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Haan Sanitizing Garment Steamer

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wootalyzer


quality posts: 1 Private Messages wootalyzer

Wootalyzer's Pricing Post! - The price of today's woot item is saved here for future reference
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Haan Sanitizing Garment Steamer
$49.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

*DISCLAIMER* Wootalyzer! is in no way affiliated with Woot!, and this post may not always be here!

chardrc


quality posts: 0 Private Messages chardrc

normally $175

rom


quality posts: 54 Private Messages rom

luvche21


quality posts: 6 Private Messages luvche21

That totally looks like the slim and trim version of a dalek. EXTERMINATE!

travisk02


quality posts: 4 Private Messages travisk02

I just got this in my Bunnies Ogling Carrots earlier this week... haven't used it yet but Amazon price is $170 with mixed reviews. Price alone looks like a great deal.


"Expect to get shot down often and hard." -- teh Great TT

jjilk


quality posts: 8 Private Messages jjilk

Haan.... not hand!

weister42


quality posts: 5 Private Messages weister42

It looks like some kind of portable shower system to use on the go in 2035.

Happy Wooter

pinchecat


quality posts: 20 Private Messages pinchecat

please do not misread this brand name and attempt to use this extremely hot device as a *hand* sanitizer.

jmp8910


quality posts: 10 Private Messages jmp8910

http://www.haanusa.com/professional-gs30-garment-steamer.html

Here is the actual product on the manufacturers site. Definitely a good price on woot! I might get one as a gift for my mother in law!

chubechpmnk


quality posts: 4 Private Messages chubechpmnk

When it says not to steam garments while wearing them, that is NO JOKE! Talk about your hot tamales! Ouch.

jpbay


quality posts: 5 Private Messages jpbay

I reactivated my WOOT account just to say: "speechless."

x86Daddy


quality posts: 3 Private Messages x86Daddy

Would this be good for an RV-dwelling couple to alternate and space out laundry trips?

CowboyDann


quality posts: 715 Private Messages CowboyDann

That's one hell of a pogo stick! It will be great for my Noid Costume

dreamyvelvet


quality posts: 10 Private Messages dreamyvelvet

What kind of water does the machine require for optimal use? Per the manufacturer:

"While it is acceptable to use
regular tap water, if the tap
water in your area is hard,
we recommend you use
distilled/purified water to
extend the life of your
appliance."

luvche21


quality posts: 6 Private Messages luvche21
CowboyDann wrote:That's one hell of a pogo stick! It will be great for my Noid Costume



That was such an awesome game! mmmm pizza

rolede


quality posts: 1 Private Messages rolede

I bet this would be good to de-flea dog crates and bedding.

kokon


quality posts: 2 Private Messages kokon
luvche21 wrote:That totally looks like the slim and trim version of a dalek. EXTERMINATE!



MUST STERILIZE!

paulpnevada


quality posts: 26 Private Messages paulpnevada

Just don't be confused about what you're getting; this is a Haan Sanitizing apparatus, NOT a hand sanitizing apparatus.

dylanrulezz


quality posts: 1 Private Messages dylanrulezz

In for 1. My Woot shirts deserve the finest of care.

krumble


quality posts: 2 Private Messages krumble

The reviews on Amazon re: the customer service for Haan are horrible!

I was going to push the giant button (I need a steamer) but they changed my mind.

The 5-star reviews seem suspect, too. It is the only review for one of them.

mangamonster


quality posts: 7 Private Messages mangamonster
krumble wrote:The reviews on Amazon re: the customer service for Haan are horrible!

I was going to push the giant button (I need a steamer) but they changed my mind.

The 5-star reviews seem suspect, too. It is the only review for one of them.



kHaan!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cjc9nV9p5M4

Gamrz Podcast Show

lastaccount


quality posts: 0 Private Messages lastaccount

This Looks Like a Portable, Wireless, Satellite-Enabled, woot-off Amber Light Strobe!

paulpnevada


quality posts: 26 Private Messages paulpnevada

Here's the owners manual if there's any confusion.

www.haanusa.com/mm5/graphics/00000001/gs30_manual.pdf

rolede


quality posts: 1 Private Messages rolede

Was interested until I read the bad reviews

philpotpie


quality posts: 0 Private Messages philpotpie

If my clothes get infected by bedbugs in a hotel will this provide the steam necessary to keep my clothes instead of throw them out?

mmr2007


quality posts: 2 Private Messages mmr2007
rolede wrote:Was interested until I read the bad reviews



Ditto. For $60 you can buy a steamer with much better reviews.

If anyone buys it, consider using Amex for double the warranty period.

dusterbuster


quality posts: 1 Private Messages dusterbuster

I decided to take a chance on the steamer/sanitizer, given the substantial discount. So often my wrinkle-free shirts and pants are left in the dryer and become super wrinkly. If this helps with this problem, it will be well worth the purchase.

phoenix12


quality posts: 7 Private Messages phoenix12

BB&B has a glowing review

http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?SKU=16671185

theguruguys


quality posts: 276 Private Messages theguruguys

For those of you who are thinking about trying a garment steamer for the first time:

I can't speak for this brand, but I purchased my first Garment Steamer from Woot! awhile back and have not touched my Iron since. It's so much easier for me to throw a shirt on a hanger, turn on the steamer, brush my teeth or finish other parts of my morninig routine' while the steamer ramps up (only takes about a minute or two) then quickly take any wrinkles out of the shirt. Since I wash my clothes in very small loads and am often too lazy to take then out of the clothes basket and fold them (one of the the luxuries of being single I guess) the steamer works out perfectly. I was on the fence for a long time on deciding to buy a garment steamer vs. the iron I have always used, now I will never go back to ironing.

worldwidewebfeet


quality posts: 33 Private Messages worldwidewebfeet

You can use this to sanitize your Dreamie bag from yesterday, after staying in a fleabag motel to save a couple of bucks that you spent on Woot!!!

darenka


quality posts: 2 Private Messages darenka

Always looking for a miracle and I LOVE steamers for cleaning floor so I've used several of these over the years. Different brands and bars of steaming pressure, but similar results so I can say with some authority, it depends on what you own, want it for. For permanent press (no-iron stuff) it works. It's faster than an iron, you won't get 'pressed' look, but it's sufficient that no one thinks of you as unkempt.

If you have mostly cotton, linen, things that need some heavy pressing, deep wrinkles (anything BUT the no-iron stuff or polyester) forget it. It's a waste of time, effort, and money. Give up the dream no brand will work well. You need to invest in a new wardrobe and change your taste in clothing. That's why you see such a difference in reviews--it depends on what the reviewer is trying to steam and how set those wrinkles are. Put your clothes back in the dryer with a damp towel, if that removes most of the wrinkles a steamer will work. If not... give this woot a miss.

popeye1278


quality posts: 0 Private Messages popeye1278

Would encourage people considering this purchase to actually find the "Jiffy Steamer J-2000" on Amazon and check out it's reviews just for kicks.

Compare with Jiffy!

Price and wattage on the Haan product is certainly tempting

hopebaron1


quality posts: 0 Private Messages hopebaron1
krumble wrote:The reviews on Amazon re: the customer service for Haan are horrible!

I was going to push the giant button (I need a steamer) but they changed my mind.

The 5-star reviews seem suspect, too. It is the only review for one of them.



check out the sunbeam steamer s1400:-)

tabaddon


quality posts: 9 Private Messages tabaddon
luvche21 wrote:That totally looks like the slim and trim version of a dalek. EXTERMINATE!


No one has said "exSTEAMinate" yet? For shame...

Be quicker of mind than of tongue.
Opinions are not advice, nor directives.
The world is not limited by your limited experience.
I'm not better than anyone else, and neither are you.

kittenator


quality posts: 0 Private Messages kittenator
luvche21 wrote:That totally looks like the slim and trim version of a dalek. EXTERMINATE!



Oh My Fruitful Garden YES! Hopefully my husband doesn't notice, he may not be able to resist! :D

mmoconnor


quality posts: 3 Private Messages mmoconnor

Can I use this on my dogs and cats? What about on my turtle? Or my guppies? Or my canary?

Also, can I use it on my house plants?

Would this be effective on toenail fungus? How about for earwax removal?

LoomTheElf


quality posts: 1 Private Messages LoomTheElf

I've been reading reviews of steamers for months and have found at least two of the following problems with every one (many brands of handheld and canister steamers):

1. Not enough steam to make a difference
2. Falls apart within a month
3. Spews boiling water
4. Leaks boiling water
5. Lousy customer service

There are many reported burns and even one fire.

I think my Roman Shades are destined to stay wrinkled forever, unless my steam iron will help while holding it upright. sigh.

Wouldn't you think at least one manufacturer could put together a product that works and doesn't harm the user?

acrux


quality posts: 1 Private Messages acrux

I've had one of these (hann) for about 2-3 years now, it only takes 15-20 seconds to start to steam, and I have had zero issues with it. Would buy another if I could find a reason to do so....

snosbig


quality posts: 8 Private Messages snosbig

I looks like Rosie from the Jetsons>>>NAKED! Ahhhhh! Cover her up for goodness sakes