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Black & Decker D6000 All-Temp Steam Iron with Stainless-Steel Soleplate

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  • Iron with digital control panel and INOX stainless-steel soleplate
  • Steam-on-demand at any temperature; auto steam at high temperatures
  • Spray-mist and steam-surge buttons; vertical steam; anti-drip system
  • Comfort Grip handle; 360-degree pivoting cord; 3-way auto shutoff for safety
  • Measures approximately 12 by 5 by 6-2/7 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 5.1 x 12 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001F5RQQ0
  • Item model number: D6000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,319 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Introducing the iron of the future. An iron that gives you the power to use steam while ironing even your most delicate fabrics, including acrylic, nylon and polyester. No matter what temperature setting you select, you will always have the freedom of choosing steam.

Customer Reviews

It would heat up but would not steam.
Thelma Smith
Too bad because the last iron I had lasted 3 years which was a Black & Decker.
dAWNN tROGDON
I called B&D customer service again and told them of the problem.
PleasantLady215

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161 of 167 people found the following review helpful By M. Erb #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 27, 2009
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I've recently gotten this Black & Decker D6000 iron and also currently own the Black & Decker D2030 Auto-Off Digital Advantage Iron (I have posted my review of that iron previously on the D2030 product page). Regarding the D2030, overall I am very happy with the D2030 iron with one or two quibbles, the most problematic of which is that I constantly, but inadvertently, turn off the steam while ironing because of the placement of the steam dial. It's positioning coincides with where my thumb naturally wants to rest while ironing. As a result I am always accidentally turning off the steam. The D6000 resolves that problem since the steam control is no longer a dial, but a button that is placed on the top front area of the handle. So in that regard, this iron improves upon the D2030. However in almost all other areas, this iron is actually not as good an iron as the D2030 as I'll explain.

For reference, I have also reviewed the D2030 and you can find that review here:
http://www.amazon.com/review/RU31UO0E382H5/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B0006ZUHR0&nodeID=&tag=&linkCode=

As others have noted, this iron is quite heavy. I found using this iron for any length of time to be more fatiguing than the D2030. The D2030 is not a light weight iron and actually the "heft" of the iron feels solid and just about right. My wife complained immediately about how heavy the D6000 iron felt to her. I weighed the D6000, without water, and it tipped the scale at 3 lb, 11oz. Compared to the D2030 that weighs, without water, 2lb, 15oz. So this iron is nearly a pound heavier than the D2030... that's significant difference.
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By A. C. Simonson on September 28, 2008
Black & Decker D6000 All Temp Digital Steam Iron, Blue
September 2008 Initial Review:

I bought this D6000 iron direct from Black & Decker, and I have to say, I'm most amazed. For the past 10 years I was using a Black & Decker model...but the steam didn't really come out anymore, and I was using a lot of "Magic Sizing" on my shirts to get them to iron well.

Originally, I bought a Shark as a replacement, but didn't even get it out of the box before reading the horrific reviews. It went back, and I got this.

WOW! No Magic Sizing needed and my ironing time is a third of what it used to be. Yup, you really can have steam at all settings. A lot of steam comes out with the steaming option on, and you get a heck of a lot more with the "steam burst" feature. The fact that you can clean all the mineral build up in the steam vents is great. The digital functions make it foolproof to iron. Read the tag, set the temp setting.

I also do large format photography, and I make albumen prints. I thought the vertical steam function would be perfect for steaming my paper, a necessary step in the process. I wasn't too sold on that (it worked, but be careful of the hot steam), but found that just using the regular steam function without touching the paper was fine.

The auto off feature proved useful when my wife irons. =) Oh, and the fact that she now irons her clothes is a real testament to how great this iron is!!!!

Couple cons: Filling the water tank isn't all that easy - would have been nice if it came with some sort of cup or funnel. Also, the tank empties quickly.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By esanta VINE VOICE on June 24, 2009
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I despise ironing with a passion. I've owned several irons, some of them fairly expensive, and this is the first one that can properly iron a shirt pane or collar in one pass, which considerably reduces the amount of time and effort it takes to do the job.

The D6000 weighs 4 lbs, which is quite heavy but probably explains why it does such a good job; it glides effortlessly over most materials.
Unlike most other irons where you set the temperature using a mechanical dial, the D6000 features a fancy blue backlit LCD control panel displaying all the settings (steam, temperature, fabric type...) in an easy to read, large font. The steam is abundant and constant regardless of the temperature setting as advertised, a very useful feature. Of course, the flipside is that you get to fill up the water tank more often, which fortunately is a snap thanks to the large fill port: hold the iron horizontally, open the fill port and put under the water faucet.

A "vertical steam" mode lets you steam hanging clothes and drapes (I have not had a chance to use this feature)
The manufacturer states that the iron does not need to be emptied after each use. The self cleaning feature should be used once a month to insure proper descaling.

The D6000 is easy to use and almost reconciled me with the ironing chore. By cutting my ironing time in half, it has more than earned its five stars.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Neil Gandhi VINE VOICE on July 16, 2009
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I've had it for a few weeks now, and I think that this iron is absolutely great. It has a couple of really small annoyances, which I will explain below.

First of all, let me talk about the steam. The first time I used it, I was ironing some dress shirts. I started to see smoke underneath the ironing board and i thought that the iron was burning my board! I realized that there was just so much steam pressure that the steam it was making its way through the shirt fabric and through the liner on the ironing board!

The steam is great. I had left a few of my garments out of the dryer for a couple of days and some of the clothes had some nasty wrinkles. I just steamed those parts and the wrinkles disappeared. The amount of steam is also really great for ironing collars and keeping them crisp.

I also am a big fan of the digital display. You know exactly what fabric setting you are on and the buttons on the side are easy to push to turn the temperature up and down.

I didn't find filling the iron difficult at all opposed to some of the other reviews here. Actually, it seemed pretty normal. I guess weight is a trade-off. I loved the fact that the iron was a little heavier (think of the weight as a 1/2 full carafe of coffee). To me it didn't feel cheap and I think it did a better job of ironing because of it. I don't really get why this is such a bad thing in other reviews because the iron really glides easily on most fabrics; I couldn't even really feel the weight at all!

There also a couple of subtle things that I really like about the iron. First of all, I like that that the iron is angled down towards the front. I feel like this makes it a little easier to iron. I also like how the cord can move around at the back.
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