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Old 05-28-2011, 02:24 PM
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Panasonic Cordless Steam/Dry Iron

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

It is truly amazing how using such a small appliance with a thoughtful feature can suddenly make your life so much easier. After finding the iron in my home left plugged in a few times (of course no one knows who did it), it was enough to put me in a panic. I was not so much concerned about a fire because it did have an automatic shut off, as I was with the thought of one of my youngest pulling on the hanging cord out of curiosity. I had heard about cordless irons so I thought I would give one a try.

This is probably the best $69 I've spent in a long time. We try to avoid using dry cleaners at all costs since they are so damaging to the environment. When I shop for myself and the kids, we try not to wear too many things that need ironing but my husband does so I really do end up doing quite a bit of ironing every week. Once you do not have a cord you will never want to iron with a traditional iron again!

The bottom of this iron is stainless steel. It has an automatic shut off, easy to use controls and three heat settings, which is really all you need. The iron heats up while it is sitting in the charger base and then you just lift it out of there and it is ready to use. It has a spray mist and an adjustable steam setting and it heats up incredibly fast. The water reservoir is small so if you have a lot of ironing to do you will need to fill it half way through. That being said, one of the best features about this iron, other than being cordless, is that it does not drip. Also, the water tank is transparent so it is easy to see when it needs filling. Whether you have a little or a lot of ironing to do, it won't feel like such a chore with this iron.

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 20, 2010
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