Steam Your Clothes While Using Less Energy

Steam Your Clothes While Using Less Energy

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Sarah Rae Smith
Apr 21, 2010

We have a passion for steaming clothes. Mainly due to the fact that we really suck at traditional ironing methods. No matter how many times we've watched Martha Stewart show us how, things still never come out perfect. Steamers and steaming irons are a great way around that, especially if they're using less energy and have a cool eco-button to push!

This powerful steam station, also known as the Siemens TS25GP100, has total output of 2,400 watt, with 800 watt iron and 1,600 watt boiler, 5 steam levels and 10 power levels. It also boasts a 1 liter tank, ensuring you won't be refilling after every sleeve.

It only takes 2 minutes to heat up and has a cool eco button on the back (we like to push buttons... and are also drawn to shiny things, go figure) that reduces the energy useage by 25%. It's the perfect compromise between using as little energy as possible and still having a machine that can really bust out with some power when needs be.

The unit currently isn't for sale in the US, though we're hoping it will be soon. If you're into picking one up now, you can check out the different online shipping locations for this product, although you'll have to pay a little extra in shipping. The unit retails for $240, but if you're in a small space, it's a great option!

(via: Appliancist)
(Image: Siemens)

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