HAAN TS-30 Travel Quick Pro Handheld Garment Steamer, White
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- Compact design, fits easily into travel bags
- Includes travel bag, resting tray and lint/nap brush attachment
- Ready to use in seconds
- Smooth away wrinkles and freshens fabrics to achieve that "fresh from the dry cleaner" look
- Kills up to 99.9% of E. coli, Salmonella and other common household germs
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-The metal holder you're supposed to set the steamer on while using it is too small, so you have to pry it off with your fingers every time you pick up the steamer-- which of course is a great way to burn your fingers.
-The steam comes out very sporadically, so some parts of the clothing get wet and others get no steam at all.
-The reservoir is really hard to get out of the steamer, it took two of us 5 minutes of prying (yes, we were pushing the side tabs down just like the instructions said)just to get the thing out to fill it with water.
- The reservoir is constructed so that getting all the water out of it after use is impossible, I can tell it will get moldy very soon.
-Well, my clothes were still wrinkled after using it. I think it's due to the sporadic nature of the steam pump.
I hope this helps someone else save some money, or at least spend it on a better made steamer(:
-Got it on sale
-Did not take long to heat up
-Small and compact
-Did not do its job
-Does not produce hot enough steam
-Runs out of water fast
Overall, not a good steamer to buy.
1. Steam is barely seen
2. Only holds little water
3. Too heavy to hold for more than 1 min
4. Cannot get rid of any wrinkle after trying on cotton, cashmere, silk
Had to return it in the end. Very disappointed. Not sure if that's what I should expect for a travel steamer.
The good thing about ordering from Amazon is the no hassle return which I used on this product. I ended up paying a bit more and bought the "Conair Extreme Hand Held Fabric Steamer with Dual Heat". I'm glad I did. The Conair was well worth the extra $15 and there are product videos that realistically demonstrate the product. The steam on the Conair is strong enough to get the wrinkles out yet it is still portable if you want to travel with it.
My recommendation is to stay away from this Haan hand held steamer and go with the Conair or another better product. Thumbs down on this one.
It's very easy to use. Just load it with water, plug it in and it takes only a few seconds to take the wrinkles out.
The only downside would be that it doesn't work that well on all kinds of fabrics. I tried it on knit and it didn't work as well.
It's ideal for dress pants and dress shirts!
If you've pulled your clothes out of your suitcase and need to get rid of the wrinkles that have accumulated during travel, this is not your steamer.
If you've got a wrinkle in a cloth thicker than a cotton polo, this is not your steamer.
So what is this steamer for? If you have a dress shirt or something that you ironed after drying, folded, placed in your suitcase, took out of the suitcase, ironed again, hung up in the closet, and now want to get that crisp clean James-Bond-Impeccably-Dressed look, this is your steamer!
It is great at removing those small gentle wrinkles that are the difference between a teenager dressed for prom and the suit models in the catalogs. If you buy this for that purpose, you will be pleased. And, for $20, it's worth it.
In keeping with its intended use: do not expect a large reservoir, do not expect consistent and bountiful steam, do not expect comfortable use for more than 5-10 minutes, and do not expect ease of use. In fact, only consider buying this if you are the type of person who would have (or has!) a valet who would have been willing to crisp and steam your clothes for you. It is a lot of work for a little payoff, so much so that it only really makes sense to have somebody else do it. Another analogy would be home waxing versus spa waxing. Home waxing gets it done, but spa waxing gives you music and ambiance. This is the ambiance bit - unneeded, but it matters to some.
So, if you're in a hurry, you can't use this. If you're at risk of being overdressed, you can't use this. But if you have the time and the discerning eye to appreciate what small changes it will work upon your already-pretty-crisp shirts and pants, this is not the worst way to spend your money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have replaced with a lighter weight steamer for traveling by air as this is a heavy item. okay for home use.Published on January 9, 2014 by Sharon Mccadam
This steamer is pretty OK. I tried to use it to steam some wrinkles out of some lightweight polyester curtains that were already hanging, and it did a so-so job. Read morePublished on December 12, 2013 by Design Grrl
Basically have the same problems as everyone else, got a defective unit. Called HAAN about warranty replacement, and they do not have a RMA system in place. Read morePublished on May 6, 2013 by xspikesx
I was excited to get this steamer because I had always heard great things about the HAAN products. I took it with me on travel to a hotel to use instead of the in room irons (had... Read morePublished on March 8, 2013 by ptted
Daughter in law seemed very pleased at Christmas great price. Good size for home or travel. Don't always need an iron for quick touch upPublished on January 17, 2013 by Mousey
I didn't expect a lot out of this, as compact as it is. I like the fact that the reservoir pops out for easy filing and emptying and it heats up pretty quick. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by doggy dad
after reading the instructions, i plugged the unit in and waited for the red light to come on. in a matter of seconds it lit up, i waited a few more seconds then tried to use it on... Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Angela Mullins
The power button is also your steam button. So you turn the thing off while using it. Very little steam comes out and it made no real improvement on the top I was steaming. Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by B. Love
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