The current design of the most steam irons is dominated by homogeneous shapes and similar color combinations. The
individual and often interesting components are hidden under an “ergonomic” cover.
All of them have also a strong tool-like character. Therefore the important parts of the ‘memphis iron’ like the handle, the body and the water tank vary in
the different shapes.
The water tank is removable, so that it is easier to clean the tank and to fill up. The soleplate combines ceramic coating for easy gliding and the pattern
from a lace doily for a better steam distribution.