Since 1851, the name Singer has been synonymous with sewing. The spirit of practical design and creative innovation that characterized the company at its beginning continues today as we develop products for every level of sewing. We have celebrated many firsts, including the world's first zig-zag machine, the first electronic machines and we now proudly produce the world's most advanced home sewing and embroidery machine. From home décor and clothing construction to embroidery and quilting, SINGER® is dedicated to help people express themselves through sewing.
Pros:Good Value, Great Features, Easy To Use, High Quality, Portable
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I love this product and actually enjoy using it. Ironing would take approximately 2 hours, now I have it down to 45 minutes. I'm still learning how to place garments for optimal pressing and keep my iron on standby for collars. I’m sure as I continue to learn, the time it takes will be reduced even more. It’s lightweight enough that I can move it from one surface to another. It’s so portable that I recently took it on a road trip for a wedding. The settings are self explanatory—there’s no guess work compared to traditional iron settings. I don’t have to worry about destroying garments; the press alerts me when the lid has been down too long. Overall, I’m impressed with all aspects of this product and would recommend it to anyone.
The steam press cuts my ironing time down to less than 1/2 the usual time. I still need to do some touch ups with a regular iron, but the steam press has really helped me with the huge baskets of ironing that used to piled up. Now I take clothes from the dryer and go to the steam press and poof like magic I'm done in seconds. I'm so happy to complete the ironing and I save money not sending out my husbands business shirts and pants. I'll be a pro with my new steam press soon.
I love this press!! I have a small craft business making rag rugs, coiled baskets, and othe goodies. I process over 800 yards of fabric a year! I use only cotton fabric which I wash and dry first. As cotton fabric wrinkles easily I have to press it to make it lay flat so I can cut strips for my rugs and baskets. It used to take me days! With my new Singer press, I was able to press 300 yards of fabric in about 4-5 hours! I could have done it faster if I didn't have to stop to fill the water reservoir. A bigger water reservoir is the only improvement I would make to this appliance.
It works great. Took advice I found on Internet about wearing gloves. Think they are golf gloveves very thin on bottom and padded on top. The opening in back is small so bumps will happen. Other than that and a little practice it works great
I just reg'd my new ESP2. In the reg form, you asked how often I iron and didn't have the check-box for me. The answer is NEVER! I hate ironing. A lot of my clothes are "dry clean only" and after a friend turned me on to Dryel, I did the math on my annual dry cleaning spend: $500 to $1000 annually. That's a heck of a lot of money. I love Dryel, because it's quick and easy and I don't need to drive miles and miles to my favorite dry cleaner. Also, my clothes don't have a chemically smell. However, after I ran an Eileen Fisher silk blouse through, I realized I had to actually do the ironing. Your steam press was my savior - I fired it up this evening and pulled out the silk blouse. In under two minutes, with next to no effort (just neat folding), I had a wrinkle-free blouse that was done better than most dry cleaners. So, in the year ahead, I'm "up" at least $300 after the $200 investment in the Singer Steam Press.
Just wanted you to know that you have a hidden market and may want to look at a marketing promo with Dryel... "fire your dry cleaner".
I love it. So easy to use. Makes ironing like a breeze. My husband wears dress shirts everyday and this will save me a lot of money. I don't use take his shirts and pants to the cleaners anymore. The result is exactly the same as the result from the cleaners where I take his shirts.
Many years back my aunt use to have what was then called a "mangler" and I loved it. I was tired of dragging out the ironing board and decided to order my own "mangler" from Bed, Bath and Beyond. I love it. Get all my shirts done fast and easy. But do have to watch touching the top while arranging the shirts on the bottom, got a few little burns, so now I am extra careful. But I do like it.
Pros:Good Value, Great Features, Easy To Use, High Quality
Cons:Heavy To Move Around
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The Steam Press is great. I bought it to press sheets, pillowcases, Napkins , and tablecloths. It does a fantastic and fast job. The only negative is that it is heavy. If you have a place in your home where you can keep it set up, that's the best thing to do.
Great piece of equipment. Like other reviewers says the pressing area is too small and you have to wear cotton gloves in order not to get your hands burn, but every thing else is great. None of those factors are a great deal to me compare to the money I save if I take my clothe to the Cleaner.
The steam press is a great purchase. The machine gives a professionnal touch and is very easy to use. The pressing time is very short therefore one has to be very careful to avoid scorching the fabric.
Pros:Good Value, Great Features, Easy To Use, High Quality
What wonderful results I've had using the Steam Press, I also have a mangler, but I get a real nice crisp crease in my pants and other items needing this service of the steam press, Awesome. I do recommend the stand, its worth the cost.
I still iron most everything including my sheets and pillow cases. The steam press has made my life so much easier and the speed is amazing. I will admit that I have burned my hands a couple of times but still worth the time I save from my iron and ironing board. I don't find the press too bulky but I did have my contractor create an ironing space to include the press. Love It!