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October 3, 2011


My Iron had  an accident,and I need a new one any opinions? What about this Reliable iron?

I would certainly appreciate any comments, suggestions.


Brynwood Needleworks said...

I haven't heard a word about this iron, yet, but I LOVE the color! Irons have gotten so cool. I'll keep checking back to see what you hear from other sewing gals in the blogiverse.

Angela Michaud-Mourer said...

Neat colors!!!

When I replaced my iron a year ago, I got an Oliso and I love it for quilting. You never stand it up on it's heel, it has magic lifting feet that extend when you rest it plate down on the ironing board. When you place your hand on the handle, the feet retract and you iron. Let go, and the feet rise again. The auto shut off is 30 minutes, which I really like, other irons turn off too quickly. Also, I usually have a cat dancing around my ironing board and the safety of having an iron that's plate is always down is a great safety feature. It gets good and hot and steams well. However, to tackle my antique table linens, I use my Rowenta, which is heavier and hot enough to scorch, so does those linens better than the Oliso. If you look at them, they do come in different models, I bought the yellow one. Highly recommend it.

Barb said...

I would buy it just for the color!!

Val said...

I have never saw one of these but it sure if gorgeous!!!