Designed for Everyday Use
- iTouch® technology: Patented Scorchguards™ lift with the touch of your hand and lower when you’ve stopped ironing, preventing burns, scorching and tipping.
- Ergonomic: No more repetitive lifting; iron levitates above the fabric and lowers with the simple touch of your hand
- Quad Auto Shut-Off: Never worry if you accidentally leave the iron turned on or if it tips over.
- Anti-drip system: Prevents spitting and leaking while the iron is hot
- Quick Heating: 1600 watts of power
- OnePass™ Pressing: extra thick, mirror glide soleplate for optimal head retention. Powerful vertical and horizontal steam removes the toughest wrinkles.
- Reduce Ironing Time: Make quick work of laundry piles by reducing the need to lift.
- Detailer Tip: creates crisp pleats, pockets and cuffs
- 8'8" cord with a 360° pivot
- Extra large (12.7 oz) water tank for heavy steam usage
- Water tank is side-loading for easy access
- Comes with large fill cup
Oliso® TG1050 Smart Iron (blue) is rated out of 5 by 299.Rated 2 out of 5 by Crazywickedstitch from Would not recommend My Mom had 1 of these and I really liked it so I ordered 1 for myself and in just about a year's time it conked out so I upgraded to the yellow thinking it was supposed to be and even higher standard if quality and yet again in just over a year that iron too conked out. They are great when they work but for the price just over 12 months was not a good lifespan. I since purchased a Shark Professional for $50. Got 2 of them to have 1 as a backup and now 3 years later they are both still working. Don't mind spending the higher price but when I do I expect a little more long term endurance.Date published: 2018-04-25Rated 4 out of 5 by cathymc from Mixed feelings This is not a lightweight iron. However, you don't have to lift and prop it up every time you are finished ironing each portion. It is convenient in that you can just leave it in place , or slide it out of the way. It takes some time to get used to not propping it up; I have been using irons for about 70 years! My complaint is that it makes a strange noise either when it lowers the legs, or when the legs ascend. I can't describe the noise, but it is annoying. And it does not get hot enough. I have not used the steam feature because I don not trust ANY steam iron. I use a spray bottle to dampen items to be ironed.Date published: 2018-04-19Rated 4 out of 5 by MrsJ from Almost perfect I have used this iron for 3 years and really like it. The fact you can lay it flat is great. HOWEVER, about a year ago, it started to LEAK water. Can't figure out exactly what is wrong, and it doesn't leak when I'm holding it and ironing. But when it's sitting, on or off and the water below the max line, it sometimes leaks water and creates a puddle. I use distilled water and rarely use starch. But I always have to make sure I have a small towel or paper towel in case it leaks while sitting on the iron board. Except for that malfunction, it's pretty good.Date published: 2018-04-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Weezer from Yes, I DO love my iron! I use my Oliso primarily as an important aid to making my quilting blocks look sharp. I also use it for ironing clothing and household items like napkins, pillow cases and table runners. I cannot overstate how much I love the Oliso's main claim to fame: the automatic legs. That is not to say that the other features I look for in an iron are missing. This iron has quick heat, easy to use buttons and quick and powerful steam. And it doesn't hurt that it's pretty! Oh, and another important thing is that this iron has never fallen off my ironing board because of its more stable position while at rest. My cat is not impressed!Date published: 2018-05-08Rated 1 out of 5 by LG quilter from Issues from start I won this iron, but had another oliso iron yellow but it had issues until it quit working. I open the blue iron, which had been in the box and started using it. A couple of months after out started acting up. It would raise and lower 3 times and then stop down with a red light on. I had to unplug it, wait a few minutes and plug it back in. The shutoff routine was happening closer and closer together so I just quit using it out of safety concerns. I didn't have a receipt so I didn't bother to send it back wherever it was bought.Date published: 2018-04-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Rhonda from I love this iron I love this iron! It gets hot quickly and I love that I can set it down with the face plate down so that I can't knock it over. A couple of times I had it sitting upright and knocked it over, it's still working great--very sturdy. I love how the water tank is filled an it's extremely easy to see the water level. I've noticed that when the iron is set down with the face plate down repeatedly while ironing, the table surface will get moist from the residual steam from ironing. The only thing I wish it had was the ability to turn off the auto off feature. Sometimes as I'm sewing a garment, I'll have to wait for the iron to heat up again because I took too long between using it. Other than that, I absolutely love my Oliso Smart Iron!!!Date published: 2018-04-19Rated 2 out of 5 by togaboxer from i want to love it, but... i really want to love this iron, and for the most part i do. but this is my second one with issues. my first had several issues, the most concerning was the sparking out the front end after about 6 mos use. it was replaced under warranty (i had to pay out of pocket to ship the defective one). i’ve had the replacement just under a year now and the automatic feet will randomly go in and out, regardless of if i have them turned on or off. this is how the issues with my original started so i’m hoping things don’t progress. overall, a pretty glitchy machine for the price :(Date published: 2018-04-26Rated 5 out of 5 by 1Ohh from Love Oloiso After the learning curve of not having to put the iron on the “heel”, I found I could easily press new quilted items a little at a time leaving the iron in placeso that I could open places to iron either opening the seams or to one side. I can go back to sewing for a bit and return to press without the iron shutting off so quickly.Date published: 2018-04-19
Can you please post a web link to the mini irons that work with 220 voltage?Hello Murtu, our mini irons have dual voltage and it can operate on both EU and US voltage.Date published: 2020-01-20
My iron stopped raising and lowering the feet under . Could it have been repaired ?Hi, we are sorry the iron is not working, if you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1800-899-5157 along with the iron details such as the model number or the color of the iron along with the serial number printed on the bottom of the soleplate, so that we can assist you.Date published: 2020-01-07
Is this dual voltage? Will it work in 220/240 Voltage?We have our mini irons which are dual voltage will work both in US and EU which has 220 volts.Date published: 2020-01-07
Can you tell me all the difference between the features in the irons. Please include the 1250 proHello Cindy, Please find the details below 1. TG1600 Yellow and Pink which is the top model and it comes with 30 mins auto shut off this comes with 3 years of warranty with 12 feet power cord. 2. TG1100 Gray and Orchid, this comes with 8 mins auto shut off and has 1 year limited warranty with 11 feet power cord. This is heavy duty iron. 3. TG1050 comes in Blue in color, this comes with 8 mins auto shut off and has 1 year limited warranty and approx 8 feet power cord, great for daily ironing. 4. TG1250, this model comes in Orange color with gray water tank and this comes with 3 years warranty sold by Costco and Ocean sales and has 8 mins auto shut off and 12 feet power cord. I hope this helps, you may email us on email@example.com for more information.Date published: 2019-11-11
Is there a way to turn the auto-off function off? The iron shuts itself off before I am finished ironing.Hello Eileen, the auto shut off is an inbuilt feature in our models you may get higher shut of time in TG1600 yellow or pink models with 30 mins.Date published: 2019-10-25
Does this have an on/off switch, or do you have to unplug and plug it in to turn it off and on? My plug is inconveniently located.Hello LIsa, Thanks for asking this question please note our TG models do not have on/off switch, when you are not using the iron we recommend to turn off the steam selector and fabric selector to off position, also it would be great habit to unplug the iron from the wall outlet as this will help the iron for any kind of power fluctuation or electrical surge. Please feel free to contact us if you need any further assistance on this on firstname.lastname@example.org Please note the on and off switch on our irons are to enable and disable the I touch and it has nothing to do with cutting the power from the iron. Thanks KevinDate published: 2019-10-25
I have one of these iron and I would like to know about all fabric types you can use it on. The book dosen't say anything about that. Thank you Hope Hanson hHello Hope, thanks for your question,our Irons can be used on all fabrics that the manufacturers deem safe to use when ironing, according to the instructions of the fabric manufacturer. you need to contact them for this information. Otherwise it can be used on some silk, wool, cotton and some synthetics. However you need to follow the instructions of the fabric manufacturer on how to iron the fabric properly.Date published: 2019-10-17
How is the price related to the color of the iron?This is blue in color and the price is $99.99. Please let me know if I have misunderstood your query, you may reach us on email@example.comDate published: 2019-10-15