This Euro Steam also came with a travel size iron which is nice for retreats and also packs well in a suitcase for vacation. Mine has been to Alaska and back.
Recently, my regular iron died. So I decided to try another Dollar General iron. I had bought one before and was very pleased with it. When I went to Dollar General they had two irons to choose from: $15 steam iron with auto shut-off or $9 steam iron that didn't have auto shut-off. I bought the $9 iron. Love it!!! No auto shut-off is my friend. I would recommend this inexpensive iron.
I have found that the cheap ones last as long as the expensive ones. After having this one for a week, Black Friday ads arrived. Bergners had a T-Fal iron on sale for $19.97. Now the T-Fal is the best iron I have ever owned. I had it for 11 years and its the one that just died. It had been knocked off my ironing board more times than I can count and kept working until recently. I think I got my monies worth so I bought another.
In closing if you just need an iron on a budget I recommend the $9 iron at Dollar General. If you want a quality iron at a medium price I recommend the T-Fal iron. If you want an expensive iron to work on all kinds of fabrics, steam for difficult creases, and no auto shut-off, I also recommend the Euro Steam.
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Yours in quilting,