Morphy Richards 330021 Elite Steam Generator Iron in Purple now £89.99 @ Co-op electrical

Morphy Richards 330021 Elite Steam Generator Iron in Purple now £89.99 @ Co-op electrical

Found 13th Nov 2017
Gets good reviews! No codes needed, discount already applied on page.

  • Large 2 litre water tank so you can iron more laundry without the need to re-fill
  • Effortlessly glide over your clothing to remove creases thanks to 190g of pressurised steam
  • Easy to use controls and indicator lights that control the 3 variable steam settings
  • Iron switches itself off after 10 mins of inactivity. Easy to maintain as lights indicate when it needs de-scaling


Intuitive Electronic Controls

The intuitive electronic controls are simple to use. With light-up buttons that control the steam, you can see at a glance which of the three variable steam settings you are using. With illuminated buttons for power on/off and steam level, and illuminated alerts for descale and empty water tank.

190g Constant Steam

Masses of steam relax the fibres in your garments to allow easy pressing, giving you superior results. Power Steam Elite offers superior steam output and helps cut down ironing time by tackling even the most stubborn creases with ease.

5 Bar Pressure

High pressure steam helps cut your ironing time and makes ironing easy as it powers through your creases. Using it vertically is effective in de-creasing or refreshing hanging garments, or can even be used to refresh curtains and upholstery.

Large 2L Water Tank

With an extra-large 2litre water tank you can iron for longer without having to refill. When you do need to add more water, the control panel will light up to alert you, so you can simply detach the tank, fill it up and carry on where you left off, without having to wait for it to cool down first.

Auto Shut Off

This steam generator has a fail-safe mechanism which will switch the unit off automatically if it hasnÔö¼ÔöñÔöÉÔö¼ót been used for a period of time. This will kick in after ten minutes of not depressing the steam trigger and is simple to reboot with the on/off button.

Clean Feature

This steam generator has an easy-to-maintain flushable boiler system which frees you of the cost of replacing anti-scale filters. The intuitive control panel lights up when it is time to de-scale, and the unit can be maintained quickly and simply.
Community Updates


Had one of these or at least very similar earlier model, helped to convince me to spend a bit more and get the Bosh. In any case once you’ve used one of these steam generator irons you can’t go back.
I've had one for years, it is excellent and has withstood various drops from height onto a tiled floor.
I’ve used one of these two. Sadly broke on me within the year. Using a normal iron has become trivial so had to buy another one from Morphy Richards.
I have one and it's poor. Spits water everywhere where as the bosch steam generator we used to have was ace.
I went from a Bosch to a morphy Richards very recently except I got a self descale version of this and I wouldn't say it's better or worse than my bosch. My morphy Richards is so noisy and vibrates so much I have to put it on the floor instead of on the board even though I have one with a steam generator rest. They both iron the same though so can't complain there. Except the sole plate on the bosch was better than the MR

For this price I'd buy it if I'm honest as steam genrators make your life so much easier if you have a lot of ironing to do. If you're only doing 3 or 4 items then its not for you.
£99 at amazon with free 3 year breakdown cover

edit: not sure its the same model though looks the same.
Edited by: "simba2585" 14th Nov 2017
Wouldn't touch this with a barge pole. My first one lasted 7 months. MR replaced it, no quibble. The second one has just quit at 6 months old. MR tell me my 'one year warranty' was from the date I bought the original one, even though it was a brand new one they gave me. I was even using MR's own ionised water in it and don't have a huge amount of ironing. I love these irons but they all seemed to die very early. I had a Bosch that lasted 18 months.
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