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243 of 254 people found the following review helpful
on August 3, 2014
Pros: It's light, portable, and puts out a decent amount of steam.
Cons: It quit working after 4 months of occasional use.

UPDATE: The fix for my problem was found in the questions for this product.
The pump had gone dry and needed to be primed. To do this:
1. Pry off the top panel that says 'Conair.'
2. Unscrew the 4 visible screws on the next panel, and slide it off to the rear.
3. Pull off the tube that is connected to the middle of the heating plate.
4. With the reservoir attached, suck on the end until water comes out. Replace the tube.
5. Test and reassemble.
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304 of 322 people found the following review helpful
on April 16, 2012
First I bought the more expensive Shark steamer; bad choice - it's way too heavy to hold for any length of time and it does take a long time to heat and really doesn't get wrinkles out. This Conair steamer is absolutely everything that Shark isn't. It's easy to handle, not heavy, gets hot right away - really hot. Has two settings - low and high heat; both work great for levis or silk blouses. I recommend this steamer very highly. One of the best purchases I have made in awhile.
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168 of 182 people found the following review helpful
on May 3, 2012
Product works better than expected. Actually puts out more steam than my full size unit. U can steam 3 shirts to perfection on a single tank of water and is compact enough to easily pack in suitcase on trips Great buy!
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112 of 125 people found the following review helpful
on July 26, 2012
This really does the job.
Steam out most everything .
Easy to use.
Home or travel,this steamer
Is the best I have ever used,
And I have tried many others....
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99 of 115 people found the following review helpful
on August 6, 2012
I bought this steamer and used it once. I took out all the water and left it for a month or two. I then tried to use it again on a suit and it didn't work at all. Same issues as some other people have written-both lights are on and it makes a wurring sound. Too late to return.

I do not suggest buying this product.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on August 1, 2012
Product stopped working after first usage. Both red and green lights are on, and the steamer sounds like it's working, but no steam comes out. The head of the steamer still gets really hot as if it's working. Given I had only used it once before, it seems unlikely that it's a clogging issue.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful
on October 3, 2012
The Conair GS23 stopped working the third time I used it. It worked o.k. the first two times. I wouldn't bother with this product. The full size steamers appear to be the better bet if you've got the space and inclination. This one is too big to travel with and doesn't work well as a house steamer.
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63 of 82 people found the following review helpful
on May 22, 2012
I just got this in the mail today and put it right to work. I needed to unload my travel bag and I had a couple of cotton polo men's shirts that were very wrinkled. They looked kinda like if you took a piece of tin foil and crinkled it up and tried to flatten it out again. I used the mesh screen attachment. I filled it up with water and with ten minutes, on high, I had turned 4 shirts wrinkle free. I just hung them up and made about 2 passes along the front and back. In order to speed up the process even more I'm going to get an oven mitt or something so that I can use both hands.

Only bad part is that it is kinda big(not worth a deduction). About the size of a full size hair dryer. It might take up some room in your suit case but I won't be traveling without mine.

For the price it was a good deal @ 36 shipped with tax. I was going to spend much more but the reviews were very mixed. I figured I would take a chance on this with only 2 reviews but I'm satisfied.
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54 of 71 people found the following review helpful
on August 9, 2012
this item CANNOT substitute iron...I just got the item today, so I immediately tried to steam my suit and shirts.
it worked fine with my suits. it did eliminate the winkles. however i noticed it "spitted" lots water drops out. literally SPITTING ...(you can even hear the spitting sound lol)
i guess since my suits are all black, i could not tell how bad it was. but when i tried to steam the tshirt, it was horrible. I mean it did get some winkles out (some winkles, deep winkles cannot be eliminated), but the shirts were all damped (again, anybody knows if it is the common problem for all steamer or just this one?)...if you need to steam shirts, then you have to hang it overnight. you just cannot use it if you are in hurry; your clothes will be really wet. again, you still need to iron your shirt if you need that crisp look. but i still consider this item is acceptable, for the fact that i dont need to send my suits to dry cleaning to get rid of the winkles anymore. one thing for sure, i am not going to use it to steam my shirt..sigh..i hate ironing but it is an unavoidable task i guess.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on June 20, 2012
This steamer does what it is supposed to. The steam is hot enough to get through thick fabrics but it is rather larger than I expected. It's not meant to travel with, that's for sure.
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