Philips Steam & amp; Go Plus Handheld Clothes Steamer, Vertical and Horizontal Garment Steamer, No Ironing Board Needed, 0.07 Litre,

£64.99

Brand Philips
Colour Black/Copper
Item dimensions L x W x H 38 x 12.8 x 15 centimetres
Item weight 0.95 Kilograms
Style Single
  • This handheld clothes steamer allows for vertical & Horizontal steaming on any surface, in any situation with no ironing board needed
  • Easy, effective and safe with no burns guaranteed on all ironable fabrics, even on delicate clothes
  • Use our garment steamer to instantly refresh and de-wrinkle hanging clothes
  • Ready to use within 45 seconds, one fill is enough to de-wrinkle one piece of clothing
  • Smart flow heated plate technology for better results & continuous steam to remove odours and kills 99. 9%* of bacteria
  • All of our clothes steamers are tested with water before leaving the Philips factory to guarantee maximum performance

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Steam&Go Handheld Garment Steamer

Differences between a hand held garment clothes steamer and an iron

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How do the results dif­fer to that of an iron/steam iron?

Hand­held steam­ers are the ide­al solu­tion for get­ting the job done quick­ly with­out an iron­ing board, for touch ups and for de-wrin­kling del­i­cate and dif­fi­cult to iron fab­rics, such as pleat­ed or silk.

 

Is it safe to touch the gar­ments with my steamer?

You should hold the plate of your gar­ment steam­er against your clothes. If you’re wor­ried this will result in burnt clothes, it’s good for you to know that the steam plates on Philips steam­ers are safe for clothing.

 

Is my Philips gar­ment steam­er safe on all garments?

Yes, your Philips gar­ment steam­er can be safe­ly used with any set­ting on any gar­ment. It will not burn them.

 

What type of water can I use in my Philips steam iron or steamer?

Your Philips gar­ment steam­er has been designed to be used with tap water. If you live in an area with hard water, fast scale build-up may occur. To pro­long the lifes­pan of your steam­er it is rec­om­mend­ed to use dis­tilled or dem­iner­alised water.

 

Should my Philips gar­ment steamer’s tank be emp­tied after use?

We rec­om­mend that you emp­ty your gar­ment steamer’s water tank after using it. This will help pre­vent the for­ma­tion of cal­ci­fi­ca­tion and algae.

 

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Additional information

Weight 950 kg
Dimensions 38 × 12.8 × 15 cm
Brand

Philips

Model Number

GC36286

Colour

BlackCopper

Product Dimensions

38 x 12.8 x 15 cm; 950 Grams

Capacity

0.07 litres

Volume Capacity

0.07 litres

Power Wattage

1300 watts

Voltage

240 Volts

Auto Shutoff

No

Item Weight

950 g

ASIN

B079G6564N

Date First Available

30 Jan. 2018

Manufacturer

Philips

Reviews

  1. cof­feelover

    Do not buyAppal­ing per­for­mance- after a few uses won’t even remove creas­es from a very thin silky top (pic­ture was takes after using 2 tanks on a top)

  2. Peter Roth­well

    Do not waste your mon­ey. I didWorst prod­uct i have used. Fill it with water and steam one item. Its bulky and not easy to trav­el with. Reser­voir is ridicu­lous­ly small for size of devive. Aviod

  3. SM

    I hard­ly use the iron any­moreAfter pur­chas­ing this, i think i use the iron about 90% less then i use to. I wear a lot of clothes that do not require per­fect lines from iron­ing, i.e. smart suit shirts. For when i do, i have to use an iron, all oth­er times to get rid of creas­es and not look like it has just come out of the wash­ing machine, i use this! Just wish i bought this years ear­li­er. The only down­side to this is that the water does run out after 2 items but it takes about 1 min to refill and start again.

  4. N. Nubelus

    So dis­s­a­point­ed ! Ter­ri­ble prod­uct !Expect­ed so much more for a Philips pre­mi­um prod­uct with that price tag. It is more or less unus­able as almost no pow­er in the steam that comes out com­pare to my old no brand one that cost a £15!!! Unless this one is faulty but then again Philips cus­tomer ser­vice adamants that it is work­ing as it should be when sent a video to them. I would avoid and save mon­ey by get­ting a dif­fer­ent brand.

  5. Nico­let­ta

    Used item!It has already been used clear­ly! You can see sign of being a sec­ond hand prod­uct from the pack­ag­ing and the product!

  6. Gra­ham C

    Just does not do what it says on the tin.I bought this prod­uct to use on linen and cot­ton jack­ets, it was hope­less, in fact on a cot­ton jack­et it seemed to leave more creas­es than it removed and it has to be refilled after every gar­ment, so I returned it. NOT a good buy

  7. I‑Am-Dog

    Great idea, looks the part and almost deliv­ersI bought this on a whim, seduced by an ad with a video from Phillips on Face­book. I hate iron­ing with a pas­sion, but also can’t stand creased clothes and bed­li­nen, so thought this might solve all my prob­lems. After I ordered it, I wor­ried whether I had done the right thing and was in two minds whether to keep it or not. I got it on pro­mo­tion for about half price, and think I paid a fair price for it but imho it’s not worth more.The steam­er itself is attrac­tive and dis­tinc­tive in its black and gold, albeit slight­ly heavy to han­dle, and not that light to toss into your bag when you go away. You fill a water reser­voir that slides on to the han­dle, which is easy to do, but you have to refill fre­quent­ly if you are doing more than one gar­ment. Also, the cap on the reser­voir does not seem to seal as well as when I first got it, which is slight­ly wor­ry­ing when you are han­dling water and elec­tric­i­ty… :(I have used it sev­er­al times on clothes with pret­ty good results, although some­times it can be awk­ward to hold the steam­er and pull the gar­ment to straight­en it. I have, how­ev­er, had great results on cur­tains that are hang­ing on their track. I did need to refill the water a lot but it was worth it for the result.I had nev­er seen any­thing like this before I bought it but have since seen slight­ly small­er, lighter gar­ment steam­er at a much low­er price in one of those super­mar­kets where you go in for pota­toes and come out with a chain­saw from the mid­dle aisle. I won­der whether one of those would have been just as effec­tive at less than a third of the price, although they aren’t as good-looking.I do think this is a good solu­tion to ban­ish­ing creas­es, but think per­haps it’s ear­ly days with the design and price and lat­er mod­els will be an improve­ment on this. I wel­come the inno­va­tion of a steam­er like this but I would give 3.5 stars as it is almost there but not quite.

  8. Cathy Roberts

    Awe­someI hate iron­ing its the last on my list of ”to do” jobs This has changed my life! I work close­ly to a sink and a sock­et and the water cham­ber does need refill­ing but it reduces my iron­ing load very quick­ly. I use it on knitwear & jer­sey. Very Happy

  9. David

    What were good house­keep­ing think­ing?Hon­est­ly — this is utter garbage. I’ve giv­en it 2 rather than 1 because the build­ing qual­i­ty is real­ly good.Its huge.… you would­n’t trav­el with it. You can’t use it to iron unless you have a board to go with it… and even then its awful.I’ve found it bril­liant for clean­ing my suede train­ers using the brush attach­ment.…. that’s it.I was expect­ing to use this to take the creas­es out of my bed linen and flick down shirts/trousers and even suits.…. Epic fail.

  10. elle­wawa

    Nor­mal to have water in tankAfter read­ing so many neg­a­tive reviews, I had con­cerns about this prod­uct, how­ev­er, I decid­ed to trust the brand. When it arrives, the pack­ag­ing and every­thing means it is a new item. But it has one drop of water in the water tank, I was afraid this might be a used prod­uct as oth­er reviews men­tioned. Then I noticed a stick­er says it has been test­ed with water in the factory.Other than this, every­thing else indi­cates this is indeed a brand new product.It is quite handy and does the job. The only draw­back is that the water tank is small and it only steams 2 shirts per tank; or 1 shirt if you steam very throughly.This is indeed a very good and use­ful prod­uct and I believe it deserves a 5 star rating.

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