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SteamFast SP-660 Table Top Steam Press

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  • Tabletop steam press for quick pressing from Steam Fast; adjustable temperature settings for different fabrics
  • Die-cast aluminum base; provides 7 times surface area of conventional iron
  • 1300-watt press automatically shuts off and alerts if left idle for prolonged periods; steam burst buttons on both sides of handle
  • Tank holds 10 ounces of water; accessories include a spray bottle, washable presser pad, cover, and funnel
  • Press measures 24 by 22 by 9 inches and weighs 19.8 pounds; limited 1-year warranty. Shipping within the US only
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SteamFast SP-660 Table Top Steam Press + SteamFast A600-016 EZ Steam-Press Stand for Steam-Press Models SP-660, SF-661, and SF-680 + Protective Ironing Scorch-Saving Mesh Pressing Pad 2-Pack #128-2
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 22 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 23.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
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  • ASIN: B00006WNRX
  • Item model number: SP-660
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,213 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Want professional results without paying the professional? Want that drycleaner crease without having to make the trip? The SteamPress is the product that can make that happen! Powerful bursts of steam ensure long-lasting creases and with a pressing surface that's 7 times larger than any conventional iron, you'll have professional results in just minutes. The unit is portable, easy to store, and much less of a hassle than any ironing board. Pleated skirts, pants, blouses, shirts, neckties and scarves - the SteamPress takes care of them all! And with an audio safety alarm system and automatic shut-off system, safety will never be an issue. The unit comes equipped with an ironing pad cover, fill bottle, spray bottle, shoulder pad and optional workstation stand. Let the SteamPress take the wrinkles out of your ironing routine. Model is made for 120 Volts only

Customer Reviews

So I'm sending it back.
Rob
Although I barley use it now, some clothes are much easier to work with a regular iron.
Julia G.
I am able to press more clothing in less time and get that crisp dry cleaner look.
Elmer J. Lovett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

199 of 204 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 30, 2006
I learned how to iron in the Army, putting creases on my uniforms each Sunday night before I go to work. And I was pretty good at it. But I always thought there had to be a better way. This is a great product and I imagine as an appliance, one is probably comparable to the other, the difference being price and features.
The trick, and perhaps the reason for some negative reviews is that folks seem to expect it to be similar to hand ironing. It is not. You need to develop a new process, tackle your clothes differently. I suggest three things:
1. Think in big chunks. Remember the hand iron is small and most of us who can iron think in small areas. This appliance will tackle much bigger areas. And it will iron both sides at once - don't stress yourself about flipping things over - spend time instead on smoothing out the wrinkles and then simply drop the handle, hit a bolt or two of steam. Be patient, the skills will come.
2. Let it warm up - I plug it in, turn it on and putter a bit, gathering laundry and prepping my clothes. I set it up on my old ironing board and then simply lower it down so I can sit at the couch and iron while watching the evening news.
3. Practice, practice, practice. If you have a garment that absolutely must be ironed perfectly for a meeting in an hour - and you have never used this press before - then you will be disappointed. I suggest practice placing items on it while it is unplugged and cold - you will quickly get the hang of it. When first trying it out, iron a few old shirts, pants or dresses to get the hang of it. Then jump in. In a few short attempts at ironing you will quickly master the new skill and find that indeed ironing is no longer a task that lasts hours and hours.

I can get a week's work of ironing in just a little over an hour and now I can put a nice starched shirt on and grab a pair of creased pants for my corporate executive job - and I don't pay the dry cleaner to do it anymore.
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127 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Yv on September 19, 2004
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Despite some of the negative reviews I had read about steam pressing, I forged forward and purchased this item. One common concern among other reviewers was the inability to press dress shirts, without creating crease in the wrong places. I did not encounter this problem. I would suggest you practice placing articles of clothing on the iron prior to starting up. I did this and it worked like a charm. It also cut down my ironing time by 50% or more. The optional steam capability works great. Note, when you use this option it will reduce the temperature of the iron. On the whole it operated wonderfully and created very nice creases(in the right places), on slacks as well as shirts. I will be ordering the optional table, this way I will be able to sit while I press.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Julia G. on January 28, 2010
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Now I've had this for 2 months and I feel like I got it down, it's about time to share my experience. I wanted a steam press iron for the longest time, but never came close to actually buying it. Reading reviews game me a second thought also, I waited too long to find out this great invention.

As many says, it is small, but once you get used to it, this size is not too bad. It would be nice to own something like what dry cleaners have, but who knows how much that would cost and I don't want to give up that much space in my house either. So, for the price, I take this size and think this is a wonderful addition to my life.

After trying a few different things along with some mistakes, I found the following things that might help others.

1. Keep your regular iron and don't throw it away. Although I barley use it now, some clothes are much easier to work with a regular iron.
2. To activate steam, press the red button on either side of the handle (took me for a while to realize it wasn't automatic)
3. Use a sprayer (included) as soon as it gets to the temperature instead of waiting for steam to be ready. You can save some energy!
4. Place a cloth over on any "printed" part. I was too lazy to do this and print got on the ironing surface and now it won't come off....
5. Use a bigger pillow than what comes with and read manual to learn how to use it. This is a very good trick that I would never thought of if I didn't read the manual (found it while searching for activating the steam). With a pillow, you can iron almost anything without pulling out your regular iron from closet. Find a bigger pillow, it saves your time that you don't have to move around so often.
6. Place clothes all the way back and pull forward as you are working.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By MJ Wood on January 20, 2007
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The SteamFast SP-660 Table Top Steam Press performs exactly as we thought it would - very well, cutting the ironing time by as much as 50%. No kidding! After considering the Steam Fast SF-680 Digital Fabric Steam Press (which has received rave reviews), along with a few others, we opted for this one at nearly $100 less (especially when you type in the promotional code to get the additional $25 discount. Enter code CLEAROUT at checkout). Honestly, not having tried the other, we can't really compare. We can only report that the SP-660 does require a little re-learning, but it's not difficult and it is well worth the few minutes invested!

If you have difficulty ironing at all, this product will NOT help you. It does not perform miracles. However, if you iron regularly with success, once you learn how to use the SP-660, you will find this to be a timesaver.

When this product first arrived, we didn't have any distilled water in the house, but we started using it without filling the water reservoir. We find that using spray-on wrinkle releaser, light starch, or plain water (using the included spray bottle filled with water), yields crisp presses. We haven't felt the need to use the steam press feature yet.

We did not purchase the stand (it seems rather pricey), and instead have put the press on top of a standard ironing board. This works, although it is probably not the perfect solution.

One last thought; we debated over whether we should get a press with a larger ironing surface (SF-680). We've decided that this slightly smaller surface is sufficient and is probably an easier transition from a regular iron. However, we are ironing mostly women's clothes, which tend to have smaller flat areas.

Hope this helps with your decision.
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