Well, I'm procrastinating, but I will iron something today. It's all about the irons really, isn't it??? I would appreciate the "perfect" iron. I usually end up having to replace my own due to dropping it, and end up getting whatever Costco is selling that day.
Once I was tempted to get a supposedly "super duper" iron when I took a quilting course, but then and now the price seemed a bit daunting unless I committed to ironing in a well padded room. I now have a rather odd T-Fal...the only good thing about it is that it does shut off automatically, a feature that I totally require.
I have been known to be as far away as Kingston and having to call a neighbour to go in and see if I'd turned off the iron! I don't mind ironing, really, I don't, but I would love it if someone has what they consider the best machine for the job!
Is anyone out there HAPPY with their iron??? Consumers reports rating in order:
1. Black and Decker Digital Advantage D2030 as their "Best Buy" ($50)
2. Hamilton Beach Professional 14970
3. Rowenta Professional DM890 "Most Expensive" ($120)
4. Kenmore (Sears) KSR400
5. Conair DPP3000R
6. Euro-Pro Shark Professional G1490