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Steam Fast SF-680 Digital Fabric Steam Press
List Price: $299.99

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Product Description

For crisp linens, pleats, and smooth silks, Steam Fast offers this digital steam press. The 1350-watt tabletop steam press offers various steam bursts and patterns to accommodate a diversity of materials. The electronic temperature control allows users to adjust heat levels with enhanced specificity without any complication. Close to ten times the size of a regular iron, the steam press reduces time spent ironing and prevents unneeded trips to the dry cleaner. The press features a rust-resistant stainless-steel body with nonstick Teflon coating for unhindered mobility. A molded heat element allocates heat uniformly along the pressing plate. A washable pressing pad cushions fabrics, protecting button, zippers, and other protruding articles. Prior to use, the user fills the 10-ounce capacity water tank and then selects the appropriate temperature setting for the wrinkled garments. Once turned on, the press operates at 110 to 120 volts AC. The press knob locks when closed to prevent accidents. The press automatically shuts off when the pressing plate is left unattended for a prolonged period of time and an audio alarm alerts the user. A spray bottle and measuring cup accompany the press. As with all electrical appliances, read the enclosed warnings and user guidelines prior to use. A limited one-year warranty covers this item. Made in China, the press measures 26 by 22 by 10 inches and weighs 22 pounds.

Features:
  • Tabletop steam press for steam and dry ironing from Steam Fast; digital temperature controls for varied fabric types
  • Teflon-coated stainless-steel body and molded heat element allocate heat uniformly
  • 1350-watt press automatically shuts off and alerts if left idle for prolonged periods; steam burst buttons on both sides of handle
  • Tank holds 10 ounces of water; employs a dual vaporizing method to reduce moisture while steaming
  • Press measures 26 by 22 by 10 inches and weighs 22 pounds; limited 1-year warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • Love this Product
    I searched Amazon for a few days before deciding on this product. My ultimate goal was to eliminate the ironing in my life while easing and expediting the process of ironing/pressing shirts. I have had the Steam Press for 6 weeks now and am very pleased. It takes only a few minutes to warm up, and even less time to press one item. I am a single male, who just never could work his way around an iron. Unfortunately, my job requires me to wear a dress shirt 5 days a week. Thanks to the Steam Press, I have made this part of my life much easier. I even use it to steam other items I would never have bothered before (ie: jeans, ties).

    I can't say if the Steam Press is the best Press on the market. But, I can tell you it worked for me as described and is hard to beat for this price (I got it for $200). ...more info
  • works great
    this irons your clothes to a nice crisp finish but it didn't end up saving me any time vs ironong wih a iron. I get burned on this thing more than I ever did with a iron...there is a art to working this thing and it takes awhile to catch on....more info
  • Sit, and iron in half the time!
    This is my second pressing machine. I wore out the first after 18 years. I use it on shorts, golf shirts, pillow cases, placemats and napkins just to name a few. No home should be without one.
    Beatrice...more info
  • Why did I wait so long?
    I am one of those people who irons everything, including t-shirts and bed sheets. Recently while using a hand iron, a light went on in my head. I remembered a "mangle" my mother used to use when I was a kid, and a similar version a friend of mine in Switzerland uses. So I signed into Amazon and after a bit of researching, decided to purchase the SF-680. Because I live in a small apartment with limited space, I decided not to buy the stand, but to use a collapsible bridge table, which works fine. Like any piece of machinery, it takes getting used to, but once I learned to maneuver the press and the material being ironed, I am very satisfied with the outcome. My biggest problem is that I have burned the back of my right hand three times by accidentally touching the hot plate while accommodating the material. One does need to be careful! To iron dress shirts to perfection, this press probably is not much faster than a hand iron. But it irons everything else - t-shirts, sheets, handkerchiefs, pillow cases, etc. in a breeze. For pressing pants you will not get as good a finish as with a hand iron, but it will be as good as you will get from a dry cleaner. My only advice to new owners is: this is one time you really need to read the operating manual carefully! I am so pleased with this product and am now only asking myself why it took me so long to considering buying one. The price is really not that much more than a good steam iron, and the time you save makes the press pay for itself in no time! I am now recommending it to all my friends who still iron (a vanishing species!!!)...more info
  • life is a little easier
    I have to Iron my clothes everyday and it use to take me for ever. Not now this machine has saved me so much time and it is easy to use. It folds so it is easy to put away. I realy am glad I bought this ...more info
  • Sit, and iron in half the time!
    This is my second pressing machine. I wore out the first after 18 years. I use it on shorts, golf shirts, pillow cases, placemats and napkins just to name a few. No home should be without one.
    Beatrice...more info
  • Love this Product
    I searched Amazon for a few days before deciding on this product. My ultimate goal was to eliminate the ironing in my life while easing and expediting the process of ironing/pressing shirts. I have had the Steam Press for 6 weeks now and am very pleased. It takes only a few minutes to warm up, and even less time to press one item. I am a single male, who just never could work his way around an iron. Unfortunately, my job requires me to wear a dress shirt 5 days a week. Thanks to the Steam Press, I have made this part of my life much easier. I even use it to steam other items I would never have bothered before (ie: jeans, ties).

    I can't say if the Steam Press is the best Press on the market. But, I can tell you it worked for me as described and is hard to beat for this price (I got it for $200). ...more info
  • LOVE IT!!!
    I WAS SKEPTICAL AT FIRST BUT MY SISTER-IN-LAWS BOTH HAVE THIS PARTICULAR MODEL & LOVE IT. AFTER MUCH CONVINCING, WE PURCHASED THIS PRODUCT. LET ME TELL YOU I LOVED IT FROM THE TIME I TOOK IT OUT OF THE BOX & USED IT. AFTER A LITTLE PRACTICE I WAS USING IT LIKE A PRO. I HAVE RECOMMENDED THIS PRODUCT NOW TO EVERYONE THAT I KNOW. IT IS ALOT FASTER THAN CONVENTIONAL IRONING. YOU WILL HAVE SO MUCH FUN YOU WILL WANT TO IRON EVERYTHING! ...more info
  • Good alternative! (but just so..)
    Have used it a few times and I still have use for my old Black and Decker iron!
    Pros: ironing area is big and so does help out in ironing small clothes (will help for those with children!).
    Cons: 1. potential for burning your hands while placing the clothes or moving them in between pressing
    2. Manual talks about using distilled water for steam - not tap water!
    3. Only works well for certain type of clothes

    Yes, still keep the old iron (don't throw it away). This one is good only if there is not much of wrinkles; otherwise you are better off using the old, the normal iron.
    ...more info
  • Very dissapointing
    We bought this product and after only 3 months it quit working. I had to pay shipping both ways to get it fixed under warranty and after 3 months of waiting for it to be fixed we got it back then it only lasted for another three months before quitting on us again. This one is going in the garbage and if we do decide to buy another one it will certainly not be this brand....more info
  • Perfect Christmas Gift For Mom!
    My Mom is only 55 but she loves everything pressed with a crips finish just like my grandmother did while she was growing up. She irons her bed linens & all of her clothes except the ones she has dry cleaned. She loves the steam press. She was able to press her things in an hour which normally would have taken her a day or two to complete.
    It was easy to setup but be sure to read all of the instructions before you use it. Some reviewers stated the opening wasn't wide enough but I feel it is wide enough just don't rush & be careful.
    As for those who find ironing a crease is difficult, it is the same as on a regular ironing board. Line the outside seams up perfectly from to to bottom. Press the bottom 1st then keep them lined up & press the top. You do need a regular handheld iron for some areas of shirts and around the pants pockets.
    I did shop around before I ordered this one and this one had the best reviews and the best price. I ordered the stand also & it is perfect & stable. I think it should be taller but it works just fine.
    The two Items were a bit expensive but worth it for some who irons frequently or for a family....more info
  • bosco
    its not what i expected you gold only iron small close.and the press stand to low....more info