DeLonghi Stiromeglio Compact PRO 300 Ironing System with Pressurized Boiler
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- Easy to use complete control panel with separate switches for boiler and iron with indicator lights.
- Comfortable and adjustable steam cord to accommodate left and right handed users. Steam ready indicator light and regulator to adjust emission
- Enjoy carefree ironing with the patented double boiler feature including a stainless steel upper and super alloy bottom
- Achieve more efficient ironing with the 1 liter boiler for approximately 1.5 hours of ironing time
- Guaranteed professional results with the 3.5 bar pressure and heavy gauge satin-polished aluminum soleplate
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Enjoy stress-free ironing at its best with the De'Longhi Steam Station. It features an easy to use complete control panel with separate switches for boiler and iron with indicator lights. Included is a steam ready indicator light and steam regulator to adjust emission to different fabrics. The iron station is comfortable to use with the adjustable steam cord, which can accommodate left and right handed users and professional non-slip cork handle. You can enjoy carefree ironing with the patented double boiler feature; a stainless steel upper and super alloy bottom, allowing tap water to be used, without the calcification buildup. This iron station is perfect if you have a lot to iron at one time, the 1 liter boiler allows for approximately 1.5 hours of ironing time, so there is no need to continuously refill the water. You are sure to achieve professional results with the 3.5 bar pressure and heavy gauge satin-polished aluminum soleplate. If you need to iron without steam there are separate switches for the boiler and iron. You can enjoy easy steaming with the continuous steam lock button on handle and steam trigger. You can also steam drapes with ease with the vertical steam emission. Additional features include an anti-slip iron rest base and safety cap.
Steam away creases in a badly crumpled shirt with the Compact Pro 300 Ironing System from Italian home appliance giant DeLonghi. The iron improves upon previous steam irons with its enhanced pressurized boiler, constructed to convert even harsh tap water into steam. With an adjustable thermostat and varying steam levels, the professional ironing system accommodates a wide variety of fabrics, ranging from delicate silks to cotton and linen. The well-designed iron handle adapts for left- and right-handed users alike.
The steam iron features a heavy-duty aluminum soleplate with a polished satin finish for snag-free, smooth ironing with even heat distribution. DeLonghi crafted the boiler in two materials to extend its steam conversion capacities, using stainless-steel construction in the upper portion and a super-alloy bottom. For greater thermal heat, the boiler tank is molded to enable the heating to rest within the bottom. The tank holds up to 1 liter of water for 2 hours of steam ironing. Users grip the ergonomically friendly cork handle to operate the iron. The ironing system also adjusts to steam vertically for curtains and hanging items. As with all electrical appliances, read the enclosed warnings and user guidelines for the steam iron before use. This item is covered by a limited three-year warranty and weighs 13 pounds upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling
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I've used all of the "best" "Rowenta's", etc out there. One thing I've always wanted in an iron was a very hot iron. The last Rowenta that I bought was over $100.00 and supposedly had 1800 watts. It worked ok and it worked ok for close to two years, but I was never really happy with it. It started leaking water just like all of the others and eventually just gave out.
I stumbled upon this iron on Amazon and read all of the wonderful reviews about it, but was still a little skeptical. "How could a 1500W iron do what everyone says about it?" One area that I had concerns was that there was not really any reviews about anyone using starch with it. This was a $140.00 iron and a huge contraption at that.
I decided to give it a try as I had no alternative that I could find that I might consider. Well let me tell you, I am GLAD I did!! This is THE hottest 1500W iron that I have ever used. It's THE hottest iron that I have ever used period! The design of these type irons really is a huge improvement over "self-contained" irons. If you like steam, you'll be thrilled to death with this iron. This thing puts out steam like an old locomotive! It's consistent too! The reservoir holds a lot of water.
This iron works great with starch if you like that like I do or steam like my wife likes. This iron appears to be well made also, not some junky item from China.
Of all of the cons that I've read about it such as no water gauge, these are so minor that I don't even notice them. I just check the water each time before I use it. There are no other negatives about it that I can really think of. The entire unit is a little heavy that's all, but the positive to the weight is that it stays in place while you're ironing.
I would not hesitate one bit to purchase this iron, it is fantastic in all respects to me and personally I think it's cheap for what you get.
I hope this helps anyone that may be considering it.
This steam iron takes ironing to a whole new level. The wattage is high and the steam output is fantastic. It makes the process of ironing so much easier. The steam and the heat just laugh at wrinkles and knocks them out! This iron gives your clothes a professional finish, as if you took them to the dry cleaners.
The only thing that you must think about is that you will want to plan a little bit. Meaning, gather some ironing and turn on the machine. It takes about 15 minutes for the machine to warm up, so it is not useful if you are running out the door and want to get something straightened out right away.
Well worth the wait of the machine heating up as it cuts ironing time in at least half!