Found in fine hotels throughout Europe, this walnut-veneer pants presser--hand-assembled in Windsor, England by John Corby, Ltd.
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Found in fine hotels throughout Europe, this walnut-veneer pants presser--hand-assembled in Windsor, England by John Corby, Ltd., inventor of the original pants presser--conveniently refreshes pants for a crisp look. Its pressing area (about 40" sq. larger than most) is ideal for pressing a pair of average-length men's pants. The 250-watt heating pad has an electronic microchip timer, so it reaches peak pressing temperature in 10 minutes without scorching. A unique mechanism gently pulls trousers, slacks, and skirts taut, eliminating the need to straighten fabric for proper pressing. The thermostat-controlled unit has a timer with 15-, 30-, and 45-minute settings for light to heavier fabrics, and it requires no cool-down for immediate reset. LED display indicates time elapsed. With contoured coat hanger, cuff link dish, accessory tray, and retractable tie bar. May be wall-mounted. 37" H x 17 1/2" W x 6" D. (28 lbs.)