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BLACK+DECKER Classic Steam Iron, F67E
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- Easy Glide - The aluminum soleplate is built to last, with a smooth, nonstick finish that glides over all fabric types to quickly remove wrinkles A special groove near the tip of the soleplate lets you navigate easily around buttons and collars
- Steam or Dry Ironing - Switch on the steam setting to help iron out tough wrinkles, or turn it off when dry ironing delicate fabrics
- Anti-Drip - The iron is engineered to prevent dripping by closely regulating water temperatures. 7 Temperature Settings - The intuitive temperature dial and fabric guide make it easy to get the perfect heat setting based on fabric type Plus, the dedicated “OFF” button provides convenient peace of mind
- Automatic Shutoff - For added peace of mind, the iron shuts off when left unattended for 30 seconds on its side or soleplate, and after 8 minutes on the heel rest Plus, a power indicator light tells you when the iron is plugged in
- Refer to the PDF attached below in Technical Specification for User Manual
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BLACK+DECKER brings simplicity and style back to ironing with the Classic Steam Iron. Families have relied on this iron design for generations, and while the look is retro, the features are modern to give you fast, effective garment care. The handy fabric guide printed right on the iron makes it simple to select the proper setting for each garment. The durable aluminum soleplate glides smoothly over all types of fabrics to smooth out wrinkles in no time. Plus, you can switch on the steam to help iron away tough creases and wrinkles, or turn off steam to dry iron delicate fabrics such as silk. A long history of dependable performance makes BLACK+DECKER the trusted name in clothes irons.
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|Item Dimensions||5.20 x 10.10 x 6.22 inches||4.28 x 5.69 x 11.68 inches||5.60 x 11.60 x 6.30 inches||14.00 x 6.20 x 6.30 inches||11.30 x 4.88 x 5.75 inches||4.38 x 5.75 x 10.38 inches|
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I'm sending this one back and getting one that goes for 30 minutes before shutting off. Fingers crossed it works fairly well and lasts for a few years. I feel like I'm stalking something that no longer exists, a decent iron.
My dad (bless his heart) used to say "It's all about greed, all about money". It's true. Products these days are not made to last. My mom had 2 irons her whole entire life. Those days are gone. They want us to buy more and so they make products "disposable" now. It's a sad situation but Dad was right. All about greed. Shaking my head.
First off, the plate on this iron is not that smooth. I have certain shirts that I would avoid ironing because I could feel the plate sort of catching on them. I generally avoid non-stick coatings -- at least in cookware -- but I have to concede that it is necessary in an iron. The cheaper iron I bought feels like silk to iron with compared to this one.
It's heavy, which I thought was going to be a good feature. But I don't feel at all like the weight helped get clothing smooth. It just feels heavy for the sake of being heavy.
I could live with all of that, but the worst thing about this iron is the steam function is awful! There was never enough steam with this iron. It steamed a little bit now and then, but it would send out a puff and then that would be it. I'd iron and iron, repeatedly pushing the red steam button to no avail. Maybe 20 seconds later it would send out another puff. Maybe. And if you happen to knock it over (which is easy to do since it's very top heavy), it leaks because there isn't a cover over the water hole. Every other iron I've owned has had some sort of cap over this hole.
1) The On/Off green indicator light goes on and off extremely rapidly. It's possible that the light will only glow when the unit is actively heating, but the light goes out frequently and with no light visible, it will lead people to believe the iron is OFF when in fact, it can be over 170 degrees.
2) Power cord placement: When iron is forced to sit upright, the cord bends because of the angle it enters the iron. Aside from the immediate danger of the iron tipping over, if the iron were to be forced to remain upright, the cord bends, the wires will either bend, break or come loose as others have noted.
3) Radically uneven heat plate (tested with equipment). Different places on the sole plate vary wildly - sometimes as much as 94 degrees. It appears to be the hottest a smidge above the center, but even that changes from second to second. On the hottest setting, the sole plate ranged from 79 to 184, but those numbers kept changing even holding the tester static.
4) Steam: I had steam maybe four times during the time it took to iron a 2X men's dress shirt and only when I would lift the iron away from the shirt. That doesn't help anyone. It may help clean the iron's steam holes, but it doesn't help the item you're trying to steam iron.
5) As others have noted: It's impossible to see how much water is left in the reservoir because there's only a tiny window up near what I assume is the Maximum Level we're supposed to fill to. If you're lucky enough to actually be getting steam, as soon as the water goes below the tiny window, you'll have no clue until the iron stops steaming.
6) The iron leaks. Based on history, when an iron is new, it's only a nuisance to have sopping puddles on an item you're trying to iron. As time goes on, the reservoirs rust and you'll get rusty water stains on clothing and the ironing board covers.
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*Un cable muy largo para planchar cómodamente.
*La plancha crea mucho vapor que se transmite en un fácil planchado.
*Es pesada y puede que canse al usarla prolongadamente.
*La plancha es sencilla, no tiene nada de tecnología, es meramente una base de aluminio que se caliente rápidamente pero así mismo consume el agua.
Nota: Yo la use una semana y estaba muy contento por el diseño que tiene. Pero a los días comenzó a tirar humo cada que la usaba. Mejor la regresé y me decanté por otra más avanzada. Si no planchas mucho y te gusta el diseño pienso que no tendrás problemas.