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J-4000 Jiffy Garment Steamer with Plastic Steam Head, 120 Volt

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Plastic Steam Head
  • 1500 watt incoloy heating element (120 volt for North America use only)
  • Die cast aluminum housing
  • Preheat and Steam Settings
  • 2 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: 12 x 13.5 x 20 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 24.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000665TE
  • Item model number: 1421
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,517 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Style Name: Plastic Steam Head

J-4000 Jiffy Garment Steamer with Plastic Steam Head

J-4000 Pro Line Garment Steamer - Plastic Steam Head
J-4000 Pro Line Garment Steamer - Plastic Steam Head
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The J-4000 Pro-Line Series is Jiffy Steamer's most powerful model designed for commercial purposes. This steamer has a durable die cast aluminum outer housing unit with a built-in, easy-to-read water level sight gauge, 1500 watt Incoloy heating element and a stainless steel internal steam chamber. The J-4000 offers convenient preheat and steam settings, which allows you to have steam on demand. The unit takes 15 minutes to reach a Preheat temperature and then 5 more minutes to achieve full Steam. The J-4000 will steam for 2 hours per filling.

The heavy duty Model J-4000 Commercial garment steamer is equipped with 1500 watts of steaming power. The J-4000 is equipped with a 5 ½ foot hose with a plastic steam head and handle and a 1 gallon self-contained water tank with preheat and steam settings. It contains a sight gauge on the side of the steamer to view water level and sediment build-up at a glance. The J-4000 heats up within 15 minutes to preheat temperature and produces steam within 2 minutes once at the preheat temperature.


Specifications
  • 1500 watt Incoloy heating element (120 volt for North America use only)
  • Die cast aluminum housing
  • Preheat and Steam Settings
  • 2 Hour steam time per filling
  • 5.5-foot hose with 6-inch steam head
  • Carton Dimensions: 20 in x 12 in x 13 ½ in
  • Assembled Dimensions: 20 in x 11 in x 61 in
  • Carton Weight: 26 pounds
  • Steam Time per Filling: 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Electrical Certifications: UL, cUL, TUV/GS, CE, NOM and ANCE Listed


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Customer Reviews

Very durable, good quality item.
Norman P Burkoski
It works great and saves me a lot of time especially when I have multiple shirts that I want to get the wrinkles out of.
Ryan Marks
We love our Jiffy Steamer J-4000.
Jeff

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

213 of 216 people found the following review helpful By J. F. on June 29, 2003
Style Name: Plastic Steam Head
After much research - I decided on getting the best machine on the market!
I just received my Jiffy Steamer J-4000 Pro-Line Series Garment Steamer a few days ago, and quite frankly, I'm amazed at its effectiveness!
First of all, assembling it was incredibly simple - took no more than 5 minutes. The machine comes with no more than 4-5 pieces to put together, and a wrench is included for free (so no extra personal tools needed). It comes on casters for easily mobility. It doesn't take much storage space (20 inches wide - 10 inch depth).
It has 3 settings: Off, Preheat and Steam, so there is no complication. Also, it has automatic shut-off - and the best part: if you're planning to use it throughout the day, you can leave it on preheat to conserve water! Just switch to steam when ready and you're ready to steam immediately!
Once assembled, you pour no more than 4 quarts of water (tap water or distilled water is fine) into the machine (while it's off), then turn on, switch the setting to "pre-heat", then wait about 15 minutes. You know it's ready to be switched to "steam" when the indicator light starts blinking on and off. You then switch to steam and wait about 2 minutes for the steam to start. Then you're ready to go (and go and go - this machine is capable of over 1.5 hours of steam time!)
Steaming the clothes is very simple. As you go along, you'll find that some fabrics steam much easier than others, and you'll learn different methods of steaming different types of fabric. Some fabrics do perfectly steaming from the outside - some lend themselves better to the steaming process if you steam from the INSIDE of the garment. Other fabrics take longer to steam, others take only a few minutes.
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156 of 159 people found the following review helpful By lamban on February 25, 2005
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Since I never know what I want to wear (to work) until morning usually, my modus operandi previously was to iron in the morning if I felt up to it. In addition, to get good results was a huge pain and time consumer, let alone that the clothes that I ironed looked worse and worse over time.

Enter the J-4000...

I first purchased the Jiffy J-2000 based on reviews on the Web and the fact that it was on sale at Costco.com. Upon receiving it and trying it out, I was not especially impressed because the steam seemed to merely seep out of the head. It did a passable job of getting wrinkles out, but did not seem to have what I felt was the power to really get my clothes in great shape quickly and effectively.

I then visited Amazon.com and re-read the reviews of both the J-2000 and the J-4000. I noticed that people were absolutely raving about the J-4000. I also discovered that the price at the time was a steal, so I decided to try it side-by-side and return the model I did not want.

Well, I received the J-4000 today and whipped out a few of my daughter's tiny little button-down lacy shirts that have been a nightmare to iron (and hence, have not been getting any wearings). I also steamed a suit I wore today to an all-day meeting and now it is as fresh as if I'd just gotten it dry-cleaned. Unlike with the J-2000, I actually could see the steam moving through all of the layers of fabric and making a true difference in my suit's appearance (and odor with a little Febreeze).

I am sold on the J-4000 and will be returning the J-2000. I think the J-4000 works so well because of the 1500 W vs. 1300 W heating element. It makes a big difference.

I paid $124 with shipping at Costco.com for the J-2000 and $199 with shipping at Amazon.com for the J-4000. Since then, I've only seen it as low as $250, so you'll have to watch for specials.
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158 of 164 people found the following review helpful By Phermat on January 22, 2005
Style Name: Plastic Steam Head
Let's get one thing out of the way here.... I HATE IRONING!!!

I'm a 20-something bachelor, and although I know how to iron, I've always hated the particular mixture of tediousness/meticulousness necessary to get ALL the wrinkles out of clothes. So much so, that unless it is a special occasion, I just do the leave the clothes hanging in the bathroom while I take a shower (and hope for the best).

Enter the J-4000 Jiffy steamer. I'd heard legends about steamers being wonderful to use and easier/quicker than ironing. But the only people I'd known had the hand steamers, which were always garbage, and the big models always cost several times even the fanciest iron. My parents eventually bought a low-level conair big steamer and used it for about a week. In my mom's words, it work nice, but it just didn't produce enough steam, so things took forever.

Now I recently moved up in position at my job, and the wrinkled recent bachelor look just won't fly anymore. So I saw this during an Amazon Friday sale for a "buck seventy-five" with free shipping, did a little research, and saw this was the Cadillac of steamers. Knowing Amazon's excellent customer service, I ordered this, figuring if this didn't work as advertised, I'd return it, and close the door on steamers forever (and hope that someday I could afford a monthly dry-cleaning service).

But it worked!! When I broke this out on laundry day, I was initially greeted by a load of laundry I'd accidentally left in the drier for 2 weeks. If there was ever a test for the de-wrinkling powers of this steamer, some creases that have been pressed for 2 weeks ought to do it. But even on those, even the most wrinkled shirt/sweater took only about a minute and a half.
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