Product Information

The Corby 4400 Trouser Press. With 15 and 30 minute pressing cycles, a dish for keys and coins and jacket hanger. Made with a beautiful and hard-wearing beech veneer effect finish.

The Corby 4400 Trouser Press in Beech

Product Code: 3510

Our Price

£159.00

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Only 9 left in stock

Product Features

Finish: Beech with black trim
Press Settings: 15 and 30 minute settings
Features:
Thermostat
Automatic cut off
Manual cancel option
Fitting: Freestanding unit, or can be wall mounted
Extras: Comes complete with feet, coin tray, jacket hanger and wall mounting fixtures
Dimensions (mm):
Closed
Freestanding with hanger: H:1095 W:465 D:355
Freestanding without hanger: H:980 W:415 D:330
Wall Mounted: H: 940 W:415 D:115
Open
Freestanding with hanger: H:1095 W:465 D:480
Freestanding without hanger: H:980 W:415 D:455
Wall Mounted: H:940 W:415 D:345

Key Measurements

  mm inches
Height: 1095 43.11
Width: 465 18.31
Depth: 355 13.98

Frequently Asked Questions

  •  Why is the trouser press causing wrinkles in the wrong places?

    We recommend running the press on its longest setting whilst empty and allowing the press to cool and contract - repeat this process 2 or 3 times. Then any slack in the fabric should be removed.

  •  Why does the power light not go out?

    This is usual, whenever the press is powered the light will be lit, the only way to deactivate this feature is to switch off or unplug from the mains.

  •  Does this trouser press have a UK or EU plug?

    The plug is suitable for the UK mains supply.

  •  What type of screws are needed to fix the hanger to the trouser press?

    You will need two 5/8 inch No.8 pan head self tapping screws.

  •  What is the depth of the trouser press when fully open??

    Our trouser presses measure 330mm when fully open.

  •  Where is the serial number located on the trouser press??

    The serial number can be found underneath the press.

  •  The arms on my new trouser press are stiffer than my previous model, why is this?

    The arms for opening and closing a Corby Trouser Press become gradually looser and freer over time, meaning that you might well find the arms to be stiff on a new model if you are used to operating one that is several years old. This is nothing to worry about and not a fault with the press.

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