Cheap feel, odd design of this iron leaves wrinkles in my brow
1 week ago
Summary: I bought this iron when I dropped my last one (a Black and Decker) one too many times and it finally stopped working. As other reviews have noted, this one is indeed quite top heavy, but is surprisingly more stable standing on the ironing board compared to my last, more traditionally shaped iron, probably because they had to take carefully design the legs to compensate for this.
Summary: I admit, I bought this iron mainly for how it looks. After using it a couple times though, I am thoroughly impressed. It heats well, stands upright securely ( I was a little concerned about this) and the controls are simple and easy. The shape takes a little getting used to in the way you iron but once you get the hang of it it is more convenient.
Summary: I purchased this for my wife's old Sunbeam steam iron that finally bit the dust after 15 yrs. I was a little worried because women are funny about their irons, go figure. She loves it. It constantly delivers lots of steam and way outperforms the old Sunbeam. I would recommend this iron to anyone with no reservations. Creasing her pants has never been easier and the napkins for the table are done in no time at all. I would gladly purchase another one.