Steam Bug Travel Steam Iron

Posted: Jun 18 2010, 12:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:51pm CDT, in News | Dads and Grads Gifts

 
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Does your dad travel a lot for business or pleasure? Than the Steam Bug Travel Steam Iron may be the gift you have been looking for.

It is the world's smallest steam iron. When you travel it seems your cloths are always being wrinkled. Now with the Steam Bug you can have the comfort of knowing you will look your best with freshly pressed cloths. It heats up in only 15 seconds then it can set creases and remove wrinkles fast and easy. Also features a dual-voltage design, so you do not have to worry about power adapters when you travel overseas. It has 3 temperature settings and one-touch steam control. It retails on Amazon for $35.00.

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