Oliso TG1600 1800 Watts Smart Iron Pro


The Oliso TG1600 Pro features Oliso’s patented iTouch technology. Simply touch the handle and the iron lowers, ready to work. Take your hand off and the patented scorchguards lift the iron off the board preventing scorches, burns, and tipping. Less strain and 30% time savings are added benefits to this Smart Iron’s 1800 watts of power and horizontal or vertical bursts of steam. The TG1600 Pro features a 30-minute extended auto-shut off for sewers and quilters, a 12.7 oz side fill tank, a bea
 

$ 199.99


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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  1. Puppyluppy says:
    90 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I Love This Iron, May 5, 2010
    By 
    Puppyluppy (Washington, DC) –
    This review is from: Oliso TG1600 1800 Watts Smart Iron Pro (Kitchen)

    I got this iron last week and was able to spend a full 12 hours (on and off) ironing with it recently. On one occasion during my marathon ironing session, I did have some water come out of the iron, but it was when I overfilled the water tank and was ironing forcefully and rapidly. It didn’t leak from the steam vents, it appeared to splash a drop of water from above, and it wasn’t a shocker to me. My GE iron used to soak my clothes out of the steam holes, every ironing session, so I know what ‘spitting’ is, and this iron definitely does not ‘spit’.

    I bought this model because as a quilter, I wanted an iron with an auto shut off, but I wanted an extended shut off time (the other models turn off a lot more quickly than this one). I love how fast this iron heats up. As for actual ironing–it does a very nice job—no better than any other iron would…every iron is simply a hot metal plate that presses out wrinkles..it’s not rocket science…it’s all about the bells and whistles, and this one is, by far, the most unique iron on the market today with the loudest bells and whistles.

    I ironed over buttons, snaps, used spray starch and Mary Ellen’s best press, I steamed, I sprayed, I turned it off and on. I had a little film on the soleplate when I was done (having used almost a full can of spray starch and a quarter bottle of Best Press) and it wiped right off with a Clorox wipe (which I also used to wipe off the spray starch residue from it’s colorful plastic body). It was easy to add water to, and it was even easier to empty the water from the tank when I was done. I was ironing in a tight space, and as many times as I bumped into the ironing board squeezing past, not once did the iron fall off onto the floor. It took me no more than 2 shirts to stop trying to stand it on it’s side and get with the ‘Smart Iron’ program.

    I considered a Rowenta, but I read plenty of unsatisfied reviews from Rowenta users. Just as I read a few snarky reviews on this one. No matter the brand, there will be haters out there, just as there will be lovers. It’s a small appliance, it’s not a lifelong commitment. If it stabs me in the back a month down the road, I’ll sell it at a yard sale or on eBay and move on to the next , but for now, ironing is fun.

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  2. J. Wright "lifetime sewer" says:
    87 of 91 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Oliso’s customer service is extremely poor., April 17, 2010
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    J. Wright “lifetime sewer” (Cleveland, OH USA) –
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    This review is from: Oliso TG1600 1800 Watts Smart Iron Pro (Kitchen)

    I purchased this iron in January, 2010 and by March, 2010, the front scorch guard broke. Oliso never responded to my emails, finally contacted me by telephone weeks later and refused to honor their warranty. I was informed their products don’t break, I had to have dropped it (I truly didn’t!), they don’t repair anything, I can’t have it repaired anywhere because no parts are available. My only recourse was to pay them $72 for them to replace my 2 month old iron. Buyer beware–this company is not reputable.

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