I have had an issue it appears with irons lately, I can't seem to keep them.
My first one I had in a very long time replaced an old Hamilton Beach my mom had given me and it worked up until the day my hubby didn't notice it sitting on the wood stove until it smelled it melting.
I then picked up a Black and Decker at you know the WalMart store and less than 3 months later, it just died, quit working and that really upset me.
Then I wen to our local Goodwill store and managed to snag a great bargain at $2.99 on an older model Proctor Silex and it worked for awhile, but now the temperature doesn't adjust anymore and it sticks.
So, I am looking at Rowenta Irons as one option. Does anyone have a Rowenta, which one and do you feel Rowenta irons are worth the cost?
I have heard it said that Ricky Timms states 'all steam irons are eventually incontinent and leak.' So, does anyone know which one he uses?
Someone said that the Black and Decker Digital Advantage iron works great, however, I believe in once bitten...I am worried about trying Black and Decker again. My husband has also had some issues with recently purchased products from B&D, so maybe it is good to shy away.
Has anyone tried the Shark? I purchased one of their vacuums when they first came out and was soooooooo not impressed.
I know there are more out there...Panasonic, DeLonghi, etc.
I just don't want to be purchasing a new iron every year or so and if I have to, I will be buying them from the Goodwill. At least when it stops working, I will feel I got my $2.99 worth out of it.
Also, if any company out there that manufactures irons drops in on this post and would like me to try their product for a review, I am very open to trying any iron that is sent to me and giving it my honest opinion.