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Ironing Board with Plug Socket £22.99 @ Argos

chante9997 Avatar
8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Was £34.99
Construction of the frame steel tube and H-leg.

Steel mesh top for steam ironing.

Suitable for irons and steam generators.

Iron well is non-slip.

Folds for storage.

Cotton cover.

Linen rack.

Cord holder.

2m extending cord and plug.

Size of ironing surface (L)122, (W)43cm.

Height adjustable from 59cm to 97cm.

Folded height 163cm.
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#2
I've managed to reserve one thank you (last one in Basildon - sorry!) The reviews aren't brilliant on it but I will have a look for myself!

This is a good price as I have been after a decent ironing board for a few weeks as my hubby bent the leg on mine! MEN! :)
#4
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1 Like #5
Ordered one for the misses for crimbo cheers
#6
ant1973
Ordered one for the misses for crimbo cheers


Are you mad! :w00t:
#7
tesco do a similar one by minky for £30. i have it and its fab! well for the three times a year the iron comes out!
#8
Just cant get excited about ironing board deals (yawn) :lazy:

But a good price never the less!
+Heat
banned#9
I Generally get my Missus to do my ironing near the wall where there is already a plug socket, but I guess this could be good for some people.
banned#10
ant1973
Ordered one for the misses for crimbo cheers


Wow what a lucky lucky lady!!;-)
banned#11
cant quite see the point of this when you can get ironing boards from argos for £8.99 and an extension lead for a £1.
#12
While watching the football, "Honey, why don't you take a break from that ironing and bring me a beer" :oops:
#13
AD959
While watching the football, "Honey, why don't you take a break from that ironing and bring me a beer" :oops:


And whilst your at it, I smell food burning, come on love get a grip I thought you could multitask:)
#14
Throbbing Beast
I Generally get my Missus to do my ironing near the wall where there is already a plug socket, but I guess this could be good for some people.


Errrrrrrrr....you'd have to do that anyway to plug the ironing board in so the socket is a bit pointless .......:roll::-D
#15
Mecoconuts
Errrrrrrrr....you'd have to do that anyway to plug the ironing board in so the socket is a bit pointless .......:roll::-D


I actually wouldn't mind one because the cord of my steam generator iron is far too short, but from the reviews it seems that I would be better off with the one I have already and a lead
#16
Home & Bargains usually have good priced ironing boards,I've seen Minky ones in there too, cheap,i'd go for one of those as the reviews don't seem to be that great on this,no wonder its reduced:whistling:
#17
I bought a non branded ironing board from Argos this year. Under the foam is a 'mesh' type metal (the same as this one), and whenever I iron my clothes (yes, I am a man that washes and irons his own clothes) I get a diamond shape pattern that shows through on pretty much everything I iron.

Will never buy one like that again.
#18
jukkie
I bought a non branded ironing board from Argos this year. Under the foam is a 'mesh' type metal (the same as this one), and whenever I iron my clothes (yes, I am a man that washes and irons his own clothes) [COLOR="Red"]I get a diamond shape pattern that shows through on pretty much everything I iron.[/COLOR]

Will never buy one like that again.


+1 on that.

Maybe someone could recommend a decent ironing board ? :thinking:
#19
ant1973
Ordered one for the misses for crimbo cheers


You are one lucky geezer where your missus is concerned, if only my partner was as easily pleased!
#20
defsteve;3477899
+1 on that.

me too, and the metal mesh is quite thin so it sags in between the lateral supports - the ironing board feels a bit like the foothills of the cairngorms...
#21
i would recomend the minky one from tescos, having a plug socket in it makes ironing easier as you dont have to keep moving the wire out of the way, its really sturdy and wide so good all round!
#22
If any of you live near Home & Bargains like i previously said,sometimes they have Minky boards in stock for about 15 quid i think,maybe less and they are good,worth having a look there.

The only othe thing i can suggest is buying a new "padded" ironing board cover for your existing one if its leaving an imprint on clothes,never heard of that b4..lol

My ironing board is like 10 years old but its branded/Beldray,i've never had that problem that some of you describe,perhaps its worth investing in a more expensive one,the only thing i do with my ironing board is buy a new cover every so often and it looks like new again:thumbsup:
#23
jukkie
I bought a non branded ironing board from Argos this year. Under the foam is a 'mesh' type metal (the same as this one), and whenever I iron my clothes (yes, I am a man that washes and irons his own clothes) I get a diamond shape pattern that shows through on pretty much everything I iron.

Will never buy one like that again.


Me too, i've been looking for a solid one for ages not that i iron as my ironing isn't good enough for for my hubby bloomin' army training:roll:
#24
the padded covers make no difference need to find a board that is a board and not full of holes and they are hard to find i check home bargains every few weeks
#25
I already have this, is OK, but extremely big! wouldnt buy it again
#26
ant1973;3475839
Ordered one for the misses for crimbo cheers

If my husband gave me an ironing board for Christmas, he'd find it wrapped around his neck!
#27
csiman
cant quite see the point of this when you can get ironing boards from argos for £8.99 and an extension lead for a £1.


or buy one of the ones that attach to your board from home bargains for £4:thumbsup:
#28
starsparkle2311
I know what you mean, but why not get an extra thick cover and put it over the one you ironing board already has.


So people should buy a terrible ironing board, then also buy a new padded cover which may, or may not prevent them from getting the annoying diamond pattern?

Rather than risk wasting their money people should just buy a decent ironing board to begin with.
#29
I agree with sparkle,i suggested a padded cover for those who have already got an ironing board that leaves a "pattern" i never advocated buying a cheap board AND another cover.
#30
Get a descent cover, the holes in the board are there for a good reason....to allow steam to pass through which prevents your clothes from becoming damp and if you have a steam generator for example you will find that the other side of the item your ironing is virtually crease free when you turn it over due to the steam passing through and being allowed to escape, something like that lol.
#31
simate
Get a descent cover, the holes in the board are there for a good reason....to allow steam to pass through which prevents your clothes from becoming damp and if you have a steam generator for example you will find that the other side of the item your ironing is virtually crease free when you turn it over due to the steam passing through and being allowed to escape, something like that lol.


In theory it's a good idea, however in practice isn't doesn't work that well. My old ironing board, which had a solid metal bed, left my clothes with less creases than the one with holes.
And not only does the new one leave me with more creases, but due to the metal being weaker it tends to buckle after a few minutes of heat on it, making it even more difficult to iron the creases out of clothes.

A well designed board would have a much smaller 'mesh', and would be made of thicker metal. But this isn't a well designed board.

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