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Not bad for $48, steam pressure could be greater, but is better than my old iron.
I purchased this on special for $48 -because of that good price I was happy with it, although really the only advantage of purchasing a steam station is that you don’t have to fill up the iron as regularly with water! So, because of the bulk and weight of that extra unit, it’s probably not really worth it. Although it does seem to have a slightly stronger steam supply than my old regular iron, and as a result I can iron lengths of fabric quicker. The unit actually has a pump and you can hear it pumping when you press the button - you do have to...physically press the steam button, which is a bit of a stress on your hand. The hottest selection seems to work on all fabrics, I feel it’s designed for a lot of synthetic ironing. I also feel I need a special ironing board now to carry the weight of that unit, at the very end. I don’t believe they actually make them. I did try to stick it on the end of my ironing board, but the ironing board nearly toppled over. I have seen the more expensive steam stations on YouTube, and they seem to exert a lot more steam/power, which would be much better. So if you’ve got $350 to spend instead of $50, I would buy the more expensive option definitely. I also would not buy this on eBay, those ones are three times the price, and I suspect it would be the Chinese manufacture of these, who are flogging off their faulty units.
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|Category||Irons & Steam Generators|
|Features||Anti-Drip and Auto Shut Off|
|Colour / Finish||White|
|Cord Length||1.6 m|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
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