I think an item most quilters ask about is an iron. I had a Rowenta Professional Iron that I used for almost 10 years before it sprung a leak. It was one good multipurpose iron. I wanted to try something new for a change. Earlier this year I saw the Euro Steam iron being sold at the NJ Garden State Quilt Show. The odd thing about this iron is that it is either available online or via an independent seller. You cannot walk into a store and buy it. I was impressed by the demo sessions and bought it. It arrived home by mail a few weeks later.
I have now been using it for a few months and here is my review on it.
I do love the iron, but if you believe that steam and quilting don't match this iron is not for you. Without steam this iron is nothing. It's all in the power of steam. To lay it out clearly:
From the list above it seems the cons out weigh the pros but I do like the iron and it's performance. It's seems very sturdy and atleast seems to give the impression that it will last a while. Unfortunately it's not the only iron you will need in case you do a lot of paper piecing and applique.
Disclaimer: The opinions presented here are mine and mine only. I have purchased these items on my own and have not been compensated or influenced in anyway by the vendor or the re-seller. I do not have any affiliations with them either.