Iron Review: Black & Decker D2030 Auto-Off Digital Advantage Ironcategories: Automatic Turnoff Irons, Digital Steam Iron, Ironing, Clothes Iron, Steam Control, Vertical Steaming, Burst Of Steam, Auto Cleaning, Iron
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
The Weight Makes It Easy To IronI've gone through my fair share of budget irons and let me tell you that the D2030 Iron performs very well for the price. When my children play, they get in all sorts of sticky situations that I often find myself facing a huge pile of clothes that need to be laundered and ironed on a daily basis. What I like about this iron is that it is bigger and heavier than its competitors within its price range. It heats up quickly and I find myself covering more ground because of its size. I also don't have to press as much because its own weight takes care of it. However, I have a weak wrist so the weight really took some getting used to at first. Also, the digital button that forces me to press it multiple times just to get to “cotton” can be a little annoying, too. But really, I can live with that. This Black and Decker iron is great for the price.
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