T-fal FV4017 Ultraglide Non-Stick and Scratch Resistant Durilium Ceramic Soleplate Steam Iron with Anti-Drip and Auto-off System, 1700W, Blue

July 1, 2018 - Comment

The exceptionally powerful Ultraglide FV4017 steam iron from industry-leader T-fal gets ironing quickly moved off your to-do list. With 1700 watts of steam power, the Ultraglide iron uses up to 50% more steam, making it easy to efficiently remove wrinkles from all types of fabric, including cotton, linen, silk, and wool—great for anything from blouses

The exceptionally powerful Ultraglide FV4017 steam iron from industry-leader T-fal gets ironing quickly moved off your to-do list. With 1700 watts of steam power, the Ultraglide iron uses up to 50% more steam, making it easy to efficiently remove wrinkles from all types of fabric, including cotton, linen, silk, and wool—great for anything from blouses and blazers to work shirts, trousers, and table linen. The innovative iron’s enameled Durilium ceramic soleplate consists of an aluminum layer for evenly distributed heat and steam, an enamel layer for an ultra-superior smooth glide, and a precision-point tip for hard-to-reach areas. Even more, the ergonomic Ultraglide steam iron features an integrated steam trigger located on the underside of the handle, which requires nothing more than a press of the finger to release a powerful burst of steam (80-gram/min). Other highlights include vertical steam for hanging garments or drapes, an anti-drip system to prevent leaks or spitting at lower temperatures, an extra-large water inlet for convenient filling, and a self-cleaning system, as well as automatic shut-off for safety and peace of mind.

Product Features

  • Powerful 1700-watt steam iron with easy-gliding ceramic soleplate produces up to 50% more steam
  • Enameled Durilium ceramic soleplate ensures even heat and steam distribution and an ultra-superior glide
  • Ergonomic steam trigger on underside of handle releases powerful burst of steam (80-gram/min)
  • Precision-point tip for hard-to-reach areas; vertical steam for hanging garments; anti-drip system
  • Extra-large water inlet for easy filling; self-cleaning system; auto shut-off for safety and peace of mind

Comments

Javman says:

Super light and glide well but leaking After about 2.5 years using this T-fal iron I decided to write my experience using this iron, here it is. It’s super light compared to my other irons and glides very well. The temperature control works well. Love the cable “hinges”, the length, its placement, and the cable clip that make it easy to iron and wind the cable when it’s done. Easy to fill the water, and love the steamer and the sprayer buttons.The only thing that doesn’t work well is that the water leaks out from…

T. Reid says:

I like it. One of the best irons I’ve ever had. It has many flaws though. It does leak so don’t over fill. You must clean the self cleaning/valve. You will regret it if you don’t. I say that you should clean it every month if you use it every day. Mine only lasted 3 years so I am buying another. This iron makes ironing super easy and it glides over the clothing. The steamer is fantastic. That brown burn that you get on the iron means that you are not using the correct fabric settings. Most…

busyBio says:

2-3 year life cycle. Do not buy this iron unless you want to replace it every 3 years. I have purchased this model twice. Both times the iron lasted 2-3 years. The cord burns out before the iron wears out. I gave the first broken iron to my mom. She replaced the cord and it’s working just fine. Now my newest iron cord just stopped working and I’m replacing the entire iron again. I’ll try a different brand this time. Other than not lasting, this particular iron was ok. Steam function barely worked and there was a…

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