Sunbeam Steammaster Anti-Drip 1400W Nonstick Iron

Last updated: September 13, 2021


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Product Details

In our analysis of 21 expert reviews, the Sunbeam Steammaster Anti-Drip 1400W Nonstick Iron placed 5th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Experience the wrinkle-blasting power of the Sunbeam Steam Master Iron with Retractable Cord. Using 1400 watts of pressing power, plus Variable Steam Control, wrinkles disappear quickly. Additional steam power can be released at any time using the Shot of Steam button. For those extra-stubborn wrinkles, there is Dual Spray Mist to dampen fabric with double the output of water mist. Vertical Shot of Steam feature provides flexibility in freshening up hanging garments, upholstery, and drapery. Achieve perfectly-pressed results for a professional, polished look every time.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

The powerful combo of vertical and shot of steam technologies removes wrinkles fast and easily. Dual spray mist diffuses more water compared to standard irons to remove all kinds of wrinkles.
15 steam macro holes on its soleplate that continuously release and balance steam production during ironing. This makes the sunbeam master an effective iron. It has an 8-foot retractable cord. This helps in easy cord management during ironing and in storage preventing entangling. Shot of steam function that helps in removing difficult creases and in vertical steaming. It has a very effective anti-drip system that prevents delicate fabrics from being spoilt by spillages. Variable steam control with four settings that allow efficiency and excellent results. It has a large water tank that does not deplete easily. Light in weight compared to many other models.
For a low price, the Sunbeam Steam Master Iron with Retractable Cord not only removes wrinkles, but it also offers an anti-drip design, an automatic shut-off system, and much more.

What reviewers didn't like

It needs a reasonable time to heat up.
The 15 macro holes on its soleplate are not as effective in a steam generation as the microhole technology incorporated by Rowenta models. The burst of steam is relatively weaker than what is found in other models. Some buyers have complained of overheating in this model which produces a burning smell.
Cord retracts with a lot of force. Steam burst is not very powerful. Doesn’t work as well on thicker fabrics.
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