The Stratus No.2 professional steamer is designed for professional users, steaming on a daily basis; fashion stores, stylists, hotels, fashion shows etc. Using a Stratus makes your job easier, more joyful and more effective.
Steaming is simple, time-saving and a gentler alternative to ironing. Steaming is also more environmentally friendly, since you don’t have to wash the clothes that only need to be refreshed. If you steam your clothes instead of washing them, they will last much longer. What we often refer to as “worn-out clothes” are almost always washed-out clothes.
Steamed clothes get...
... wrinkle-free and soft.
... fresher – the steam reduces odors, bacteria and dust.
... deeper in color and fabric vibrance.
... a longer lifespan (compared to over washed and ironed garments).
How Does it Work?
The hot steam from a steamer lifts the textile fibers and make them swell and regain their natural shape. Steaming is similar to airing clothes; unpleasant smells disappear, and some bacteria die. You can steam all kinds of fabrics (except leather and suede), so you can actually steam garments that don’t allow ironing.
Powerful Solid Brass Boiler
Steam temperature 99°C
Heats up in 1 minute and keeps a high steam pressure
3,2l Water Tank
Steady flow of steam for 1,5 hour
Steamhead in Nylon Blend Plastic
Unbreakable even if it falls to the ground
Included fabric brush, heat protection glove and crease clamp
Ergonomic Lightweight Handle
For long-term easy steaming
Voltage and Frequency 220-240V/50Hz
Power: 1500W or 1850W
Weight and Dimensions
6kg (13 lb.) (Empty water tank)
Woven cord: 2,5m
A steamer standing on the floor – what are the perks?
The biggest advantage with an upright floor steamer is the rod where you can place the garments while steaming, and of course, accessibility – the steamer is ready to use immediately. Another plus is that the wheels make the Stratus No.2 movable.
When do I use the different steam modes?
It depends on the thickness of the fabric – use steam mode 1 for sheer fabrics and steam mode 2 for thicker fabrics.
What is the warranty time for Stratus No.2?
We offer a two-year guarantee for Stratus No 2.
What makes a boiler in solid brass so good?
Solid brass makes the steamer last much longer. The boiler will not overheat and the steamer can be used for 2 hours a day. All parts in the Stratus No.2 are made of the most durable materials we have been able to find.
What’s included when I purchase a Stratus No.2?
Stratus No.2 comes with a brush mouthpiece, a heat protection glove, a crease clamp and a manual.
How do I use the crease clamp?
Unscrew the regular mouthpiece from the hose and then replace it with the crease clamp.
Why we don’t like to talk about Bar and steam pressure?
In our world the definition of a good steamer does not come down to the bar pressure. What’s important is how steady the flow of steam is, and that the quality of the steam is hot and dry. Our hand steamers produce 15 steady grams of steam per minute – this is set to make the water last as long as possible on just one tank.
On a Stratus No.2 the the steam flow is set to 42g/min in mode 2 and 30g/min in mode 1.
How do I steam?
For information about how to use your steamer on different types of garments, check out our
tutorials These video clips will provide you with tips and tricks on how to get the best results using all our products.
Steaming your clothes is a fast and easy way of getting wrinkle-free and fresh clothes. You don’t need an ironing board and a steamer heats up in seconds. When you mastered a simple technique you will finish a shirt or a dress in a couple of minutes.