I was about to answer yes, but because we just moved I double checked with my husband, “Did we pack the iron?” He said no, so apparently we no longer own an iron. No big loss, I’d only used it twice in the past 20 years.
I bought one a few years ago. I've never opened the box. I have an ironing board too. It's still in the plastic shrink wrap.
I do dress very neatly, always, but I avoid buying anything made of a fabric that wrinkles badly and I hang almost everything up on a hanger when it's still half wet, to air dry the rest of the way. I only buy my husband dress shirts that are labeled wrinkle free. I remove them from the dryer warm and hang them immediately.
I actually just bought a new one. My in-laws broke my other one a while back and it was just collecting dust. I don't iron much, but I do prefer it over the steamer when the occasion arises (which is rare).
I had an amazing Rowenta that I will not admit how much I paid for it yet felt sure it would be the last iron I'd ever owned when I purchased it. Was a full fledged empty nester and no longer needed to think about rug rats breaking things.
It was soooooo nice a dressmaker friend used to come over to my house to use it.
Alas, I briefly gained a DIL and lost an iron. She felt...uncomfortable using the ironing board (read too lazy) so one night left it on the bed plugged in and thermostat on. I didn't mind the hole she burned into the mattress (needed a new one anyway) as much as the iron.
Now I use the lighter weight one I bought my mother at her request. Such is life.
I voted yes. I also have the tall screechy when setting up and putting away ironing board. I did just buy a small table top ironing board that I can't wait to try out although that won't work for me when ironing seams on a big quilt.