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Panasonic NI-L70SRW Cordless Iron, Curved Stainless Steel Soleplate, White/Clear Green
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- 3-piece cordless steam/dry iron set makes ironing safer and easier
- Sturdy charging base with automatic retractable cord and steam/temperature chart
- Ergonomic iron features stainless-steel soleplate, pushbutton and electronic controls, automatic shut-off, anti-drip system, and "Stay Clean" steam vents
- 3 heat settings, adjustable steam, spray mist, jet-of-steam/self-cleaning, and vertical steam options
- Removable water tank; heat-resistant transparent carrying case
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Enjoy hassle-free ironing thanks to the cordless design the Panasonic NI-L70SRW. The cordless iron charges on the charging base and then it's ready to go--no more power cord getting in the way, slowing you down. The clothing iron also features a curved stainless-steel soleplate that glides smoothly over clothing. An electronic temperature-control panel makes it easy to set and maintain accurate temperature settings. The Panasonic Cordless Iron features adjustable steam, a cool spray mist option, an anti-drip system, and vertical steaming for efficient wrinkle removal of hanging garments, as well as a detachable water tank for easy filling. Other highlights include automatic shut-off for safety and peace of mind, a built-in retractable cord on the iron's charging base, and a clear heat-resistant carrying case for safe, easy transport.
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This is also my first experience with a stainless steel plate. I'm still unsure about it. It has a nice clean and smooth finish and I like that it won't release the chemicals that my old Teflon coated one did, but it does have a lot of drag, almost pulling fabrics when I don't want it to. If keeping fabrics square with their grain is essential for you, as it is for me, perhaps keep the Teflon or look into ceramic.
Also, for any quilters out there, the tip of this iron does not come to a point as you would assume from the photos, but rather has a rounded tip. It wasn't so rounded that it would deter me from keeping it or using it, as I do believe it would serve the purpose and if necessary I could just use a mini iron, but if you are looking for the nice point at the tip of the iron like the old school models have, look elsewhere.
On a positive note, the design is great and the case and retractable cord work wonderfully. Also having the water tank transparent is a nice feature so you can tell when your water levels are low. Overall, it is not too light or too heavy and is about what you'd expect of any standard iron.
So, given how much I love my old Panasonic cordless, I thought I'd give this newer version a try. For the record, I'm a quilter, wife and mom to two littles so I probably use my irons a little more than the average bear.
Firstly, I love cordless. When you're a quilter and ironing huge pieces of fabric at a time, that cord can be a real nuisance. This iron can go anywhere.
Heat up time is about average on this machine, certainly not as fast as my $$yellow iron$$ but does the job. The one thing I miss the most (compared to that yellow guy again) is the 30 minute shut off time. This Panasonic is much shorter (I'd have to look it up but it feels like about 10 mins).
If you've never used a cordless, you need to return it to its base to recharge every so often; ever hear your regular iron click and the lights dim a little? This is it recharging. So same principal goes for the cordless, it's just you have to remember to set it on its base every few minutes.
This iron comes with an upgrade in steam holes over its predecessor, which is awesome (the old version only had steam at the tip)
The water tank on this puppy is big. Very comparable to the yellow guy which I believe holds 12oz.
Heat-wise it's hot. It's not as hot as some Rowentas I've used, but it's comparable to the Oliso 1600 (in my opinion).
Empty (no water) it's relatively lightweight (feels much lighter than other irons I've used) and even with the tank full it's still not overly heavy.
I like that it comes with a snap on case for transport, but mostly I like the fact I can set the lid on it at the end of the day to keep the dust off.
I think if you're used to having Rowenta irons (upper end ones at least) you might be disappointed in a loss of heat moving to this iron. However, as a quilter I do love this iron. Obviously, if this is my second one in 16 years and I am going back to Panasonic after courting the other more expensive brands for a few years. 😉