6632Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Recommendations for iron?
- Jul 6 9:08 PMWe like Rowentas. They have given us good service, though we have killed 3
so far - but two of them were by dropping them point-first on a concrete
floor (not intentionally, really!! <g>). The other one lasted for about 5
years, then finally got so it would turn off randomly (not the
auto-shut-off) and then not restart for a while. The workhorse we had
before the Rowentas was a Black and Decker, but I believe their quality now
is not as good as it was then. HTH.
At 11:52 PM 7/5/2005, you wrote:
>I've been wanting to get a high quality iron for a while. The local"Those Who Fail To Learn History
>Jo-Ann's had an unadvertised sale on irons so I rather impulsively picked
>up a Rowenta PowerGlide 2 (for about $50). Hitting epinions.com I see
>that some folks have serious complaints about Rowenta's service. I know
>that there are a lot of really experienced folks on this list and if
>anyone would know about irons, it'd be you. I may just return this iron
>Does anyone have a recommendation for a quality iron under $75 that
>will last for years?
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