Panasonic NI-L70SRW Cordless Iron, Curved Stainless Steel Soleplate, White/Clear Green

December 17, 2018 - Comment

NIL70SR – CORDLESS IRON/SS SOLEPLATE – Cordless Technology Stainless Steel Soleplate for smooth ironing Automatic Retractable Cord Reel for storage of cord Jet-of-Steam/Self Cleaning for vent cleaning Vertical Steam for easy steaming of garments Product Features 3-piece cordless steam/dry iron set makes ironing safer and easier Sturdy charging base with automatic retractable cord and steam/temperature

NIL70SR – CORDLESS IRON/SS SOLEPLATE –

  • Cordless Technology
  • Stainless Steel Soleplate for smooth ironing
  • Automatic Retractable Cord Reel for storage of cord
  • Jet-of-Steam/Self Cleaning for vent cleaning
  • Vertical Steam for easy steaming of garments

    Product Features

    • 3-piece cordless steam/dry iron set makes ironing safer and easier
    • Sturdy charging base with automatic retractable cord and steam/temperature chart
    • Ergonomic iron features stainless-steel soleplate, pushbutton and electronic controls, automatic shut-off, anti-drip system, and “Stay Clean” steam vents
    • 3 heat settings, adjustable steam, spray mist, jet-of-steam/self-cleaning, and vertical steam options
    • Removable water tank; heat-resistant transparent carrying case
  • Comments

    Anonymous says:

    Don’s hesitate to get cordless – it stays plenty hot and steamy off the base for a while and re-charges quickly!!! This is a 1600 watt, weighty and high quality iron. It has plenty of steam and heat for a long time off the base and it takes no time to re-charge the iron between pressings. If you quilt, you will LOVE this iron. It also has an OFF button on the iron so you can decide to shut it off if you know its gunna be a while before u use it again in order to save electricity. Note – It takes no time to re-heat when u go back to turn it on, but only after you have heated it up initially when you…

    Anonymous says:

    No “indicator” light!? and other feedback from an avid quilter and everyday iron user I bought this iron to replace my Maytag MLI7500, which went haywire on me after over 10 years use. I chose it because it was most like my old one and I didn’t really want to change. The Panasonic version is perfect in every way except for one: it is missing the key feature that makes a cordless iron functional. When I purchased it, I noted in the pictures that it had indication lights for temperature control, as did my old one. However, upon using the Panasonic, these “indicator” lights…

    Anonymous says:

    If you want a valid warranty, don’t buy this from Zebra Deals!!! After about 8 or 9 months of very light usage, this iron stopped getting hot enough to do anything. It’s max temp has become 137 degrees Fahrenheit.It was still within in the 1-year warranty period, so I sent it back to Panasonic for repair. Today Panasonic returned it to me unrepaired, with the written comment that I bought it from a “non authorized dealer.” I bought it from Zebra Deals through Amazon.Do NOT buy this from Zebra Deals (or probably any…

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