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12 Best-Rated Travel Steamers

If you’re in the market for the best-rated travel steamer that will make you look smarter and professional in all your holiday photographs, this is a post that you must consider.

The reason I say this is that travel steamer is portable and light to pack in your luggage without losing space. Plus, the best-rated travel steamers don’t cost an arm and leg. When I reviewed the best clothes travel irons for family travels, several of you suggested that you preferred a travel steamer. This post will review the best-rated travel steamers and conclude with the difference between a travel iron and a travel steamer.

How to choose the best-rated travel steamer – what to consider

Best Rated Travel Steamers


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A travel steamer is designed to be portable and easy to use, but not all travel steamers are created equal. While some travel steamers are easy to use, some travel steamers take time. You can spend a long time waiting for it to heat and if you are travelling with your family, that’s not what you want.

The top things to consider when planning to buy the best-rated travel iron are:

  • the ease of use
  • the sole-plate
  • the power
  • the value for money

The ease of use

A travel Iron should be easy to use, light and mobile.

The Power

The power required for travel steamers to do a brilliant job.

Value for money

A travel steamer should provide value for money.

12 Best-Rated Travel Steamers for clothes

  1. Tefal Access Steam Minute DT7000 Handheld Garment Steamer
  2. Tefal DT9100 Access Steam care Garment Steamer
  3. Fridja Handheld Clothes Steamer
  4. Philips Steam & Go Plus Hand-Held Garment Steamer
  5. Youngdo Clothes Steamers
  6. Beldray Handheld Clothing Steamer
  7. Morphy Richards Express 36 1000 Handheld Steamer
  8. Beldray Handi Steam Max
  9. Russell Hobbs 25600 Steam iron
  10. Philips Style Touch Pure Handheld Garment Steamer
  11. Aicok Garment Steamer
  12. Steamery Cirrus HandSteamer

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12 Best-Rated Travel Steamers Final thoughts

The best-rated travel steamer is out there for travellers of every budget. The fundamental things to consider is the power, the soleplate and the easy of use.

I hope my post helps you find the best-rated travel steamer.

Let me know in the comments about your experience of travel steamers and travel irons. Which one do you prefer?

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Bolupe was once an architect. She now designs holidays from her Cambridge based travel agency. She is on a mission to help you turn your travel dreams into a reality. She is a luxury travel expert, helping you see luxury travel in the 'New Light'. Bolupe believes luxury travel is about the adventures, experiences and perspectives that are gained. She has the secrets to affordable luxury travel and that's the type of holidays she designs.

28 thoughts on “12 Best-Rated Travel Steamers”

  1. My husband travels for work several times a year (when there’s not a pandemic) so I’ll have to get him one of these travel steamers.

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    • I agree with you, it’s not a great sight when clothes are all wrinkled especially on holidays. I hope you have a look at these when you are ready to get one.

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  2. I’ve never thought of purchasing a travel steamer. I usually use the iron in the room if I need it, but I can see where a steamer would be much easier to use.

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    • When there is an available iron, it is better to use one but most hotels in Europe are notorious for not having irons in the rooms. Sometimes, they have a dedicated ironing room.

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  3. For a wife like me who has husband I travelled with for leisure and for work related. Having a clothes steamer is always a must.

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  4. I like the way you have clearly explained the different types of travel steamers and how they function. in comparison with a travel iron, I prefer a steamer. I will check it out. Thanks for sharing these with us!

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    • Thank you, Catalina. Travel steamers have their advantages over a travel iron. I tend to lean towards a travel iron when travelling to long haul destinations but will happily go with a travel steamer for short-haul destinations mainly because they are lighter to pack.

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  5. Finding one that fits in your bag nicely and works well is a challenge. They are so worth the effort though because people look disheveled if they have wrinkled up clothes.

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