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B&D ASO1200w SS Soleplate Iron
|List Price:||CDN$ 69.71|
|Price:||CDN$ 60.63 FREE SHIPPING.|
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- 1200w steam iron
- Smart Steam
- Motion sensitive/multiposition auto Off
- Nonstick soleplate
- Surge of steam
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1200w steam iron. Smart Steam. Motion sensitive/multiposition auto Off. Nonstick soleplate. Surge of steam. Vertical steam. Spray mist. Anti-drip. Auto Clean . 1200W. Soft-grip handle. Swivel cord. White/blue. Type: Smart Steam Motion Sensitive, Auto Off?: Yes, Soleplate: Nonstick, Power Rating: 1200W, Color: White/Blue, Cord Type: Swivel
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Would only recommend the QuickPress to those who need something quick and cheap, and who are prepared to ditch it after not much use. Definitely NOT for people who sew or quilt!!
The second straw arrived when water started leaking like a broken faucet but I thought this was anti-drip. I would then have to unplug the cord and back in once more to get it reheated.
The third and final straw, which I initially thought would never occur; the stainless steel surface is no longer something I desire for an iron because residue of sorts begins to collect and produces a "burned" stain on the surface. I tried removing with a wet cloth but it doesn't seem to work. Why can't this iron do anything right? I purchased from Macy's three months ago, so I hope to get a refund or exchange for a better, non-stainless steel iron. Buyer beware!
I love that it has an auto shut-off, but this is ridiculous. I must have a really faulty machine because it shuts off when stationary and turns on when I jiggle it. Seriously, I put my hand in front of the plate and jiggled it and I could feel the heat kick on. Then I held it motionless for 10 seconds and could feel the heat dissipating. Within a minute it was stone cold. A few jiggles, and warmth!
The other thing is, no matter what dial you turn to- whether 1 or 6, it's just warm. Not hot, just warm. I believe that problem is due to the auto shut-off. Pretty sure it takes more than 10 seconds to get to max heat, but I would have to shake it to death until it got there. I don't like to spaz-out on my ironing board.
If you like speed ironing, try this one. Otherwise just spend $20 more on a better Black & Decker iron.