AEG DBS2300-U - steam generator iron-Asda Direct- £69.99
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AEG DBS2300-U - steam generator iron-Asda Direct- £69.99

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Found 20th May 2014
AEG DBS2300-U - steam generator iron reduced to £69.99 from £149 save £80, this is the cheapest price i can find

Colour
Watermelon red/white
Steam Pressure
4.5 bar
Continuous Steam Output
0.75 g/min
Antiscale System
Yes
Boiler Water Tank Capacity
0.9 litre
Iron Features
Anti-drip system, removable water tank, 180 degree swivel
Included Accessories
Included Accessories
Beaker
Anti scale cartridge
Funnel
Miscellaneous
Cord Length
1.8 m
Power
Max Power Consumption
2300 W
Dimensions & Weight
Width
38.2 cm
Depth
21.8 cm
Height
26.6 cm
Weight
3.9 kg
Manufacturer Warranty
Warranty
1 year
AEG DBS2300-U
Beaker
Anti scale cartridge
Funnel

9 Comments

Just checked it's 2 warranty from aeg, if you register :-)

This looks a lot like the Swan one for £49.99
From little woods group !

Same spec same guarantee

It also looks like the Hinari HIN172 also sold by Asda for £59.96. I thought AEG was a good company?

I think a lot of these are similar
Found out that Swan brand is owned by little woods group I suspect a lot of other brands are as well

Is it any good? Worth buying?

Are these good for getting rid of wrinkle in dress, as my normal iron just create even more when use on the iron board.

These steam generator irons are fantastic, i've used them for years and they do a great job on my work shirts. If you live in an area with hard water though, you MUST keep to the anti-scale cartridge replacement timescales, otherwise you will fill they spurt gunk over your items from time to time... that said, they're great and this is HOT!

Super Noob

Are these good for getting rid of wrinkle in dress, as my normal iron … Are these good for getting rid of wrinkle in dress, as my normal iron just create even more when use on the iron board.



These are good for a couple of reasons

1) The steam production is seperate from the soleplate so the soleplate temperature tend to be lower than normal irons. For me this means zero burns. This depends on the model you get I got a Bosch unit.

2) As has been said here these units are made by large OEM (Orginal Equipment Manfucatures) just like toasters, trainers, PCs, tablets, Phones, cars, so the model is as important as the "brand". However the support for the product comes from the "brand" not the OEM so a good "brand" is matters if you want service / support. Worth reading the reviews for the product to see what folk think and the issues / strengths of the model you are considering

3) The base on these is large so a wide board or a deticated generate board might be woth considering.

4) Consider your domestic set up. If you are used to putting the iron and board away when no in use them consider a unit with a lift out water unit, so you do not have lug the whole thing to the sink!

5) Tefal units and other might need replaceable descaling tablets. Cosider the costs of these when purchasing.


6) I have a bosch unit it is fine most of the time but once every month or so water comes out not steam so I have to drain the unit and refill it will be fine for another month. This may be due to limescale built up - Thats waht the manaul says. Any if I follow the recommended routine its fine.

7) Its MUCH MUCH faster than regular irons in use. This plus zero burns mean a lot for me!


These can take 4 mins to be operational.

abbiislam

This looks a lot like the Swan one for £49.99 From little woods group … This looks a lot like the Swan one for £49.99 From little woods group !Same spec same guarantee



Cant see this on littlewoods?
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