Wednesday, October 5, 2011

T-Fal Ultraglide Review

Did you think that I had forgotten about posting
a review ?
Sorry that it has taken me so long to get the
review up for you!


As you can see from the photos,I need to change
the placement of the lighting in my sewing room.

On to the T-Fal Ultraglide easycord  Iron.
One thing that I really like about this iron is the
extra stable heel rest.
I can set it anywhere,even on my cutting mat!
Without worrying about what it might do if I
leave it there longer than a minute or two.

Another thing that I am loving is the easycord system,
which keeps the cord out of the way while you are ironing.
With my old iron I was always wrinkling the fabric that I
had just ironed.

The one thing that I am not to thrilled with is where the dial
for the fabric setting is located.  However that is a minor thing
as generally speaking I don't change it often.

It has a easy to fill water tank.  Which is designed
to take tap water!  However if you have hard water like
I do,you can use 50% tap water and 50% distilled
water,and get the same results.

It has a steam boost with extra vapor for those
really stubborn wrinkles. 
It also has 0-35g variable steam.

Another feature is the 3-way auto shut-off.
If the iron were to fall or get tipped over somehow,or
if for some reason you were to leave in sitting on
your fabric or ironing board in a horizontal position,
it will automatically shut off in 30 seconds.
If you leave it unattended in the upright position for
8 minutes,it will automatically shut off.

It also has,double anti-scale and anti-drip too.
You can steam while holding the iron vertically.
The sloeplate gives you optimal steam diffusion,smooth glide,
maximum durability,and it is easy to clean.

So I would give this iron a Definite Thumbs Up Rating!
As stated above,the only thing that I didn't like was the
position of the dial,other wise I LOve my New Iron! 


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3 comments:

  1. Great review, thanks! I really want a new iron...maybe for Christmas :)

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  2. That looks like one nice iron. Thanks for the review!

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  3. So glad you like your iron! I'm lovin mine. Wrinkles fear me :)

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