Folding, rolling or vacuum packing — there are plenty of methods for packing so you can get the maximum amount of items in your bag, but no matter how you choose to do it, you are always faced with wrinkly clothes when you are ready to wear them.
The XSteam Travel Steamer takes the worry out of having to look presentable wherever you are. This portable steaming device looks like an iron and comes in a variety of colors. Simply add the correct amount of water and the necessary amount of salt (different amounts of salt are needed depending on the voltage you are running off of) and plug it in. Set the steamer down in a vertical position and within 30 seconds you will be able to start steaming. The steamer comes equipped with a measuring cup for water, a spoon for the salt and a container to carry your salt so you don’t have to worry about tracking it down on the go. When you’re done, simply empty the water and rinse out the device.
The steamer quickly takes the wrinkles out of a variety of fabrics, including cotton, linen and silk, without damaging the material. While it works effortlessly on all fabrics, it comes with a brush tool for more stubborn wrinkles.
If you are traveling abroad you will need an outlet adaptor, but not a transformer as it is designed to work with both 110V or 220V. Weighing less than a pound, this lightweight steamer can fit inside of any bag for easy carrying.
The XSteamer can be purchased here and retails for $200.
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