- Steam at any angle; Folding handle for easy storage and packing
- 10-minute steam time
- Worldwide dual voltage
- Detachable bristle and lint brush
- 8-ft. line cord
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Keep you clothes fresh and clean wherever you may roam with this handy Travel Smart Pro Garment Steamer.
- Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 4.5 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0062ACM7G
- Item model number: TS184GS
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 25, 2009
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The Conair is a bit larger, and perhaps a tad bit heavier - but again - not appreciably so. The Conair heated very quickly and put out a lot of steam - all the way to the end of the tank. Without a doubt it got hotter and projected the steam further from the unit. The steam head is not as wide as the Samsonite, but the vents on the Conair are flared - so I would judge the width of coverage to be about the same. The amount of steam though is another issue, and to me, the more important issue. There is no question with me, that the Conair is the better of the two. The additional steam output will deal with wrinkles more efficiently than the Samsonite. The Samsonite is a good product, but it could be better. Oh, one other very small consideration. They are both dual voltage, but the Samsonite requires you to change the voltage by a switch. The Conair does it automatically.
You could do with the Samsonite. It might take just a bit longer time-wise, but it will do the job. Frankly, I would prefer an even smaller unit - which I had 20 years ago - but it finally quit and was no longer made. It was about 1/2 the size of both of these and put out much more steam. You did have to fill it more often, but boy was it good - and small.
I didn't give it 5 stars only because It could be smaller - and somebody should make one.
I'm taking the Conair.
I order this thing Friday, paid for 2 day shipping. Received it today, Sunday. Plugged it in... it steamed for 2 minutes and won't steam anymore? WTF? I literally steams for only 2 minutes at a time. I have to dump the water out and let it cool off. Then fill it again plug it back in, only for it to steam for another 2 minutes. Complete waste of money. Am I doing something wrong? There isn't a switch on it... #annoyed
This travel steamer barely generates any steam. Also when it runs out of water, you have to wait 30-45 minutes for it to cool before refilling. You can try to open it up to refill but you will definitely burn yourself, it's scalding hot. The amount of steam is barely enough for 1 shirt. I had much better luck using my shower to create steam in the bathroom, and pull the wrinkles out myself. Not sure how this product made it to market.
The only downside is that the unit gets very warm on the outside, and you have to let it cool before you can add water, which means you unplug, wait, fill, plug, wait, and then get ten minutes of steam. There can be 15-20 minutes between refills. I'd mark it down if this wasn't clearly marketed as a travel steamer. The limitations of this product should be anticipated.