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Specifications & Dimensions
|General Warranty:||2 years|
|Accessory Type:||Supply line|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||3.5|
|Soleplate Surface Type:||Stainless steel|
|By Type of Item:||Shirts & blouses|
|Designed For:||Household Use|
|Accessory Type:||Reference guide|
Ratings & Reviews
The Kenmore Steam Iron- Wear Your Clothes Confidently
Always make an impeccable entrance thanks to the smart technology of the Kenmore Steam Iron. This powerful handheld iron pumps out a stream of steam that beats wrinkles, crinkles and creases right out of your garments, even the most crumpled ones. Never be caught again looking like you just rolled out of bed!
Rumples and folds don’t stand a chance as the iron provides even heat distribution and variable steam options with “Spray Mist” and “Burst of Steam” buttons, smoothing out everything it touches. The water tank is translucent so you know when to refill it. Get all your garments steamed and looking their best as this iron smooths out a range of fabrics, even delicate silks with its special settings.
There's an integrated self-cleaning function and Anti-Scale system that ensures a constant flow of steam for better performance and longer life. Its unique anti-calcium system enables easy removal, so no more hassle of rinsing it. Everything about the Kenmore Steam Iron is hot! From the smooth gliding movements through yards of cloth to its streamlined silhouette. Your dry cleaners are going to miss you.
- Steam iron for smoothing the toughest wrinkles on clothes
- Water tank holds 12 oz. (350 ml)
- Stainless steel soleplate
- Large filling inlet at front with wide pivot door
- Digital controls with LCD display, white LED backlight, and red Power/Ready light
- Variable steam with Spray Mist and Burst of Steam buttons
- Convenient 360 degrees swivel cord so you don’t get caught tangles in a heap of clothes and cords
- Self-cleaning function and Anti-Scale system
- Dimensions: 12" W x 13-1/2" H x 15" D
- Weight: 3-1/2 lbs. (1.6 kg)
- Power: 1700 W
- Warranty: 2 year limited
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on May 13, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
i just relized that this is the iron my husband had before we were married. As i never iron i wouldn't have known unless i looked. he dose all the ironing and seems to like this iron. keep making great items that people can depend on.Thanks Kenmore.
Iron operates as described both by Sears and consumer reports. Iron is a little heavier than my past irons, but so far has outperformed all past irons including far more expensive ones.
heats up quick, good steam, and bottom surface is nonstick. Numerous settings to meet your material needs. Great product.
Purchased as a replacement for my 5 year old Rowenta Professional iron which recently died. In comparison to the Rowenta: Function Cons: Weak burst of steam; wide rounded (rather than pointed) end does not glide as smoothly as a pointed end; cycles off frequently, although only for a short period of time. Ergonomics are poor! Handle is not comfortable in my hand and the temperature controls are positioned so that one's hand rides over them; oversize sole plate is clumsy to use; the 4 position steam control does not slide smoothly. 12' cord sounds nice but it takes10 turns to wrap it around the base for storage; it's unnecessarily long. Besides, the overall design is clunky and cheap and the manufacturing quality is low. The plastic trim is thin and 'bumpy' in places and C-shaped chrome metal bar on which the iron rests when in the upright position is cheesy looking. I thought I would never buy another Rowenta iron until I tried this Kenmore model.
I bought this model because it was rated #1 by Consumer Reports, The first time I used it, the burst of steam and upright steam didn't work. Back to the store for a replacement. The 2nd one works fine. I just wish the water pitcher was large enough to fill the iron in one trip to the sink.
Purchased this iron after reading its review by ****************. Took it home and found it must have been a returned item. The soleplate clearly showed that it had used and I found that the "on" button was really difficult to push, so I returned it too. Took home the replacement (same model) and found that the "burst of steam" and "spray" function didn't work, forcing me the drive back to the store again. Living 40 minutes from this store, I decided not to try a third time and just ended up returning it for a refund. I later purchased a Singer which I am very happy with and, best of all, it works. Outside of the problems mentioned, I thought the iron was a little too heavy at 3.5 pounds and it felt a little bulky. The best feature is the steam function. It is excellent - a nice constant amount that easily removes wrinkles with one pass, that is if you're lucky enough to purchase one that isn't defective like the second one I brought home.
Oxon Hill, Maryland
I bought this iron a few years ago and it still work good, the only small problem i have with it is tghe build up on the surface that sometime cause the iron to stick to and dirty what i am ironing and i must clean it from time to time but overall it is a very good Iron