Make Ironing Easier with the Breville VIN281 Extreme Steam Digital Steam Generator
Are you someone who hates to iron? Or do you find ironing to be a calming, therapeutic task?
The new range of Breville Extreme Steam steam irons are designed for both types of people, and everyone in between. These pressurised, continuous-fill steam generators make ironing fast, easy and efficient.
This iron will help you tackle tough creases, faster. How so? Well, steam generators use a separate large water boiler to heat water. This produces large volumes of steam and heat that are transferred to the handheld iron.
As a result, you get more steam, and it lasts longer, compared to the steam of a basic iron. Steam-gen irons can be pricier than basic irons, but many consumers agree that the results justify the investment. Compared to basic steam irons, steam generator irons hold three-to-four times more water, produce twice as much steam, reducing creases faster and more effectively, amd have lighter iron units, which are easier to use, because the water is held in a detachable tank. A steam generator iron lets you churn quickly through large piles of laundry. You'll be hard-pressed to find a steam iron that performs to this standard.
Get Smoother Ironing, with a Stainless Steel Soleplate
The Breville VIN281 features a stainless steel soleplate, up to 100g/min steam rate and 4.5 bar pressure. The stainless steel soleplate creates a smooth glide, helping ensure even heat distribution across your ironing.
There's so much to love about this iron. Additional features of the VIN281 include a 2m cord, Vertical steam, Steam trigger lock, Detachable water tank and Easy-to-use manual controls. Some people find using manual controls easier than using digital controls. But if you would rather have digital controls, check out the Breville VIN170 steam generator.
Beyond its exceptional technical performance, the Extreme Steam range is eye-catching and sleek--a refreshing break from the usual bulky and clunky steam generator designs.
Choosing Between Pressurised vs. Non-Pressurised Steam-Gen Irons?
All steam generators use a separate large water boiler to heat water and generate large volumes of steam and heat, transferred through a tube to a handheld iron unit. They produce steam for a longer amount of time than a basic steam iron, allowing you to tackle tough creases, faster.
There are three different types of steam-generator irons: pressurised, non-pressurised and pressurised, continuous-fill. The Breville VIN281 is an example of a pressurised, continuous-fill iron.