Turbo-charged with a professional-sized stainless-steel soleplate for smooth gliding on virtually any fabric and a pointed tip for easily getting into pleats, between buttons and along seams. The precise digital temperature control ensures optimal performance at every fabric setting. The powerful Shot of Steam™ and Vertical Steam™ features offer an extra burst of steam on flat surfaces for traditional ironing of shirts, slacks, table linens or vertically steaming out wrinkles from hanging garments, draperies and upholstery.
The 3-Way Motion Smart™ Auto-Off feature shuts the iron off automatically after 15 minutes when upright or 30 seconds if lying flat or on its side. The 12-foot power cord with 360-degree swivel is designed for hassle-free maneuverability. The anti-drip system prevents water leakage at any temperature setting to eliminate unwanted drips and a self-cleaning system helps to ensure optimal performance.
3-Way Motion Smart™ Auto-Off feature
Shot of Steam™ feature
Vertical steam feature
Spray Mist™ feature
Digital temperature control
Stainless steel soleplate
12-foot, 360° swivel cord
Lifetime soleplate and 3-year iron limited warranties
Sunbeam® turbo STEAM™ Digital Iron, Silver/Turquoise is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Iron was everything I expectedThis iron worked very well. I don't iron too often but I like an iron that is sturdy, has steam, and had safety features. This iron has all three of these things. The controls were modern and easy to use. It looks really nice, unlike the old clunky irons that my parents used. It's really easy to fill the iron up with water and use the steam function. The steam came out evenly and resulted in a very well ironed shirt. The iron glides nicely over the fabrics and doesn't get stuck or caught. It also shuts off after 30 seconds if left for too long unattended. Overall, great experience using this!
*Disclaimer: I was sent this item for free to review*
Date published: 2015-08-15
Rated 1 out of
Does not stay hotI got this iron from Costco and sat down to iron clothes. After I filled it with water and turned on, selected fabric type, the blue lights blinks and then goes off. The center power light now blinks and beeps. Iron then cools down (shuts off). Every couple of minutes I have to keep pressing fabric selector button to keep it on(warm/hot). Very frustrating to iron with such a bad product right out of the box. Planning to return it it Costco. Looked at manual, it says if Auto shutoff is activated (how?), this could happen. Tried the suggested step but did not work.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 2 out of
Aunty Essy from
DisappointingI also bought this iron at Costco and while it seems to be working better than most of the others, it is still the most frustrating iron I have ever owned. Once you have plugged it in you also need to click the dial to the desired temperature. I have to use the hottest temp at all times to get it to cut through the lightest creases. It always has to be prompted to steam with the steam button even though I have the steam on the highest setting. It also only works properly when it's really full of water, anything below half and the steam hardly works at all. If it's not steaming it only irons at lukewarm temperature
Date published: 2018-04-11
Rated 1 out of
LemonAfter three uses, it has died. On the first plug-in, the iron made so much noise it scared both my dog and me, and it made grinding noises while I ironed one item.
Second use, it quit in the middle of the one item I needed to iron. It now is dead: lights are on, but it has no heat at all and something is rattling inside the casing. I have unplugged, read the instructions, replugged, changed settings, removed water, added water, and reprimanded. This iron cannot be coaxed back to life.
Date published: 2015-07-30
Rated 1 out of
HintI bought this iron and have the same complaint about the dial not having the clothes types on it which is bad enough but after reading through the instructions a few times and the box they don't tell you what the little circles mean either and you would think after having another customer complain about it 7 month ago you would at least add the information to your web site but I don't see it. Hint: add it to your website and maybe people would be a little more forgiving about the poor design and oversight in the instructions and give it a try.
Date published: 2015-07-01
Rated 4 out of
NEAT SPACE AGE DESIGN/COLORI am one of the few people i know who still iron and I have gone through MANY irons. I got this iron about a month ago. Sunbeam isn't a brand I normally think of when I look for an iron. This one was a surprise. It did have a good weight to it...substantial, but not too heavy. I found the steam button on top difficult to push. I had thumb surgery a couple of years ago and they are not as strong as they once were. I thought the steam worked well, but it took me awhile to find the "shot of steam" button, but that was my fault for not reading any instructions or looking at the pictures on the box before I tried it.
* Disclaimer: This iron was sent free to me to review.
Date published: 2015-08-19
Rated 4 out of
Matt P from
Sharp looking, easy to useOut of the box the turbo steam iron is the sharpest looking iron I've ever used. It looks and feels like a really nice appliance, not just a tool necessary for chores. I also like that it has some heft...but it's not too heavy.
My favorite thing was the easy digital temp selector. Just push the button for your fabric and wait until it's the right temperature. However, I made the mistake of ironing my cotton first (before my poly blends) so I had to wait (and wait) for it to cool down. Also the steam is very productive (LOTS of steam) which I like. In fact the steam-making was a little too noisy, but nothing all that bad.
Quick disclaimer, as a person who hates wrinkled clothes, I was provided this iron to test
Date published: 2015-08-17
Rated 5 out of
Fantastic Turbo Steam Iron!This is a great iron!! I received the Sunbeam Turbo Steam Master iron as a product sample to try out. I already had an iron that wasn't that old that I thought was pretty good but the Turbo Steam Master iron blew it away. It is a heavier iron with a very nice ceramic plate that irons super smooth. It heats up to your requested temperature in 15 seconds. I used it on several fabrics - linens, knits, light cotton, heavy cotton and more. It only took one pass of the iron on the steam setting to get the wrinkles out of dress shirts or jeans. I am very impressed with this iron and would highly recommend it to anyone wanting an good iron. It far surpassed my expectations. Excellent iron!!