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CricutCeramic Coated Heat Autopress


Retail: R24,000

Introducing the perfect professional heat press made for home use.

Merging commercial power with a sleek, home-friendly design, Cricut Autopress™ harnesses state-of-the-art automated features to help you make more in less time. Zero Effort™ operation lets you close the machine with two fingers, and the handle's motor does the rest. Dial in precise time & temp settings on the control pod to ensure consistent results, whether you’re working on a big-business production or a one-time passion project.  An excellent complement to all Cricut cutting machines.

Product Features
  • Ceramic-coated heat plate
  • Zero Effort™ operation to close the machine with ease & auto-release when the pressing cycle is complete
  • Auto-adjusts to materials up to 5cm thick with top-down pressing so materials do not shift
  • Control pod with four presets to reduce guesswork and maximize workflow
  • Reaches temperatures up to 205 °C for iron-on (HTV), Infusible Ink™ & sublimation projects
  • Safety features include auto-off after 13 minutes of inactivity & certified temperature-rated plastics
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Extra-wide clearance in the open position
  • Dual voltage used anywhere in the world
  • 1-year Warranty
  • Dimensions: 38 x 30cm
What's In The Box
  • 1x Cricut Autopress™ professional heat press
  • 1x Pressing Mat
  • 1x Control Pod
  • 1x User Guide
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Welcome to the Future

Once upon a time, like back in the late 90s, it was an absolute joy to take your brand new Nokia 3310 to school to show your friends, complete with its unnecessarily sturdy cover. You'd gather in a little circle and see who could get the highest score on Snake. Later, you'd go home and (while supposedly doing your homework) listen to your favourite music on a CD player covered with stickers of Boyzone and Britney. Life was sweet.

Fast-forward to 2024 and that phone and CD player would these days only be taken to school for 'show and tell' in history class. By now, you see, that stuff is hardly considered 'tech', but 'vintage'. You know what is considered tech, though? A lot of the stuff we're running deals on today in the name of Tech Tuesday!