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post #16 of 44
jiffy j2000 gets good reviews on amazonhttp://www.amazon.com/Jiffy-Steamer-...9347655&sr=8-1
post #17 of 44
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
Has anyone else ever used or even heard of this?

-LR

+10000 this really intrigues me
-MK
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post #19 of 44
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Originally Posted by hatguy View Post
jiffy j2000 gets good reviews on amazonhttp://www.amazon.com/Jiffy-Steamer-...9347655&sr=8-1

Jiffy J-2000 and J-4000 both produce the same quality/amount of steam. where I worked previously, we had both. We preferred the J-2000 because it is very quick to heat up. The J-4000 which I have for my home business takes about 10 - 20 minutes to preheat. J-2000 takes about 2 - 3 minutes (plus it's cheaper model)
post #20 of 44
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Paging jefferyd...paging jefferyd...


- B

Haha. His anti-steaming essay scared me away from steaming for the better part of six or seven months. But then I relented and went back to my steamy ways. I just avoid the seams when steaming.

Jiffy ESteam gets a +1 rec from me, but I am a philistine.
post #21 of 44
I 2nd Jiffy. I've had the J-2000 for several years now and I can vouch for it. Works great in my opinion.

http://www.amazon.com/Jiffy-Steamer-...9354180&sr=8-1

I'm pretty sure I paid around $100 for mine, but that was several years ago...
post #22 of 44
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Originally Posted by Arrogant Bastard View Post
Haha. His anti-steaming essay scared me away from steaming for the better part of six or seven months. But then I relented and went back to my steamy ways. I just avoid the seams when steaming.

Jiffy ESteam gets a +1 rec from me, but I am a philistine.

What anti steaming essay? Do you have a link to it?

-LR
post #23 of 44
Steaming is really great for some things but it does not eliminate ironing completely like I thought it would when I bought my steamer...

Maybe I was just being naive when I purchased it.
post #24 of 44
Have been using a Jiffy J-2000 for several years and love it. You need to know that it works great some materials and not so well on other materials. For instance works perfect on my polo shirts. However, I find it lacking on some of my dress shirts. I have the jiffy right next to my ironing board and I use the Jiffy about 8/10 times.
post #25 of 44
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Originally Posted by Arrogant Bastard View Post
Haha. His anti-steaming essay scared me away from steaming for the better part of six or seven months. But then I relented and went back to my steamy ways. I just avoid the seams when steaming.

Jiffy ESteam gets a +1 rec from me, but I am a philistine.

I'm sure they're very steamy ways, AB.

Jeffery's post stopped me steaming my suits so I'm glad I read it. I had a little Jiffy steamer that worked great for knitwear. I can't remember the model though.
post #26 of 44
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Originally Posted by Cant kill da Rooster View Post
Can I get some current recommendations for a quality clothes steamer? I am looking for something compact that can travel. Anything new out there for 2010-2011?

Another vote for Jiffy, I've had mine for more than six years now, works wonderfully.
post #27 of 44
Jiffy J-2000
post #28 of 44
Oh and dont steam the seams!
post #29 of 44
Can anyone save me some time by giving a rough idea of prices...??
post #30 of 44
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Originally Posted by jessis View Post
Can anyone save me some time by giving a rough idea of prices...??

Refurbished Jiffy's on ebay for $120. MSRP $180.
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