LgTenPro 2‑in‑1(Garment Steamer & amp; Steam Iron) Clothes Steamer Handheld,330ML/1500W/30S Fast Heat-up,Auto off,Steamer Clothing

£99.00

Brand Lgtenpro
Item weight 30 Grams
Item dimensions L x W x H 44.5 x 12.3 x 10.6 centimetres
Power / Wattage 1500 watts
  • 【No Leakage & Keep Clothes Dry】: Leaks don't bother you anymore,LGTENPRO use advanced secondary atomization technology, Fully atomized air steam helps remove wrinkles quickly, Won't spit water, and keep clothes dry so can be worn immediately.
  • 【Widely Applicable】: This clothes steamer has 3-modes Dry/ 1-gear/ 2-gear and will be ready to use in 30s. You can iron all kinds of fabric clothes or other wrinkled items such as curtains, bed sheets, sofa slipcover, toys, etc.
  • 【Safe And Easy To Operate】: The switch on the handle provides flexible one-touch control to start steam and stop. The steamer turns off automatically when there is no operation for 5 minutes or when the temperature is too high. We provide a garment steamer ironing glove for easy operation.
  • 【Easy To Store】: Unique styling specifically designed to solve storage troubles. It can be hung in the closet or on the wall by mount while not in use. Save you valuable space and keep things tidy.
  • 【Perfect Combination】: If you're torn between buying three devices to finish ironing your silk fabrics, steaming your shirts with a handheld steamer, and cleaning your sofa with a vacuum cleaner. Now you can solve all those problems with one LGTENPRO 2-in-1 iron steamer.We offers a 1-year warranty and 7x24h rapid response customer service.

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Product Description

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Why choose LGTENPRO 2‑in‑1 Steam Iron Handheld ?

3‑Modes for var­i­ous thick­ness­es and fab­rics of clothing:

  • Safe on all fabrics,also for large items such as cur­tains, bed sheets, etc.
  • 1st gear 98°C suit­able for thin cloth­ing, such as shirts.
  • 2nd gear 128°C suit­able for thick­er cloth­ing, such as suit, jack­ets, coats
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Why choose LGTENPRO 2‑in‑1 Clothing Steamer?

  • Detach­able 330ml water tank for easy filling
  • Con­tin­u­ous iron­ing for about 35 min­utes to com­plete 2 shirts or 4 T‑shirts
  • Rec­om­mend­ed pure water
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Why choose LGTENPRO 2‑in‑1 steamer iron for clothes?

Sec­ondary atom­iza­tion tech­nol­o­gy brings bet­ter iron­ing experience

  • Ful­ly atom­izes the steam, won’t spit water
  • High tem­per­a­ture dry steam for faster wrin­kle removal and keep clothes dry to wear imme­di­ate­ly after completion
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Why choose LGTENPRO 2‑in‑1 garment steamer?

Pow­er­ful wrin­kle removal effect and mul­ti­ple scene adaptations

  • Hang­ing iron­ing: when you are in a hur­ry to go out and wear it right away, the upright steam­er mode is for you.
  • Press Ironing:When you have plen­ty of time to care­ful­ly sort your clothes and clean up dead spots (e.g. shoul­der, under­arm, col­lar posi­tions of shirts).
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Additional information

Weight 30 kg
Dimensions 44.5 × 12.3 × 10.6 cm
Brand

Lgtenpro

Product Dimensions

44.5 x 12.3 x 10.6 cm; 30 Grams

Power Wattage

1500 watts

Item Weight

30 g

ASIN

B09BZ1C682

Date First Available

18 Jan. 2022

Manufacturer

Lgtenpro

Reviews

  1. ASH

    Iron done with less set­upBought this steam­er as part of upgrad­ing my IRON box & Iron­ing stand. The steam­er did come in well packed and easy to plug and steam the clothes with a sim­ple hang­ing set­up. Hard­ly takes any space and fit’s easy in the wardrobe or cor­ner of the room. Have a water tank capac­i­ty of 330ml and is sup­plied to a steam­er mak­ing it light­weight to han­dle for a long & do more with less ener­gy & time. Hav­ing a long cord makes it easy to use hand­held or iron­ing on the stand if need­ed. The hang­ing box makes it safe to store after use though it has auto shut­down & over­heat pro­tec­tion. Since I bought this I’m iron­ing most of my stuff and always it’s con­nect­ed eas­i­ly to use hand­held. Does get read of creas­es and folds eas­i­ly and make it look new. Easy to refill the water & it’s best prac­tice to replace the water every few days. Get iron & get smart.

  2. Sahi­na Khanon

    Light­weight, pow­er­ful and looks the part as wellI’ve always used a tra­di­tion­al iron but saw one of these portable steam­ers at my sis­ters house and she loves it. After only using it for a week, I can hon­est­ly say I am very impressed. I iron clothes for work every day and this saves me time and space. This is light and portable but sur­pris­ing­ly pow­er­ful. I iron my shirt and trousers every­day and this is so effi­cient. I don’t even have to take the clothes off the hang­er to take out the creas­es. The gold edge gives it a real­ly slick look. The clothes are a bit moist and slight­ly damp but dries with­in 2–3 mins. Very hap­py with this purchase.

  3. Mar­cel

    Very nice look­ing and works well but a bit prob­lem­at­ic to use and huge pow­er drainThe media could not be loaded.

     Clothes steam­ers are still a fair­ly new thing. You have some well known brands com­ing up with their ver­sions, more or less suc­cess­ful. This clothes steam­er isn’t bad at all in comparison.To begin with — it’s real­ly well made and looks quite posh. Every­thing fits very well. Plas­tics, cables, the iron’s met­al plate — every­thing is top quality.The main sell­ing points here are porta­bil­i­ty and the length of use on a sin­gle water fill­ing. Both are true. The item is pret­ty light­weight and com­fort­able in hand. It is because the water tank is locat­ed in the base rather than the steam­er itself. It also allowed to increase its capac­i­ty. As a result you can get a good few shirts steamed before hav­ing to do a refill. The base is con­nect­ed with the steam­er by a braid­ed hose which is long and flex­i­ble. It trans­fers both pow­er as well as water — same way as a steam iron.I real­ly like how the water tank is installed. It’s a ‘push and click’ sys­tem and it comes off the same way. The clever valve makes it impos­si­ble for water to leak out. What’s not so great is the hole you use to pour the excess water out after fin­ished. It’s quite small and you can’t get rid of all the water. It means you have to leave it to dry out and this can take a few days.Does this steam­er work? Just look at the video. It’s doing a pret­ty good job. It pro­duces good dry steam with decent pres­sure. As a result you can get rid of wrin­kles even with steam­ing ver­ti­cal­ly. It’s not as good as a reg­u­lar iron though, unless you use the iron­ing board.And here’s its main issue — func­tion­al­i­ty. To pre­fer using this steam­er over a con­ven­tion­al iron (with some abil­i­ty to pro­duce steam), I need to be able to have less faffing about with set­ting it up, or be able to suc­cess­ful­ly steam ver­ti­cal­ly — so I don’t have to get the board out.But to make it work I have to get it out, pour water in the tank and plug it into mains. Sounds awful­ly sim­i­lar to what I nor­mal­ly do with an iron so far. Hey, I’m not get­ting the iron­ing board out. But I do have to have some way of hang­ing the cloth so I can steam it. Sure, I can hang the base on the rail in my wardrobe. But if I try to steam the cloth hang­ing on the same rail, I’m risk­ing some seri­ous irre­versible dam­age to my wardrobe — due to excess mois­ture. You don’t want to find out the hard way. So real­ly and tru­ly, unless you have an exter­nal rail, which is a per­fect solu­tion here, or can at least hang it on the ceil­ing lamp per­haps, you’re bound to get the iron­ing board out.There’s anoth­er issue — pow­er drain. A con­ven­tion­al decent iron will use up to 2600W to heat the plate to a max tem­per­a­ture. It takes slight­ly longer than the steam­er which is 1500W max. You have two lev­els of steam and I can’t see much dif­fer­ence between them in usage. Lev­el 1 was always suf­fi­cient enough for me so far.My iron takes about 30 sec­onds to reach the tem­per­a­ture. The steam­er takes 20 sec­onds. Hmmm, not a huge time sav­ing. But there is a dif­fer­ence in how fre­quent the heat­ing ele­ment kicks in. In the iron it’s prob­a­bly every minute for about 10–15 sec­onds. With the steam­er, it needs a pow­er up every 15–20 sec­onds for about 7 sec­onds. That is a lot of pow­er. I checked with an ener­gy mon­i­tor and quick­ly fin­ished my iron­ing using my old gear…The sec­ond issue is more about steam­ers in gen­er­al rather than this par­tic­u­lar one. Even if you com­pare them with a steam iron (one that has a sep­a­rate base), I still think steam­ers are more dam­ag­ing to your wallet.The first issue is to do with a lack of an acces­so­ry that often comes with steam­ers — a portable hang­er. How­ev­er they are nor­mal­ly very fid­dly and not quite user friend­ly. I guess there’s still a lot of room to improve with steamers.Is it use­less then? No, I can see some poten­tial here. For iron­ing hang­ing cur­tains for instance. And for a quick refresh of your shirt, after you take it out of your wardrobe and real­ize it could be a bit smoother. It’s also pret­ty good with very del­i­cate fab­rics that can­not be ironed. Steam dis­in­fects — anoth­er positive.Is it worth the price? That’s a bet­ter ques­tion. £99 will buy you a fair­ly basic but decent steam iron. Not as portable or light­weight as this steam­er — not even close. But it will be more effi­cient and cost effec­tive. So in my opin­ion this steam­er is a nice item to have, but not the kind of pur­chase you could­n’t do without.Thank you for read­ing my review. I hope you found it helpful.

  4. Dave C

    For me it does things an iron is less ele­gant atI won’t trade in the chunky iron quite yet because for many things I do pre­fer both its weigh and capac­i­ty. But this steamer/iron is an ele­gant device per­fect for ‘hangy’ things like cur­tains, frocks, and such. Maybe it’s just habit, but it feels more a hors­es for cours­es. I do like this, but the mis­sus uses it (she real­ly likes it) more than me. For me it’s shirts and suit and so, in these covid times, nei­ther are worn that much. On those, it did a decent job. It gives a suit jack­et an extra sev­er­al days wear because it quick­ly smooths the creas­es. I’ll be sure save a pack­et over a year in dry clean­ing bills. A nice thing about the design of this item is the exter­nal water con­tain­er. You’re not car­ry­ing that weight so it feels real­ly light and easy. So over­all, the steamer/iron works well depend­ing on your own needs. It stores well too. Just hangs over the clothes rail and there’s a cut off for safe­ty. Recommended.

  5. Ashish

    Decent qual­i­ty and does a good jobThis LGTENPRO 2‑in‑1 Clothes Steam­er comes in a nice box, which makes it very much giftable. The build qual­i­ty appears to be excel­lent; it is light­weight, well made, supe­ri­or design and looks posh.The steam­er is straight­for­ward to set up, the water tank is easy to remove, and it lasts pret­ty long, allow­ing me to iron around 20–25 gar­ments with­out refill­ing the water. The iron is very quick to heat up and gives me enough steam, which is ide­al for a large iron­ing pile to get through quickly.What I like about this steam­er is the safe­ty fea­ture that auto­mat­i­cal­ly turns off the device if you don’t use it for five min­utes, and I also like that I can hang it in my wardrobe, which saves space in my bed­room. It’s ver­sa­tile can be used with­out steam too.I have been using this for a month now. I don’t have any­thing wrong to say about this prod­uct. It’s very styl­ish and mod­ern; it’s nei­ther cheap nor expen­sive as a steam­er at £95 and offers excel­lent val­ue for mon­ey for the qual­i­ty com­pared to more expen­sive brands.I hope this review helps you to make a pur­chas­ing decision.

  6. Cleo

    Fast iron­ingThe media could not be loaded.

     This pro­vides fast iron­ing which is per­fect. Big­ger than expect­ed but light and easy to use. The back part where the cable reels is is bro­ken on mine on one side. Warms up fast. Nice that it has mul­ti­ple ways of hang­ing while using.

  7. Reg­gy Smith

    No need to iron any­more with this gar­ment steam­er for hang­ing clothesAt work we all have spe­cif­ic uni­forms to wear. This has been intro­duced pri­mar­i­ly with the pan­dem­ic as it con­trols hygiene, infec­tion con­trol and the wash­ing of the uni­forms. The uni­forms are all laun­dered but not ironed. The are not too creased so this clothes steam­er is ide­al to quick­ly go through each uni­form as it is hang­ing up to take out the remain­ing creas­es and also dis­in­fects them com­plete­ly with the hot steam. The steam­er is very light­weight to hold and use. One full tank of water is enough to go through all our 10 sets of uni­forms. It is so much faster than tra­di­tion­al iron­ing — at least 3 to 4 times quick­er. It has safe­ty over­heat­ing pro­tec­tion which auto­mat­ic switch­es off the pow­er if not in use for 5 min­utes. The machine comes with a great 1 year war­ran­ty ser­vice. It is so use­ful that I may get one for house for our school clothes.

  8. mon­dayinsh

    Con­ve­nient set­up, eas­i­ly use and effi­cientEas­i­ly set­up and use, tem­per­a­ture rais­es effi­cient­ly and steam will avail­able in sec­onds. Tried sev­er­al times on board it worked per­fect as my pre­vi­ous iron but great con­ve­nience when iron­ing hang­ing clothes. While a lit­tle over­weight­ed than sup­posed with full water, def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend­able espe­cial­ly for stu­dents like me and travellers

  9. Var­sha

    its real­ly niceThe media could not be loaded.

     You indeed con­sid­er this prod­uct. As the video shows, the creas­es in the shirt dis­ap­peared quick­ly. In fact it was the first time I had ever ironed a shirt and I did­n’t expect to do well.I used the first lev­el and it is enough for a shirt.Besides, its so sweet to present a glove 🙂

  10. Apple

    Great alter­na­tive to iron­ingIron­ing blous­es and shirts is an absolute night­mare chore and I find myself putting the iron­ing off for ages due to these items sit­ting near the top of the bas­ket and me wish­ing to avoid them. Well the kind of good news is the fact that the device works sim­pler, eas­i­er and for steam­ing it works bet­ter than my rion.Price is fair and over­all val­ue for mon­ey is decent.

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