This is the trouser press made in England by John Corby Ltd, inventor of the original pants presser and supplier of fine hotels
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This is the trouser press made in England by John Corby, Ltd., inventor of the original pants presser and supplier of fine hotels. The 250-watt heating pad quickly removes wrinkles and sharpens creases in both pant legs at once. Unlike repeated ironing, the trouser press will not impart a surface sheen on garments and the built-in thermostatic control prevents scorched fabrics. The stretcher bar system pulls trousers taut to eliminate the need to straighten fabric before pressing and it removes stubborn back-of-the knee wrinkles that are left behind by traditional irons. The timer has 15-, 30-, or 45-minute settings for light to heavy fabrics and the LED display indicates time elapsed. More than a press, the unit has an integrated contoured suit coat hanger, a tray that holds cuff links or a money clip, and a retractable tie bar. 44" L x 15 1/2" W x 13" D. (20 lbs.)