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As sad irons go, this one is the easiest to use. Place iron base on stove and release handle. When base is hot, snap on gray steel handle with its comfy black wooden grip and you're ready! Buy two bases for each handle and let one heat while you iron with the other.
These flat irons have a long history that dates back to the 1800s. During that time, the word sad meant heavy, which was a fitting name for these irons. While they were compact, they were heavier with their solid iron bodies.