Summary: This is a nice heavy iron that does a wonderful job for the price. The quality seems to be a through back to a time when things were made with quality in mind. The steam function works well. Overall a good buy for the price.
Summary: I can't believe I'm writing a review on an iron. My other iron stopped working, so bought this one. The low price, unbelievable for the quality of how this iron works. I've had this iron for about a month and press clothes twice a week. I'm the type of presser that usually had my thumb practically glued to the steam button. Thought I made a mistake with this iron, no steam button; could not be more wrong. I am still amazed at how well this iron presses clothes.
Summary: I have used this iron for years. It lasts well, gets good and hot, had more weight than other irons. I love linens and cottons and this iron with a shot of spray starch is the best at getting a smooth and lasting finish. Wish I had a nickel for every set of scrubs I Have ironed with this brand iron. They are not easy to find without searching on the Internet. Thanks Walmart.
Summary: You use to be able to buy this iron in any store that sold irons and now you can only get it by ordering it. I have used many irons but this one is far better than any iron I have used. I brought two because I am so afraid that it is going to be discontinued.
Summary: This Black and Decker iron is the best iron I had so far. It heats up very quick and gives excellent iron results. It's heavy (for better results) and very easy to operate. The only con is that you cannot control the level of steam it gives. It's either on or off.
Summary: This is a nice iron. My wife likes it because it is light and easy for her to use. It is the second one we have owned. The only problem with the previous one is that it only lasted about two years. The cord connection broke at the pivot point in the handle and the iron quit heating. These appliances are made cheaply in China and can't be repaired unless you have special tools to dismantle them.