By Keri Algar

SYDNEY, NSW: The Panasonic 360° Quick Iron range, comprising of four irons, has been targeted at the time poor Australian by featuring a ‘fatigue reducing’ design for smoother movement, and ultimately less time spent ironing.

The irons have an elliptical shaped soleplate that is pointed at both ends for multidirectional movement, and making it ideal for ironing fiddly apparel such as shirts and pleated skirts, said the company.

Aki Yamamoto, product marketing manager for appliances, Panasonic Australia, said, “It’s no secret that ironing is not everyone’s favourite pastime and with many people living fast paced lives, they struggle to keep their ironing pile under control. With the Panasonic 360° Quick Irons, consumers can achieve a pristine finish with less hassle and in less time without having to rely on expensive dry cleaning services.”

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The NI-W650CSLSJ (Silver, RRP $79) and NI-W810CSNSJ (Gold, RRP $99) feature ceramic soleplates and anti-drip, while the NI-W410TSBSJ (White RRP $59) and NI-W410TSRSJ (Red RRP $59) feature titanium soleplates, while all four offer 75 grams per minute of vertical shot steam and 30 grams per minute of continuous steam.