Why is the handle of the iron moving downwards when it is pressed?


The handle movement is part of the energy saving technology. As the sensor in the handle responds to your ironing strokes, it intuitively and automatically ensures that the iron produces an optimal amount of steam for effective wrinkle removal. It regulates the steam output automatically to reduce energy consumption, and delivers good ironing results at the same time.

When tackling really stubborn creases, you naturally exert more pressure on the iron and by doing this, more steam is released by the intuitive downward handle movement, almost without you realizing it.

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