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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

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    Karen, is this the iron you use on retreats?
    Nope, mine is a Steamfast (I think), M* was selling those as well, but I got mine at Amazon before M* started selling them.

    Ok, mine is the second link, yes. The Daily Deal isn't the Clover iron anymore. Love my Steamfast, use it on retreats and near my machine, going on 4 years now. I know nothing about the Clover iron so never bothered to comment before. BTW people, the Panasonic Cordless is not a travel iron, which is what Lori is looking for.
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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

    I travel with my Panasonic......
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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

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    I travel with my Panasonic......
    x2! All the time!!!

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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

    I just ordered the steamfast and will let you know how I like it. I was looking for something that steams but could travel.

    I have a walmart iron that gets hot enough but does not steam well and a dritz small iron (like a tiny clover). I love my small iron for quick small seams. Somehow I don't end up burning my fingers using the tiny iron but of course it is only for seams. It gets plenty hot and had more good reviews than clover at the time I purchased it.

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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

    I have the Clover Wedge Iron and the Panasonic 360 Cordless. While the Clover does get pretty hot, it's not as hot as the Panasonic. The Panasonic comes with a case that has a handle. It slips over the iron. I think the Panasonic is better.

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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

    I got the deal as I was hoping they would have it. It is well priced, even with the exchange on the dollar and shipping. I plan to use it for small projects when at a class. I have the smaller Clover, but it can fall to the floor easily if not careful.

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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

    I have the cordless iron you speak of. I would never put it back in the plastic case until it has thoroughly cooled. Plastic and heat have never been buddies.

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    Default Re: Daily Deal - Clover Iron

    Edit: I know this is an old thread, BUT thought I'd add this info: I bought the Panasonic 360 and LOVE it. It's on the small ironing pad to the left of my piecing machine and at long last, I don't have to get up to go to the ironing board to press blocks! AND, as an added bonus, I discovered that I can move it close to my design wall and plug it in....then I can use it as I baste and sandwich with the fusible batting on my wall to set the bonds. Awesome. I couldn't find the previous post about the 360
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