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Well, at least Dad won't have to wear a raincoat today.

Your mom is pissed. She just doesn't understand the importance of having a fresh coat of wax on your board before you hit the slopes. Either way, she just waterproofed your dad's favorite dress shirt because you used her iron to wax your board. This wouldn't be a problem if you had the Mini Wax Iron from Demon Snow. Adjustable heat settings let you adjust to different wax temperatures and wax at the pace that you want to get maximum base penetration without char-broiling your p-tex.

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2 5

Poor Quality

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

The base of the iron is not smooth at all, this makes it difficult to have a nice layer of wax under the iron at all times while waxing a board. I would'nt recommend buying it for the cheap price. I would however spend an extra 15 bucks and get a OneBallJay iron.

3 5

Pretty Easy to Use

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This iron heats up incredibly fast! It heats up fast and is easy to use to spread the wax onto you skis. It is nice and small for easy storage as well.
The only drawback is that the dial is awkwardly placed right under the handle you hold. It takes extra effort to change the temperature but for the price it's a great iron.

Unanswered Question

Are the degrees on the dial in Celsius or...

Are the degrees on the dial in Celsius or Fahrenheit?

4 5

Hot Wax!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This thing works as advertised. Heats up quick, nicer than my previous di iron. The only reason that I didn't give it five stars is because the temperature control knob is in a hard to reach spot and it is hard to adjust. Other than that this thing will definitely melt your wax.

What temperature would you recommend that...

What temperature would you recommend that i set the iron to for all temp wax? hot wax? cold wax?

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Hey Tim,
I typically melt my all temp wax at 135 C, my warm waxes at about 130 C and for a colder wax I go to around 140 C. The best thing to do is heat the iron and drip some wax to see how much smoke is being created. If there is lots of smoke it is too hot, where as if there is no smoke and the wax is slow to melt the iron is not warm enough.

4 5

great tuning Iron

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had this thing for the last couple of seasons. what I like best about it is since you can adjust the temp and its so small I use it to preheat bases before I drip P-TEX or do a base weld. for this purpose this Iron is awesome!
for me its hard to wax with because the handle is so small and my hands are so big that I end up only holding it between my thumb and first two fingers and I find that to be a bit annoying. But if you have normal human sized hands this should not be a problem for you.

4 5

It's all you need.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been using this iron for over 3 seasons now, and since I am pretty particular about waxing my skis, that says a lot. It's small, gets hot FAST, and has obviously lasted through tons of waxes. My only issue is, and it was mentioned in another review, the temperature dial is under the handle, and just seems like an inconvenient place for it. But for $30, you really can not go wrong.

Hello,
Is this iron for 220 V?

Hello,
Is this iron for 220 V?

Responded on

This iron operates on 110V AC power so you would need a 220V adapter for overseas use.

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You should look at other options. this is just a regular iron, not a wax iron and is not very good. the holes in the bottom get wax in them causing the iron to smoke and burn. Check out SWIX and Toko for the real deal. BC.com has some great kits that include wax, iron and a case that are way better.

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they are also available in EURO and AUS/NZ plug types..also the holes on the bottom of the iron are plugged ion the 2103-2014 models...

2 5

This is a seriously mediocre iron.

Among other issues, it only goes up to 200 degrees. Many (most?) waxes seem to recommend 240 degrees.

5 5

Best price

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great iron, compact, flat surface. Only complaint is how difficult it is to twist the temperature dial the way it is positioned under the handle, otherwise, great product. Still doesn't beat the $0.99 iron I got from Good Will, RIP Bertha.

5 5

Hot and fast

This thing heats up in super fast! There are indents in the iron but they are not holes so it exactly what anyone wants. Super small and easy to pack for those weekend trips. so stoked on this thing

4 5

Works great

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

This little iron works great and holds its temperatures well.

Does the bottom have holes in it?

Does the bottom have holes in it?

5 5

Great iron

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Works great, gets the job done. Perfect size for waxing skis and holds temp well.

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Why are there holes in the base plate???...

Why are there holes in the base plate??? I hope this thing doesn't have a steam function.

5 5

Awesome Iron

I've waxed plenty of boards with this iron and it works great, heats up fast and it is definitely something to buy if you board a lot!

5 5

Like a boss

This is a solid little iron.I expected it to be crap when I first used it but it is really nice.Heats up super fast and holds a temperature really well like he said vvvv.It is pretty small but it get's the job done.

its for 110v or 220V

its for 110v or 220V

4 5

Little Destroyer

Great little iron for the quick wax jobs or if you want to do a few boards with yours. Heats up really quickly and holds temp well.

how many watts is this?

how many watts is this?