Decen Steam Iron for Clothes, 1400W Iron with Rapid Even Heat and Fast Burst Steam

There are many products on the market that can confuse the buyer when choosing. Even an object of common use and widespread in almost all homes such as the iron can generate confusion and uncertainty at the idea of ​​not making the right investment to acquire the accessory capable of responding to the needs of the family.

Decen Steam Iron for Clothes, 1400W Iron with Rapid Even Heat and Fast Burst Steam

Feature of Decen Steam Iron for Clothes, 1400W Iron with Rapid Even Heat and Fast Burst Steam

  • PRECISE TEMP CONTROL – 5 temperature settings (from heavy cotton to delicate silk), allow for specialty fabrics – Linen, Cotton, Silk, Wool, Nylon, or Synthetic; Select your fabric type and always iron with the right heat and keep your clothes in perfect status.
  • Wrinkle Remover:1400 W steam iron with stainless steel sole plate preheat faster and even. It smoothly glides over all fabrics and resists minor scratches. 10.5 Oz water tank provides the maximum amount of steam and lasting than the vast majority of products
  • Powerful Multifunction: It combines parallel and vertical steam, dry iron, and steam iron. With 3 adjustable steam settings (continuous steam, steam burst, and water spray), scientific steam hole distribution with the function of adjusting the steam output for more effective removal of wrinkles from clothing

Energy performance of Steam Irons

The most important parameter related to the energy performance of an iron concerns its power, expressed in Watts (W). If you intend to use this appliance to carry out quickly, i.e. with a high production of steam, you need to focus on powerful models. As an indication, we can consider the value of 2000W useful for identifying sufficiently powerful irons for the majority of uses in the home . Below this value, we will find appliances that will need a longer time to bring the water to temperature and transform it into steam. While powers higher than that indicated are justified only in certain semi-professional or industrial contexts.

The power of the iron obviously has a direct impact on energy consumption, ie the amount of the electricity bill. The models of irons with the indication or prefix “ECO” are generally able to limit energy consumption, but, in any case, they lose something in terms of speed and quantity of steam production.

Elements to consider in an iron with boiler

The soleplate: there is no doubt that the soleplate is the most important element for an iron. On the market there are plates of different materials, basically 3. There are stainless steel plates, those in Teflon and those in aluminum. These alloys are the most used as they are the best in heat conduction and avoid overheating of the iron. The tank: There are two types of tanks, the internal and the external one. In case of internal tank the capacity is reduced compared to the external one. The tip: irons constructed from aluminum are usually the best and the heat is concentrated at the tip. This feature is very useful when dealing with difficult areas such as collars and corners.

So before purchasing your new iron, several elements should be taken into consideration, including the tank capacity and the plate material. Other elements to consider are: the power of delivery of the jet, the comfortable and ergonomic handle and a not excessive weight of the iron (never more than 2 kilograms). Other minor features to take into consideration are: the possibility of ironing on different fabrics, the anti-limescale function, an auto shut-off system, vertical steam (useful for ironing, for example, jackets and curtains vertically), an anti-drip system and the Microsteam plate (with micro holes for steam output).