Best Iron for military uniforms?
Are you looking for the best iron to steam your army clothes?
Then this article will help you a lot. In this article, I’ve talked about the best military steam irons available in the market.
Choose the model that’ll fit your needs. Let’s get started…
Best Iron for Military Uniforms
Here’s the list of best iron for military uniforms:
- Tefal GV9071 Pro High-Pressure Steam Generator
- Philips GC9630/20 Elite Steam Generator Iron
- Tefal FV9830 Ultimate Pure Steam Iron
- Rowenta DW9280– Best iron for military uniforms
- Rowenta DG8520– Professional iron for army uniforms
- CHI 13101 with Ceramic Soleplate
- Panasonic NI-W810CS -360 quick ironing
Rowenta DW9280– Best iron for military uniforms
This German brand has established itself in the ironing market. A reputed, well-known brand with superior customer support is what you can rely on.
This model has 1800 watts of power, enough for quick heating. It has a water tank capacity of 10.8 Oz, enough for a single person. You can steam iron 5-10 clothes without refilling.
It has stainless steel soleplate with 400 steam holes which provide smooth ironing with even heat distribution.
For security, it comes with 3-way auto shut-off features which prevent any accidents like clothes burning or fire. All in one, it’s the best steam iron for military uniforms.
But for an ultimate version, you can check out the below steam iron.
Rowenta DG8520– professional iron for army uniforms
While Rowenta DW9280 solves most of the ironing needs, if you do bulk ironing for army clothes, the water tank isn’t sufficient.
To solve this problem, another Rowenta product is on the rise. Rowenta DG8520 comes with a 47 Oz water tank capacity and 1800-watt power.
These two models come with a similar feature list including- auto shutoff, anti-calcium, anti-drip, self-cleaning, and stainless steel soleplate with 400 micro holes.
The notable thing though the steam output is different. This model has a steam output of 120 gm per min while Rowenta DW9280 has a 210 gm per min steam output.
CHI 13101 with Ceramic Soleplate
CHI is another popular budget brand that you can rely on. This brand particularly comes with affordable ironing solutions within less budget.
As military uniforms are durable this CHI iron can solve your ironing problem much easier. It comes with Titanium Infused Ceramic Soleplate which provides smooth gliding over the fabrics.
This model is powered by 1700 watts, which seems slightly low to me. It comes with more than 300 micro steam holes and a ceramic soleplate to distribute the steam evenly all over the fabric.
It comes with Advanced Electronic Temperature Controls. This temperature control selector lets you choose your fabric type and sets the temperature accordingly, eliminating the guesswork.
A unique, adjustable steam lever goes from no steam to full power with just a quick slide. Even the electronic controls indicate when the iron is ready.
Panasonic NI-W810CS -360 quick ironing
Another well-known name in this ironing industry is Panasonic. Like the CHI brand, they also manufacture affordable steam irons within your budget.
Though the specification is on the lesser side the build quality is top-notch.
This NI-W810CS model has 1500-watt power with 360 quick ironing. The streamlined, ergonomic profile and elliptical soleplate glide in any direction to smooth out wrinkles, reach between buttons, and make short work of collars, cuffs and sleeves, as well as tablecloths and curtains.
The weight of this iron is approx 3 pounds. Automatically turns itself off between 60sec to and 10 minutes depending on the position of the soleplate.
You can use it as a dry iron. Set the dial to HIGH for heavier and everyday fabrics, LOW for more delicate fabrics and quick, easy touch-ups or choose DRY for easy ironing when no steam is needed.
Now, we have a list of the best irons for army uniforms so choose an iron that fits your requirement and follow the below guide to iron your military clothes without any hassle. How do iron military creases in shirts?
How to Iron Army Uniform?
The below video from the Royal Marines YouTube channel will guide to through the best ways to iron a military uniform. Hop along:
If you’re from the UK, the Tefal GV9071 model and Philips GC9630/20 model is our recommendation. Both of them are steam generator irons with high steam power so that they can remove wrinkles in no time.
They both have more water tank capacity, anti-calcium, and auto-shutoff features which come in handy for an Army man.