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No idea! I did not try for an exchange. It is with me and it doesn't work! The service engineer came after 2 months but could not fix it.
Kumar Kinshuk
· 8 January, 2019
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Yes you can .
SENSOR ELECTRIC SOLUTION
Seller · 7 November, 2019
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If u use for jeans iron.u can buy big one inalsa steam master with 1600watt.for easy ironing.
PINKCITYS
Seller · 10 July, 2018
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What do I mean by electronic? There is nothing electronic in iron as such, irons are always electric. And it's an electric steam iron, that's all.
VIRENDRA
· 9 October, 2018
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It was easy to return it. Just like we do for any Amazon product I applied for return and next day the delivery boy came to pick it up
Mani
· 7 November, 2019
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Cord length should be little more otherwise it's handy and good product
Sushmita sen
· 9 September, 2018
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Waste of money.
Rishu
· 8 April, 2019
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It is suitable for silk and cotton but The quantity of water at one go might not be sufficient for a saree. If it is just touch up before wearing an already ironed saree, it could be handy.
MMandal
· 23 September, 2018
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YES BUT YOU IRONING ON THESE CLOTHS BY BACK SIDE AND COVERED WORK AND CLOTH BY COTTON CLOTH THAN IRONING THEM.
SENSOR ELECTRIC SOLUTION
Seller · 22 February, 2020
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It can hold about 100ml of water which is enough to iron one cloth.
Anand Kaul
· 13 May, 2018