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Amazon Price: $79.99 $27.99 You save: $52.00 (65%). (as of October 23, 2016 8:23 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Rated voltage:110V-120V US Voltage Standard!

Rated power:600W/50Hz

The tank capacity:110ml

Material:ABS

product size:8X5.7X3.1inches 0.75 pounds

Customer Reviews

Way better than expected. Buy it!

116 people found this helpful.
 on April 14, 2015
By Otto's Mom
I seriously love this thing!

I just love this. Best

54 people found this helpful.
 on October 15, 2014
By Coop
I just love this. Best. investment. ever. I have a full size clothing steamer that is so cumbersome to use that it stays in the closet, but for less than $30 this one does the job in a flash. For home or for travel, especially, this one is it. Very pleased.

it worked very good! it started to boil really quick (about 30-45 …

57 people found this helpful.
 on November 18, 2014
By J. Mata
Just got it and I used this to steam wrinkles from an Elsa (Frozen) costume, it worked very good! it started to boil really quick (about 30-45 sec) and good steam came out of it considering it is a “mini travel garment steamer”, it didn’t spit water at all. The second time I overfilled the tank above the max line and it did spit water, so don’t do this!

Better than an iron…

6 people found this helpful.
 on September 27, 2015
By vasgarcia
I bought this steamer to steam tablecloths for craft shows. It didn’t get here in time for the one I went to this month, but I’ve been trying it out on some of my husbands shirts in the meantime.

Works great, love it!

30 people found this helpful.
 on June 14, 2015
By Janelle C.
I really love this. I never even knew they made handheld/travel steamers! I’ve used the industrial ones before, so I was worried it wouldn’t live up to expectations, but it did. I put on the brush and put it right up against the fabric, and it worked really well. So excited!

Nice seller

6 people found this helpful.
 on March 22, 2015
By Tammie Jourdanais
Before purchasing this product, I owned a large steamer and quickly became dependent on it to de-wrinkle my clothes – however, I couldn’t hang on to it when my husband and I moved into a 500 square foot studio. This steamer is compact, super convenient, and fast-heating – a fraction of the size and cost of my old one.

Small, Quick, Effective

 on January 23, 2016
By AD28
This steamer is great! It heats up quickly (maybe 20-30 seconds?) and gets the job done. I like the removable brush attachment for the head of the steamer. It helps to grip and guide the fabric and also picks up lint. The reservoir holds a small amount of water, but it is usually enough to steam several garments before running out. Be careful not to overfill, and to keep the steamer upright and steer clear of the steam stream, otherwise you can get leaks and burns. The steamer is very compact and truly portable. The drawstring travel pouch is nice. I have loved using it to quickly steam a skirt, blouse, or dress before work. Recommend!

Makes a great facial steamer!

 on February 23, 2017
By Cheeky Monkey Mama
I have had this item for over a year. I use it to steam my face (like a facial). It works absolutely beautifully for that. There are some reviewers who talk about it spitting, or leaking water from the steam holes. This only happens if you overfill it. There is a very clear fill line in the viewing window, the only time I ever had any problem with spitting was the one time I went over that line. Like I said, I use this on my face – it provides a great amount of steam, and is incredibly easy to use – it works exactly like the fancy machines they use at the spa.. Simply fill it to (or just below) the fill line – add a couple of drops of essential oil (if you like), plug it in, turn it on, and wait about 30 seconds for the steam to start. It will steam for a good amount of time. I hold mine between 6 to 12 inches from my face – it should feel like when you turn your face up to the sun in summer.. I consider this to be a great purchase, and I absolutely have no hesitation in recommending it. I have never used this to steam fabrics, so I cannot speak to how it works for that. I only use this on my face.

Pretty good for quick fixes. Takes a bit longer for deep wrinkles.

15 people found this helpful.
 on August 5, 2015
By ktdbot
Works pretty well. Just be careful not to press too hard on some fabrics when using the brush attachment otherwise you end up with brush marks/stripes on your clothes. On a small but severely wrinkled woman’s shirt, I used a whole container’s worth of water. It might be better to use a traditional iron on cotton work shirts where the collar or cuffs need pressing. Seems to work well on synthetics and will be a “must use” item before heading out the door for work. If you need to use steamer extensively on one item, allow time for drying as you garment might be slightly damp from…steam duh!
Works pretty well. Just be careful not to press too hard on some fabrics when using the brush attachment otherwise you end up with brush marks/stripes on your clothes. On a small but severely wrinkled woman’s shirt, I used a whole container’s worth of water. It might be better to use a traditional iron on cotton work shirts where the collar or cuffs need pressing. Seems to work well on synthetics and will be a “must use” item before heading out the door for work. If you need to use steamer extensively on one item, allow time for drying as you garment might be slightly damp from…steam duh!

E-best®Mini Travel Handheld Garment Steamer

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