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Continental Electric CE23111 Iron

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Continental Electric CE23111 Iron
 
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4.0

It works

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from Daytona Beach, FL

Comments about Continental Electric CE23111 Iron:

First off the bat I'd like to say that this is not as efficient as my Sunbeam. And I also have a medium model (as in not high end) Black and Decker iron and this Continental also is not in my opinion better than that iron. But if you are looking for a cheap iron, especially those college students who only need to iron occasionally then I recommend an iron like the Continental. This iron will get the wrinkles out of your cloth with a couple of passes. And again unless you are ironing your cloth frequently, either due to a business or due to being a homemaker, then for the rest of us this kind of occasional iron use is just fine. It is dependable (so far, have not had it for that long) and very simple to operate and use. What can I say except that it works and it makes my cloth wrinkle free.

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4.0

This iron has endured neglect and still works great

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from Bemidji, MN

Comments about Continental Electric CE23111 Iron:

Our Continental Electric iron was a wedding gift four years ago. It is still in great condition, with very little wear on the bottom and all switches, cords, and gears work just like new. It has a see-through resevoir for the water, which is nice when you are filling since you can see how full you have it, and when it is getting low. To fill, you simply flip up a cap on the top of the iron. This is easy to do, though the design of how it lays (the fill spout) is horizontal, not vertical, so depending on your faucet makes it difficult to fill. One note, you are probably supposed to use only filtered water from a jug for irons (so it doesn't rust) instead of unfiltered tap water. Even though knowing this, I have consistently used tap water with this iron for 4 years with no problems and no clogging. The iron heats up fast after you plug it in, even though just filled with cold water. The cord is durable, and a nice length too. For different settings on the iron, it uses a turn dial. It is quite clear, but maybe not precise, in the sense, I set it in the general area of "Cottons" or "Delicates" but never exactly on a tick mark.

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