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- 5.5 ft / 1.68 m flexible rubber hose
- Ready to steam in 1 minute
- All brass couplings
- High-impact engineered polymer outer housing for durability
- "No-spill" check valve cap
- Color-coded high temperature wiring
- Fusible link with automatic shut-off for safety
- 360-degree swivel casters for mobility
- 7 ft power cord with molded storage clip for more manageable handling
- 3-Year Limited Product Warranty
- 24-hour repair service available
Standard Plastic Steam Head:
- 6 in / 15.2 cm wide plastic steam head
Metal Steam Head:
- 6 in / 15.2 cm wide metal steam head
Interchangeable Steam Head:
- 9 in / 22.8 cm bent aluminum pipe head attachment, “B” brush steam cleaning head, 6 in / 15.2 cm wide metal steam head and 12 in / 30.4 cm wide carpet steam head
- Model Name: J-2000
FOR ALL MODELS:
- Optional Steam Head Attachment: 6 in / 15.2 cm wide plastic steam head, 6 in / 15.2 cm wide metal head, or 9 in / 22.8 cm bent aluminum pipe head attachment, “B” brush steam cleaning head, 6 in / 15.2 cm wide metal steam head and 12 in / 30.4 cm wide carpet steam head
- Carton Dimension: 18 in x 12 in x 17 in / 45.7 cm x 30.4 cm x 43.1 cm
- Assembled Dimension: 15 in x 10 in x 64 in / 38.1 cm x 24.4 cm x 162.5 cm
- Carton Weight: 17 lbs / 7.71 kg (plastic head)
- Carton Weight: 18 lbs / 8.16 kg (metal head)
- Carton Weight: 20 lbs / 9.07 kg (i-kit)
- Electrical Certifications: UL, cUL, TUV/GS, CE, NOM and ANCE Listed
- Steam Time per Filling: 90 minutes
- Water Capacity: 3/4 gal / 2.84 L
FOR 120 VOLT MODELS:
- Voltage: 120V
- Wattage: 1300W
- Cord Plug: NEMA 5-15
FOR 230 VOLT MODELS: (FOR USE OUTSIDE USA)
- Voltage: 230V
- Wattage: 1300W
- Cord Plug: BS-1363, BS-546, CEE-7, ETSA S-86, SI 32, NEMA 5-15
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- The Jiffy Promise
The Jiffy Steamer Company is committed to building the best steamers available and supporting our products with unparalleled customer service.
- Jiffy Steamers are handcrafted in our Union City, Tennessee, USA plant.
- Every Jiffy Steamer undergoes rigorous, multistep testing before leaving our assembly line.
- All Jiffy Steamer products come with a best-in-the-industry 3-year warranty.
- Live customer support is available during regular business hours along with rapid repair turnaround time on all Jiffy Steamers.
- Jiffy Steamer donates 10% of revenue generated to the Obion County Cancer Agency from the sale of every pink steamer.
Top Ranked Garment Steamer
ValueThe J-2000 is the perfect steamer for your home, and even does the job for light commercial use. Enjoy a variety of applications that help to remove wrinkles in clothing, remove wallpaper, and make steaming bedding and linens easier than ever. With the durable high impact plastic housing and wheels that swivel for mobility, it’s incredibly easy to take this steamer on the go, and it’s sure to stand the test of time. The innovative model will heat up in just 2 minutes, and offers a wonderful 1.5 hours of steaming per filling. The convenient 3/4 gallon water reservoir fits securely to the base of the steamer, and provides ample water for many steaming sessions.
With 1300 watts of steaming power, you can be guaranteed that this steamer will provide all the performance that you need, even when you have to steam on a frequent basis. The device also features a no-drip check valve system, and a 5 1/2 foot flexible hose with a plastic steam head and handle. It’s so easy to take this steamer from place to place, and the handy on/off switch allows you to operate this at the touch of a button. With so many features, this is one of the most user-friendly steamers on the market, and with the reasonable price, this is a fantastic choice if you’re purchasing a steamer for the first time. Being incredibly easy to clean and maintain, you’re going to find that this steamer is also going to stand the test of time.
Reviewer: Ryan Morse-Owner of ThoroughlyReviewed.com | Posted on 7/15/2016It really works like magic!!
ValueI was initially skeptical that the machine would work but it really did what I hoped it would. I wanted an item freshen up items by taking out wrinkles. It worked perfect for me. Yes it gets hot but if you hold the handle, not the hose, you are fine. A longer hose would have been helpful. It heats in minutes and is simple to use.
I even gave it two very difficult jobs - purchased new drapes that came folded and very wrinkled and a new king size bed spread. Both would have been impossible to iron but worked very well. The wrinkles came out like magic.
I found it helpful to have a work area so that you can hang the items. I used a bathroom and using clips attached to outside of shower door. This gave me a big work area that worked great. I'm not sure if I would always use to replace an iron but for many situations it worked far better than an iron.Reviewer: Jack Tenison | Posted on 3/15/2016Worth every penny
ValueI am a bit of a fanatic about the tools I buy. My dad was a mechanic and taught me "Buy quality, buy once, or buy cheap and buy often." The Jiffy Steamer is definitely in the quality category. It costs more than other brands but is worth every penny and is built to last.
My wife wanted a steamer for clothes so I started searching reviews and Jiffy kept coming up as the best so I bought one. I bought the on with interchangeable heads as it gave me more flexibility and I am glad I did. I have an Italian built White Wing that is a great steamer for cleaning but the setup time is pretty long for short jobs so I was hoping the Jiffy could handle things like tile cleaning and oven cleaning between heavy duty steam cleaning. I am happy to say it does. The quick heat time is great for a short job and the heads easily swap, all you need is the right size wrench and some teflon tape to wrap the threads before you screw in the attachment. The Jiffy is a great all all around steamer for clothes and household cleaning jobs.Reviewer: Jim | Posted on 1/10/2016Can't Live Without a Jiffy!
ValueI have been using Jiffy steamers for 23 years now. I just bought my 3rd one. They last approximately 11 years and I use mine a lot! I bought a Rowenta once and it lasted 13 months...very disappointing. The Jiffy is so durable and well built. I recommend it to everyone. I have become quite skilled at steaming and rarely have to use an iron. I steam everything, even woven dress shirts. I use a rolling garment rack and hang approximately 16-20 items on it and just go down the line and steam everything in about 1 hr, 15 min. Be sure to use the clear plastic hangers with swivel hooks on them for faster results. Steaming is at least 3 times faster than ironing, and with a busy lifestyle, I cannot live without a Jiffy!Reviewer: Coffee | Posted on 12/27/2015Best steamer I have owned ValueBest steamer I have owned, but the price reflects it. -1 star for the non-insulated hose, that thing gets crazy hot and every other steamer I have owned came with a insulated hose that did not have nearly as much of an issue.Reviewer: Abbadeer | Posted on 7/29/2015jubilee80 ValueI just received my package and tried out the steamer.
It was easy to assemble. The hose and the head are sturdy and of good quality.
The base has wheels so easy to move around but can be a bit wonky esp because the steamer can become top heavy when you add garments.
It gets the wrinkles out of clothes but I have not yet figured out how to add crease to dress pants (maybe I can't and thus have to use my iron).Reviewer: Pretty in Pink | Posted on 6/30/2015Not so great off the starting line, Quick in the race!
ValueI just finished using this for the first time on Sunday, Although it was for my wife not me.. Go figure right?
First off just wanted to note for anyone unsure about this machine or has used it an not happy with first impressions.
To be honest first impression sucked, but as others have pointed out the machine seams to have a break in period.
For me this period was one tank of water. The first tank of water left much to be desired, very little steam came out at once and took forever to get the wrinkles out of anything. After the first tank was a different story, the 2-4 tanks (yes I had a lot of cloths with wrinkles Sunday!) were a different story, this thing produced steam like a chain smoker does smoke and soon I was steaming cloths with effortless ease.
Not all materials are treated as equals, polyesters and mixed blends seam to yield vaireing results, but cotton works every time.
Unless your dealing with 100% cotton don't expect a very *crisp* surface like you would see with an Iron
Also working from the back side or under the material yields better results than working from the front so far.
The hanging pole feels like it should be a few inches higher and has no way to adjust the height. (I'm 5'11, my wife is 5'2 we both felt this way)
The hose seams to stay fairly stiff even after an hour of use.
The outside of the hose gets quite hot! (not really a con but more of a warning to those of you who might steam their cloths with no pants on)
Dresses and skirts that have 2 layers of material sewed together seam to make steaming a difficult task, ironing is much faster. Dresses with the second layer unattached at one end does not cause problems as you can get between the layers to get the back side of the first layer.
Cloths with heavy creases that have been there for a long time, will stay.
Water tank seams it should have a slightly larger capacity for someone who would do more than 2-4 articles of clothing at a time.
Over all good machine, once I got over the learning curve I could steam my cloths faster than my wife could iron them so were happy!
Glad I didnt opt for a cheaper machineReviewer: JAT.MN | Posted on 10/12/2012Love my Jiffy J-2000!
ValueI am a wardrobe stylist and this is the steamer I use... let me give you some tips. Up front, please know that a steamer will not give you the crispness that you get from an iron. It will, however, get out most wrinkles pretty well. If you need crisp shirts, this is probably not for you. Although it is an extra step, when needed, I steam my shirts and then use the iron. The dampness in the shirt seems to make the ironing easier and go a bit faster. The key is to steam your garments from the inside. Put the shirt/pant on a hanger, button the top button, and hang it from the steamer. (Actually, I hang mine from the shower curtain bar, it puts the shirt at eye level and is more stable.) I usually start at the shoulders and work my way down. If you hold taut, the section of the garment that you are steaming, it helps to sort of pull out the wrinkles. Keep the wand vertical with the steam vents facing out horizontally and upward. Make sure the hose stays vertical so that condensed water inside doesn't slide out onto your garment. Working from the outside contributes to spitting because you have the tendency to hold the vents downward. However, with skinny pant legs and sleeves, you have to go at it from the outside, just remember to keep the steamer vents facing upward. Also, it is important is to give your freshly steamed garment time to "dry". It needs time for the water to evaporate. If you are in a hurry you can use a hairdryer to help speed things along. Spitting steamers are a bummer, if you have one that does this, try covering the end of the steamer wand with a nylon stocking or a lightweight sock, this helps by catching the water. Spitting usually happens with old steamers and shouldn't happen when it's new. If needed, you can dry any water spots with that hair dryer mentioned above. Also, do not buy the larger capacity steamer, bigger is not better, it takes too long to heat up and you can always refill the water bottle. A full "tank" usually lasts about 45 minutes and you probably won't be steaming for that long anyway. Lastly, be careful, that bugger gets hot. NEVER steam something that you, or anyone else is wearing. It is way too easy to burn yourself. Have fun!Reviewer: Parker Chase | Posted on 11/16/2011Poor Looks; Outstanding Craftsmanship ValueI'll make it simple: If you are looking for a home-edition garment steamer, your top 2 choices in the marketplace will likely be the Jiffy 2000 and the Rowenta 8100.
I tested both for 10 hours; on a 1 to 10 scale: Jiffy (Looks = 6; Engineering = 10; Handling = 9; Craftsmanship = 10). It looks like a mop bucket on wheels but it performs like a jet engine; every part of this machine from the plate at the bottom of the unit to the steam handle is built for rugged usage. Rowenta (Looks = 10; Engineering = 5; Handling = 7; Crafsmanship = 4). It looks like a UFO but performs like a Pinto with much less steaming power; it is built as a toddler's toy having most parts made with inexpensive plastic including the watertank base and valve: pull the machine a single foot OR tilt it a mere 1 inch and you will experience a slow-building cascade. Buy the Rowenta 8100 as a decorative piece to make your closet look good. Buy the Jiffy 2000 as a garment steamer to make your clothes look good.Reviewer: Helton | Posted on 2/5/2008I can't believe I waited this long!
ValueFirst of all, I have to say that I was skeptical about using a steamer to get wrinkles out of my clothes. I once purchased an inexpensive travel steamer and found that it was completely worthless. It produced steam, but it did nothing to remove wrinkles. I was convinced that the only thing I could do to make my clothes wrinkle-free was to iron or use the dry cleaners. After doing some research on different models of steamers and reading remarks online, I have to say that I still wasn't completely convinced that steaming would work. But I was desperate. My dry cleaning bill is easily $80 every month, and I needed to find another option. I finally came across the Jiffy Steamer brand. The online reviews were positive. I figured that since they have been in business since 1940 as "the world's oldest and largest manufacturer of steaming equipment", they must be doing something right. I decided to bite the bullet and buy one. When I received it, I opened the box and was able to assemble it with the enclosed wrench without any problems. I noticed right away the "industrial" look of the unit. The base is very sturdy and impressive. The hose at first seemed stiff and unyielding, however once I turned the unit on and steam flowed through it, it was flexible and easy to work with. The test: I pulled together my pile of wrinkled clothes that I was ready to take to the cleaners. I filled the reservoir tank with regular tap water, plugged the unit in, and flipped the switch. Literally, within a minute or so, I had steam coming from the head. I hung my wrinkled silk shirt on a hanger, which I then put on the hook. I put the steam head to my shirt and to my surprise.... it worked!! The wrinkles just disappeared. I then proceeded to steam the rest of my clothes. Again, I had the same great results. I am very happy with my steamer. It is expensive, but with my dry cleaning bill being $80 a month, it paid for itself in a little over 2 months. I can't say it eliminates dry-cleaning altogether, because it doesn't clean your clothes. But, if like me, you use the dry cleaner because your clothes become a wrinkled mess after wearing them and you need to look "polished" at work, this may be just what your looking for.Another suggestion to consider: Jiffy Steamer also sells accessories, and one thing that caught my eye was a Steamboard. It is a flat board that has a hanger attached to it at the top. You can hang the board on a wall or a door, so that you can have a flat surface to press the steam head up against when steaming your clothes. Useful if you want to press seams on pants or long sleeved shirts. It's pricey, so I asked my husband if he could make me one instead!Reviewer: TKH | Posted on 1/14/2005Worthwhile Purchase ValueAfter figuring out that I must be spending in excess of $1000 yearly to have my husband's oxford shirts cleaned and pressed, I decided to cut my losses and purchase a Jiffy steamer. I am happy with the purchase, so much so that I routinely steam garments that I would not have ironed in the past (t-shirts especially come out looking store-bought new), and it takes very little time. I have used the steamer on prom dresses with great success. I am able to press a knife-edged crease in dress pants of all types of material. I think the best thing about this appliance is that I feel I am damaging our clothing LESS than if I were using an iron. Don't throw away your iron, however! I must still use it to finish off the collars and shoulders of my husband's work shirts.Reviewer: MidwestMother | Posted on 10/24/2004This Thing's Great ValueSpeed through ironing and remove all wrinkles in record time. A waste of money? You don't need an ironing board or an iron and you'll save a lot of time and will not damage your clothes. I bought this because ironing is tough to do unless you have a lot of patience and experience. No more shiny pants from too hot ironing. In fact it's fun to use. Now my confession. I took a $2000 pair of drapes, and put them in the washer (cold cycle) and then the drier (for linens). Duh! I did it because they were yellow from smoke and if I was going to spend hundreds, I would spend another $2000 if the experiment didn't work. Hadn't had them cleaned in five years. The drapes were clean as a whistle, but wrinkled like a prune. The Jiffy Steamer dewringled them in 20 minutes flat after they were rehung. The unit arrived with a broken caster. One phone call to customer service and a new one arrived in three days, and they didn't ask for the serial or model number. Wait! There's more. I have a DeLonghi Steam Cleaner (I give it four stars), but I decided to use the garment steamer to remove grease from my George Foreman grill. That's because the garment cleaner head is hotter than hell on contact. It cleaned the grill fast! Encouraged, I used it to steam grease out of the oven. Worked fast! Then I used it to remove grease and old food from the rubber matts that line the sinks. Within a few seconds it actually boiled the residual water that lay in the sink! I took a tea bag and made tea with the boiled! OK. Now I'm lying.Reviewer: ce_4 | Posted on 1/3/2004
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