I Love My Cordless Iron


Here I show the iron I used on this singles linen piece I made. I love the sheen on the linen.

Here is the iron stipped in its cradel to show the bottom with the holes for steaming. It has great steam and spray and holds its heat. I place it in the cradle when I shift the cloth. The cord to the cradle is plenty long and retracts easily. It can even steam or spray with the iron held vertically.

The carrying case is surprisingly handy. Sometimes I even carry it to my kitchen counter and iron a small piece on a towel.

I am reminded fondly of the special squeak my mother’s ironing board made.
Below you can see the link to the iron on Amazon.

Panasonic PAN-NI-WL600 360 Degree Freestyle Cordless Iron

3 thoughts on “I Love My Cordless Iron

  1. I have to say, I have one of these irons, too. My only complaint is that it doesn’t stay hot very long. Yes, it’s portable, and with a cord, that’s impossible. But I often have to put it back on the cradle to reheat. If I had to do it again, I’d buy a professional iron with a well for water and a cord. Just my opinion….

  2. Hi Peggy, Many irons are high power devices. I just looked at ours and it is listed at 1,000 watts. That is allot of power for a small battery pack if it is inside the iron. I’m curious how long your iron will last and if the battery pack is separate and easily changed like on tools. We have some battery operated tools but we never use them instead we just run an extension cord knowing the battery tool is designed for jobs where an extension cord is not available. I invested well with normally unavailable commercial grade heavy gauge extension cords we run off our solar PV’s. Mostly with construction the battery tools are used for shorter jobs that an extension cord is used with someone who is working essentially all day. It will be interesting to see the long term results in your new iron. Best regards, Mike

  3. I bought this iron with the idea that I would be able to take it over to a mannequin or other area of my studio. I didn’t realize that I wouldn’t be able to set it down anywhere except its power base (it is pointed at both ends). That means if I need to press/steam, then adjust fabric for more, I have to take the iron back to its base while I make the adjustment then go get it again. A flat bottom would have made it far more useful to me.

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