Philips azur steam iron £37.49 @ Argos half price
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Philips azur steam iron £37.49 @ Argos half price

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Found 12th Jan 2013
£49 on amazon currently...

Was on the lookout for a new iron (yippie) and came across this one, given how many reviews there are and t has 5* rating, don't think you can go wrong really, half price at the moment... Bonus!

The Philips Azur GC4410/02 steam iron, with its steamglide ceramic soleplate, tackles tough creases with ease and provides great value for money. This 2400-watt iron heats up quickly and provides 40g/min of steam to work through the deepest creases easily. 130g/min of steam can be used in short bursts, together with a steam tip to reach tricky areas. Vertical steaming can also be used to refresh hanging garments.

The Double Active Anti-Calc system prevents build-up of limescale. In addition, an extra-long 3m cable and a cord storage clip make this iron easy to use and store.

Steam iron:

2400 watts.
Steam output 40g/min.
Shot of steam 130g/min.
Capacity of water tank 350ml.
Anti-scale.
Anti-drip.
3m power cord.
Weight 1.55kg.
Steamglide ceramic soleplate with button groove.
Soft-grip handle.
Cord storage.
Temperature ready indicator.
Front fill.
Water level indicator.
Variable steam.
Vertical steam.
Steam tip.
Self-clean.
Includes water refill beaker.
General information:

26 Comments

Bought this last week and it is great, the only bad reviews were people saying it was too heavy but I didn't find this at all, heavier than my previous iron but to be honest I find that a good thing!?

Editor

ohh the irony :-)

I had this Iron, well my ex house mate did. It is very good. A little heavy, but I prefer that as it help getting creases out of thick clothing such as jeans.

I liked that one so much that I bought one of the higher models - Philips Azur Ionic GC4870 - It is a bit expensive, but there was an offer on a while back. It's a brilliant iron. But if it was between the GC4870 and this at the current £37 mark then I'd definitely would've gone for this.

I bought this one the last time it was on sale, great iron, very effortless to use.

If you live in hard water areas you might want to use de-ionised water (buy from pound shops) rather than tap water as it makes your iron last longer.

Thank you, been looking for a deal on these, reserved, hubby is off to pick it up later


Woops realized its not a steam generator on which is what I am after, my mistake should of looked closer to picture, good price anyhow, hopefully a deal will come up for one of those soon x

All those positive reviews can't be a bad thing. Just ordered. Thanks.

it is a little heavier than average, but has a long cord and makes a great job!

Cracking iron owned mine for 6 months no problems only issue would be hard to see water level 9/10..:-)

Great iron, and as soon as I teach the missus how to use it, will be even better!

Ive got this - absolutely amazing iron defo recommend!

Make sure every 6 months you fill it with white vinget and run the cleaning cycle, keep it working like new...

I've got this iron and just done the cleaning hobby and it works just like new....

What an odd looking iron!!

We bought this iron and its as good an iron as we have ever had, the only down side is that it is a little on the heavy side, but well worth the money. Heat added

Thanks

Cold not a I-ron.

Oh wait.

Not used to paying a lot for a steam iron, but then again we do tend to buy them often as the ones that we do end up with usually leak.

Anyone who has had this iron for quite a while could they please comment on how it holds up in terms of water leakage or steam burps and spits etc..?

I opted for this one at sainsburys this week for £29.99. Similar specs and only 100W less in power which I don't think will make a difference.
m.hotukdeals.com/dea…129

bman

I opted for this one at sainsburys this week for £29.99. Similar specs … I opted for this one at sainsburys this week for £29.99. Similar specs and only 100W less in power which I don't think will make a difference.http://m.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-gc3320-32-steamglide-iron-sainsburys-29-99-instore-online-1434129



the 4410/02 is a "which" magazine best buy with 75%. Admittedly they havent a review of the 3320 but one philips only get 39% so its not quite as simple as just the wattage. Seen as you will probably have this for 10 years its (IMO) better to pay a few quid extra!

Had a 4413 for a few years now and it still works like a dream. Similar specs to this one and I would say for the money you can't go too wrong.

Oh and the weight is a good thing I think

Thx for posting this. Needed a replacement.

Had this iron for a while with no complaints from the missus, so I presume it's pretty good

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B003SX13WA/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used

Under £50 can not go wrong with deionised water

cheeky_chops

the 4410/02 is a "which" magazine best buy with 75%. Admittedly they … the 4410/02 is a "which" magazine best buy with 75%. Admittedly they havent a review of the 3320 but one philips only get 39% so its not quite as simple as just the wattage. Seen as you will probably have this for 10 years its (IMO) better to pay a few quid extra!



Look at the specs. They are very similar. If you want to pay extra for negligible differences, that's fine. It's got the same sole plate, same steam function, calc cleaner, even power cord.

This has been marked half price for ages, its even in the Argos autumn winter catalogue page 943, so I'm not sure if its a deal.

Seems like a good deal. Need to replace my iron as its started leaking around the top when its stood on its end, it comes out around the power light which seems worrying....

Is it wrong that I'm tempted to go for the 4890/02 from Amazon instead, because it looks cool in black!
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