COrdless Iron?

I am going to ask my husband for a cordless iron for Christmas. What
ones do you all have and love? I am especially looking for one that
gets hot all the way to the tip. My old corded one gets nice and hot,
but not as hot at the tip.
So my product testers....what makes/models do you reocommend from
personal use?
Melissa in NJ
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Melissa in NJ
Let's try this again. My guild has a cordless iron made by Oreck that a member got when she got an Oreck vacuum. It belongs to the Saturday Workshops that I chair. I have used it and I really like it. But that isn't the one that Oreck sells now (and the one they do sell is apparently and over priced piece of crap). For those of you who LIKE your cordless iron, what makes models do you own and like? :)
Melissa in NJ
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Melissa in NJ
Several in my guild have Maytags and they swear by them. They are great for quilting. But I don't think a cordless iron would work very well for those of you who iron clothes. It only heats while it is on the base so if you have it off for a long time, it gets cold.
Betty in WI
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Betty in Wi
Melissa,
I went to a class and someone had a Maytag cordless iron there, the cheapest I could find it was $119, and that is a little over the top for me, as I am really hard on irons. I did however, find a Panasonic at Target.com, for about $59 and I must say that I am very pleased with it. It stays hot, and does a nice job, steam or dry. I do wish that the auto turn off went for 30 minutes or so, but he heats up quickly, so I really don't have anything negative to say about it.
Laura in Chesapeake, VA Quilts, Cats and Longaberger Baskets, it just doesn't get any better than that.
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