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J-2000 Jiffy Garment Steamer with Plastic Steam Head, 120 Volt

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Plastic Steam Head
  • 1300 watt solid brass heating element (120 volt for North America use only)
  • High-impact plastic outer housing for durability
  • Quick two minute heat-up time
  • 1.5 Hour steam time per filling
  • 5.5-foot hose with 6-inch steam head
  • 3 Year Warranty
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Product Details

Style Name: Plastic Steam Head
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 11.5 x 16.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 16.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000665TD
  • Item model number: 1221
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (875 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,064 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Style Name: Plastic Steam Head

J-2000 Jiffy Garment Steamer with Plastic Steam Head

J-2000 Garment Steamer - Plastic Steam Head
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The J-2000 is the ideal steamer for home or light commercial use. It offers a variety of applications including removing wrinkles in clothing, removing wallpaper, steaming bedding and table linens. This steamer has a unique high-impact plastic housing for durability and wheels that swivel for mobility. The J-2000 heats up in just 2 minutes and will offer a 1.5 hours of steaming per filling with a convenient ¾ gallon water caddy that fits securely into the base of the steamer.

The standard Model J-2000 Residential garment steamer is recommended for home or light commercial usage with 1300 watts of steaming power. The J-2000 is equipped with a clear, plastic 3/4 gallon water reservoir with a no-drip check valve system, a 5 ½ foot flexible hose with a plastic steam head and handle, and easy roll casters for mobility. The J-2000 is equipped with an on/off switch and heats up in 1 minute.


Specifications
  • 1300 watt solid brass heating element (120 volt for North America use only)
  • High-impact plastic outer housing for durability
  • Quick two minute heat-up time
  • 1.5 Hour steam time per filling
  • 5.5-foot hose with 6-inch steam head
  • Carton Dimensions: 18 in x 12 in x 17 in
  • Assembled Dimensions: 10 in x 15 in x 64 in
  • Carton Weight: 18 pounds
  • Steam Time per Filling: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Electrical Certifications: UL, cUL, TUV/GS, CE, NOM and ANCE Listed

Customer Reviews

It works very well, heating up quickly with steady steam.
Trent Meidinger
This iron does a great job giving a consistent steam so you are able to get wrinkles out of fabrics (shirts, jeans, dress pants).
R. Pena
One of the best gifts I ever bought, for someone who was spending way to much time ironing.
J. Gosney

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,361 of 1,376 people found the following review helpful By H. D. Carvalho on February 5, 2008
Style Name: Plastic Steam Head
I'll make it simple: If you are looking for a home-edition garment steamer, your top 2 choices in the marketplace will likely be the Jiffy 2000 and the Rowenta 8100.

I tested both for 10 hours; on a 1 to 10 scale:

Jiffy (Looks = 6; Engineering = 10; Handling = 9; Craftsmanship = 10).
It looks like a mop bucket on wheels but it performs like a jet engine; every part of this machine from the plate at the bottom of the unit to the steam handle is built for rugged usage.

Rowenta (Looks = 10; Engineering = 5; Handling = 7; Crafsmanship = 4).
It looks like a UFO but performs like a Pinto with much less steaming power; it is built as a toddler's toy having most parts made with inexpensive plastic including the watertank base and valve: pull the machine a single foot OR tilt it a mere 1 inch and you will experience a slow-building cascade.

Buy the Rowenta 8100 as a decorative piece to make your closet look good.

Buy the Jiffy 2000 as a garment steamer to make your clothes look good.
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341 of 353 people found the following review helpful By M. Shea on October 24, 2004
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After figuring out that I must be spending in excess of $1000 yearly to have my husband's oxford shirts cleaned and pressed, I decided to cut my losses and purchase a Jiffy steamer.

I am happy with the purchase, so much so that I routinely steam garments that I would not have ironed in the past (t-shirts especially come out looking store-bought new), and it takes very little time.

I have used the steamer on prom dresses with great success.

I am able to press a knife-edged crease in dress pants of all types of material.

I think the best thing about this appliance is that I feel I am damaging our clothing LESS than if I were using an iron.

Don't throw away your iron, however! I must still use it to finish off the collars and shoulders of my husband's work shirts.
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394 of 414 people found the following review helpful By Johnston on July 9, 2005
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After borrowing a friend's ConAir steamer, and reading numerous reviews, I purchased this Jiffy from Amazon about a month ago. The Jiffy seems to be better-built than the ConAir, and puts out more steam, more consistantly than the model I borrowed.

In the last month, I have steamed everything I can think of in my house, to see how it works. I have been pleased with this product, and here is what I have learned:

1) A steamer is not an iron. While I have read reviews of how you can press creases into clothing, I have not been successful in this (yet). I don't really care about creases, though, and have not spent much time trying.

2) A steamer is a tool. You have to learn how to use it properly to get good results. Steaming from underneath works better than steaming downward into the right side of the fabric. Just like anyone who uses a hammer a few times is almost certainly going to hammer their finger, you will probably burn yourself while you are learning to use a steamer. When I first started using the steamer, I wanted to steam upwards, like I iron. It was counter-inuitive for me, but it works better to steam downwards.

3) Wrinkles really do fall out of fabrics, but this seems to only happen with synthetic fibers or blends with a high percentage of synthetics. If I had trouble ironing it, it will take some work to steam it. However, I always iron in more wrinkles than I take out, so for natural or difficult fabrics, I do a better job with a steamer. Fabrics that I was afraid to iron (too thin/delicate) steam beautifully.

Now, about the Jiffy J-2000 specifically:

This steamer heats up very quickly, in just two or three minutes.
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201 of 214 people found the following review helpful By Neddie Ludd on August 3, 2007
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Just got my steamer after a year+ hiatus since my Rowenta's plastic head cracked off. WOW, what a difference, for almost the same price! My advice: DO NOT bother with a steamer that has a plastic head. Over time, it will melt, crack, irreparably fall off-->the end for your steamer. There were no replacement parts for my Rowenta, & its ability to remove wrinkles was underwhelming, so I just didn't bother replacing it. The Jiffy J2000 is easier to use: The tank pulls out & replaces easily, no levers or locks to undo. The tank opening is big, no funnel needed, holds about a gallon. It heats within a minute to steaming. The metal head gets steaming hot, so you essentially have a combination of a hand-held iron and a steamer (the instructions do stress the importance of contact between the head and the fabric for best results). The handle is big and wooden, so its comfortable & cool. The unit itself is easy to roll on casters, not bulky, so it's easy to use in my very small laundry room. Be aware that if you haven't used a steamer before, the tubing gets very hot & may burn a little one (or you)--teach kids to stay away as soon as you get this out of the box! You will get billowing clouds of steam, & it WORKS, even on jeans! This is a very quiet unit, too, so you can steam while the kids sleep or do homework, Dad watches TV, etc. And if you want to hold your hanging garment by a corner to keep it steady or straighten it while steaming, I would strongly suggest an oven mitt, or just using a metal or wood tong to keep your hand out of the way entirely. That's the voice of experience, having scalded my fingers a few times! DON'T touch the hot steam head & keep it & the hose away from your anatomy. No attachments come with this steamer.Read more ›
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