Best Steam Irons 2013
Jason Loper
Jan 23, 2013
Whether it's to iron all your shirts every laundry day or just pulled out to freshen up your curtains, a reliable iron is a must-have. We looked around the web at the best irons and found six models that tend to be most positively reviewed. Black & Decker D2030 Auto-Off Digital Advantage Iron from Amazon At just under $40, this iron is a great budget option. Of the over 1,500 reviews on Amazon, more than 1,100 give this iron 5-stars. $39.99 Electrolux Perfect Glide Iron from Amazon This iron popped up on a couple of top iron posts from around the web and also got good reviews from Amazon users. $79.49 Panasonic Steam Iron from Target Reviewers have stated that once you go cordless, there's no going back. This cordless iron has gotten all 5-star positive reviews at Target.com. $55.99 Hamilton Beach Smart Lift Iron from Sears This is a perfect iron for the clumsy among us. Instead of sitting upright, a base pops out of the bottom for resting the iron while in use. Plus, the auto-shut off mode can be turned off. $69.12 Panasonic Cordless 360° Freestyle Another cordless option, this iron also has a cool design. It's reviewed highly by users. $99.95 J420 Steam Iron Station from Brookstone If you're really serious about ironing, you may want to look into a professional quality iron like this one. Reviews around the web boast that this iron is as close to professional quality as you can get from a home iron. $299 In researching irons we found that Rowenta, while considered a luxury brand, hasn't reviewed well. Many users complained that their Rowenta irons died after less than a year of use. Do you have a favorite iron? Share yours with us in the comments below. BEST IRON POSTS FROM AROUND THE WEBSteam Irons: Best of the Test at Good HousekeepingThe Best Irons at Real SimpleBest Steam Irons at Consumer Search MORE APARTMENT THERAPY ANNUAL GUIDESBest Paper Shredders 2013Best Storage Beds 2012Best Under Desk File Cabinets 2013 (Images: As credited above.)
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