Best Heat Press to use with Cricut and Silhouette

The Vevor brand is the Best Heat Press!

How to operate your Heatpress

So, you’re looking for a heat press? Well, I’ve found you the best heat press ever! Now, I’m not going to say that I have tested out every single heat press that there is to try. That simply wouldn’t be true. But, what I can do is tell you about all the research that I’ve done in the last few months. What it took me to finally take the plunge, spend a chunk of change and get this bad boy. 

So, I compared the Cricut easy press and a heat press. I questioned in all the groups. Weighed my options for what seemed like an eternity because I just couldn’t commit. I mean, there’s not really anywhere that I could have gone in store to try one out. So I read all the reviews. I decided that I wanted to go with this heat press over the easy press for 3 main reasons.

First Reason it’s the best heat press

The price point.

I kept thinking that because the easy press was Cricut brand that it was superior for whatever reason. You know because of the brand name and all. While I do love the Cricut brand and everything it stands for. I just couldn’t shell out $109 for a tiny 6×7 Easypress. $159 for a 9×9 or $200 for a 10×12. I could get a bigger press at around the same price point. AND it came with a ton of extras, can you really beat that?



With the Cricut Easypress for that 30 seconds that to your design needs to be pressed to your item. YOU have to BE the pressure. This means that you are using your body weight to press down. I don’t know about you but that just seems exhausting, on the other hand, This is theTI’d get a good workout in. With a heat press you can clamp it down and walk away for 30 seconds. While your Design is pressing, you can get your next piece ready to go. 

And the third reason it’s the best heat press

All of the extras!

This heat press comes with the big plate that is 12” x 15” which is huge. A mug press, two plate presses and a hat press. I have yet to use these I as I mainly keep the 12 x 15 press on there. I use my press almost every day. The extra presses make new projects easier, because as a crafters we are always learning and mastering our craft. Absolutely love that in getting this one I’m keeping my options open.

Pros and Cons

I don’t know about y’all, but when I make a big purchase I like to make a pros and cons list. Based on my pros and cons, the pros definitely come out on top!

Pros and Cons

This heat press can be used with sublimation transfers. Sublimation is the process of using a special printer with a gas Ink. When the gas ink is heated your design is permanently attached and as a result won’t come off. Think- family picture mugs, shirts with peoples faces etc..


The temperature on this press ranges from 32° to 480. The timer can be set from 0 to 999 seconds not that you’ll ever need to go that long. It also remembers your last settings! This means you wont have to reset the temperature and time every time you turn it on. This feature saves a lot of time!

And it also has a full 360° rotation so you can swing the arm left or right.

It is very easy to switch out the pieces. You will need a Phillips screwdriver to change out the presses. It does comes with a little tool that can be used as well if you don’t have one.

You can use this heat press for a wide range of projects. Things like T-shirts, hats, koosies, baby onesies, mugs and plates. You can use on many different materials like cotton, nylon, polyester and more.

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If you want to see a few projects I’ve made with this press and check out an awesome deal on HTV (heat transfer vinyl) click HERE

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