Naomoto #HSP-440 All-Steam Iron W/ 2 Hoses

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Our lightest all-steam Iron, comes with non-stick sole.

The Naomoto HSP-440 comes with 2 hoses and an iron rest. The tuffran base coating means there is no need for an iron shoe. It weighs only 2.46 pounds. Please note: This iron will need to be hooked up to a steam system. Iron Shoe not included. Manufacturers warranty applies. Use iron shoe TF1002 or TFP1002.


  • 20% lighter than most steam irons at only 2.46 lbs.
  • Tuffran base coating means no need for an iron shoe
  • Coating allows base temp of iron to raise to 50 degrees
  • No steam chamber means no collection of condensation
  • Will need to be connected to a steam system
  • Non-stick sole

Product Specifications

Brand: Naomoto
Units: Each
Material: Various
Size / Dimension: 2.46 lbs.
Additional Information:
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