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Black & Decker D6000 All-Temp Steam Iron with Stainless-Steel Soleplate, White/Grey
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- Iron with digital control panel and INOX stainless-steel soleplate
- Steam-on-demand at any temperature; auto steam at high temperatures
- Spray-mist and steam-surge buttons; vertical steam; anti-drip system
- Comfort Grip handle; 360-degree pivoting cord; 3-way auto shutoff for safety
- Measures approximately 12 by 5 by 6-2/7 inches
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|Item Dimensions||5.1 x 6.3 x 12 in||5 x 11 x 6 in||5.3 x 11.1 x 5.9 in||4.75 x 11 x 6 in||12.4 x 4.8 x 5.56 in||4.88 x 10.81 x 5.88 in|
|Additional Features||Auto Shut Off||Auto Shut Off||Auto Shut Off||Non Stick||cordless, non-stick||auto-shut-off|
Top customer reviews
I called B&D customer service and they told me the handle should not be hot at all and they would replace it. The replacement came a week later in the original box. It was not packed inside another box - just the iron in the original box with a package label on it. The box was delivered by UPS and was smashed up, torn tape, partly opened and had no instructions inside. I plugged it in and had the same problem with the handle being hot. I called B&D customer service again and told them of the problem. They apologized again and said they would send another iron. I asked them to pleased consider the packaging and to make sure the iron was packaged safely. The customer service attendant apologized and said he would make sure my comments were sent to the department that did the shipping. He told me not to bother with sending the iron back. (I was told that they would tell me what to do with the first iron, but they never did. I finally opted to return it to Amazon, who, by the way, originally sent the iron and packaged it properly).
I received my third iron yesterday in the same condition as the second iron - in a smashed up box, torn open, crushed box, and tape torn off. I pointed it out to the UPS driver who offered to let me try it out to see if it worked. I refused because there is no way to tell if the iron has been damaged. Finally, I had no choice but to return it to Amazon.
I will say that I really like the iron and wish I had had more of an opportunity to work with it. It is heavy, but I was used to that with the Bernina and believe that the weight contributes to the great results. I don't like the auto-off feature because I frequently have to go back to my sewing machine and by the time I get back to the iron it has cut off. I do like the steam features but not the way the water is put into the iron - it is hard to see where the fill line is and leaks if you overfill.
The constant heated handle concerns me a great deal. I was told it was not supposed to heat up but every iron I was sent did just that. I didn't see but one other comment about the handle. Also, the cord that is supposed to be a 360 degree feature is not a feature in my opinion. Each time I set the iron down the cord is in the way and has to be adjusted.
It's a shame that these seemingly small frustrations prevent this iron from being great. If you only iron a little it wouldn't be so bad. But, if you iron a lot or use the iron on a continual basis, like I do those small frustrations can make you crazy!
I would not recommend this iron for the reasons I have stated above. That being said, I love Amazon and have always been treated fairly. They are my number one online store!
Love: All-temperature steaming - perfect for many items that cannot withstand the usual high-temp only steaming of other irons.
Hate: Eventually the burst-of-steam button gives up and doesn't pump any more. This happened with the first iron and I missed that feature enough that I ordered a second. Unfortunately, the same problem developed with the second iron as well.
Love: When turned on, the steam is abundant. It's a little "spitty" now and again, but I'm sure I don't auto-clean often enough. I used distilled water at first, and then it dawned on me that I could use the filtered water from the refrigerator.
Hate: The steam turns off if the iron is down (but still moving) for what seems a very short period of time ... and must be watched closely if steam is desired for the full length of time ironing. The reservoir requires filling often, but that would seem to be an indicator of how much steam it generates ... still, sort of irritating.
Love: The digital display and the auto-off features.
Hate: The buttons to adjust the temperature. I iron a lot on the cotton and linen settings, and that means six or seven clicks of the button to get it there every time I turn it on. OK, I don't really hate that, but do find it a tiny bit annoying.
I'm still considering purchasing another one because it's not a terribly expensive iron and I love the all-temp steaming. However, before I do I would love to see the little notice that a "newer version" (presumably "improved") of this iron is available!
My only reason for giving 4 stars instead of 5 is the tendency for the power cord to fail where it is bent repeatedly......usually at or near the plastic strain relief which is there, supposedly, to prevent just such a cord failure. NOTE: Many, many irons of all brands have power cord failures of this type so this is not limited to the Black and Decker iron. But......I challenge the iron manufacturers to find a way to engineer a more effective cord / strain relief assembly. And yes, I have tried the cord management "poles" and other gadgets intended to help keep iron cords from bending sharply during use but none have solved the age old problem. So, I can predict with some confidence that the new iron ( also a B&D D6000 ) my wife is now using will also experience a cord failure and we'll throw away a perfectly good iron because of a $6 cord.
For those of you who say "Fix the cord" I can tell you I have many times in the past but B&D really doesn't want you to fix it and they make it difficult by using tamper proof screws and making replacement cord sets unavailable to the average Joe. An iron should only be fitted with proper gauge, heater grade cords. After all that, I'm resigned to spending the $45 for new irons.
This is a good iron. Just don't be surprised when the cord fails after a year or two.