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Oliso TG-1000 Steam Iron Auto-Lift System with Stainless Steel Soleplate

by Oliso

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  • Patented Auto-Lift System - automatically lifts and lowers iron at touch of a hand for the ultimate in safety - helps prevent scorching, tipping, accidental burns and wrist strain. Iron faster too!
  • Automatic Shut-Off feature - automatically turns iron off if left unused for 8 minutes in vertical or horizontal positions (30 seconds if tipped)
  • 3-Way Extreme Steam settings: continuous steam plus powerful Vertical and Horizontal Burst of Steam. Even acts like a handheld steam when there is no time to take out the ironing board.
  • Easy-fill, extra-large water tank saves time and prevents spills (refill cup included)
  • Loaded with premium features including detailer that snuggles up to buttons and delivers crisp pockets and cuffs; a pivoting power cord; anti-drip system; self-cleaning; electronically controlled soleplate for consistent temperature control; and more.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 4.2 x 6.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000IBNBES
  • Item model number: TG-1000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #902,086 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Help protect yourself, your family and pets and even your favorite shirt with the revolutionary Oliso steam iron with its patented Auto-Lift System. Now available with premium stainless steel soleplate! Touch the iron's handle and it instantly lowers onto fabric. Take your hand away and the iron automatically lifts itself safely above for the ultimate in safety and effortless ironing. This iron always remains in a stable, horizontal position to help prevent scorching, tipping, accidental burns and wrist strain. The 1440-watt Oliso iron features powerful 3-way Extreme Steam performance: constant steam for easy, one-pass ironing; Horizontal Burst of Steam to blast away stubborn wrinkles; and Vertical Burst of Steam for use as a handheld steam. The Oliso iron is loaded with other premium features including Automatic Shut-Off; a large, easy-fill water tank; electronically controlled soleplate for consistent temperature; anti-drip system and more.

Customer Reviews

Not only is the technology amazing, but it truly makes ironing an easier and faster process.
O. Lao
I sent an email to customer service and talked to a lady and she told me that I could send it back with the proper receipt.
ALien
If you are looking for a steam iron that lives up to it's billing, I'd recommend this one big time.
S. K. Milligan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By DH on September 22, 2007
I was very excited about this iron because I've used one in quilting class and I was looking forward to having one of my own. When I received my iron, the Auto Shutoff did not work. I called Oliso and they had me return the iron to them. They promptly replaced it. So, after the delay, I finally got my replacement iron. The iron works great for dry ironing, and I love the auto-lift. However, the steam setting does not work too well. Most of the time the steam won't come out unless I actually press the little steam button. I thought it might be confused with the Auto-lift so I tried it as a regular stand-up iron and it worked a little better, but I didn't buy the iron to use it like a regular iron. I really like the idea of not having to stand the iron up. It also leaks water - quite a bit as a matter of fact. I am very disappointed with this iron and sorry that I spent the money on it. I would not recommend it as a steam iron.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A. R. Nash on May 25, 2007
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This iron is incredible! It is heavy enough to iron well, but light enough that it doesn't trouble my gimpy shoulder! Of course, not having to do all the extra exercise of holding it up to rest on its end really helps---just move off the ironing area and let go...it automatically raises and I have even set it on a wood table and it raises and doesn't leave a mark. The stainless soleplate is very smooth and would be easy to clean if necessary---and I prefer stainless over the teflon for environmental reasons as well as had trouble with another teflon iron in the past....
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Esther Schindler TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 12, 2010
I waited for a few months after purchasing this iron to see how my opinion changed over time. I initially was concerned that the spiffy "lift" -- which I first saw in use on a quilting TV show -- was a gimmick that would wear off. I'm glad to say that it isn't; it's a truly useful feature that has eased my life.

Anyone who quilts spends a lot of time ironing, just as anyone who does woodworking has to be ready to do a lot of sanding. You really can't scrimp on this without regretting it later. But ironing 104 block pieces can get tedious. You iron a piece or two, move it to the Done pile, and set the iron down while you grab the next batch. You do this for at least 20 minutes. It gets old. Fast. As a result, I _really_ like that I can set the iron down and it'll "lift up" to prevent problems... saving me from that repeated lift/twist/balance exercise.

Of course, a single nifty feature does not justify the top-end price of any iron. It's just the most visible example of the quality of this iron. I've found that it has enough weight to do a serious job of ironing, but it isn't so heavy that I'm exhausted. Loading water into it is easier than it was with the old Rowenta which it replaced. (No real criticism of the Rowenta; I wore out that poor thing.) If you do quilting or other serious sewing, DO invest in a good iron. You'll feel the difference even if you can't articulate it.

As other reviewers have noted, it _can_ be a little drooly with the steam setting on. I've found that it helps to set the iron back on its heel, every so often; don't rely on the auto-lift all the time.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By PJ on May 21, 2007
I quilt and sew a lot so I need an iron that will be there when I need it. I saw it being used on Fons & Porter's quilting show and wanted it because it couldn't be knocked over.

The auto shut-off feature is not the best for quilters because it turns off and isn't there when you need it sporadically, but it hasn't been a big problem for me because the iron heats up fast. I really like this iron. Good steam and gets very hot. I don't have to worry about my cats burning themselves on this if it gets knocked over because they can't knock it over. I like the legs although I was worried about it burning my ironing board when I first got it. That hasn't happened.

It has a nice, long cord that doesn't get tangled up. It's easy to fill it with water. No water spills all over the ironing board when I go to refill it. I really like that feature. The only con I can think of is that the iron has to be set to "off" if you're not going to use it for a while, then turned back to "on" when you need it. Took me a while to figure that out and I had a problem with the legs not retracting after it automatically shut itself off. As long as I turn it off, then back on it works fine. It heats up fast so it's not a big problem.

Not having to set the iron on it's end every time I'm through with it sold me on this iron. That feature is wonderful. The only thing I have to remember is that if I'm ironing at someone else's place, I have to remember to put their iron on it's end. haha I burned my daughter's ironing board!

It's very neat. No more cracked plastic on my iron from it falling over. I recommend this iron.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By N. Smith on January 11, 2007
Ironing is not most people's favorite activity. This iron makes it a breeze. It actually does what the manufacturer says it will do, without spitting, losing heat or burning your clothes. I highly recommend this product for quilters, sewists and others who need to iron the occasional shirt or blouse.
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