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Travel Smart Mini Iron 3.5 5 2 2
Perfect little travel iron I had three requirements for a travel iron. 1. Must be small/light. 2. Iron out most of the wrinkles from my clothes. 3. Must have dual voltage. This little "jewel" meets all three! It's only 12oz packed in its cloth travel bag and it is about the size of a computer mouse, and has an 8.5 foot cord – Perfect! There is no on-off switch, so just plug it in, wait a minute and it's ready. I found it heats enough to touch up my shirts, suit pants and ties. I also use a small spray bottle of water to lightly mist the garment if necessary. I found that I need to press a little more and go a little slower while ironing and sometimes go over it several times to get all the wrinkles out, let's be realistic - Don't expect this little $25.00 jewel to perform like a $150.00 Rowenta steam iron. This is just for light touchups using a bath towel on the hotel dresser (although my wife used it on the bed just fine). Don't expect to iron your wool suit and have look like it came back from the cleaners. Finally, the dual voltage (110/220). I only bring this travel iron with me when I travel to Europe. In the states the hotel rooms (at least the ones I stay at) all have irons and ironing boards. In Europe, I usually like to stay at small quaint hotels with European character - which translates to "no iron in the room". So for me, this little baby does the trick. It's tiny, it's light, and it freshens up my clothes, works with 110 /220 volts, what more can I ask for $25.00? November 21, 2013
not worth it Granted it was light-weight for packing but once you plugged it on and turned it on, it heated very hot no matter what setting you had it on. Because it was light-weight and the chord short, you had to make sure it didn't fall on the floor. Not user friendly. October 17, 2013
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