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Panasonic NI-S300TR 1200-Watt Steam Iron with Curved Titanium-Coated Soleplate, White/Green
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- 1200-watt iron with titanium-coated curved soleplate
- Adjustable temperature and steam settings; jet-of-steam function
- Push-button spray mist; 3-way automatic shut-off
- 6-ounce water tank; rubber-grip handle; retractable cord reel
- Measures 10-7/16 x 4-5/16 x 5-1/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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A 1200 Watt Steam Dry Iron with Titanium coating curved soleplate. Features include: 3-Way Auto Shut-off, Automatic Retractable Cord Reel, Jet-of-Steam Self Cleaning, Spray Mist, Large water window, 6.1-Ounce water tank, Rubber grip handle, and Lime water tank with white trim. Weighs 3.44 lbs. Note: all units are quality-tested at the manufacturer, some water may remain in the tank--this is normal.
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It glides beautifully over my fabric, though I had to be a little careful with the paper, since this iron is fairly well weighted. It has both a spray button and a steam button, and a simple switch between dry, some steam, lots of steam.
The retractable cord is a wonderful thing and works very well. Blessed thing to have when there are curious animals that like to chew on cords or anything string-like. Makes for neat storage, too!
Heats quickly, and reheats quickly if it has shut itself off. It gives you 10 minutes if it is in the upright position, so that is plenty fine.
I love this iron!
- Very good weight, which is important in an iron.
- Warms up quickly.
- The opening for water is bigger than most irons I've ever used, which is nice. On most previous irons, if you added the water too quickly, it would get an air bubble, stop going into iron, and get all over the floor. Not a problem with this iron.
- Cord reel works about as well as any I've used before, which is not perfect but not overly problematic. Definitely a nice to have though.
The only note I'll make is to read the instructions. Maybe it's just an indication of how often I iron, but I definitely learned some things from the manual. For instance, with this iron, to cut down/prevent water staining, you turn on the big dial until it's fully hot, then flip the switch to start using the water. This ensures the water is turned into steam rather than leaking out onto the clothes. My old iron didn't have this, which might explain some of the water staining I had to deal with.
And with all that hassle I came to loathe ironing my clothes.
Recently, I tossed the Rowenta iron and looked for something inexpensive to replace it. I ordered this iron without high expectations, but it has a lot of good reviews and is a best seller, and sells for a fraction of the price of Rowenta irons - even the Rowenta model available at my local Costco warehouse.
I'm so pleased! This little iron has given me a lot of bang for the buck. It's lighter than the clunky Rowenta irons. The soleplate glides beautifully and after a month of use, has remained clean. The retractable cord works just fine and is a feature I would hate to have to give up in the future. By the way, those high-priced irons didn't have retractable cords.
This iron produces an excellent amount of steam, and the burst of steam and adjustable steam features work flawlessly. The iron is easy to maneuver around and iron the intended places without leaving unwanted creases elsewhere.
I recently ironed a batch of warm-weather cotton clothing with this iron. And I realized that now I'm enjoying ironing again. I wouldn't want to iron clothes all day. But if I have a good TV show or some good music going as I'm ironing, it's a pleasant time - which results in a lot of crisply ironed clean clothes.
EDITED on October 17, 2010 to add: After six months, this iron is still performing flawlessly. I have used it at least weekly and sometimes daily. There's been no problems with gunk building up on the soleplate. I have not experienced any leaking from the steam vents. I rarely use the "spray mist" feature on any iron, because I have a spray bottle of water at hand when ironing to dampen the clothes more effectively than any iron can. I'm still pleased with this purchase.