The iron head is very small and takes a while to heat up, and you have to refill the water tank often, build quality is good but can't really recommend as its frustrating to use this for lots of ironing. Also the iron doesn't get as hot as a normal iron. Don't even bother with the steam function, doesn't do much.
We don't do much ironing in our family and often wear creased clothes out. Since this iron was discounted heavily I gave it a go.
It's definitely effective at crease reduction, but it falls short of the standard you'd get from a conventional iron. I'd use it to quickly reduce the wrinkles in some freshly washed jeans, but I would not have confidence in it to iron a shirt to go to a job interview.
The box shows a glamorous housewife silhouette almost dancing as she steams a dress. After 20 minutes of holding and waving this thing it becomes a real chore. Not recommended for anyone with weak arm muscles. You also spend a lot of time for the steam to build up between bursts. There's no real logic to how long it takes to wait or how long the steam lasts, you press the button and just wait, and wait until it finally arrives.
For $44 dollars it's an OK gadget to have. For the current $199.95 price it'll be a disappointing investment.