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SteamFast SF-407 1500-Watt Fabric Steamer EXPIRED

himarty 2,182 December 18, 2012 at 10:22 AM in Home & Home Improvement
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Promoted 12-18-2012 at 04:14 PM View Original Post
Amazon has SteamFast SF-407 1500-Watt Fabric Steamer for $40 with free shipping. Thanks himarty

Price Research: Our research indicates that SteamFast SF-407 1500-Watt Fabric Steamer is $12.50 lower (24% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $52.50 to $65. - yuugotserved

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Edited December 18, 2012 at 10:34 AM by himarty
According to a history tracking site this is the lowest price from Amazon as a seller in at least a year.

Add tax for items shipped to California, Kansas, Kentucky, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington.
  • 1500-watt fabric steamer smoothes away wrinkles and removes odors
  • Heats up in 45 seconds; 1-1/4-quart water tank produces up to 45 minutes of steam
  • Smooth-rolling casters; telescopic garment-hanging pole collapses for compact storage
  • Drain plug; 6-foot grounded power cord; press pad and fabric brush included
  • Measures 12-3/5 by 8 by 12 inches; 1-year limited warranty
Price: $39.99 & this item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping
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Thanks for posting! Please include the price of $39.99 for this item in the thread title and in the first post.

This product has a 4 out of 5 star rating based on 462 customer reviews. $39.99 is the lowest price that Amazon has ever sold this product, excluding possible Lightning Deals. The average price for this item is $56.94.

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You may want to add the price to the title.
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Done. Multitasking so missed it.

Thanks guys.
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Nice. Been looking into getting a better iron and this seems easier....
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Been looking for one, thanks.
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repped in for 1 as xmas gift thanks..
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Great price. Too bad I already purchased the US made Jiffy J-2000 steamer from costco for $129
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It works pretty well but mine broke after a little more than a year
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I got the SF-510 for $30 about 18 months ago. It's a pretty sweet machine... makes steam FAST. Doesn't replace an iron though; for hard wrinkles or normal fabric, you still need an iron. Really helpful on lightweight fabrics like casual summer shirts, dresses/skirts, etc that are a PITA to iron.
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Quote from Camarokidd95 View Post :
...Doesn't replace an iron though...helpful on lightweight fabrics like casual summer shirts, dresses/skirts, etc that are a PITA to iron.
What's an iron?
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I just bought the SF-510 for 49.99 2 days ago on amazon. Do you think i have a chance at them lowering the price of the SF510 to 39.99?
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It works pretty well but mine broke after a little more than a year
Ditto. I have basically the same model, and it gave out after about a year, I opened it up, and the thing was wet and completely corroded all over the inside. I dried it out, cleaned it up, no go. The the next day it started working again.

Word to the wise: don't leave water sitting in this thing. Dry it after each use (ours has a side release to get the remaining water out form the base).

Use wise, it's pretty good. My wife uses it on her biz clothes, and it's fairly effective.
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What's an iron?
That thing above your neck. It's either brainless or just maybe you've been living under the rock for too long.
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