Professional, 120V, 1000W, Water Bottle, Demineralizer, Iron Rest, Teflon Shoe, Recessed Thumb Switch for Steam that cannot get knocked loose like earlier models. Heat Shield for your hands keeps them cooler than with earlier models without any barrrier.

  • UL approved thermostat
  • High working efficiency
  • 900-1000 watts
  • Ergonomically designed rubber handle for slip-proof grip will keep hands cool and comfortable
  • Easy to iron sleeves and tubular items
  • Activate steam flow instantly with the touch of a button
  • Stainless Steel on Hard Anodized Aluminum Base for Superior Pressing Surface Durability
  • Thermo-shield keeps heat away from hands for safety and comfort
  • Hard anodized base for superior pressing surface durability
  • Demineralizer included to help filter water and prevent mineral clogging in water tank and hose
  • Magic Non-stick Shoe allows you to kiss your press cloths, wrong side pressing, low temp settings, and all the slow, tedious, time-consuming ways that prevent unwanted shine goodbye
  • Non-stick shoe is made by laminating a thick sheet of the smoothest, slipperiest material known to a layer of aluminum alloy
  • Magic Non-stick Iron Shoe provides a pressing surface so slick that your iron will never again scorch or stick to even the most delicate or difficult-to-press fabrics
  • Can use shoe with velvet, velour, polyester, cotton, linen, rayon, & silk
  • Can also be used with fusible interfacings and tapes
  • US Warranty 90 Days labor on defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Included Accessories
  • Resin
  • Teflon Shoe
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icon Silverstar EZ-90 Gravity Feed Steam Iron, Larger Hand Heat Shield

I would like to know if you have a iron that has more steam holes on the bottom sole plate.

Gravity Feed Irons only have steam holes at the front by design. Steaming should be done slightly above the fabric, just before pressing strokes with a then dry soleplate which also helps to remove moisture. Steam is only required to relax the fibers before pressing dry. If you steam at the same time while using pressing strokes, it will add too much moisture to the fabric and cool the iron soleplate down. Gravity feed irons do not have continuous steam boilers, so steaming should be done intermitantly between pressing strokes, not constantly. That way that the iron soleplate and steam chamber does not have a chance to cool down and spit out condensation. John Douthat
Marie L, Waterloo IA
I couldn't tell the difference of the ES 90 from the EZ 90 Silvers Star from the product presentation, I am still unsure, but went with the EZ 90 that I learned on line that is a bit more industrial. Phone care was excellent, and helpful. The computer seemed to charge two prices, and the woman fixed that, too. I am grateful and appreciate your care. The iron is SUPERB...thank you. I ended up ordering over the phone because of the price discrepancy when I tried to order on line. Anyway, it is always nice to hear a human voice!!!