What is Conair Turbo Extreme Steam?
The TV commercial states that it’s the most powerful handheld clothes steamer that eliminates creases quickly with its turbo-charged steam and super-high heat.
Conair Turbo Extreme Steam Claims
Powerful Fabric Steamer – Conair Turbo Extreme Steam promises to de-wrinkle, smoothen, and freshen clothes faster. Its 1550-watt steam generator drives its advanced steam technology to give powerful performance. Conair Turbo Extreme Steam declares to give faster results at 40-second heat up and has steam time of approximately 15 minutes. It stands on a counter for easy access and storage. There are no Conair Turbo Extreme Steam reviews to verify the claims.
Several benefits – Conair Turbo Extreme Steam has two settings – Standard and Turbo, a built-in creaser to give perfect pleats and folds, and one-touch open and close. Conair Turbo Extreme Steam’s silicone band makes steaming easier by pulling the fabric tight, delicate fabric spacer protects fragile cloths and frills, and the bristle brush loosens fibers to make the steam reach deeper. The aluminum plate replaces an iron and the quilted-surface glides over fabric. Send us your reviews of Conair Turbo Extreme Steam to tell us if it is really that good.
Conair Turbo Extreme Steam REVIEW
John Nicolas in his review reveals that Conair Turbo Extreme Steam is not worth the money. The regular steam iron is better. Conair Turbo Extreme Steam doesn’t remove wrinkles, be it shirts or heavier garments like jeans/blazers etc. It is not portable/light weight enough to carry in your luggage in a flight. The only utility of this iron is to use it for disinfecting garments through steam.
Joel Foster who used the Conair Turbo Extreme Steam says in his review that it takes patience to fully remove creases. Conair Turbo Extreme Steam is not recommended for materials other than delicates. It takes way to long to steam a shirt made of cotton and it smells like burnt wires when it is running.
Stephanie Bradley a Conair Turbo Extreme Steam customer says in her review that it doesn’t work. It is a failed design. The tube does not suck up the water to produce steam. It is like an iron instead of a steamer! It is a great idea but a failed design.
Megan Barry tried the Conair Turbo Extreme Steam and complains in her review that even after trying it on several fabrics, including window sheers you may not see a real difference in the wrinkles. Conair Turbo Extreme Steam is a disappointing purchase.
Ivy Shaw in her review mentions that using Conair Turbo Extreme Steam on polos, slacks, dress shirts, and kids uniforms gave no results at all. This steamer does not get hot enough to get the wrinkles out of clothes.
Kim Goodman bought the Conair Turbo Extreme Steam and complains that it spits out as much water as it did steam. This means that the clothes I you are trying to steam may end up with wet spots. It may do its job for a couple of months but may stop working altogether giving out no steam, making it a completely useless buy.
Official website: Conair.com