Summary: Yes, irons come with instructions too. This little iron when properly used will work perfectly well with no leakage whatsoever. For those of you experiencing leaking try the following, make sure the steam option is off before filling up the iron with water, after filling up the tank, plug in the...
Excellent for ZOMBIES. Also, I hate ironing just a little bit less with this Panasonic steam/dry iron.
Dr. Tom's Reviews "Tom Hunter", Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I hate ironing just a little bit less with this Panasonic steam/dry iron. It gets the job done, quickly, without any hassles, and it's definitely reasonably priced. It's also an excellent backup weapon for the zombie apocalypse, as its light weight makes it possible to smack down multiple zombies...
Summary: UPDATE: After three weeks of light use, it leaks water out the front instead of spraying. Disappointed. PROS: It makes a LOT of steam! It has a sprayer (no need for a spray bottle on the ironing board) It does NOT have an auto shutoff! (So annoying to get up from sewing and have the iron be cold.
Summary: My wife came to me with a big 'ole tear in her eye, "My iron is leaking." She's an occasional iron user, and gets it out a couple times a month to touch things up. The one that started leaking is one of the first non-stick irons of about 30 years in age. I guess she got her money out of it.
Summary: With over 200 five-star reviews I was pretty sure this was a good-quality product for the money, and couldn't wait for it to arrive. I have a rowenta that does not get hot enough, but that is the only problem, though significant in my mind.
Works perfectly, just doesn't have an auto-off feature
Susan Newhall "Susan Newhall", Amazon
9 September 2014
Summary: Great iron, especially for the price. Works as expected, isn't too heavy, but also isn't so light that you need to press it down to get a crisply-ironed look. The only drawback is that there is no auto-off.
Summary: So once the iron heats up, the water spits out of the holes and creates a huge puddle under the iron (not good with an electric appliance). It also pours water all over the clothes I'm trying to iron, which is not helpful.
Summary: I really wanted a Philips iron but apparently they are not available here in the USA. I looked at reviews for several Rowentas but the complaints about the decline in quality made me less inclined to spend a lot of money that I wouldn't be happy with six months from now. Enter the Panasonic..
Summary: I was so excited to receive my new iron and we used it to iron a shirt. After it cooled I put it on my iron hanger/shelf and came in a few minutes later to a floor covered in water. Is there something I am missing?