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SINGER Mint SteamCraft Plus Iron with OnPoint Tip, 300ml Tank Capacity, 1750 Watts
- OnPoint Tip for a More Detailed Finish on Buttons, Cuffs, and Pleats
- Precision Controls to help with ease of use
- 30 minute Auto Off delay
- Large Water Tank Capacity of 300ml
- 1750 Watts with Continuous Steam Output
- 360 degree cord pivot to protect power cord
- 12 feet of cord length with Handy Cord Wrap for Easy Storage
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SINGER SteamCraft Plus Sewing Irons
Designed specifically to meet sewers’ exacting needs.
The SINGER SteamCraft Steam Plus irons are great irons designed to meet everyone’s needs, but the SINGER SteamCraft irons also add the specific features that finally solves Sewers hunt for the perfect iron. With the OnPoint tip technology, easily iron around buttons, seams, and pleats for a crisp finish. The long 12-foot cord helps you press hard-to-reach areas. With 1750 Watts of professional steam power, finish your projects without taking too many breaks to fill up your water tank.
OnPoint Tip for Smaller Areas
Press those hard-to-reach areas for a more detailed finish on buttons, cuffs, and pleats.
Large Water Capacity
Holds over 300+ mL of water to cover your entire project.
Stainless Steel Sole Plate
Contains a high-quality, durable, scratch-resistant stainless steel sole plate.
360⁰ Cord Pivot to Protect Power Cord
Press at almost any angle without damaging the iron.
Precision Digital Controls
Easy to reach controls.
Always-on 30-Minute Vertical Auto-Off
Start pressing immediately without waiting for the iron to heat up.
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The cord is more than ample in lenght if your trying to get it from outlet to your table.
I feel the price was good and the delivery within 24 hours was fantastic.
I got it just in time to finish a quilting project.
When it arrived, the box was pretty beat up and had a hole in it. Unboxing, I noticed a few scratches, the plug wasn't covered, and it had scratches like it had been in and out of a socket more than once. There was blue fabric wedged in, as if it had been used. I needed it. It was my birthday. I used it anyway, and have been using it for 3 days. So far, so good besides that flippin button
The other features are about what I expect from most irons. It has a reasonable sized water tank (not too much different from my last iron, to be honest) and the steam puffs and water jets work as expected. It's a little bit heavier than my last iron, too, because it has the full sized press pad and heavy cord. I am satisfied there, because it feels a lot more well built and solid than my last (basically throwaway) iron.
What it doesn't have is AN OFF BUTTON. Yes, it will turn itself off if you leave it on. It'll flash red for a good half hour while you've got it upright. But if you want to turn it off and not have a red flashing light for 30 minutes, you have to go all the way down and unplug it. After like a thousand years of ironing technology, have we not developed a simple on off switch like EVERY OTHER PIECE OF EQUIPMENT I OWN? It is very inconvenient for me, because I have my ironing setup on a large workbench with the plugs run through a wire channel, so I have to go down underneath it, figure out which is the iron, and unplug it individually. I have accidentally unplugged a lamp and an electric duster now, and have had to flag the iron with colorful tape.