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Quit tipping the shop all your beer; now you can afford your own iron.

Treat your skis or board to a fresh, hot wax without spending more on your Swix Economy Waxing Iron than you spent earning that B.S. degree. An easy-to-read temperature dial adjusts from 100 to 150 degrees Celsius to accommodate the varying temperatures of cold and warm waxes, and a temperature indicator light keeps you from burning a flat spot in your bases. Plug this bad-boy into the wall, set it down on the cleverly designed flat spot below the handle, and crank classic rock until it's time to tune.

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4 5

Nice Little Waxing Iron

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this little guy because I wanted to start waxing my own snowboard base. The iron gets hot quickly and spreads wax fairly evenly. The compact size of the iron makes it great to take along on ski/snowboard trips, too. For the price, I'm not complaining. However, it would be nice if the dial read in both Celsius and Fahrenheit.

Is this dual voltage, or would I need to...

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Is this dual voltage, or would I need to downstep the voltage if I were to use this in Europe?

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Ryan,
This iron is not dual voltage and only operates at 110V.

5 5

Exceptional upgrade from a clothing iron

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bit the bullet and picked up one of these and can't believe the difference between this and a regular clothing iron. It spreads the wax much more evenly, heats it at the ideal temperature and conserves the amount of wax you need to lay down. Definitely a great upgrade to take care of your ski quiver.

5 5

not a cheapo

gets warm, spreads wax, cools off, repeats. good iron. well worth the money, no problems here at all.

4 5

Solid Product

  • Gender: Female

This iron is all you need to get the job done. I have been using a much more ?high-end? iron for the past few years and recently lost it on a ski trip. I got this iron to save money and will never spend more money on ?upgrading? again. The iron is very light weight which makes it easy to pack and travel with, the cord is long enough, and it has a temperature dial for using all types of wax. Not fancy but all you need.

5 5

Just what you need

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a great little iron for an awesome price.
It has everything you need in a tiny little package.
The iron measure out to about 3 inches wide, and about 6 inches long. The temperature dial is easy to use and read and you'll get good consistent heat from it.
If your budget is tight, but going fast on the hill is still a priority, get this iron!

5 5

Just fine!

Great wax iron. I used this and the more expensive version and I see no reason to spend more $$$. Nice dial to adjust temp. Get some wax with the money you save over the pro version.

5 5

Does the job

I recently upgraded from an old clothes iron and this is way better. no more burning wax and it seemed to give me better, even coverage. Great temp control