DeLonghi 1750-Watt Steam Iron with Ceramic and Stainless Steel Soleplate
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- Enjoy faster and more efficient ironing with the patented dual material soleplate: made of ceramic and stainless steel
- Achieve more professional results with the varied thickness soleplate; the precision tip moves easily around difficult areas
- Steam out stubborn wrinkles with the super steam turbo trigger
- Reduce stress from ironing with the ergonomic design featuring the conveniently located toggle with 4 levels of adjustable steam
- No longer worry about constant refilling with the large easy-fill front opening water tank: capacity 11 oz ./ 325 ml
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Save hundreds on dry cleaning bills with the De’Longhi Easy Turbo Steam Iron. The Patented Dual Material Soleplate, made of ceramic and stainless steel, provides excellent gliding and a reduction of shiny patches for professional results every time. The precision tip on the varied thickness soleplate moves easily around difficult areas while the thick back keeps temperature constant and easily removes creases. The vertical steam function allows you to steam drapes and other difficult items. There’s even a super steam turbo trigger that easily steams out those stubborn wrinkles. The ergonomic design features a toggle with 4 levels of adjustable steam emission, spray button, and supersteam button all conveniently located to relieve the stress from ironing. The large easy-fill front opening water tank (capacity 11 oz ./ 325 ml) allows you to iron for longer time without having to constantly refill the water and the “Aqua Clear” permanent anti-scale system lets you use tap water without lime scale buildup. Additional features include an anti-drip system; which eliminates water spots when ironing at low temperatures, adjustable thermostat, and auto shut-off safety system.
Top customer reviews
Another thing - ergonomically it is very good, too. Buttons are big, in the right places. This iron doesn't look cheap or hideous - design is good too.
Some people mentioned that the iron is not steady enough but I did not find it to be an issue.
Cons: "dual soleplate", or whatever it is called, is just a marketing trick, if you ask me. If you want a ceramic soleplate iron, just get one. I don't see how this "ceramic on the outside, steel on the inside" really gives you any benefits (say, synthetic fabrics are supposed to be ironed easier with ceramic, while steel makes them electrostatic). Was not impressed by gliding easiness either.
Conclusion: heavy, solid, well-designed, nice burst of steam, does good job. Not very convenient for small/delicate pieces (a little too heavy and big), no retractable cord, but if you do thick fabrics and big jobs, like curtains etc I would totally recommend it.
(plus it is a reasonable price and I haven't seen as many complaints about quality as about t-fals or rowentas)
I've had a few different DeLonghi products over the years and haven't found one yet that didn't meet my expectations. I highly recommend them.
Update - 1 year later
The iron works ok, but I replaced it with a Rowenta iron I got from Costco that was $25 cheaper. The DeLonghi is clearly inferior and uses more power to boot. Its relegated to back-up/guest iron now.
-comfortable, with a nice 'nose' for getting into little places.
-easy to fill
-cord is long enough
-rather slow to warm up
-reluctant to produce steam. I mean, really, really reluctant. At first I thought it was just 'newness' but a year down the road, I'm standing there fuming before the iron is. On the maximum steam setting it never produced maximum steam, and it hasn't gotten any better or any worse. I've used more productive, old, disgusting hotel irons across the country. Enough is enough; I'm getting a big, heavy, made in Germany Rowenta. This dud is going to Goodwill. Or ill will. Wish I had returned it as soon as the problems became apparent; it just doesn't come close to meeting basic expectations.