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XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron

$29.99

Details

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)

Specifications

Auto-Cleaning
Yes
Color
Blue
Cord Storage
Yes
Dimensions
11.6 x 5.4 x 4.7 In.
Sole Plate Material
Nonstick
Steam Control
Yes
Temperature Settings
Yes
Volts
120V
Warranty
2 Year Limited
Wattage
1200W
Weight
2.6 pounds
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Reviews

XPRESS™ Steam Cord Reel Iron is rated 1.4 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stopped heating up This is my second go round with this Iron and have had it less than a year. The light always stays on red and has since stopped heating. Totally disappointed in this iron and would not reccommend purchasing.
Date published: 2018-01-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Stopped heating up Have had this for less than a year and it stopped heating up
Date published: 2018-01-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from teflon plate coming off, staining clothes Have ruined 2 dress shirts due to the teflon on the surface flaking off. Iron is about 6 months old.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not hearing up I bought this within one year and only used it twice. Now the light goes on but it won’t heat up.
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stopped working Bought this maybe six months ago and it already stopped heating. Light comes on, doesn’t get hot.
Date published: 2017-12-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Won't heat up I bought this iron less than a year ago. It stopped heating up even though the light turns on. Very frustrated with this product.
Date published: 2017-12-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from cord won't come out cord will not come out anymore , barely used I used for christmas projects
Date published: 2017-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Electrical internals - Planned obsolescence? I actually like wrinkles, but my wife insisted I fix this thing anyway. It's her "nice" one apparently. No heat, no power indicator light when plugged it. I opened it up and saw the problem immediately. The power cable wires land at this terribly low quality press-fit brass terminal connection on top of the cord reel assembly. The mating connectors don't even seem like they're supposed to go together. One of them had popped right off it's mate, and the other one was about to do the same. My expectations for the quality of a product like this are pretty low, but nevertheless I was surprised at the lack of effort put into the design of the electrical connection. It's very fragile. A hard knock could easily break them loose. A soft knock even. Anyway, for lack of suitable replacement terminals I just decided to solder the wires back to their posts and secure things a little better with a hot glue gun. It's a better mechanical connection, but if you end up doing the same as me try to find high-temp solder. The wires power the heater, and there's a chance the normal stuff could melt and the wire come loose again. I used typical solder, and I've been running this one at max for a half hour and it's still going, but long term who knows. A right angle crimp connector would be preferable and probably easier to buy locally if you have some pliers and strong hands to crimp it.(3 x T10 torx screws in the base. Pry off the rubber pads for access. Pull the cord out halfway to get easier access to the hard to reach one. It's through a hole on the handle side of the base, way up in there past the cord retraction button).
Date published: 2017-11-21
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