Don’t you just hate it when you get to your destination, open your suitcase, and realize that all your clothes are wrinkled? You can’t count on your hotel to have an iron at the ready, but Rowenta’s First Class Travel Iron is just 1.65 lbs. and folds up to a mere 7.8 inches.
I remember my mother’s travel iron. It was all metal, and very heavy, and when you unfolded it the soleplate was tiny, not much larger than the plate on a flat iron. Imagine trying to iron something large with that?! But the Rowenta First Class Travel Iron is completely modern. The soleplate is stainless steel and highly polished to smoothly glide across fabric, but the rest is durable plastic to keep the weight, reasonable. It comes in a zippered pouch about the size of the smallish makeup bag and when it unfolds you have enough surface to actually iron effectively. Mom’s old fashioned travel iron had one setting: scorching, but this one has several, from a minimal to synthetics, all the way to Linen. Just dial the one you want, as you would with your home iron.
And there’s something else: the handle has a , 2.4 ounce capacity, transparent water tank. It allows you to add steam, and even a shot of steam, when you need it, or hold it vertically and use it as a steamer (I particularly like this for chiffon and other materials you really don’t want to press down — perfect for a destination wedding).
The iron is a travel iron, after all, so it features True Dual Voltage – The two heating elements ensure the iron is as powerful at 120 volts as it is at 240 volts.
Having nicely pressed clothes is priceless — it might help you get the job, or look better in those wedding photos. You can even use this one as your regular iron at home if you are pressed for space. And the best thing? It’s just $39.99! Now that’s, amazing!
Learn more and order : http://www.rowentausa.com/