Morphy Richards 2400W Power Steam Elite Pressurised Steam Generator Iron £69 delivered @ AO
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Morphy Richards 2400W Power Steam Elite Pressurised Steam Generator Iron £69 delivered @ AO

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Found 14th Apr 2016
Good reviews on theses, 2400w model too so should get the job done in no time. Has a 2 Litre water tank, which is a decent size!

Looks to be at least £10 more elsewhere right now. Comes with 2 year manufacturer warranty as well. Price includes delivery

This is the most powerful steam generator iron from Morphy Richards. You can blast through creases with total ease thanks to 170g of instant steam. It’ll power through fabrics as 5 bar, high pressure steam relaxes fibres and removes even the deepest creases. You won’t have to iron both sides of the garment as the steam will penetrate right through, so you’ll spend less time behind the ironing board.
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anyone know if it can be refilled whilst in use.. or does it require a cooldown and refill?
thats what made my first steam generator iron a deal breaker.. sunday nights school uniforms and work clothes night!
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polarbaba

anyone know if it can be refilled whilst in use.. or does it require a … anyone know if it can be refilled whilst in use.. or does it require a cooldown and refill?thats what made my first steam generator iron a deal breaker.. sunday nights school uniforms and work clothes night!



Hi i'm not 100% on this exact model, although looking at the online manuals for the others Elite ones, it looks like you can. See Here Instruction manual download link is just below the image.

Obviously if you go for one, check the manual that come's with it first. But it looks promising


Edited by: "NeoTrix" 14th Apr 2016
link not working?
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Seems fine here, have you tried another browser?

Edited by: "NeoTrix" 14th Apr 2016
Excellent find, heat added
Awesome iron! Worth every penny.
polarbaba

anyone know if it can be refilled whilst in use.. or does it require a … anyone know if it can be refilled whilst in use.. or does it require a cooldown and refill?thats what made my first steam generator iron a deal breaker.. sunday nights school uniforms and work clothes night!



You can do both?
NeoTrix

Seems fine here, have you tried another browser?


Looks like it was the mobile site I had an issue with the desktop one was fine
Was 249?
I don't know much about steam irons but I definitely want one
I've had this iron and it is really good. Can refill whilst in use it will give you a sound as well as a light warning to refill, needs descaling often once it's about a year old but has a lifespan of about 2 years. I would register with Morphy Richards to get that 2 years. Overall makes light work of ironing
V4DDA

I've had this iron and it is really good. Can refill whilst in use it … I've had this iron and it is really good. Can refill whilst in use it will give you a sound as well as a light warning to refill, needs descaling often once it's about a year old but has a lifespan of about 2 years. I would register with Morphy Richards to get that 2 years. Overall makes light work of ironing



​Thanks for the info can you clarify does it have an anti calc cartridge that needs replacing as they're quite expensive in my experience. Thank you
adhkarzf

​Thanks for the info can you clarify does it have an anti calc cartridge t … ​Thanks for the info can you clarify does it have an anti calc cartridge that needs replacing as they're quite expensive in my experience. Thank you



​will filling the iron with filtered water from. a brita filter help prolong the anti calc?
polarbaba

​will filling the iron with filtered water from. a brita filter help p … ​will filling the iron with filtered water from. a brita filter help prolong the anti calc?



​I have no idea I don't own the iron lol
It doesn't have an anti calc cartridges. There is a bolt underneath the steam iron which you unscrew using the tool provided and empty the water. I pour boiling water into the well give it a shake and it does the job
I'm not sure about the brita
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