Sunbeam® Steam Master® Iron with Retractable Cord, Chrome & Teal
MSRP $39.99 $29.99
The Sunbeam® Steam Master® Iron with retractable cord offers exceptional performance for precise results. It's full steam ahead with 1400 watts and various steam options to iron out wrinkles easily. See More...
Don't get frustrated with ironing, get steamed! The Sunbeam® Steam Master® Iron with adjustable steam control and dual Spray Mist® feature gets the wrinkles out fast. Shot of Steam® and Vertical Shot of Steam® features offer an extra burst of steam on flat surfaces for traditional ironing of shirts, slacks, table linen, and more, or vertically steaming out wrinkles from hanging garments, draperies, and upholstery. The stainless steel soleplate glides over garments easily and presses fabric to a polished, crisp look. The Anti-Drip system prevents water leakage at any temperature setting to prevent unwanted drips. 8' retractable cord provides neat and easy storage. For added safety, the 3 Way Motion Smart® auto-off technology turns iron off automatically when in improper position or unattended iron is detected. Self-clean system keeps iron free of mineral deposits for optimal performance. One year limited warranty.
- Anti-Drip System
- Large Stainless Steel Soleplate
- 1400 Watts
- Shot of Steam® Feature
- Vertical Shot of Steam® Feature
- Dual Spray Mist® Feature
- Variable Steam
- 3-Way Motion Smart® Auto-Off Technology
- Self-Clean System
- 8-Foot Retractable Cord
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
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Sunbeam® Steam Master® Iron with Retractable Cord, Chrome & Teal is rated out of 5 by 5.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Chico from Terrible Iron, Plain and Simple I have owned this iron for the past month and tried using it on four separate occasions from four separate electrical outlets, and not once has this iron worked for me. After filling the water reservoir up to the max fill line, the immediate problem comes from the iron's sheer amount of leakage. Drops of water come pouring out of the steam vents even after setting the dial to the no steam option. In addition, regardless of if you wait for three minutes, ten minutes, or an hour, the iron doesn't get hot. In fact, the iron doesn't even warm up to the point where I shouldn't touch the metal of the device. As the title states, plain and simple, this iron doesn't work. Don't purchase this iron if you want anything above a library marker or paperweight.
Date published: 2014-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by lj10 from Mine is great! I thought I'd write a review for this iron since the other two reviews are not good. I really like this iron! No problem with scorching, easy to fill the water compartment, and it's TEAL! :) It's rather large, but that's ok for me. The retractable cord is a great bonus - I will never own an iron without it.
Date published: 2014-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by Celeste from Can't keep the iron surface from scorching I have to clean this iron every time I use it. It does not have a Teflon surface, so it seems to scorch. I clean the surface, I iron, it scorches. Tried to figure out if the self cleaning feature would take care of this. It does not. Settings are hard to read on the dial. On the upside, I DO like the retractable cord and it DOES steam very well.
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marilyn from Great iron I've had this iron for almost a year and I love it. I've experienced none of the problems other reviewers have. Everything about this iron works very well. I especially like the double spray and the really good shot of steam. I've always had Sunbeam irons and needless to say I haven't had very many over the years. They just last!
Date published: 2015-03-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by interceder12 from The Sunbeam's Turbo steam master Iron failure You think you're getting this amazingly , good iron with all this highly technical words usage on this product. It become very clear it's delicate after less than 6 months of use. But the prices of irons goes up and irons aren't built to last awhile.
Date published: 2014-07-02