Collar Perfect Travel Iron

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Although I’m familiar with the concept of an iron, I have to admit that I don’t use them.  As I understand it, their mainly used to remove wrinkles from clothing.  If that’s a priority for you, and you travel a lot, especially for business, the Collar Perfect Travel Iron is a great option.

Weighing in at just about exactly 16 ounces, this travel iron takes up less room than most of its competitors with sleek dimensions of 5×3.5×1.5 inches.  It was primarily designed to flatten collars.  Because it has two sides that let you clamp it over collars, lapels, cuffs, or really just about anywhere you find a stray wrinkle, you can use the Collar Perfect Travel Iron just about anywhere without the need for an ironing board or other solid surface.  This makes it’s much more functional than the iron you’re likely to find in your hotel room, so if you’re philosophically or aesthetically opposed to wrinkles, you’re going to want one.  You don’t need tor travel to find it useful, it’ll come in handy at the office, too.  Collar Perfect’s wings fold flat so that you can use it in the mode of a traditional iron on a flat surface if you need to.  It’s very versatile.

Collar Perfect works on both 110 and 220 volts, so you can use  it pretty much anywhere in the world, provided that you bring the proper plugin adapter.   It costs only $35, which is more than bulkier travel irons with fewer features, but not a lot more.  Amazon carries them, and it’s eligible for free two-day shipping if you’re a Prime member.

Sunbeam makes a somewhat similar product, but it’s heavier, works only on 120 volts, and cannot be folded out to work on a flat surface. It’s cheaper, but with fewer features and 12 more ounces.

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