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Woot has Factory RECONDITIONED Shark Professional Fabric Steamer, GS300 for $17.99. Shipping is free for Prime members.

In the Box:
  • (1) Shark Professional Fabric Steamer, GS300
  • (1) Bristle Brush Attachment
  • (1) User Manual

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Garbage. I've had 2 and both broke after not many uses. I bet they have a huge inventory of refurbs considering that they all break. Even when working, the steam intermittently cuts off. Also the hose is too short and kinks a lot. Eventually, steam stops all together. At first I thought it was due to scaling, but is seems this is a common issue with this model. Hard pass if you're smart. It will fail. Soon.
Invest in Rowenta and you'll never look back.
I have had several steamers, they all work as you have describe.. all junk, have you had any luck with a particular brand?

I bought my co worker one about 15 years ago from costco and it was great, but I forget the name.

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For this price. I may as well try it. Thanks OP!
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Garbage. I've had 2 and both broke after not many uses. I bet they have a huge inventory of refurbs considering that they all break. Even when working, the steam intermittently cuts off. Also the hose is too short and kinks a lot. Eventually, steam stops all together. At first I thought it was due to scaling, but is seems this is a common issue with this model. Hard pass if you're smart. It will fail. Soon.
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Garbage. I've had 2 and both broke after not many uses. I bet they have a huge inventory of refurbs considering that they all break. Even when working, the steam intermittently cuts off. Also the hose is too short and kinks a lot. Eventually, steam stops all together. At first I thought it was due to scaling, but is seems this is a common issue with this model. Hard pass if you're smart. It will fail. Soon.
I have had several steamers, they all work as you have describe.. all junk, have you had any luck with a particular brand?

I bought my co worker one about 15 years ago from costco and it was great, but I forget the name.
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I have had several steamers, they all work as you have describe.. all junk, have you had any luck with a particular brand?

I bought my co worker one about 15 years ago from costco and it was great, but I forget the name.
Invest in Rowenta and you'll never look back.
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Invest in Rowenta and you'll never look back.
Got a specific model or just the overall reliability of the brand?
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Invest in Rowenta and you'll never look back.
Agreed, I have a Rowenta I got from Macy's many years and use it regularly. Never had an issue. Stopped using an iron altogether.
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Got a specific model or just the overall reliability of the brand?
I personally own a Rowenta stream station that I've used for over 10 years. It just needs to be cleaned and descaled from time to time, but has definitely paid for itself over the years as I can stream and iron my work clothes, regardless of material, and look fresh everyday. The iron itself isn't effective without the steam. It doesn't get hot enough, but combine the weight of the iron with the strength of the steam and there's nothing it can't press to prefection. It can be used as a garment steamer can can steam nonstop in any position. The strength of the steam is incredible. People at work constantly ask me what my dry cleaning bills look like. Since I got mine, all my non-"dry clean only" dress shirts and pants get thrown into the washer and I just iron / steam all of them prior to wearing. Saved me a lot of money over the years.

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I personally own a Rowenta stream station that I've used for over 10 years. It just needs to be cleaned and descaled from time to time, but has definitely paid for itself over the years as I can stream and iron my work clothes, regardless of material, and look fresh everyday. The iron itself isn't effective without the steam. It doesn't get hot enough, but combine the weight of the iron with the strength of the steam and there's nothing it can't press to prefection. It can be used as a garment steamer can can steam nonstop in any position. The strength of the steam is incredible. People at work constantly ask me what my dry cleaning bills look like. Since I got mine, all my non-"dry clean only" dress shirts and pants get thrown into the washer and I just iron / steam all of them prior to wearing. Saved me a lot of money over the years.

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Nice iron centers there are four on the page you linked. Pro is $400 on Amazon. Which do you have? Any suggestion for those who hate ironing and just want a great, reliable steamer like at the laundromat? Anyone?
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Home IS6520 Line Master 360° Garment Steamer with Rotating Hanger https://mcys.co/2yx2PmG
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Nice iron centers there are four on the page you linked. Pro is $400 on Amazon. Which do you have? Any suggestion for those who hate ironing and just want a great, reliable steamer like at the laundromat? Anyone?
Mine isn't made anymore, but was most likely replaced by the DG8520.
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Be aware: This is the PROFESSIONAL model. It often takes several years to learn to use it properly, and it's expected you have access to a 220V outlet.
This is incorrect. It's a standard plug
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