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Thread: IRON

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    Member Prov31's Avatar
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    I also had a leaking Rowenta for several years. I absolutely love my Reliable steam generator iron. It produces a huge amount of steam and you can bypass the auto shutoff as well. This is the model that I have:
    http://www.amazon.com/Velocity-V50-C...9093900&sr=8-3
    I did also try the next model up, but it was heavier and louder and I prefer this one.

    Kathleen

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    Thanks for all your help! Now I'll get busy planning what I want to buy.

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    Senior Member lovequilting2's Avatar
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    I have a Oliso that I bought on EBay for $24.00 and I love it.

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    I use Sunbeam (from Walmart)had an older model previously, but got the last one in 2009 (still going strong there). Never had trouble with them leaking. The only thing I don't like with this one is it shuts off automatically.

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