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Reliable IronMaven J420 Home Ironing System, Made in Europe

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  • Professional-quality iron uses dry pressurized steam to smooth out wrinkles
  • 5-cup stainless-steel water tank; aluminum sole plate with steam holes at the tip
  • Power switches for boiler and iron; low-water indicator; boiler auto shut-off for safety
  • Heat-resistant cork handle; vertical-steam option; dual-function safety/fill cap
  • Measures approximately 12 by 12 by 13 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Description

What's the secret to getting a clean, crisp finish to your garments? Professionals know the value of using dry, pressurized steam when ironing. This gets the steam into the fabric faster--your ironing time is cut in half (it's true). Steam is used to soften the fibers, and the weight of the iron shapes the fabric. This is done effortlessly when you have the right tools to do the job. Pressurized steam is the key. Once you've used it, you will never go back to you old iron again. Find out what garment makers, dry cleaners and tailors have known for years; using pressurized steam transforms ironing from a tiresome chore to an effortless task. Now the same quality steam is available to everyone. The Reliable IronMaven J420 uses a large (5-cup) 18/10 stainless steel tank to contain the water. Heat up time takes only 7-8 minutes. When the water level is low, a light indicator lets you know it is time to refill the tank. Reliable understands that the quality of an ironing system is only as good (no matter how nice it looks) as what is inside it. This is why we use the best components available to ensure your total satisfaction. Lifetime product warranty policy applies to all Reliable Corporation pressurized steam boiler tanks. See warranty document for details.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 13 inches ; 11.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0028QHMHS
  • Item model number: RELJ420
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #527,224 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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3.3 out of 5 stars

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67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Marcie 7511 on February 4, 2010
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Update to my previous review from Nov. 2009: I had my Iron Maven J420 for a total of 22 months. Oct. 5, 2011 I discovered a meltdown of the plastic cover on the bottom of the water tank. I discovered this when turning it over to drain the tank to prepare it for the descaling solution I was going to put in. I think plastic had melted due to a wire overheating inside the unit. It made a hole about the size of a quarter in the cover. You could see through the hole to wiring inside the tank and a black area indicating high temperature had occurred. I bought the IronMaven in November 09 after burning out my third $100 steam iron in 3 years. I wanted a durable unit that would last, had killer steam ability and did not mind paying $300.00 or so for one. I liked the IronMaven, it worked well. However, it appears to be no better constructed than any other cheap iron on the market and may be a fire hazard. It takes 10 minutes to warm up and now I see that leaving it unattended could have resulted in a fire.There are vent holes on the bottom of the water tank. I had it sitting on the end of my ironing board on a metal baking rack to keep the holes clear and unobstructed. I have no idea why it overheated. It may have been a wiring short. Sending it back for repair would be $24.95 each way to Reliable Co. in Canada plus about $70.00 for repairs. Do the math, that is about $120.00 if the technician was accurate about repair cost when I contacted the company. My expectation was to buy a unit that would work at least 5 years problem free when purchasing this thing. Use of about 2 hours a week for 22 months is not a heavy workload for a unit like this. I was checking out the Reliable i300 unit and was tempted for a moment to buy it at $449.00 then came to my senses.Read more ›
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Bennett Murphy on October 8, 2010
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I had previous purchased a Euro Pro steam generator iron, which was quite impressive. It finally "died" and I thought I would buy another. However, as I did (considerable) research, I discovered the IronMaven appeared to be a superior product (hard to believe.) Additionally, the price was considerably higher for the IronMaven. However, I had read enough that I decided to buy it. Oh my goodness, this is the smoothest, easiest and quickest iron I have ever had. Without trying to disparage the Euro Pro product I had, the IronMaven made the Euro Pro seem like a 'travel iron', by comparison. I AM SO VERY GLAD that I purchased this product. My ironing time is divided in half, because 'one swipe' is all it takes. The feature of being able to lock the steam button down saves ALOT of time when ironing table cloths, etc. Truely, this was an excellent choice!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gia on May 25, 2011
I've only used this steam generator for couple of weeks and totally love it! My husband wears dress shirts to work and his shirts never looked properly ironed, even though I had a Rowenta steam iron set on the highest setting and I would spray his shirts with water and starch before ironing. When that finally broke, we decided to go with a steam generator. WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!! Advantages of the steam generator that I see vs. steam iron: The water stays in the bowl, making the iron much lighter. The handle really stays cool at the highest temperature vs. my Rowenta that would get overall really hot and uncomfortable. Less trips to the faucet; I can iron 4 shirts in one go, but I use a lot of steam (~ 4cups of water). The continuous steam works great, it has a lock button that would allow continuous steam. I like steam on demand though, and the button is very easy to press, almost effortlessly; with my Rowenta, my finger would hurt badly after 20 min of pressing for steam when ironing. Cutting time in half, since it gets the job done in 1-2 goes, vs. 4-5 with my previous steam iron. Results are excellent and hold the pressing, including cotton and linen, where as with my Rowenta, results were medium, with wrinkles appearing back after a day or so. I don't know yet how reliable is it going to be, but I hope it would last for years to come. Happy customer so far!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 21, 2013
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This ironing system produces a tremendous amount of steam and irons well as long as it works. It was used to iron clothing for a family of five. Maybe ten articles of clothing per day on the high side. The steam was constant and the sole plate heated evenly. It takes about 10 minutes to heat and you have two steam settings, off and high. It ironed well and shortened ironing times.
We had our first problem within four months. The boiler would no longer heat. Reliable had me ship the unit to their canadian repair facility. After $65 in shipping and 3 weeks later we had the iron back.
Our second problem occurred about a week after the warranty expired, another heating issue. $55 in shipping and $115 in repair cost and the iron is on it's way back again.
I have exactly what I paid initially for the iron again in shipping and repair costs... within 12 months...

Just got off the phone with "Luigi" at Reliable. He tried to make a comparison between owning a KIA and a Porche....how do you respond to that? Reliable makes an iron that performs like a Porsche of the ironing world?? It's really costly to own? There are very few repair facilities? I could ramble on....

The bottom line is you will spend at least $65 in shipping to have it repaired each time you send it to Canada and be with out an iron for 3 weeks. "Luigi" stated that the iron is a consumer grade and rated for 5-10 hours per week of use. We didn't use it any where near that. This is the last time I will have it repaired. I'm glad I kept my 5 year old $35 Sunbeam, at least we can still iron.
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