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BLACK+DECKER F67E Classic Iron with Aluminum Soleplate, Black/Silver
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- Iron with aluminum soleplate quickly smoothes out wrinkles, Fabric-select dial and convenient fabric guide; "on" indicator light
- Thumb-activated steam-surge button; anti-drip system prevents spotting
- Dry-iron option; pivoting cord; stable heel rest; 3-way auto safety shut-off
- Measures approximately 10 by 5-1/5 by 6-1/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Smooth Our Your Wrinkles
With timeless weight and design, as well as a wide range of convenient features, The Classic Iron from Black & Decker brings simplicity and style back to ironing. This F67E model features a fabric select dial, a three-way auto shutoff for added security, anti-drip system to prevent spotting, and a pivoting cord for superior maneuverability.
This non-stick soleplate allows for worry-free ironing. When ironing with the Black & Decker Classic Iron you won't get caught on less-smooth fabrics.
When the iron is knocked over or not in-use for an extended amount of time it will automatically turn off. The added safety of this feature leaves your mind at ease.
Variable Steam Options
With variable steam selections you can choose the right amount to use every time. Never too much steam, never too little.
Because of the pivoting cord, you have 360-degrees of access let you move freely. Never worry about a hard to reach wrinkle or limited range of motion - those are no problem for this iron!
Black & Decker, 1100W, classic metal iron, variable steam, anti-drip system protects fabrics from water spotting even at low temperatures, extra long 10' cord for Extended reach & mobility, aluminum soleplate.
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Very simply, this is the best iron I have ever used. As a male that does not plan ahead well, I tend to iron my clothes on an ad hoc basis, and this iron makes that chore as easy and quick as possible.
1. This iron is heavy, even before you fill the reservoir with water. A heavy iron is a good iron. The cheap plastic irons don't work well for a reason; they aren't heavy enough to actually press the wrinkles out of clothes.
2. This iron heats very quickly. When you're ironing a shirt in the morning trying to get ready for work, speed is key. This iron does not disappoint.
3. This iron is inexpensive. The price was the same as the aforementioned cheap plastic irons, but is pretty much better in every way.
4. This iron has simple controls. Kind of a like a blender with an on and off switch, this iron has all of the controls that you need for functionality and no more.
I can honestly say I am sorry I wasted my money on the expensive irons because none of them handled, ironed or made me feel as comfortable as Ye Old Black and Decker The-Way-It-Was-And-The-Way-It-Should-Stay Steam Iron.
It does what an iron is supposed to do and, if placed on its heel (the way I learned how to iron), it doesn't shut off on you 15 times while you are trying to iron a batch of clothing and want to stop and do something else for a minute. If given the choice, I would really revert back to the old days when irons didn't have an automatic shutoff at all. I mean, if you are that ditzy that you can't remember to turn the iron off, well I honestly don't know what to tell you. I'm sure our lawmakers, instead of doing something useful, made some kind of law about irons automatically shutting off so that the person using it can be tortured. This iron does have an auto shutoff, and it's very fast and annoying if you put the soleplate directly on the ironing board, which is an invitation to scortching something. However, if rested on its heel, you have 8 minutes. This is enough time to adjust things or answer the phone without returning to an iron that's not hot enough.
I agree with other comments that this is also a heavy iron. Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't irons SUPPOSED to be heavy enough to press out wrinkles? A heavy iron means you don't have to push and do the work when pressing seams or things like jeans. And if you are a cat owner, you understand when I say that I know for a fact that, sooner or later, your 20-pound cat Rodney is going to knock that iron right off the board. Okay, I mean MY 20-pound cat Rodney. At least with this iron and its steel base, you won't be sweeping up a heap of plastic pieces if it hits the floor -- and chances are good it will still do the job, just like the old days. I don't know this for certain. Yet. But heck, it's a lot less painful paying $19 bucks for another iron than it is buying another useless plastic oversized Rowenta.
Listen, I would prefer not to iron at all, but barring that possibility, at least now I own an iron that does what it is supposed to do without spitting, sputtering and switching itself off every time I walk to the closet to get another hanger.
Get this iron, learn to rest it on its heel, and put yourself out of your ironing misery. And save yourself some bucks besides.
Thank you for providing your feedback regarding your Black + Decker Classic Iron. We are sorry to hear about the issues your iron's soleplate has. Your iron has a two year warranty, and we would like to be able to work on providing you a remedy. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and reference ID number 41214690 so that we can better assist you. We look forward to hearing from you, Doc Holladay.
Trying to fix the iron reveals a slew of design choices that make repairs a hassle. From soft screws that strip out easily to plastic bits that want to break on disassembly to screw posts that drop back into the body when you try to remove them.
It's a $30 iron, so I guess I should've expected as such. They work fine in the interim, it gets plenty hot, throws plenty of steam and feels nice in the hand. But all the effort Black and Decker clearly put into designing this thing to ensure it ends up in a landfill for 1000 years just annoys me.
We've switched to a Rowenta.
Thank you for offering your feedback regarding your Black+Decker Classic Iron. We're sorry to hear that both your irons stopped heating after several years of use. We strive to provide quality products and exceptional customer support, and we hope you will continue to consider us for your future purchases. If you'd like to relate your experience to us directly, feel free to contact us at email@example.com and reference ID number 41469167 so we can better assist you.
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