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PerfectCare Elite Plus GC9660/36 Steam generator iron - £315 (£267.75 with newsletter signup) @ Philips
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PerfectCare Elite Plus GC9660/36 Steam generator iron - £315 (£267.75 with newsletter signup) @ Philips

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Posted 4th May
Philips perfect care elite GC9660/36 rrp is £450 however it is reduced to £315 currently cheaper than anywhere else. However sign up to their newsletter and get another 15% off. Sure you could get a little back on TCB too but not checked. Voucher code also works on everything on their store.
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These are always voted cold because a lot of hotukdealers do not understand what these do

Prepare for lots of comments such as "for that money, I would expect it to do the ironing for me"

Bought a philips steam iron a few years ago. My partner thought it would be a waste of money but she has now seen the benefits.

The iron is light to hold in the hand (because the heavy bits are in the base plate)

The steam generated by this is more efficient than normal irons, so makes ironing quicker

It you want to spend more time together as a family and less time ironing, get a steam iron

With regard to the price, this is a good discount but philips and amazon both seem to reduce their prices from time to time

we bought this iron Philips GC9630 for £169 when amazon had it reduced, but it is currently over £300 on philips and amazon websites. -

PerfectCare Aqua Pro Steam generator iron GC9410/60 is currently available on the philips website for £169 and is a similar iron. (Discounted from £330 because it is on clearance)

It is £273 on Amazon and has very good reviews

If you use the sign up email then you get 15% off so this would be £143.65 which is a really good price

Topcashback is currently 10% but may not work with codes that have not been put on the topcashback website
Edited by: "Helpful567" 4th May
Helpful56704/05/2020 20:35

These are always voted cold because a lot of hotukdealers do not …These are always voted cold because a lot of hotukdealers do not understand what these doPrepare for lots of comments such as "for that money, I would expect it to do the ironing for me"Bought a philips steam iron a few years ago. My partner thought it would be a waste of money but she has now seen the benefits.The iron is light to hold in the hand (because the heavy bits are in the base plate)The steam generated by this is more efficient than normal irons, so makes ironing quickerIt you want to spend more time together as a family and less time ironing, get a steam ironWith regard to the price, this is a good discount but philips and amazon both seem to reduce their prices from time to timewe bought this iron Philips GC9630 for £169 when amazon had it reduced, but it is currently over £300 on philips and amazon websites. - so if you are not desparate for an iron then I suggest that you wait and keep an eye on the prices


Yeh I agree I have the Philips perfect care performer, had it a few years and it’s brilliant but it is starting to look a bit tatty, my fault from knocking it about. So bought this as an upgrade. It’s a hefty discount for the elite plus and I like that like my old one there is no settings to mess with as it is perfect for all fabrics with its smart temp etc and cleaning is a doddle. To me it’s one of the most premium out there and to be honest I couldn’t live without a steam generator now, cut my ironing time in half.
This is a ludicrous price for an iron!
Wooj04/05/2020 22:04

This is a ludicrous price for an iron!


It’s a game changer of an iron, honestly brilliant. But I get a bit steep for some people’s liking.
£315 for an iron...
kpandit804/05/2020 22:07

£315 for an iron...


£267.75, but it’s the same principle as buying anything that is more expensive or a more premium product. Honestly it is a brilliant piece of kit, but each to their own mate.
ShaunWright04/05/2020 22:08

£267.75, but it’s the same principle as buying anything that is more ex …£267.75, but it’s the same principle as buying anything that is more expensive or a more premium product. Honestly it is a brilliant piece of kit, but each to their own mate.


Ok, Shaun, you sold it to me. I’ll order it and let you know how it goes...
kpandit804/05/2020 22:12

Ok, Shaun, you sold it to me. I’ll order it and let you know how it goes...


I was honestly if the same mindset mate, then I bought my previous one on a ridiculous cheap deal and will never go back to a normal iron now. Completely get what you mean in a way though.
ShaunWright04/05/2020 22:05

It’s a game changer of an iron, honestly brilliant. But I get a bit steep f …It’s a game changer of an iron, honestly brilliant. But I get a bit steep for some people’s liking.


I guess I'm not the target market, I don't iron anything, even my work shirts don't need ironing. What do people actually iron nowadays?
I iron most clothes etc. The mrs is a lunatic and even irons the bedding and curtains haha. To be fair I wish I didn’t have to iron anything but the mrs gets behind on the ironing some times so I have to help out. Jokes haha
ShaunWright04/05/2020 22:08

£267.75, but it’s the same principle as buying anything that is more ex …£267.75, but it’s the same principle as buying anything that is more expensive or a more premium product. Honestly it is a brilliant piece of kit, but each to their own mate.


Yes my Mrs agrees with you.. Says she wouldn't go back to a normal iron again...me I've no idea
amoulden05/05/2020 07:07

Yes my Mrs agrees with you.. Says she wouldn't go back to a normal iron …Yes my Mrs agrees with you.. Says she wouldn't go back to a normal iron again...me I've no idea


Haha you’ve got a keeper
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