Ladies do any of you have this mini iron? If so do you like it? and how much did you pay for it? I have been looking at it in a shop here, and it runs on batteries or plugs in, what I like about it versus other mini irons is the cordless option and the steam option...it sells for $55.00 here in Australa, which I think is pricey, but it is fitted with the Australian plug, I'd have to buy an adapter to use in the US and the vice versa if I purchase it there, I actually have a converter plug already for Aussie to US...I think it would be great for classes.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kentucky_Sunshine,
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Jul 10, 2012, 07:03 AM
Looks good! I just have the little clover iron which I love but it plugs in only. Wonder how long the batteries last? That is a wonderful feature, I think.
Jul 10, 2012, 07:20 AM
I have a lil iron that I rec'd from a SS and I love it when taking classes. It's a bit different than this and doesn't use batteries. We sell this type at JA's and I can check the price when I'm at work later today [closing shift]. I'll post the price when I get home.
Is there a site that gives user feedback, on this iron? You might want to google it and see...
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Jul 10, 2012, 09:47 AM
I got mine from KeepsakeQuilter (ordered from the catalog) for $30. It comes in real handy, right beside my sewing machines with the "Steady Betty" pressing surface. Don't have to keep the big ironing board set up all the time.
Jul 10, 2012, 10:00 AM
Lisa - TX
I believe that this is the one that many of my friends had at a retreat. They love it and I have been thinking of getting one ever since . . . I have a small Rowenta that is not made anymore and it is still going strong. I believe that we saw it on Amazon a while back .
Jul 10, 2012, 10:46 AM
I have one and I love it. I use it more at home next to my sewing machine because it saves the on ups and downs and I like to press every seam. When I go to my sit and sew they have a professional Rowenta and I use it because the burst of steam but I love it when I go an a retreat.
Jul 10, 2012, 11:23 AM
I sell a lot of them at my shop. Everyone loves them.