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T-fal FV1535 Optiglide Ceramic Iron

Item# 00806953000P | Model# FV1535 | Added on January 14, 2016 |
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T-fal FV1535 Optiglide Ceramic Iron
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Tackle Stubborn Wrinkles With the T-fal Optiglide ceramic iron, you can effortlessly make wrinkled clothes look pristine. This iron features multiple material settings, auto shut-off, anti-drip and a ceramic plate. A steam trigger allows you to deliver a shot of moisture to tackle stubborn wrinkles, and the cord neatly wraps around the base for convenient storage.

  • 1,550 watts of steam power to beat tough wrinkles
  • Multiple material settings are convenient
  • Auto shut-off lends safety and easy use
  • Anti-drip feature keeps things tidy
  • Steam trigger eases ironing process
  • Ceramic plate glides smoothly
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By Carpe
March 23rd, 2016
Pours Water

Works but every thirty seconds, it pours water from its tank through the steam holes onto your item being ironed, then you have to dry that spot.

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September 26th

i wouldnt buy this product again


I iron clothes, jeans, pillow cases....the iron does not get hot enough to iron the wrinkle from my clothes, even using spray starch; nor does the iron get my clothes dry after 10-20 minutes of ironing. Although it has a non stick plate, it sticks to the item I'm ironing when using a starch which claims to provide non-stick ironing.

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