Concept 360° Quick™ Steam/Dry Iron with Curved Silver Titanium Coated Soleplate
- Curved Non-Stick Coated Titanium Soleplate
- Multi-Directional Design with Added Steam Vents
- 3-Way Auto Shut-Off
- 360° Rotating Cord
- Anti-Calcium System
- Color (Iron / Water Tank) Silver w/ Clear Gray
- Soleplate Style Multi-Directional & Curved Bottom
- Soleplate Finish Titanium w/ Non-Stick Coating
- Water Tank Built-In
- Iron Handle
- Built-in Retractable Cord Reel N/A
- Temperature Control Fixed Dial w/ Rotating Indicator
- TEMPERATURE READY Indicator Light On / Off
- Heat Resistant Carrying Case N/A
- Easy Glide - Curved Soleplate Yes
- Time Saving - Multi-Directional Soleplate Yes
- Selectable Fabric / Temperature Dial 5 Fabric Settings
- Adjustable Steam Amount High / Medium / Low / Dry
- Extra Jet-of-Steam Yes
- Water Mist
- Water Tank Capacity (oz.) 6-3/4
- Vertical Steam Yes
- Automatic Water Seal
- Stay Clean Steam Vents Anti-Calcium System
- Quick Reference Fabric / Temp. Chart On Dial Setting
- Easy Storage / Carrying Case w/ Handle
In Flat Position (after 1 min.)
In Side Position (after 1 min.)
In Heel Rest Position (after 10 min.)
- Power Supply 120 Volts AC; 60Hz.
- Rated Power 12.5 Amps. - 1500 Watts
- Iron - Temperature Range 176º F - 392º F
- DIMENSIONS (H x W x D) (in.) 5-7/8 x 4-7/8 x 10-13/16
- WEIGHT(Lbs.) 3
Will my steam/dry iron stick to fabric when spray starch is used while ironing?
No. The steam/dry iron will not stick to the fabric when ironing with starch.  Selecting the correct temperature will prevent fabric from sticking to the iron.
Where can I order parts for my product?
You can order parts and accessories for your machine from our Parts & Accessories Department at 1-800-833-9626.
What is the recommended voltage for this steam/dry iron?
The recommended voltage for this steam/dry iron is 120V.
Water spotting occurs when I am using the "Jet of Steam" function on this steam/dry iron. How can I fix this issue?
The "Jet of Steam" function only operates properly when using the High temperature setting. Water spotting will occur in lower settings
because the steam/dry iron is not hot enough to change the water to steam. To prevent water from dripping out of the soleplate after jetting steam, allow approximately 5 seconds of interval time before re-pumping steam.
The steam/dry iron is emitting a white powdery substance while ironing, especially when using the Jet of Steam function. How can I fix this issue?
The powder or particles are impurities and minerals found in water. These particles can be brushed off  the clothing or fabric.
Sometimes my clothes become discolored or marked after they have been ironed. How can I fix this issue?
Set the temperature correctly according to the fabric being ironed. If there is cleaning residue on the fabric, the clothes may become brown after being ironed.
Is it necessary to use distilled water in my steam/dry iron?
Using regular water may cause build up of calcium or lime in the iron's steam vents. We suggest using distilled water to prevent this build up from occurring.
I can no longer power on this steam/dry iron. How can I fix this issue?
Check to make sure that the power cord is securely inserted into the wall outlet. If it is connected properly, try another power outlet.
How can I use the spray function on this steam/dry iron?
The spray feature is useful mainly when trying to remove stubborn wrinkles and where extra dampening is needed. This function may be used for steam or dry ironing. To use the spray function simply press the "Spray Mist" button whenever spray is desired. If spray does not come out immediately, keep pressing until it comes. To get a finer spray, press the button vigorously and to get a more powerful spray, press the button more slowly.
How can I register for the warranty of my product?
You may register your products online by clicking here. It is not necessary to submit this form in order to effectuate the limited warranty. As long as there is a copy of the receipt, your product warranty begins from the date of purchase.
Can I use this steam/dry iron to vertically steam my garment?
Yes. Hang the garment on a clothes hanger to get the best results when vertically steaming. Curtains and drapes may also be steamed once they are hung. Hold the iron close to the fabric then hold the fabric tightly with your free hand and pump the Vertical Steam button (Jet of Steam button) at 5 second intervals as you pass the iron over the wrinkled fabric.