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B&D ASO1200w SS Soleplate Iron

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  • BD ASO1200w SS Soleplate Iron
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.5 x 17 cm ; 1.4 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Item model number: F976
  • ASIN: B0038KP5LI
  • Date first available at March 31 2011
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BD ASO1200w SS Soleplate Iron

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 3.5 out of 5 stars 23 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Same as every other cheap iron out there July 10 2013
By peanuts408 - Published on
First, the good points: I love the simplicity of the controls on the Black & Decker QuickPress iron, and I think it is a good enough buy for a college student. As for the bad points.... This iron, true to its price point, has a short life span. Ours is about 2 years old (coincidentally, since that seems to be the life span of a "modern" iron), and it needs replacement. It leaks and spits water everywhere. The front of the plastic housing is discolored from heat (it looks scorched). The soleplate doesn't get hot enough to be effective on linen and cotton -- you have to really wet the fabric ahead of time. There is no cap over the water inlet (seriously???!), which means it has a tendency to spill water everywhere. Lastly, the auto shutoff feature is really annoying. I understand why it's there, but would 15 or 20 minutes be so much to ask (rather than the measly 7 or 8 you get)?

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!!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Black & Decker F976 Quickpress Iron Jan. 28 2014
By Jay - Published on
I iron quite often .I have been using this Black & Decker F976 Quickpress Iron for the last few months. It is not very very light, but it got the right amount of weight required to get rid of wrinkles without pressing much. I like it.

I was surprised at how quickly it heated up and ready to go and how quickly it cools down and can be easily stored. The steam is great and powerful.
There is no cap over the water inlet, so if you are not very careful and ironing very fast( moving forward and backward) , a few drops of water can come out of the water inlet, because of the waves created inside the water tank. It takes a couple of days to learn the trick! I have had no issues of leaking, as reported by other users. I am happy with my iron.

It heats up super-fast, from totally cold to maximum hot in a minute or two.
Right amount of weight, and it does a good job on shirts, slacks, and jeans. The water level is visible, and it comes with a with a pouring spot which makes refilling very easy
A good blast of steam.
It really works great. I think if one uses it properly, it works like charm.
I had a Panasonic iron and it stopped working just after the warranty period. I tried to reach them many times by email. They do not even respond. I had a similar experience with my Panasonic microwave oven. I guess they do not care about customers.

Again it is from the good old Black & Decker! Their Customer support is awesome and it is worth for the money.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor Quality - don't waste your money Jan. 21 2011
By Lego mama - Published on
I received this iron as a Christmas gift. From the very first time I used it, water leaked from various parts leaving water spots all over my clothes. I haven't even bothered to try the "smart steam" - too much water leaks out for that to work effectively! I usually throw away my iron once it starts leaking, but this one is NEW. Since it was a gift from an out of town family member, I don't even have the receipt to return it! I am very disappointed, and won't be purchasing any other B&D iron anytime soon!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Gosh Darn Awful April 26 2011
By E. Walker - Published on
I purchased this iron with a few things in mind; anti-drip and affordable but the iron completed only one of those. I iron quite often and I realize with this purchase, you surely get what you pay for. As soon as the iron turned on, it simply turned itself off, while I was gliding along the pants leg. I could understand if I let it rest to the side for five minutes, but to do so while ironing, huh?

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!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Faulty Auto Shut-off Feature Aug. 25 2014
By Jenni & Cale - Published on
I bought the Black & Decker Quick Press Iron from Kohls on sale for $35.99 (Reg $39.99) yesterday (8-24-14). I am returning it today.

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.