• ICR05X XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron
  • ICR05X XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron
  • ICR05X XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron
  • ICR05X XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron

XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron



Model: ICR05X

Easy to use and easy to store, the BLACK+DECKER ICR05X Cord-Reel Steam Iron gives you the best of both worlds. Smart Steam technology automatically provides the ideal amount of steam based on the fabric type you select, and the vertical steam surge makes it easy to care for drapes or clothes still on the hanger. The nonstick soleplate glides over any type of fabric, and the motion sensitive 3-way auto shutoff lets you operate your machine with piece of mind. Plus, the iron’s cord retracts at the push of a button, taking the hassle out of storage.

  • Motion Sensitive 3-Way Auto Shut Off
  • TrueGlide™ Nonstick Soleplate
  • Smart Steam™ Technology
  • Push Button Cord Reel for easy storage
  • Vertical Steam Surge & Spray Mist
  • Fabric Selector Guide printed on water tank
  • Auto Clean™ System & Anti-Drip
  • Comfort Grip™ Handle
  • 360° Pivoting Cord
Use and Care Manuals
ICR05X_6X_7X_8X Use and Care Manual (pdf 475KB)


Cord Storage
4.8 x 12.4 x 5.6 inches
Sole Plate Material
Steam Control
Temperature Settings
2 Year Limited
2.6 pounds


XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron is rated 1.7727272727272727 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stop heating up! I bought this iron about a year ago and as almost everyone says here it stops heating up suddenly so I'm very disappointed because I think black and decker it's a good brand and this shouldn't happen so quick. Hopefully black and decker people can give me a best customer services to respond for my money.
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works fine until it stops working We were very happy with the iron, but it just stopped heating up it still turns on but won't heat at all. Bought this less than a year ago. Would recommend if it hadn't stopped working.
Date published: 2016-09-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worked, now it doesn't The iron was working well, but now it wont heat up. The light, that indicates when it's on, is not turning on. Still looks like new and I don't understand why it randomly wont turn on now.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The auto-shut off broke, making the iron useless I bought this iron about a year ago and it was working fine until a couple of weeks ago. After a few moments of the iron turning on, the auto shut off function suddenly turns on, the light starts blinking, and the iron turns off, without ever have reaching a hot enough temperature to remove any wrinkles. I have to keep plugging the iron in and out for it to even get warm, and by the time it gets warm, it shuts off again. This process wastes several minutes out of of my morning and is also very frustrating. I refuse to repurchase an iron after only having it for a year. I Googled and tried to find a solution for over an hour which proved unsuccessful. Very frustrating.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from very bad..!! I bought this Iron few months back. It worked well for the 2months, Untill it stopped working suddenly when I was going for my Job interview. Sometimes sticks to the clothes.
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Was good, until it died Had this iron for a couple of months. Worked pretty well until the other day - the light comes on but the plate doesn't heat up. Should have looked at the other reviews here warning to stay away.
Date published: 2016-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great iron I've used this iron for over a year now and it's still in perfect shape, it's very light and easy to use. The retractable cord is very convenient.
Date published: 2016-06-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible steam control I bought this iron a year ago to replace an old Black and Decker that had served me well for a long time. On the old iron you could manually turn the steam on or off. With the steam on it would create a nice even flow of steam.The new iron is incredibly frustrating to use. I believe the box advertised it as having smart steam. It does not. You could not make the steam on this thing worse if you tried. In fact, the only way I can imagine the steam being this bad is if Black and Decker hired the world's best and foremost steam engineers to calculate the proper amount of steam and then did exactly the opposite. Here's how it goes: I fill up the reservoir and turn on the iron. A minute later it begins to steam just sitting on my ironing board so I begin to press a shirt. Front panel - good steam. Flip to the back and halfway through ironing the steam is just pouring out. So much steam that little drops of water are splattering on the fabric. Slide to a new section and the steam cuts off completely. No steam. I sit and wait for 20-30 seconds and it starts steaming again. Maybe it's a lot of steam, maybe a little, no way to know. Aha! you're thinking that maybe the steam cooled it down too much and now you need to wait for more heat? Nope. If you hit the manual puff-of-steam button you get steam all day. That's right folks, the iron decides how much steam you get and it's a little drunk.Do you want to iron on a patch or anything else that requires high heat and no steam? You get to open up the fill spout and try to shake all the water out. You see, the heat and steam control is one knob. You can't have one without the other.I'm going to throw it away and buy something else. I will not give it away because there is no one I hate that much.
Date published: 2016-04-21
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