A powerful iron with an interesting design - it has a pointed tip that lets it reach where most irons can't get into - in between buttons, etc.
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Pro It has good reach to all areas
The base plate has a pointed tip at the end that can easily reach in areas that are often hard to access, for example, between buttons and around zippers.
Pro It's very safe
There's a safety shut-off that turns the iron off if you leave it on the soleplate or lying on the side longer than 30 seconds or put it on the heel for more than 8 minutes.
Pro It glides easily on all fabrics
The soleplate is made out of stainless steel that glides easily on all fabrics.
Pro There are lots of settings for different fabric types
You can regulate the temperature and the amount of steam separately, so this iron will work well for very delicate as well as durable materials.
Con Heating up is slow
This iron takes about 4 minutes to fully heat up, which is quite unimpressive since a lot of steam irons only need 1-2 minutes.
Con You will have to press quite hard to smooth out the wrinkles
This is a lighter iron, it weighs less than 2 pounds, meaning you will have to put some force into ironing to get rid of the creases.
Con You can't see how much water is left in the tank
It's very easy to pour too much water in the tank because it's made out of non-transparent grey plastic that makes it hard to see how much water is left.
Con The heating up/cooling down indicators can be confusing
Contrary to what most people would expect, on this iron a blue light indicates that it's heating up. A red one shows that it has reached the right temperature.