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Philips GC4526/87 Azur Performer Plus Steam Iron with 210 g Steam Boost, 2600 W - Black [Energy Class A] @ Amazon £39.99
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Philips GC4526/87 Azur Performer Plus Steam Iron with 210 g Steam Boost, 2600 W - Black [Energy Class A] @ Amazon £39.99

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  • Faster with more steam: With up to 50g/minute continuous steam and 210g steam boost for faster crease removal on multi-layers and thicker fabrics
  • Easy fill water tank: The 300 ml tank has a sideways opening door for easier use
  • Easier ironing: Smooth gliding, scratch resistant soleplate for effortless ironing across all fabrics
  • Long life steam performance with built-in calc container that prevents calc from settling
  • Peace of mind: 2 years worldwide warranty
  • Item weight: 1.575 kg
  • Power cord length : 2.5 m
  • Power : 2600W, 240V
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I have this iron and it’s rubbish, temperature fluctuates and seems to cool down too much before the thermostat cuts in to heat it back up, steam generation is also poor
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I have this iron and it’s rubbish, temperature fluctuates and seems to cool down too much before the thermostat cuts in to heat it back up, steam generation is also poor
I have this too, irons fine but the rubber under the handle came away.
I have been using this from 2 years.... good iron
Seems to be this price pretty much everywhere. Rrp on Amazon should always be ignored
Cable on this is a pain in the arse, always coils up.
mds12564 h, 14 m ago

I have this iron and it’s rubbish, temperature fluctuates and seems to c …I have this iron and it’s rubbish, temperature fluctuates and seems to cool down too much before the thermostat cuts in to heat it back up, steam generation is also poor


Thanks for the heads up, was just about to buy this.
I’ve had this iron a couple of years and can’t fault it. I doubt you’d find better for the price.
I used to be the biggest fan of Philips irons. I had this one, temperature was all over the place and steam hardly worked.
chunk198543 m ago

Seems to be this price pretty much everywhere. Rrp on Amazon should …Seems to be this price pretty much everywhere. Rrp on Amazon should always be ignored


Yeah I ran a check on Camelcamelcamel and the highest it's ever been is £79.99 and the lowest is £34.99. Would upload a screenshot but I deleted it.

The thing is for all the good reviews the ones that are 'most helpful' show negative like brown liquid coming out of it. I'm sure they just got bad irons or have hard water to build up limescale etc. That's all I can think of. I've looked at a lot of highly rated irons and steam generators and they all their bad reviews but the good outnumber them.
300ml tank is small. Power output is nothing special. I don't get why this is £40 when better specified ones are less.
I have this iron and while I loved it for six months it then started dripping out brown fluid (I use ironing water and clean regularly!) the rubber on the handle all wore away and the cord just wraps around itself like a coiled snake. Can’t stand it.
I’ve had mines for a year and no issues. Irons creases very well.

You can can find a £90 iron and still has a lot of negative reviews. It’s always a gamble with Irons/Kettles/Washing Machine and Fridges. Their prone to electrical and mechanical issues.
we have this iron and the rubber part under the handle came away. steam button has failed also.
Had an Azur for at least 5 years. No problem with it!
Personally had a few issues with this after a few years of owning. Seemed to stop any form of steam!

Since upgraded to a Tefal Stream Generator and they are miles better than a standard iron.
chunk19854 h, 26 m ago

Seems to be this price pretty much everywhere. Rrp on Amazon should …Seems to be this price pretty much everywhere. Rrp on Amazon should always be ignored


It isn’t Amazon’s RRP that should be ignored it is Philips. I can’t think of a single product of theirs that isn’t reduced by at least 50% at some time or other.:{
Davison8928/04/2019 14:47

Cable on this is a pain in the arse, always coils up.


I've had the complete opposite experience, the cable is anti-kiink or something as it does not coil up, lol

Having had a philips ceramic for 10years (given away) I thought I would be disappointed in going back to a steel plate, but it is actually not bad, a good weight, works and have had no problems for the 6 months of having this. Brought £35
Just bought this for £55 from Curry’s yesterday. Too late for me but good deal
Had this iron 2 years and have had no issues. Works flawlessly. It's important to clean the limescale filter and flush the iron occasionally following the instructions.
stevelorek12 m ago

Just bought this for £55 from Curry’s yesterday. Too late for me but good d …Just bought this for £55 from Curry’s yesterday. Too late for me but good deal


You can return it if not used
OperateOnMe28/04/2019 19:08

I've had the complete opposite experience, the cable is anti-kiink or …I've had the complete opposite experience, the cable is anti-kiink or something as it does not coil up, lolHaving had a philips ceramic for 10years (given away) I thought I would be disappointed in going back to a steel plate, but it is actually not bad, a good weight, works and have had no problems for the 6 months of having this. Brought £35


The iron itself is decent but I've had 2 of the same model as I sent the first one back with the wires being exposed after coiling up, the second one is starting to do the same, I'm going wireless after this.
Davison8912 m ago

The iron itself is decent but I've had 2 of the same model as I sent the …The iron itself is decent but I've had 2 of the same model as I sent the first one back with the wires being exposed after coiling up, the second one is starting to do the same, I'm going wireless after this.


I have the same problem with one of my iron
Edited by: "anonymous." 28th Apr
I've had this for a couple years, really impressed with it, good steam and heat which makes taking out even deep creases a breeze. The only could of faults for me are that the cord could have been slightly longer and the water runs out fairly quickly.
Edited by: "Kay135" 28th Apr
j8ulia11 h, 27 m ago

I have this too, irons fine but the rubber under the handle came away.



j8ulia11 h, 27 m ago

I have this too, irons fine but the rubber under the handle came away.


i have the model up and was shocked when it wore away after weeks,had 2 replacements and same thing happened,one of the best irons ever and i didn't want to send it back,got another one and only use it while wearinga very thin jewellers glove,had it for a year and no wearing,great iron,but terrible idea to put a delicate thin layer of silicone on the handle.
We have one of these and I haven't noticed any improvement in performance over our previous Philips iron, which cost about £20. It's big and heavy, which I don't like, and I think the temperature dial is too large (my fingers sometimes knock it). We won't be buying another one.

Good price for those who want one, though - voted HOT.
Ordered for my son who’s joining the military. Thanks heat added.
Avoid, mine lasted three months and Amazon won't take back. Have to get in touch with Phillips for a repair
It’s a good iron:)
I've got this one and hate it,doesn't work well. Looking for a replacement
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