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Steam irons

Black & Decker The Classic F67E
 
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$23.99 - $79.22
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Summary: This Black & Decker conventional steam iron was good in overall performance. This iron has auto-shutoff which is a safety feature that powers the iron down when left stationary for a short time, and a aluminium sole plate. Has ready light to indicate that iron is up to temperature.
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Type: Conventional steam irons
About - Black & Decker The Classic F67E

The Black & Decker The Classic F67E is part of the steam iron test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, steam iron models like the The Classic F67E are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.


Steaming rate:
Steaming is calculated over a period of 10 minutes, except for the cordless which are evaluated over a 3 minute period.

Ironing fabric:
Based on: ironing a linen table cloth, thermostat set point, temperature swing and uniformity of soleplate thermal pattern.

Ease of use:
Rates a number of factors, including how easy it was to set, fill, and empty the iron, and to see water levels and markings and indicator lights. Other factors include leaking and how well the iron steamed at low settings.
About This Brand

The major brand in the category, Black & Decker offers a wide range of irons with varying types of sole plates, including stainless steel, nonstick, and the newly introduced ceramic. New technology from the brand is the availability of steam on all temperature settings, including at low temperatures. They are sold at department stores, Target, Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, and through online retailers. Prices range from $20 to $80.

Features & Specs - Black & Decker The Classic F67E
info Digital display No
info Weight (lbs.) 3.2
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User Reviews - Black & Decker The Classic F67E
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
 
5.0
the best for sewing
8/3/2013
Pros
Gets Wrinkles Out Great
Perfect For Sewing
Stainless Steal
Well Made
Cons
Best Uses
Ironing Tuff Wrinkles
Sewing
Comment:
If you want the good old fashioned and reliable iron, none of the fancy stuff with plastic parts to break, then you want this. Their 45 rating is really strange, I found this after a very expensive Rowena simply couldn't get the wrinkles out of my husband's cotton shirts. No comparison! This is a simple, and excellent iron. Plus, because it is heavier than others, you work A LOT less, the weight of the iron does the flattening for you rather than you having to push down. If you sew, and are trying to flatten seams, this is exactly what you want. Sorry, if you think quality means a lite iron, you likely don't iron much.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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