Not to be a dissenter, but ...
What a piece of crap! First off, let me state a few things: My entire family were tailors ... Good tailors. Many is the time I sat in my grandparents’ shop and watched while they carefully steamed beautiful men’s suits, pants and outerwear. I was taught very early on to dress quite well and take care of my clothes. I am picky about my wardrobe. So sue me. It used to be that, lacking a home steamer, I ironed everything, using a pressing cloth, of course. But, as I grew older, that grew tedious. So, after passing it by a few times, I sprang for the Sunbeam steamer on the last go-around.
What a disappointment. As to clothing, this thing MIGHT be barely acceptable for steaming T-shirts, light-weight chinos and shorts, but that’s about it.
Firstly, it isn’t strong enough to get out wrinkles completely. It relaxes, but does not remove them from good shirts, jackets or pants. Attempting to get better results means more steaming until your garment is actually wet. Secondly, even using the included “creaser”, it will not satisfactorily crease anything. And the lint brush moves the lint around, but never actually “removes” it. The clips in the hanger are too weak to hold anything but a light garment. Regular weight slacks quickly end up in a heap on the floor.
I see only two or three possible uses for this thing, none of them clothing related: It MIGHT work for steaming drapes in place. It might work for pressing tablecloths in place. And, it might work for steam cleaning the “grease zone” in a kitchen.
If you are a person who cares what you look like when you leave the house ... Don’t buy this thing.
If you like your pants to have an actual crease where there should be a crease ... Don’t buy this thing.
If the idea of pulling clothes out of the dryer, steaming them, then hanging them in your closet wet, and still wrinkled, doesn’t appeal to you ... Don’t buy this thing.