Silvercrest Cordless Steam Iron £14.99 @ Lidl from 12th January.Has 3 Years Warranty. - HotUKDeals
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£14.99*
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Can be used cordlessly for quick and convenient usage or corded for larger volumes
Stainless steel soleplate ensures optimal glide for effortless ironing
Variable continuous steam with 2 powerful steam burst functions
With anti-drip and self-clean function
Tank capacity (ml): 300
Max. 2200W
3 year manufacturer's warranty
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I'll come back after a dozen mostly sexist remarks have been posted...
#2
Personally although this is cheap I wouldn't buy this. Irons last a long time and I would by the best you can afford because you are going to be using it for a long while. I highly recommend Tefal irons had mine for well over 10 years now and still like new, used every day
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jase99
Personally although this is cheap I wouldn't buy this. Irons last a long time and I would by the best you can afford because you are going to be using it for a long while. I highly recommend Tefal irons had mine for well over 10 years now and still like new, used every day
Do you heat it up on the cooker? X)
#4
jase99
Personally although this is cheap I wouldn't buy this. Irons last a long time and I would by the best you can afford because you are going to be using it for a long while. I highly recommend Tefal irons had mine for well over 10 years now and still like new, used every day

This one is a Tefal, I think. Looks like it in the picture
1 Like #5
tarryboy
jase99
Personally although this is cheap I wouldn't buy this. Irons last a long time and I would by the best you can afford because you are going to be using it for a long while. I highly recommend Tefal irons had mine for well over 10 years now and still like new, used every day

This one is a Tefal, I think. Looks like it in the picture

Title states silvercrest
#6
3 year warranty. £5/year even if only lasts that long so gotta be a good deal. I don't find irons last very long in my house so this will be ideal!
banned#7
I've owned this silver rest iron for 2 years now. Bought it because I prefer cordless. Never had any trouble with it at all, was certainly worth the price I paid.
#8
The image is of a tefal iron?
#10
Wife sorted............ Sexist.. 8)
#11
I wonder how long it irons effectively once cordless and presumably cooling down ? Our current iron has been recalled and got a full refund for what I paid about 5 years ago - so on the lookout for a new one. I would generally go with the sentiment above - same as DIY stuff get the best you can as in general they last longer - even better if they get recalled so you can get a new one ! So wondering if this will be any good ?
#12
Any Reviews? Is this iron actually any good?
#13
green and black nice
banned#14
Now the women can iron on the move. Lovely
banned#15
#16

personally I think Lidl warranties aren't worth the paper they're printed on. Right pain in the **** to sort out when those things go.
#17
bumbaclart
Any Reviews? Is this iron actually any good?

I've had a cordless iron in the past and wouldn't recommend them.They cool really quickly,so for cottons they don't stay hot enough.You have to constantly keep putting the iron back in the cradle.This however has the option of being corded too so maybe worth a bash for the price?



Edited By: themachman on Jan 10, 2015 15:39
#18
I'm always very skeptical about buying these powerful electrical goods that are made in China. I personally worry about the shoddy craftsmanship and the risk of fires. Maybe I am too careful but I'd rather be safe than sorry..
#19
I would buy this but I don't have a woman to operate it :(
#20
kidou
I would buy this but I don't have a woman to operate it :(
No mother, sister, nieces etc.?
#21
bargain1girl
kidou
I would buy this but I don't have a woman to operate it :(
No mother, sister, nieces etc.?

He is the only child of a male civil partnership ;)
#22
I had this iron a couple of years ago not good, it cools down quick so you have to iron quick, then put it back in the cradle and wait to heat up again, it was a good idea but just didn't work in reality
#23
bumbaclart
Any Reviews? Is this iron actually any good?


my wife says it works well
#24
ive served my apprenticeship in ironing............started ironing only square things then moved up now i can iron anything & get lots of extra sex off a very appreciative missus oO
#25
sotomonkey

personally I think Lidl warranties aren't worth the paper they're printed on. Right pain in the **** to sort out when those things go.

You think or you know? Big difference.
I bought the inflatable canoe, it had a leak, took it back and received a replacement in the post. Sorted

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