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Conair Travel Smart by 450 Watt Dual Voltage Garment Steamer
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- 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 your clothes fresh and clean wherever you may roam, with this handy portable garment steamer. Steam at any angle for 10 minutes at a time, and store easily with the folding handle. Worldwide dual voltage works everywhere, and the detachable bristle and lint brush provide that extra touch of perfection!
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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.
This particular steamer purchase was primarily due to the dual-voltage capability for my occasional trips outside of North America. However, it still needs to actually work as a steamer. I found its steam production to be truly pathetic. Yes it was quieter than other products, and doesn't "spit" water periodically, but the reasons for those upsides is that it really isn't doing much. It did not remove the wrinkles, thus it is worthless.
I'm really shocked at the high ratings it received from others. Maybe I received a weak unit, but I gave it extra time to continue to warm up and tried multiple times from different locations. The PurSteam product, while not dual-voltage, is much better than the Conair (4 stars). And, from the three I've owned, I can say that the My Little Steamer Go Mini is truly the best (5 stars). While it can occasionally spit a little water, and you need to avoid tilting it, that unit puts out fantastic steam production and get the job done on your clothes. Just take a voltage converter with you.