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Panasonic NI-S300TR 1200-Watt Steam Iron with Curved Titanium-Coated Soleplate, White/Green


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  • 1200-watt iron with titanium-coated curved soleplate
  • Adjustable temperature and steam settings; jet-of-steam function
  • Push-button spray mist; 3-way automatic shut-off
  • 6-ounce water tank; rubber-grip handle; retractable cord reel
  • Measures 10-7/16 x 4-5/16 x 5-1/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 4.3 x 10.5 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001AMN4DC
  • Item model number: NI-S300TR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (268 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,161 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

A 1200 Watt Steam Dry Iron with Titanium coating curved soleplate. Features include: 3-Way Auto Shut-off, Automatic Retractable Cord Reel, Jet-of-Steam Self Cleaning, Spray Mist, Large water window, 6.1-Ounce water tank, Rubber grip handle, and Lime water tank with white trim. Weighs 3.44 lbs. Note: all units are quality-tested at the manufacturer, some water may remain in the tank--this is normal.

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Customer Reviews

It has a retractable cord!
C. E. Maury
I bought this a couple years ago and it's still working great.
T. Neal
Heats fast and produces nice amounts of steam quickly.
Tom Y.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

209 of 215 people found the following review helpful By Helen L on May 19, 2009
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2/25/11: 2ND UPDATE ON THIS IRON. NOW MY IRON IS ALMOST 2 YEARS OLD. I STILL LIKE THIS IRON, BUT AS YOU WILL READ IN MY FIRST REVIEW I PREFER SS SOLEPLATES. I IRON CONSTANTLY BETWEEN MY HUSBAND'S DRESS SHIRTS AND ALL THE SEWING I DO. THE TITANIUM FINISH IS JUST STARTING TO WEAR OFF. I ONLY NOTICED THIS BECAUSE I THOUGHT THE IRON WAS NOT GLIDING AS EASILY AS BEFORE. I DO THINK THAT I IRON MORE THAN THE AVERAGE PERSON SO THIS MAY NOT BE A DETERRANT FOR MOST PEOPLE. I STILL RECOMMEND THIS IRON AND IT IS STILL STEAMING AWAY, BUT I WILL BE PURCHASING PANASONIC'S STAINLESS STEEL SOLEPLATE. I'M TEMPTED TO TRY THE ROWENTA, BUT QUITE HONESTLY DON'T LIKE THE REVIEWS I AM READING FOR SUCH AN EXPENSIVE IRON. THINK I WILL STICK WITH PANASONIC. I'LL KEEP MY CURRENT IRON FOR MESSY PROJECTS.

This is my 3rd iron in 6 months. I have had this iron for about 1 1/2 months so I am still waiting to see if it holds up. So far so good. My first iron was a B&D Digital2030 iron. Lasted 4 months and quit. Handle got hot and iron would turn on to Setting 1 after it was turned off. 2nd iron was a Shark brand. Didn't work from day one. Would only turn on if you unplugged the cord and then replugged. Returned that. So far, this iron is performing great. For a 1200watt iron it produced a lot of steam even without pushing the burst of steam button. I iron all my husband's work/dress shirts and need an iron that is adequate for cotton. The titanium coated soleplate is nice, but I do prefer SS. The tip of the iron is the best I have had so far. It is quite pointed and really gets into tight spaces. I sew quite a lot and this is great for pressing out corners. I purchased the titanium soleplate because of fusibles that I work with and need to be able to remove it. So far so good.
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130 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Dancer Dreamer on January 31, 2009
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So far I've used this on pattern paper and several different types of fabric. It has a nice weight that you can allow to do most of the work for you, and it has a wonderful grip. It is fairly easy to fill the tank, and if you use a 3/4 cup measure to do it, you'll be just under Max - the tank is just over 6 oz.

It glides beautifully over my fabric, though I had to be a little careful with the paper, since this iron is fairly well weighted. It has both a spray button and a steam button, and a simple switch between dry, some steam, lots of steam.

The retractable cord is a wonderful thing and works very well. Blessed thing to have when there are curious animals that like to chew on cords or anything string-like. Makes for neat storage, too!

Heats quickly, and reheats quickly if it has shut itself off. It gives you 10 minutes if it is in the upright position, so that is plenty fine.

I love this iron!
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89 of 96 people found the following review helpful By S. Geist on June 18, 2010
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I have used Rowenta for years now, and have always loved the way I was able to get the burst of steam that I so desired, in which to help press out those stubborn wrinkles. The only reason I needed a new iron was due to I burnt out my iron, and it was time after about 10 years for a new one.

I read several reviews from people regarding this iron, and thought I was getting a good iron for a descent price, especially since I could not afford a Rowenta at this time. Well I was wrong, this iron is not worth the product used to make it. The burst of steam is a joke, and the water chamber holds only enough water to iron about 2 to 3 shirts. You get one burst of steam (if you are lucky) then you have to wait some time before you are allowed to get another one. My old Rowenta when I hit the burst of steam used to push the iron up off the ironing board, I can sneeze harder then the Panasonic's burst of steam.

If you hit the burst button more than once you now get water leaking out of the steam jets, which then gives you water marks on your clothes.

I iron quite a lot each week, and what used to take me about a half an hour now takes me almost 2 hours to do.

Don't waste your money on this item, if you want something better take my advice and spend the extra money and buy Rowenta.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A. Meeks on June 17, 2009
Panasonic NI-S300TR 1200-Watt Steam Iron with Curved Titanium-Coated Soleplate, White/Green
I purchased this iron to replace the Panasonic NI-A56NR. I had it for several years till the cord was destroyed. Loved the automatic cord reel and the curved soleplate. It slid over everything with no effort. My new Panasonic NI-S300TR has all the same features as the last one with the exception that the cord reel works even better! I think they may have increased the size of the reel housing to do this but I did not even notice this till I went to put it away and noticed that it was a bit taller than my last iron. The steam function works great and I love that I can select to have steam or dry iron at the flip of the thumb. I tried a different Shark from a local store and you could not even use the steam unless the iron was on the hottest setting and it claimed to be a "professional" model. To make a long story short, "Buy it"!
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Louie the Italian Jew TOP 100 REVIEWER on May 12, 2010
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Length: 0:56 Mins
I've owned this iron for approximately 18 months at the time of posting this review.
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