Master 1750 watt Stainless Steel Steam Iron (Stainless Steel)

I also bought this iron at Costco. Now I actually look forward to dress shirt ironing day. Compared to my old iron, this one glides over the fabric. Nice weight to it, so is very easy to get a nice crease without too much pressure. LOTS of steam. I get...

7 user reviews

#505
alaAverage 3.2

Sunbeam Verve 58 Platinum 2

Like other comments on here - this iron is terrible! It leaks water (which is extremely hot once heated and spits it at you causing burns), it trips our electrical safety switch on a regular basis, ironed clothes come off the board showing residual...

8 user reviews

#506
alaAverage 3.2

Black & Decker Travel Iron #X50CP

I really like the iron, it is a great size and I carry it back and forth to my Quilting classes, another great buy from Amazon

6 user reviews

#507
alaAverage 3.2

Philips GC2522

this philips iron is wonderful. it is very easy and effortless to use this iron. It irons even very crumbled clothes very easy. I am very impressed with thus iron. It has got a big reservoir for water.

7 user reviews

#508
alaAverage 3.1

Rowenta DR5020 Ultra Steam 800-Watt Handheld Steamer Brush

This definitely gets the wrinkles out of my suits. But I can typically accomplish the same thing using the steam from my showers by just hanging my suits in the bathroom. So, when I'm only traveling with a carry-on, I generally don't take this...

65 user reviews

#510
alaAverage 3.1

Polti Forever 980

Firstly, I've only ever had Polti irons and I must have gone through eight by now. They only seem to work for a couple of years and I am wondering if this is normal for steam generator irons - whichever the make. I've learnt that it is not really cost...

10 user reviews

#511
alaAverage 3.1

Essentials by Russell Hobbs 18485 Steam Iron

Nice and light to use easy to fill,but doesn't steam as well as i would expect it to. Have to use the extra steam button on fabrics that crease a lot.

13 user reviews

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#512
alaAverage 3.1

Philips 3300 Series Steam

I bought this iron 4 years ago and it does not get used very often. However on going to use it today, the water keeps leaking out all over the clothes from a tiny point at the base of the iron and staining them. I cannot get it to stop and can find no...

10 user reviews

#514
alaAverage 3

Sunbeam Purple/White Steam Master Retractable Cord Iron

It's purple and costs $21, who can argue with that? I purchased this because after 20 years my old iron won't steam. Despite the plastic, it is hefty in your hand, and quite large. It heats up super quickly. I haven't had the chance to use the steam...

8 user reviews

#515
alaAverage 3

Sunbeam Pro Steam II Polished

I have had 2 of these. the first leaked. I took it back and it was exchanged. The second one was about 1 year old and it was hard to iron with because water goes everywhere. Not as bad if you only put a little bit of water in at a time. It was a good...

5 user reviews

#516
alaAverage 3

Black & Decker D1200 Digital Advantage Iron, White

This was the best iron that I've ever used. It was well worth my money. I owned it for two years before the cord got a shortage in it. This iron was very easy to use, heated up really quickly, and ironed our clothes perfectly. It never leaked one...

7 user reviews

#517
alaAverage 3

14996

Bought this item in May and was very impressed. Ironed well and easy to change the heat settings. The digital window changed a different colour so you knew when it had heated to a certain level. Now in September it has broken, so this iron has only...

7 user reviews

#518
alaAverage 3

Farberware FSN100 Steam Iron, White

I used this iron for the first time today and water poured out of the sole plate onto my silk shirt. What did I do wrong? Hopefully the next time I decide to iron - I quit this time - I'll have better results. I iron very infrequently so......

5 user reviews

#519
alaAverage 3

Kambrook KI760 Steamline Ceramic

Very poor temperature control, barely hot enough. And leaks all the time from the top of the handle. worst iron ever.

2 user reviews

#520
alaAverage 3

Tefal Aquaspeed 225

I have been using this iron for about 6 months now and its been great and reliable with excellent build quality, When myself and my wife were iron shopping we compared this iron to many of the others on the market and this one was a great price and...

3 user reviews

#521
alaAverage 3

DeLonghi Ironing System With Continuous Refilling

I purchased my first version of this iron in 2007 and immediately had problems with the steam switch. It couldn't be turned off so I had to Iron with continuous steam, which used up the water in the tank very quickly. I persevered for a long time and...

3 user reviews

#522
alaAverage 3

Rowenta Auto-Steam Iron DZ1900

I did not like the product but this seller is awesome! Capital Cookware replaced with a better product and was most courteous and efficient about it. I will definitely buy from them again in the future.

4 user reviews

#523
alaAverage 3

Black & Decker F1050 Iron with Auto Shut-off

I wouldn't consider myself a big ironer. Yes, I do iron clothes for work, but it's not one of those things that I particularly look forward to doing. It's like any other chore; it just needs to be done.

2 user reviews

#524
alaAverage 3

Russell Hobbs Gizmo Travel Iron/Steamer/De-creaser/De-piler

Forget your usual travel iron, this can be used as an ordinary steam iron when travelling. Even better just about any type of clothing can be steamed on the hanger, shirts, jacket etc. I love the trouser creaser, it doesn't give clothing iron shine....

2 user reviews

#525
alaAverage 3

Bosch TDA 8339 Sensixx Comfort Protect

This iron was bought 'blind' but has prooved to be quite good. It is not too heavy and moves smoothly over fabrics. The steam injector worked well and and the loose plate which clip on for pressing was satisfactory

4 user reviews

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