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The Maven 140IS is the ultimate iron solution. Equipped with a 1.5L tank, the Maven 140IS delivers 5X longer steaming experience than a traditional iron. The 140IS’s technology breakthrough is the micro-pump technology that allows for super fast heat up time in less than a minute. Equipped with 6 bar pump pressure, easy to use digital touch screen temperature controls, replaceable anti-scale filter and ergonomic design, the Maven 140IS is the perfect steam iron solution.

5x Longer Steaming
The perfect blend of technology and design. The Maven 140IS introduces simple touchscreen controls for precision temperature and steam control. The large capacity 1.5L tank delivers up to 5X more steaming than traditional iron. With key features such as a pro detail tip, 6 bar pump pressure, built-in water filter, and cleaning cycle this is the Iron Station you have been waiting for.

Ready in Seconds
Ready in seconds and with a 30 second reheat time between fills, the Maven is the ultimate home ironing station!

5x More Ironing
The removable tank holds an impressive 1.5L of water, allowing for 5X more steaming than a traditional iron. It can also be re-filled mid-ironing, eliminating the need to stop to refill.

Touch Screen Controls
With 4 easy ways to navigate steam and temperature settings, the Maven is simple to control and navigate.

Ceramic Soleplate
This easy glide soleplate feature provides even heat distribution and maximum steam penetration for a smooth ironing experience.

Self Cleaning System
The Maven 140IS has a built-in self cleaning rinse setting that helps flush out hard water, prolonging the life of the iron station and anti-scale cartridge.

Built-In Anti-Scale Cartridge
The Maven 140IS anti-scale cartridge helps filter hard water and can be replaced as needed.

Iron Lock
If you need to move the Maven from place to place, you can do so with ease. This feature locks the iron to its base, keeping you safe.

  • 66 Inch Steam Hose
  • Rinse Setting
  • 6 Bar Pump Pressure
  • 1.5L Easy Fill Removable Water Tank
  • Electronic Auto Steam Control
  • Iron Lock for Easy Carry
  • Touch screen control settings
  • 10 Minute Auto Shut Off

  • US Warranty 1 year limited warranty on defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Extended US Warranty: Extended Warranty Available
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
WATER CAPACITY: 6.3 cups / 1.5L
ANTI-SCALE CARTRIDGE: Removeable design
CORD LENGTH: 5.5 inch / 1.7m
NEW WEIGHT: 6.4 lb / 2.9 kg
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS: 13.2” x 8” x 11” / 33.5 x 20 x 28 cm
SHIPPING DIMENSIONS: 15” x 9.25” x 12” / 38.5 x 23.5 x 30 cm
WARRANTY: 1 Year Limited
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icon Reliable 140IS Maven Home Steam Iron Station

icon 1 L Water Tank

icon Iron Lock for Easy Carrying

icon Touch Control Panel

icon Descaling Cartridge

icon Auto Shut Off

One thing I would double check is that the customer properly soaked their Maven filter before using it as described in the instruction manual. If not, the pump will have a harder time pulling water through the filter which can reduce the amount of steam released. That being said, our Velocity irons (current models being the 160IR, 240IR, and 270IR) have our compact vapor generator technology which does make them better at steaming than the Mavens which use pump technology. Long story short the compact vapor generator acts as a mini-boiler which generates and holds steam ahead of time, so when you touch the sensor handle it simply pushes it through the soleplate. The Mavens act more like a traditional iron where when you pull the trigger, it sprays water on the hot soleplate which causes the water to turn into steam. This could explain the difference your customer is experiencing if she is used to using a Velocity iron. Generally the only reason a customer should get a Maven over a Velocity is if they need the larger water capacity, otherwise I will recommend the Velocity every time, particularly the 240IR and 270IR which both have the sensor steam handle instead of a trigger.