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- Cordless Technology for ease of use
- Multi-Directional Iron Capability with totally curved soleplate for motion in any direction
- Stainless steel soleplate for smooth ironing
- Retractable cord reel on base
- Measures 11 1/4" (L) x 6 15/16" W x 8 5/16" (H), 4.4 lbs., Black/Gray finish
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360° Freestyle Steam/Dry Cordless Iron with Curved Soleplate
Ironing no longer has to be considered a tiresome chore thanks to this uniquely designed handheld iron by Panasonic. Equipped with 1500 watts of power, the sleek-looking unit delivers an array of advanced features for safety and exceptional convenience, making it easy to move quickly and efficiently through piles of dress shirts, slacks, and napkins, even large items like tablecloths and curtains.
Natural. Easy. Convenient.
Quickly get to those tight spots like collars and cuffs without rotating the iron or yourself. Unlike conventional corded irons, the multi-directional, cordless 360° Freestyle iron's innovative design makes it possible to iron in any direction with precision, ease, and speed.
With its stainless, curved bottom and sleek, ergonomic design, the iron glides smoothly and effortlessly--naturally move in any direction without bunching or wrinkling the fabric.
Experience the Freedom of Cordless Ironing
Our cordless steam iron helps take the hassle out of ironing. There is no cord to get tangled or caught on the end of the ironing board, so ironing is quick and easy.
Stay Clean Vents
An anti-calcium system prevents clogged steam vents by reducing the sediment build-up in the vaporizing chamber of the iron.
Anti-Drip System provides a water seal inside the iron to protect fabrics from water spotting.
Electronic Temperature Control
Easy touch system to select desired temperature.
Select the Amount of Steam for the Job
The adjustable steam button allows you to select just the right amount of steam required for your ironing needs. Choose regular steam for heavier fabrics or light steam for touch-ups.
Steam or Dry Ironing--the Choice is Yours
With our steam/dry selector, you can select to steam or dry iron by simply pushing a button.
2-for-1 with Jet-of-Steam and Self-Cleaning
A powerful burst of steam helps remove stubborn wrinkles when ironing. It also helps clean the steam vents on the soleplate after ironing.
Spray Mist the Wrinkles Away!
The spay mist button helps eliminate stubborn wrinkles by directing extra moisture where necessary.
With the push of a button, the vertical steam feature allows you to direct a burst of steam to hanging garments. Steam generates from all the steam holes for fast results.
Auto Shut-Off Remembers to Turn Off the Iron When You Don't
Equipped with an electronic sensor, the iron will automatically shut itself off after it has been left on the charging base for more than 10 minutes.
Simple to Use
- Set the charging base onto the ironing board. Pull the AC power cord from the cord reel on the base and plug into an outlet. With the AC power cord on the base there's no cord on the iron to get in your way.
- Fill the detachable water tank with water.
- Set the temperature with the "set" button.
- Start ironing.
- Put the iron back on the charging base every time you rearrange the garment on your ironing board to keep the iron hot.
Awarded the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, the innovative 360° Freestyle iron measures approximately 11-1/5 by 6-8/9 by 8-2/7 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.
Top customer reviews
It is light weight and gets good and hot. It is small to be able to get into small areas. I
iron almost everything. When I found this on Amazon I was really excited. I have been
using it for about a month now and it is every bit as good as my first one.
It seems to be better at making steam than her old iron.
This expensive little item can be thought of as Cordless Iron v2.0, with some real improvements. Unfortunately, Panasonic missed the sweet price point by a factor of two, but if that's not a problem for you, then this might be the best iron out there. It's heavy enough to be effective, yet light enough to be an all-day tool.
It heats up INCREDIBLY fast, like from dead cold with a full reservoir, it's puffing steam and ready to work in one minute flat. I never understood why irons are iron-shaped, with one sharp end and an awkward flat end that gets caught on seams and pockets when naturally sliding backward. This one is double-ended, solving that problem and allowing for detailed ironing in both directions. (One commenter mentions getting one for quilting: I'll bet he's thrilled with it.) Panasonic claims it's "360 degree" and it is, up to a point: the curl on the edges of the soleplate allows you to effectively move sideways, even over fairly rough seams, but that probably won't feel natural to you, either. The fully-retractable cord on the base is a nice touch.
One concern I had is that the stand for the iron is 95% plastic, with plastic rollers that contact the soleplate directly. I parked the iron on High for a long time (it cycles on and off, naturally). The plastic paid no attention. An iron mostly made out of "Plastics" would have been a punch-line back in 1967 when "The Graduate" was made, but is an actual selling point today.
(This part exclusively for guys.) First, a quick sanity check: Are you thinking of buying this as a present for your sweetie? PLEASE understand that when she is asked why she ditched you, she'll summarize the entire relationship with: "He bought me an iron for my birthday."
Ironing doesn't exactly come naturally to us, but I have several really nice shirts that I never wore because the collars turn into pretzels when washed. A good iron like this takes care of that problem in no time, but is actually so pleasant to use that the entire shirt ends up getting ironed, and then a few pairs of pants besides. I sheepishly admit that I did further research, discovered it's better to use a good spray starch like this one only on collars and cuffs; use spray "sizing" everywhere else.
Very nice machine. Feed it an exclusive diet of distilled water, and enjoy.
Now for he manual, which is actually useful. I've summarized the important details below, to save you from the usual endless lawyer-noise, like "NEVER IRON CLOTHES ON THE BODY." (No, I didn't make it up: lawyer-noise is impossible to satirize.)
Two obvious buttons, marked well with icons: Extra Steam Blast, and Squirt Of Water. The manual says Extra Steam Blast only works reliably on High, but from my experience it also works fine on Low. Squirt of Water is extremely mist-like, even from cold, so spotting should never be a problem - some real engineering went into that little feature.
One three-way switch, clearly icon-marked as No Steam, Steam, Extra Steam.
Less obvious: The water reservoir detaches from the base. There's a little button on the front stem of the handle, allowing you to pull the reservoir and all its controls off. This allows you to fill the iron from a shallow sink, preheat the iron while filling the reservoir, or use the iron as a dry-iron with the water reservoir detached. (The manual doesn't mention that little weight-saving slant.)
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