Panasonic NI-L70SRW Cordless Steam/Dry Iron with Stainless Steel Soleplate

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The Iron Age

Steam. Iron. The two things that made civilization possible for hundreds of years. Is it any wonder that they can be combined to pretty up a shirt before work?

According to Wikipedia, the iron dates back to the year -200 BC, when the Martian Horde came across the butt-encrusted plains of Howard Stern Forever and- oh, okay, sorry. Let's just revert that vandal's edit and... there! According to Wikipedia, the iron goes as far back as China, in the 1st Century BC, when metal pans full of hot water were used to smooth fabrics. The "modern" electric iron appeared in the mid-late-1800s, and since then, executives have been expected to look sharp.

Of course, you might not be a banking executive, but with a nice iron like this (and a haircut, you hippie) no one will ever be able to tell the difference. Soon you'll be signing documents you have no right to sign, committing the company on a risky course of action, diverting pensions to your own Swiss bank accounts and parking in the very best spot. But who cares, right?

Well, the other executives will. They all got MBAs, after all. And you? All you've got is an iron. That's why you've got to stay one step ahead. You've got to iron everything. Your socks, your tie, your pants, your handkerchief. When they come for you, you've got to be able to point and say DOES HE LOOK LIKE AN EXECUTIVE, OFFICER, LOOK AT THOSE WRINKLES IN HIS CUMMERBUND and turn the tables on them. That's the very reason you need to buy more than one iron, so you can have a spare at the ready at all times. ALL TIMES.

Or you could be one of those executives who actually deserves the position. But man... that's a LOT of work. It's easier to just shoot for the golden parachute.

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Experience the freedom of cordless ironing. This cordless steam iron helps take the hassle out of ironing. There is no cord to get tangled or caught during the ironing process, so ironing is quick and easy. With just the touch of a button, the cord reel automatically retracts the cord into the reel housing on the charging base, helping to eliminate tangles and messy storage.

  • Curved stainless steel soleplate features a series of round indentations that trap pockets of air between the soleplate and the fabric, so the iron glides smoothly and effortlessly
  • The automatic shut-off system provides you with a visible signal before the iron shuts off
  • The iron automatically shuts itself off after it has been left on the power base for more than 10 minutes
  • An anti-calcium system prevents clogged steam vents by reducing the sediment build-up in the vaporizing chamber of the iron
  • Anti-Drip System provides a water seal inside the iron to protects fabrics from water spotting
  • The detachable water tank can be removed with just the push of a button and the lightweight cassette water tank can be refilled anytime during operation simply by detaching it
  • The adjustable steam button allows you to select just the right amount of steam required for your ironing needs, select regular steam for heavier fabrics or light steam for touch-ups
  • Controlled by a microprocessor, this feature maintains the selected ironing temperature accurately, indicator lights signal the temperature settings
  • The spray mist button helps eliminate stubborn wrinkles by directing extra moisture where necessary
  • With the push of a button, the vertical steam feature allows you to direct a burst of steam to hanging garments
  • The heat-resistant, transparent case can be attached immediately after use, makes storing easy
  • Good Housekeeping approved

Operating Instructions

Shipping Note: Eligible for shipping to all 50 states

Warranty:  1 Year Parts and Labor Panasonic


Soleplate Style: Curved Bottom
Soleplate Finish: Stainless Steel
Water Tank: Detachable
Iron Handle: Molded Plastic
Built-in Retractable Cord Reel: Yes (on charging Base)
Temperature Control: Pushbutton - Micro-Processor
TEMPERATURE READY Indicator Light: On / Off - 3 settings
Heat Resistant Carrying Case: Yes
Selectable Fabric / Temperature Dial: 3 Fabric Settings
Adjustable Steam Amount: High / Low / Dry
Extra Jet-of-Steam: Yes
Water Mist: Spray
Water Tank Capacity: 5-1/8 ounces
Vertical Steam: Yes
Automatic Water Seal: Anti-Drip System
Auto Shut-Off: In Charging Station (after 10 minutes)
Power Supply: 120 Volts AC, 60Hz
Rated Power: 12.5 Amps. - 1500 Watts
Iron - Temperature Range: 248º F - 392º F
Dimensions (with case): H 8-3/16" x W 7" x D 11-15/16"
Weight: 5 lbs.
Dimensions (iron only) H 5.75" x W 4.5" x D 10"
Cord Length: 72"
Steam / Temp.
  • Nylon
  • Silk
  • Acetate
  • Acrylic
  • Wool
  • Rayon
  • Polyester
  • Linen
  • Cotton

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