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Thread: Eurosteam Iron with internal boiler

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    Senior Member QuilterGary's Avatar
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    Nov 2010
    Gallatin, TN
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    I was at the state fair this week and saw this iron and was very impressed. I did a search on the board and found that one person has one and likes it. Does anyone else have one and what is your thoughts?

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    Yep, I bought one.... Nope, don't use it. Started leaking 1 month after I brought it home. Kept trying to replace the gasket and it just kept on spewing water all over. Just about the only time I feel I lost money on my quilting gadgets..... Also because of the ceramic 'foot' I didn't feel it warmed up as hot and didn't work as a 'non-steam' iron. The magic of this iron is the great steam (if you have it).

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    Super Member Scissor Queen's Avatar
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    Jul 2009
    Southwest Kansas
    I have one. It's not the holy grail of irons. I use mine more for non cotton fabrics. It does put out some serious steam though and if you need a lot of steam for something it's awesome.

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    Silicon Valley in CA
    I bought one & use it. However, when I replace it, I will not buy another one. You need to cool the iron off a little before refilling with water & it does take some time to heat the water up again. One thing I don't like about it is you don't know how much water is in it. It does make a lot of steam when there is water in it.

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