Summary: Great iron. Takes a little getting used to, but being wireless makes ironing much easier. Be aware that this iron can not get as hot as some plugin versions--it maxed out at 158.9F, while the plugin maxed out at 180F. Time to max temperature for both types of irons was approximately 2 minutes.
Summary: This is a higher priced item so I understand it's not on everyone's budget. I do a lot of ironing so for me it's a great investment. Now I've only used it a hand full of times, but it's been a great replacement from my older iron.
Summary: I purchased this to replace my 25+ year old basic steam iron. After 30+ years of corded ironing, I was ready to try something new. Due to poor reviews for most cordless irons, I was worried this iron would not heat quick enough or retain its heat long enough to meet my needs.
Summary: This iron worked for just over two months. When the company (Panasonic) was called, they told us to send it to the repair center in Texas, at a cost of $15.96. They waited three weeks and sent a iron with a cord. We called three times and we're told someone would call us back each time.
Summary: ...I can't. I spend more time ironing using this iron than any other I have used before. The iron cools down so fast that I'm going over the same part of the shirt over and over and over again trying to get the wrinkles out, but they won't.
Summary: Great design and easy to use. The price is great for a very good iron. I have been using cordless for a long time now, and this one has been the lowest priced with great design, and very light.
Wastes too much of my time, take a long time to reheat. Also drips.
Erica M., Amazon
18 February 2014
Summary: I waste a lot of time waiting for the iron to reheat on the base plate. I liked the idea of the cord not getting in the way but it is not worth all the time standing around waiting for the iron to reheat. I've had it 11 months and it just started dripping also.
Summary: I really dislike this iron and I'm not sure why I thought it was a good idea. I guess I didn't read the description thoroughly. I thought it would be rechargeable and didn't realize it cools down almost immediately after removing it from the base.
Summary: As a sewer and Quilter I have owned many irons and have always found that the cord gets in my way or restricts where I take it. I have also tripped over the cord a number of times, resulting in the iron falling on the floor.