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Thread: New Iron

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    All irons go to hell.

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    I have 3 rowentas and i am curious to know what you ladies mean " fire". I love mine and been with me for over 9 yrs.

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    oliso

    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom View Post
    Try the Oliso. 1800 watts, a long auto shut-off (which I love), a very long (12') cord. They're pricey ... but I think they're worth it.

    http://www.oliso.com/index.php/oliso...rs-sewers.html
    I love my Oliso. Took some getting use to by just letting go when done and not setting it up but I love it Like the extra long cord.
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    I purchase an 1800 watt Oliso for THAT PRICY COST! It has been less that 6 months and IT DOES NOT GET HOT ANYMORE!. So disappointed. I'm going to head to the $$ store, thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewmany View Post
    I have 3 rowentas and i am curious to know what you ladies mean " fire". I love mine and been with me for over 9 yrs.
    Fire means "fire" with smoke and flames and stuff inside the iron sizzling and melting. I am done with Rowentas. The love affair is over.

    EDIT: Older Rs' may be totaly diferent from what they make today. Like two diferent animals.
    Last edited by ube quilting; 05-28-2013 at 04:27 PM.
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