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Thread: Vintage General Electric Steam Travel Iron

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    Super Member tatavw01's Avatar
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    i see lots of post on irons here, well here's my too cents. this is the only iron i use. it never turns off and is nice and hot...you can make a grilled cheese. you can find them on ebay love it...love it...love it
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    looks like a great one

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    I LOOOOVVVVEEEE mine.

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    I have one I'd love to sell. Just PM me.

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    That is such a cool iron!!!!!!!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatavw01
    i see lots of post on irons here, well here's my too cents. this is the only iron i use. it never turns off and is nice and hot...you can make a grilled cheese. you can find them on ebay love it...love it...love it
    I love them Too! have Many! even a Lavender one! and lucky to have one that still has the spray bottle too! they are great irons for Quilting and taking to class. 8-)

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    I have seen one in an antique store and wondered why I don't hear much on these. I thought it was the neatest, May just have to go back and get it!

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    I picked one up at one of the local thrift stores for $2.50...new in the box, complete with water bulb, the bag, the warrenty paperwork and all...IT ROCKS! Have to be careful, as the whole iron gets hot, it's really not intended for lengthy sessions...I have one of my cast iron trivets under mine at all times, and am careful not to leave it plugged in.

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    That's just like the one I took to camp back in jr high.

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    I love them Too! have Many! even a Lavender one! and lucky to have one that still has the spray bottle too! they are great irons for Quilting and taking to class. 8-)[/quote]

    I had that lavender one oh so many years ago, got it with S&H green stamps!

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