Portable Garment Steamer; Light Weight makes it an ideal travel companion
The Hilife clothes steamer is an intriguing take on an age-old problem: wrinkled clothes. Its 240ml water tank is enough for 15 minutes of continuous steaming, and it emits a powerful stream of steam that banishes wrinkles from clothes in seconds. The unit's reservoir is small, however, so you'll need to refill it after every 15 minutes of steaming. (The water tank itself has a handle, so you can carry it around, but it's a little awkward.) The steamer's power is adequate, but it heats up and shuts off fairly quickly, so you'll need to wait a few minutes before steaming. The steamer's handle is a little short, and the unit feels a little heavy, but it's compact enough to fit into a closet and is light enough to carry around. The steamer comes with a 1-cup water tank and a 1-brush, so you'll need to purchase additional accessories, such as steam pins, if you want to steam more clothes at once. The unit's water tank and steam release button are located on the front of the unit, so it's easy to use. The steamer is also easy to clean: you can wipe it down with a cloth or rinse it with water and wipe it down with a damp cloth. The steamer has an integrated auto-off feature, so it's safe to leave it on while you sleep. The steamer's controls are on the handle, but the unit's buttons are labeled with English letters, which can be confusing. The steamer includes a 1-year limited warranty.
3 additional attachments lint brush, soft brush, and creaser provide versatile steaming options
The Steamer for Clothes is a lightweight iron that steams clothes right out of the dryer in as little as 30 seconds.
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The Conair Turbo ExtremeSteam 1875 Watt Handheld Fabric, 2-in-1 Steam and Iron Garment Steamer, One Size, Black/Blue is a convenient and powerful garment steamer that irons out wrinkles and removes odors from clothes, curtains, drapes and other fabrics.
30S Heat Up, 1200w premium heating elements, generate steam in a more powerful and concentrated jet or release steam stably & continuously, remove wrinkles straightly and perfectly
The YIKA Steamer for Clothes is an all-around cleaner that does a good job on basic garments, but it's also a good choice if you spend a lot of time ironing. The steamer has 12 adjustable steam settings (from low to hi), and the low setting won't damage delicate fabrics like silk, and the high temperature setting will get rid of wrinkles on cotton, wool, and linen. It also has a timer that's programmable for up to 25 minutes, so it won't keep chugging away if you leave it running. The tank holds enough water for 25 minutes of continuous steaming, and it stays cool enough that it's comfortable to hold. The steamer has a ceramic iron panel that's safe to use on all fabrics, including silk, cotton, and linen, and it's removable, so you can easily clean it off. The steamer is lightweight, so it's easy to hold in one hand, and it's portable, too, so you can easily take it with you. The steamer has a detachable, 10.14-ounce large water tank, and it has a 1.8-foot hose. The steamer also comes with two bonus accessories: a garment brush and a fabric brush, so you can easily clean your clothing. The steamer is waterproof, so you can use it to clean your upholstery or shower tiles. The steamer comes with a 1-year warranty, and it's fairly expensive (about $80), but it's a high-end, professional model, so it's worth the price.
Rowenta DR8120 X-Cel Powerful Handheld Garment and Fabric Stainless Steamer Steel Heated Soleplate with 2 Steam Options
HEATED METAL FACEPLATE - Easily iron away any stubborn wrinkles with the heated metal faceplate
The Rowenta DR8120 X-Cel is a powerful, easy-to-use handheld steamer, and we like its versatile steam options, which let you choose from high, medium, and low steam levels. The steamer's soleplate is stainless steel, and it's long been a favorite among professional cleaners for its durability. (One Steamist reviewer told us he steams his soleplate several times a week, and it's still as good as new after more than 3 years of use.) The DR8120 has a detachable 6.76 oz tank, which can be filled directly from the sink. The tank is removable for easy refills, and it has a see-through window so you can see how full it is. The steamer's soleplate is nonstick, so it's easy to use. The steamer has 3 different steam modes, and it has a 1600-watt heating element, so it produces plenty of steam. The steamer has an auto shutoff feature, and it comes with a 6-foot power cord, a 1-year warranty, and a free cleaning tool. The steamer is portable, weighing just 2.8 pounds, and it's easy to carry. The steamer has an intuitive interface, and it's easy to use. The steamer has 2 steam options, high, medium, and low, and you can steam for up to 10 minutes continuously.
Safe and Easy to Use The steamer is designed with full security guidelines. The automatic shut-down system activates whenever the steamer is too hot, or the water level is too low, to keep you safe from every kind of accident. The portable steamer is certified by Electrical Testing Laboratories in compliance with North American safety standards.
The handheld MagicPro Garment Steamer was, by far, the best steamer we tested. It did a great job of removing wrinkles from clothes, and it made steaming curtains and upholstery easy. It also quickly heats up, and it has a 300ml water reservoir, which is enough for several steaming sessions. The water tank is detachable, so you can steam while on the go without worrying about carrying a ironing board with you. The steamer performed well on all of our tests, and it's easy to use. The steamer has a removable lint brush, so you can get at small, hard-to-reach spots. This steamer is also convenient to use with a hanger. The steamer also has an adjustable temperature setting, so you can control the level of steam to your liking. The steamer has an automatic shut-off feature, which stops it after 30 minutes, so you're not left with a hot steamer when you're ready to turn it off. Overall, the MagicPro Garment Steamer is an easy-to-use, effective handheld steamer, and it's small enough to stash in a luggage or travel bag.
The Electrolux Portable Handheld Garment & Fabric Steamer ($199.99) has a powerful 1500-watt steam output, enough to steam any fabric from cotton to silk. Its 8-foot power cord helps it reach far into your closet or laundry area, and the steamer's large 300-ml water tank provides 18 minutes of continuous steaming. The steamer itself is fairly lightweight, making it easy to transport, and it includes a handy cloth brush, lint brush, and steam nozzle. Like the Panasonic, the Electrolux has a quick heating time; it heats up in only 30 seconds, and its steam nozzle produces steam that comes out hot enough to remove wrinkles from most fabrics. The steamer also has two steam settings, and because it comes with a fabric brush, you can press it under your clothes to remove wrinkles and creases. The steam nozzle, however, is a bit small, and it produced little steam when we pressed it against our thick wool sweater. The steam nozzle also isn't as versatile as the Panasonic's; it only has a single steam setting, and it isn't capable of steaming directly inside a garment. The Electrolux also comes with a small iron rest, but it lacks a fabric plate, so you can't use it to steam iron. The iron rest is also a bit awkward to hold, so it's best used on small or delicate items. The Electrolux isn't as strong or versatile as some of the other steamers we tested, but its large water tank and steam output make it a good option for garment steaming, especially if you're planning to travel.
The Rowenta Xcel Steam Compact is an impressive garment steamer, with a high-performance motor and enough water capacity to make quick work of large loads. The steamer's compact size and self-standing base make it easy to store and carry, and it's powerful enough to steam through several shirts or a pair of pants in just a few minutes. The steamer's water tank is removable, and the unit comes with two fabric brushes, a steam bonnet, and a door hook. The steamer also features an on/off switch and a steam indicator light, and its handle is long enough for most adult hands. The Rowenta has the most powerful continuous steam output of any handheld garment steamer we tested, and its steam output is comparable to some larger steamers, though it lacks the power needed for heavily wrinkled items. The Rowenta isn't as portable or as lightweight as our best portable steamer, and it's a bit more noisy than our other picks. The Rowenta also takes a while to heat up, and its steam output starts declining after several minutes. Still, the Rowenta packs a lot of power into a tiny package, and it's the only handheld garment steamer we tested that can steam through heavy fabrics.
The Steamer for Clothes is a compact, lightweight steamer, and it's a good middle ground between the handheld steamers and steam mops we tested. It's powerful, with a 1800W power supply, and the steam it generates is hotter and stronger than anything we tested. It has two steam settings, the first level being powerful enough to steam out wrinkles in most types of fabric, and the second level having a bit more steam power, which comes in handy for removing tougher wrinkles, such as in flannel shirts. The Steamer for Clothes has a wide nozzle with an adjustable steam flow, and the steam flows out smoothly and quietly. The steam flow is adjustable too, and you can raise or lower the steam flow as needed. The Steamer for Clothes has a sleek, modern design with a blue LCD display on top. The display shows the current temperature and steam level, and it also has a smart LCD timer, which can be set to either 0 to 10 minutes or 30 minutes. The Steamer for Clothes also has a useful 360-degree swivel and 360-degree tilt feature, so you can easily turn it in any direction, and it has a carrying handle and shoulder strap, which make transporting it easy. The Steamer for Clothes is very easy to use, and we've used it successfully to steam out wrinkles in our shirts, pants, and dresses. The Steamer for Clothes is lightweight, compact, and easy to use, and it's a good middle ground between the handheld steamers and steam mops we tested. It comes with a 350ml water container, which is enough for about 5 to 6 hours of steam. The Steamer for Clothes also has two safety bars at the bottom, which prevent the steamer from tipping over. The Steamer for Clothes is well-made, and it's a powerful, high-quality steamer.
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