SINGER ESP-2 Magic Steam Press

SINGER ESP-2 Magic Steam Press with 100 Pounds of Pressure and Adjustable Steam

  • Get professional results in half the time; Reduce your ironing time by 50%!
  • Extra-Large Pressing Surface that is 10 times the pressing surface as a conventional iron
  • Accurate Electronic Fabric Temperature Settings allow you to press almost any fabric - from nylon to linen
  • Die-Cast Aluminum Base for easy, steady pressing
  • Auto Shut-Off with Audible Alarm puts your mind at ease
Singers new ESP-2 Electronic Steam Press has finally arrived. This press will let you whip through your daily ironing using 100 pounds of pressure with just fingertip force from you. Depending on the fabric your pressing, this press offers you the choice of No Steam or Electronically Pumped Variable Steam. It has an Electronic Alarm that sounds every 10 secounds if the handle is left down to remind you to lift the handle to ensure that fabrics are not exposed to the heating plate to long. It al

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2 Responses to “SINGER ESP-2 Magic Steam Press”

  1. R. Thompson says:
    63 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Has already paid for itself!, January 19, 2009
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    R. Thompson (Texas) –

    This review is from: SINGER ESP-2 Magic Steam Press (Kitchen)

    Worth every penny! DH and I both wear business professional to work each day. At $3.25 per pair of pants, my dry cleaning bill was at least $45 – $50 a week doing both pants and shirts. It was getting ridiculous! So I splurged for this Singer steam press and it has worked out perfectly. I only do the pants (shirts are $1.25 each and it’s worth it to me to drop those at the cleaners bc they are a pain and I simply don’t have the time).

    I near-dry the pants and then let them hang overnight. Then I steam press them, half a leg at a time, from the hem to the highest point the presser can go, only doing from the center seam out to the crease. So each pant gets 4 presses. I don’t bother with the tops of the pants or the pleats. They look fine coming straight from the dryer. But if they need it, I’ll use a traditional iron for that. It took some practice, but I’ve got it down to less than 1 minute per pair without rushing. They come out perfect and I’m saving a ton of money. We wear 10 pairs of pants each week. So each week I’m saving over $32.00 on my cleaning bill. In about 2 months, I was already ahead.

    My only beef was that the steamer would leave little wet spots on the pants (that dried and no problem). But I discovered that was operator-error. I was steaming for 2-3 seconds and you really only need 1 second. And don’t try to use this for shirts. You’ll spend more time fixing the little creases than if you just used a regular iron. But for my purposes, this thing is a dream!

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  2. Pippa says:
    45 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great time saver, November 19, 2008
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    Pippa (New Hampshire) –

    This review is from: SINGER ESP-2 Magic Steam Press (Kitchen)

    This is a replacement for a press I had bought used from a unknown brand, and I could not get repaired when the heating element went. I am hoping that with Singer and a service network, that will not be a problem…and the other lasted 10 years anyway.

    It takes a little getting used to, and smart use of the dryer, to get the most out of the press. I take linen tablecloths out a little damp, do all around the edges first, then fold in 1/2 and press double. I also use a spray bottle with water, never use the steam. That never has worked well for me. Napkins are a dream!

    Pants: Do 1/2 a leg at a time, length wise, missing the seam. For a perfect job around the pocket, I use the regular iron and ironing board.

    The press is so quick and easy I do shirts at home, less than 5 mns per, and save $2.75 at the cleaners.
    Lastly, we all enjoy ironed sheets: do the top first, then fold length wise in fours, and press firmly.

    It seems most of the complaints I have read are from people who did not try very hard!

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