This is the first time I use a steam iron daily. How I live in a small space where the walls are not expandable, which always me 'braked' in the purchase of a plant is the places it can take. For me, steam room dedicated to = kit of the house, where you can dry your clothes and where nobody, and where you can leave open the ironing board because ultimately, this room is the laundry room, and each object y has its place. Well, finally here I am me, my small space and steam plant. First point, yes, a central steam takes up more space than just iron, because there are central and iron. But the plant is ultimately not so bulky and can find its place in a closet for storage (failing to stay connected to a room), plus a handful to be worn, which is very convenient because it is heavy. In addition, the power plant itself and the iron can be separated, and for a simple and fast ironing hurry, it is quite possible to use iron alone without the plant. Fairly simple connections allow. In use, the operation is quickly understood, and connections are a breeze. Another positive point compared to traditional iron without central, this product offers a whatever 'more' for a household task that is not always 'well lived'. You plug the power plant, and iron is ergonomic, with the possibility of producing steam in continuous or alternate, (button to push in this case). The options are simple and clear. The ironing is done well, and I confess that the activity produces a better quality than a normal iron effect. Overall, I'm pretty satisfied with this product, which offers a certain quality in ironing. By cons, fortunately a small cup which is provided with a thin rod to fill Central and iron, because access to the openings is not very convenient. Also, I think other irons glide more easily, and the connection son are long, but it is something that is found in other plants that I had tried. Last downside I found the plastic connecting taken to a little cheap central aspect, but the whole is simple, strong and sober.