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- Pro-level performance and home-friendly design
- The big handle, Safety Base, and auto shutoff feature keep things safe every step of the way
- The evenly heated plate adheres your iron‑on in 60 seconds or less
- Lightweight, portable, easy to store
- The giant, ceramic-coated 9” x 9” heat plate delivers the exact temperature you need
- 9"x9" Base is Great for large or layered iron-on projects
- Reference chart included to determine time and temperature settings
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Cricut easypress gives you professional iron-on results in 60 seconds or less. Combining the speed of a heat press and the convenience of iron, easypress eliminates guesswork so you get fast and foolproof results that really stick, even after repeated washes. Use our handy reference chart to determine correct time and temperature settings for your project, apply gentle pressure, and when the Beep sounds, you’re done! with adjustable heat up to 350℉ (180 C), it's ideal for foil, glitter and metallic projects as well as large and layered projects. Helpful safety features include an insulated resting base and auto-shutoff feature. Easypress is lightweight, portable, easy to store, and compatible with major brands of heat-transfer material. And of course, it's a perfect complement to Cricut Cutting machines.
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Iron-on success in 60 seconds or less.
1. Set temperature and time.
Set temperature and time.
2. Apply heat and gentle pressure.
An evenly heated, ceramic-coated plate adheres iron-on film beautifully in 60 seconds or less.
3. Enjoy professional results that last.
Even after repeated washes, your designs—no matter how complex or intricate—will really stick.
Cricut EasyPress vs. the household iron.
Cricut EasyPress features two heating elements that snake through its large ceramic plate. The result is dry, flat, even heat—necessary conditions for flawless iron-on results.
The heating element in a household iron was designed to produce steam and remove wrinkles and creates one big hotspot in the middle.
Uneven heat is perfect at ruining a good iron-on project. See the heat map above to compare.
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Quick Reference Chart.
Materials for your practice project.
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I also love that I can easily pick it up and store it on the shelf if I need more room on my desk.
Pros: fast heat up, portable size, lightweight, easy to use
Con: 9x9 surface size means you may need to press multiple times to cover an entire design, it is a small inconvenience though in light of the other pros
So I decided to check the temperature on the press. I used two different laser IR thermometers. Both had the same results within .02-.03 degrees. I put the press on 330 and waited until the press heated up until it beeped. I measured the middle of the press and it read 220. Toward the edges it read between 180-200 and even on one corner at 98 degrees. I knew that something was wrong.
Right from he beginning I assumed the press was working as Cricut designed it. The press feels sturdy and well made so I didn't think it was some defect. I figured that the temps displayed were just not possible with this press. After exchanging emails with a foreign support person for better than three weeks, which included them requesting me to send my proof of purchase, and video of me reading the temps with the case number written on paper and visible in the video, they send me a new press.
I got that press today and couldn't wait to test the new press. And not surprisingly this press behaved exactly as the first one. With the temp set at 330, the press got to 232-248. So next I set the press at 250. When measured the temp was actually between 184 and 195. With most HTV requiring between 305 and 350 to properly transfer the vinyl, this press is not even close to the required temp.
FYI, I also tested the temp of a Hotronix press that I have access to and the temp is within 2 degrees of the displayed temperature at 315 degrees. Bottom line is the press does not get even close to the advertised temperature as verified on two different presses. I am going to test soome friends presses and see what measurements I get from them. I would bet big money the results would be the same.
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