Kenwood LED Digital Steam Generator Iron G-1125ST-E less than half price @ argos was £117.49 NOW ONLY £46.99 - HotUKDeals
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Kenwood LED Digital Steam Generator G-1125ST-E ONE OF THE BEST ON THE MARKETS
Less Than Half Price
£46.99 was £117.49

90g/min steam output.
90g/min shot of steam.
Vertical steam.
Anti-scale.
3 minute heat up time.
Continuous fill generator.
1000ml water tank capacity.
Weight 3.7kg - weight of iron 1.2kg.


Uses tap water.
Water level indicator.
Detachable water tank.
Variable steam.
Steam indicator light.
1.7m power cord.
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#2
Ooops I Mean Dont My N Button Doesnt Work Properly Need A New Keyboard Lol
#3
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/55-4102605SPA71UC539940X.jpg
#4
parisp
Need Help With How To Add Pics Dot Know How To Add Them Sorry Guys!


Right click on an image... then click properties.... then copy the url in the box.... then paste it into the image box when you post your deal.
#5
Thankyou! So simple once you know!
#6
For someone who absolutely HATES ironing, may I recommend any steam generator! Just blast away with steam and you iron out creases so much quicker.

I've used one for almost 2 years, if it clapped out tomorrow I'd buy another straight away.

Now if they could create one that did shirts automatically........

ps. great find, is cheaper than i paid, mine is a decent morphy richards though...found through hot deals!
pps. seems the temperature guage is very easy to knock, be wary of that.
#7
I can second that, I have a karcher one with other attachments and its one of the best things over ever bought. I would never go back to a normal iron now, this is well worth the money.
#8
Reserved for collection! :thumbsup:
#9
mixed reviews. :whistling:
#10
is argos still doing the voucher offer for over £50?
#11
kamtheman

Now if they could create one that did shirts automatically........


Like the Siemens Dressman?

http://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/process_engineering/report-29650.html

They stopped making it though; I think they had trouble selling them at £1000 a time, I wonder why?
#12
Great deal - hot from me - cannot wait to see my wife's face on Christmas day when she opens this up...
#13
same price at homebase
#14
sashicee;7126509
same price at homebase


are Homebase and Argos not in the same group?
#15
torby
are Homebase and Argos not in the same group?


don't know, also selling on ebay for less
#16
anyone who one of these exact models willing to comment on how good/bad it is please?

Thanks
#17
Just spotted that the same model sold on e&&y for £34.99 + 7.99 postage. However graded item. See item140359829386

Also, saw another sell on e&&y for £23.02 + £7.99 postage. Item 120493088526. Maybe not the bargain argos is making out!

Hope it helps
#18
You could pick this up in Homebase today using the 15% Voucher to bring price even further down...
1 Like #19
"ONE OF THE BEST ON THE MARKET"

I think that's sheer fantasy :-(
It is not even a well known model, and as has been mentioned, has very mixed reviews anyway! 90g steam is mediocre at best, and the actual operating pressure is not shown at all. Don't buy ANY until you find out the actual operating pressure - A pressure of 4 bar is an absolute minimum if you don't want to be very disappointed, probably about 4.5bar being a feature of the top models.

Steam generators can be fantastic, compared to even the best of irons - I moved on to one the day when ironing a dress shirt to go to a big event, and got brown crud blasting all over it from the very expensive iron I had at the time, and I actually threw it out of the kitchen door into the garden!
I am on to my 3rd over many years, but even big brands can be dud - my second was a Philips which was so useless, I gave it away and went back to a Tefal.

Tefal are the market leaders, and probably are "one of the best on the market" but boy are they expensive for what is essentially, when you think about it just a heated steam cleaner (available for about 15 quid) attached to the cheapest £5 iron ;-)
#20
inicholson
Like the Siemens Dressman?

http://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/process_engineering/report-29650.html

They stopped making it though; I think they had trouble selling them at £1000 a time, I wonder why?


I want one! :w00t:
#21
I Lol'd:thumbsup:

sharkmark
Great deal - hot from me - cannot wait to see my wife's face on Christmas day when she opens this up...



Looking for a good steam iron, my mum keeps going through iron after iron either, the screws come loose, the gauge doesnt work, it doesnt actually heat up or the fact shes trying to iron on a 4ft ironing board with a 2ft flex on the iron. (I actually burst out laughing and cried when she told me)
#22
nihcaj
"ONE OF THE BEST ON THE MARKET"

I think that's sheer fantasy :-(
It is not even a well known model, and as has been mentioned, has very mixed reviews anyway! 90g steam is mediocre at best, and the actual operating pressure is not shown at all. Don't buy ANY until you find out the actual operating pressure - A pressure of 4 bar is an absolute minimum if you don't want to be very disappointed, probably about 4.5bar being a feature of the top models.

Steam generators can be fantastic, compared to even the best of irons - I moved on to one the day when ironing a dress shirt to go to a big event, and got brown crud blasting all over it from the very expensive iron I had at the time, and I actually threw it out of the kitchen door into the garden!
I am on to my 3rd over many years, but even big brands can be dud - my second was a Philips which was so useless, I gave it away and went back to a Tefal.

Tefal are the market leaders, and probably are "one of the best on the market" but boy are they expensive for what is essentially, when you think about it just a heated steam cleaner (available for about 15 quid) attached to the cheapest £5 iron ;-)


We have this iron bought it for around the same price that its on for now in a previous argos promo -- works very well Kenwood are now owned by De Longhi- and although this is not as good as a tefal - i'd take this over an Alba group product or similar .
#23
NAZ17;7129442
i'd take this over an Alba group product or similar .


Agreed, no argument there, but to pretend this is some sort of premium product is bordering on hilarious!
#24
Just got the last one from Warrington Cockhedge store.Thanks.
#25
reserved one, thanks
#26
Thanks for the heads up. Reserved the last one at my local store. I've always wanted to try one of these but the price has hitherto put me off! :-D
#27
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#28
dazzyb93
Just got the last one from Warrington [SIZE="4"]Cockhedge[/SIZE] store.Thanks.
:|

Sorry, in one of those moods. I am giggling now as i type!:-D
#29
I purchased one of these today, thought it has to be better than the ceramic iron I have at the moment. I used it on a large pile of ironing this afternoon and I find it to be great. Its really powerful and steam output is great. For the price I think its really good.
#30
is it non stick or stainless steel?
#31
wizzywas;7134900
is it non stick or stainless steel?


You won't find it matters NEARLY so much... the point of steam generators is the iron temperature is much less crucial, due to the copious amount of steam. so most things can be ironed a good bit cooler than you would otherwise, although of course you still need higher temperatures on cottons and linens, but things like trousers can be ironed cooler, which means without getting them shiny. It also means that the sole of the iron doesn't get so gunked up, unless you are using starch, but even then it wipes off easier as it isn't so burned on.

Clothes do end up a bit more damp though, so don't rush to put them in the wardrobe they are best left to air off a bit!
suspended#32
saaya2020
Just spotted that the same model sold on e&&y for £34.99 + 7.99 postage. However graded item. See item140359829386

Also, saw another sell on e&&y for £23.02 + £7.99 postage. Item 120493088526. Maybe not the bargain argos is making out!

Hope it helps


ahh but if your like me and have a voucher to get rid off it's fine :thumbsup:
suspended#33
I just went to the site and it's £117. Missed out :x
#34
Does any one have a instruction manual for one of these? i have one i bought it from a friend but no manual :(

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