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Conair GS60 Deluxe Compact Fabric Steamer

3.5 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews
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  • 1200-watt fabric steamer smoothes wrinkles from clothing, bedding, curtains, and more
  • Heats up in about 5 minutes; up to 40 minutes of continuous high-velocity steam
  • Automatic shut-off; 5-foot, insulated, cool-touch hose; wheels for easy mobility
  • Cool-touch base and handle; crease attachment, lint attachment, and door hook included
  • Measures 9-1/4 by 10 by 14-7/8 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Steaming Steamers

Product Description

The Conair deluxe compact fabric steamer has a 1200 watt heater for professional high velocity steam. The steamer is faster and easier than ironing. 40 Minutes of steam with no ironing board to up for fewer dry cleaning bills.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 15.1 x 10.2 x 10.1 inches
Item Weight 5.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 5.8 pounds
Manufacturer Conair
ASIN B0015R29X8
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Item model number GS60
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3.5 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #803,071 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#212 in Home & Kitchen > Irons & Steamers > Garment Steamers
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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I got sick of ironing so I decided to buy this today at Bed, Bath & Beyond. At Bed, Bath & Beyond, you can use the 20% off coupon.

I looked online and compared products and this one seems to be the best buy for under $50. This one has 1200 watts compared to others which have 600 & 800 watts. My decision came down to this one and the Rowenta steam brush (800 watts & only 1-2/3 ounce water capacity). I decided on this one because I did not want to have to constantly refill the water tank.

It's the GS6 model for about $40. It does hold a lot of water and does produce about half an hour of steam.

I have been using this for almost 6 months and have to say that it is amazing. I use it to steam everything. It works faster on the softer fabrics (t-shirts, polos etc.) but it does work on the stiffer fabrics as well such as jeans and button-down dress shirts. I also use it to steam curtains and furniture. To learn how to steam, I just watched a few videos on youtube about steaming clothes.

You have to be careful not to burn yourself when steaming. You MUST always steam in an upwards direction because if you do it in the downward direction the steam will burn you. Also, one negative of this item is that the long steam pipe gets hot so you must avoid touching that also. I keep a half gallon bottle of water on the floor in my closet in case the steamer needs to be refilled.

The more you use the steamer, the easier it will be to use.
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I steamed a weeks worth of laundry in under 30 minutes.
I burned my fingers a couple of times which was my fault.
I put clothes on hangers straight out of dryer then steam.
The steamer is very easy to set up & work.

I am planning on purchasing 2 more for my sister & mother.
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I have had my eye on this little steamer for a while. I have used a professional Jiffy steamer at work before, and I was reluctant to buy something at this pricepoint for fear that it wouldn't quite live up to my expectations. I am happy to report that this is EXACTLY what I was looking for--and at a very reasonable cost!

With this purchase, I wasn't expecting to throw away my iron. It is undeniable that if you want a crisp, pressed look, you will probably have to use an iron.

Nevertheless, I dread ironing because it is time-consuming and tedious. In the rare event that I do have some free time, ironing is not a top priority. In fact, I have lots of great clothes that I do not wear, simply because I am too tired (or lazy!) to iron them. This steamer heats up in about 5 minutes and takes only a minute or so to steam your entire outfit, which is perfect for those hectic mornings before work!

I plan on saving my iron for more formal occasions when I want to dress to impress or if I want to wear linen (I tried to steam one linen top, and it took out some of the wrinkles but just didn't do the job like an iron would). For everyday use, I have had success with this steamer for pants, denim, knits, sweaters, silky tops, and woven blouses. You simply cannot beat a steamer for use with delicate silky fabrics or knits. Anyone who has tried to iron a knit top or a lightweight sweater, only to make weird scrunched wrinkles in it will definitely appreciate what I am talking about! Plus, you don't have to worry about any of those shiny "burn" marks that an iron can sometimes leave behind.
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This sucker is AMAZING!!! Tons of constant steam, ran for about 20 minutes and used half the tank. It's amazing to watch the wrinkles literally dissappear. Works perfect on T-shirts, great on jeans, and haven't tried it on anything thicker. I would really give it 4.5 stars since it doesn't have a stand for the steam head (however there is something to hook to a door top), and there is no trigger to turn the steam on and off (I did burn myself twice so may want to wear a glove on the hand not holding the steam head, but in retrospect I've burnt myself several times ironing as well), so make sure to have clothes ready when using this. The one thing that pushes it over the edge is the price, heck you can't even buy a travel steamer for this cheap!
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If you had never used a fabric steamer before, you might think that this fabric steamer is good. It works, it is just not very powerful and a touch awkward to use. We had a Conair professional upright version of this for many years, which would be similar to the GS11RH. I raved about it to my friends and family and I still think that this appliance was one of the best that we have owned. It certainly beats ironing! It did eventually break but we used it constantly. However, the Conair GS60 fabric steamer is not as wonderful and clearly has less "bells and whistles" and one must remember that you get what you pay for. I'm looking forward to returning this model in exchange for something that will hold the garment and has more muscle under the hood.
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When my prior Conair (a model with telescoping pole) finally died after many years of service, I thought that this was sufficient for my needs. A big difference in the design means that in this model, all of the water in the tank must first come to a boil to produce the steam. In my prior model, water was fed in from the tank to an area where it was boiled producing steam, so all of the water didn't have to be boiling before steam was produced. It now takes over 10 minutes for a full tank to come to a boil and produce steam. It's no longer feasible to steam something quickly like with the other design; it seems like a waste of electricity to boil so much water to just steam a single article. I cannot recommend this style of steamer.
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