This is a pressing issue: does having a high quality iron really make a difference in the quality of the press?
You bet it does!
You want irons that are going to make the task at hand easy and give you results that help you look your best.
These are the best selling irons out there.
5 – Sunbeam Steam Master Iron
Iron with the Sunbeam advantage of no leaks, no mess and no worry with anti-drip technology and 3-Way Motion Smart technology to automatically shut iron off if left unattended or set in improper position.
Shot of Steam
Provides an extra burst of steam for deep penetration of stubborn wrinkles. You can use this feature while Dry or Steam ironing as long as the Fabric Select Dial is set to wool, cotton, or linen.
4 – Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master
Stainless steel soleplate
Microsteam400 stainless soleplate with precision tip provides excellent glide, scratch resistance and optimal steam diffusion.
Powerful 1700-Watt steam
Pro Master comes with 1700 watts of power, it provides superior steam performance and results thanks to a powerful shot of steam that is pushed with high pressure into the fabrics creasing out wrinkles even on the thickest garments.
3 – BLACK+DECKER IR03V Easy Steam Iron
Get the perfect setting every time. Select how much steam you’ll need for each job, whether it’s flat on the ironing board or vertical on a hanger.
On-iron fabric guide is a great added feature to make sure the iron is set to the right temperature. Just select the fabric being ironed and the iron adjusts accordingly. This handy guide also tells you when to use steam.
2 – Rowenta DW5080 Focus 1700-Watt Micro Steam Iron
For perfect results down to the highest level of detail
An outstanding value, Rowenta’s ‘Made in Germany’ iron offers impressive steam capabilities along with enhanced features, including a sharper precision tip and easy-read ergonomic controls.
Self Cleaning System
Flushes out loose mineral deposits ensuring optimal performance.
1 – Black & Decker D2030 Auto-Off Digital Advantage Iron
The clear-view display shows the current ironing mode so you can make sure you’re getting the best results for any fabric. The number chart is printed on the water tank.
Variable Temperature and Steam
An intuitive dial let’s you find the best temperature and steam settings for any type of garment.