With 1,700 watts of power, this iron is able to remove tough wrinkles from a variety of fabrics.
-Has 400 soleplate holes to evenly distribute steam
-Comes with an anti-drip lid
-Operates with tap water
-Has a short one-year warranty
-Prone to leaks on the high heat setting
If a piece on your iron breaks within the first three years of ownership, Sunbeam will complete the repairs for free.
-Has a self-clean system to keep it free of mineral deposits
-Has smart technology that automatically shuts the iron off if it’s left unattended
-Comes with an eight-foot retractable cord
-Some customers had issues with the retractable cord breaking
-Doesn’t effectively remove wrinkles from thick fabrics
This iron has a cordless design and a cover, making it easy to take with you on trips.
-Offers a lot of power at 1,500 watts even though it’s cordless
-Comes with a lightweight carrying case
-Has touch buttons for temperature control
-Weighs more than the other irons in this review even though it’s meant to be portable
-Needs frequent recharging
This iron has a convenient fabric guide to tell you which of its six temperature settings to use.
-Has a 360-degree pivoting cord
-Engineered to prevent water dripping
-Has a spray mist option that moistens fabrics
-The water tank requires frequent refilling
-Has the least amount of power in this review at 1,200 watts
This iron works quickly when you’re in a pinch, as it reaches its maximum temperature in less than a minute and regenerates steam in three seconds.
-Offers vertical steam to remove wrinkles from hanging garments, such as curtains
-Has three adjustable steam settings
-Includes a digital thermostat with four temperature settings
-The water tank cover is made from flimsy material
-Doesn’t have microholes like some of the other irons on the market, affecting how evenly it distributes steam