Kyoto Gripper All-Steam Iron W/O Hoses #VPR-500

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$59.50 - $99.50
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Our Most popular all-steam iron! Features all metal regulator valve.

The Kyoto VPR-500 is a durable, light-weight (2.6 pounds) all-steam iron at an exceptional value. Features a grooved handle, a max PSI of 145, double nickel coated base plate, stainless steel welding, tough steel steam regulator valve and wider holes to produce more steam. Available with or without hoses. Please note: This iron needs to be hooked up to a steam system. Manufacturers warranty applies. Use iron shoe TF1002 or TFP1002.


  • Durable and light-weight
  • Working weight of only 2.6 lbs.
  • Hooks directly to steam system
  • Stainless steel welding

Product Specifications

Brand: Kyoto
Units: Each
Material: Various
Size / Dimension: 2.6 lbs.
Additional Information:
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