Anyway, a little while ago I was sent Sunbeam's new Solus Digital Resilium Iron and whilst I still don't enjoy ironing, I have found that I am actually doing more off it. Mahli has been wearing more of here painful to iron clothing with ruffles and frills and the steam setting on this baby awesome! A burst of steam and the ruffles come back to life.
And when I am sewing, it is making my life so much easier. The settings are all able to be changed with a press of a button. And I can easily see what setting it is on by quickly checking out the LCD display.
If you are a stickler for the details here is some more in-depth details on this nifty little iron:
- Digital thermostat for precise temperature control
- Push-button temperature adjustment
- Illuminated LCD displays the selected temperature setting
- Safety auto-off - turns the iron off automatically if you forget
- Ergonomic trigger-activated shot of steam
- 2400 watt element for fast heat up
- Scratch-resistant black Resilium® soleplate
- Vertical shot of steam for steaming curtains, suits and delicate fabrics
- Variable steam output up to 40g/min
- Drip-stop steam system to eliminate drips and water marks
- Anti-calc cartridge prevents scale biuld up to prolong the steam life of the iron
- Fine mist spray for dampening hard-to-iron fabrics
- Large 300ml water tank with easy-fill, anti-leak cap
- Extra long 3 metre cord
- Designed and engineered in Australia
- 2 year replacement guarantee
Disclaimer: I was sent the Sunbeam Solus Digital Resilium Iron for the purpose of review. No money was offered or received for this post. All opinions are my own.