Redefine ATOMiST Vapour Iron £49.99 delivered w/code @ Morphy Richards
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Redefine ATOMiST Vapour Iron £49.99 delivered w/code @ Morphy Richards

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Found 4th Sep
This has dropped back down for this that have missed it. It jumped back up a good few weeks again now. You'll want to use code SEPT49 at the checkout to get this price.

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Vapour Mist Technology
To remove creases when ironing you require heat, moisture and pressure. The Atomist Iron uses vapour mist technology to deliver moisture when ironing, rather than steam. The fine mist is delivered by a nozzle at the front of the iron and is activated by a trigger under the handle. The vapour mist penetrates deep into fibres and along with the thermoglass soleplate the iron gives the right amount of heat, moisture and pressure to remove creases with ease. As the water for the mist is not heated it will be limescale free always, giving longer lasting performance and no annoying marking of garments.

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A New Way To Iron
This patented technology makes ironing easy and gives your clothes a good finish without the need for steam, using 75 per cent less energy.

Fast Powerful Heat Up
This iron heats up quickly and the impact resistant ceramic glass allows you to see creases disappear as you iron.

Refill Less Often
The removable water tank can be filled straight from the tap, the iron uses 80 per cent less water and gives up to 2 hours continuous ironing time.

Precision Temperature Control
ne-touch heat selection lets you select the right temperature for your clothes with ease.

Auto Shut Off
If the iron has not been used for 10 minutes, the iron will automatically enter standby mode, both for safety and energy saving.

A Better Experience
The vapour mist system is surprisingly quiet and doesn’t create the humidity like steam irons can.

It is also lightweight and ergonomically designed to make your ironing experience easier.

Integrated Cable Tidy
When the product is not in use, the power cable can be stored neatly in the cable tidy located on the back of the water tank.

This is not a steam Iron or a steam generator but uses vapour mist to help with crease removal.

24 Comments

Can anybody who bought this let me know what it's like? Mixed reviews from what I could tell

Am I missing something or is this now £249.99?

Forget I asked that, just saw the code - Thanks

NoveltyCondomHed3 m ago

Am I missing something or is this now £249.99?


"use the code Luke"

SEPT49

Seems a decent price.. reviews aren't great though

I purchased this last year. Great buy!
i like the glass bottom, and the lights that come on when ironing

Jimdabod4 h, 24 m ago

Can anybody who bought this let me know what it's like? Mixed reviews from …Can anybody who bought this let me know what it's like? Mixed reviews from what I could tell

I bought it last time around. It is an adequate iron. Worth approx £40 in my mind. I'm ok with having paid £50 but wow I would be upset if I had paid the rrp of £250. I regret buying it and wish I had gone for a wireless iron instead. Also we are on our second as first one broke within a month (Morphy Richards happily replaced it fast).

please don't! There is a reason this code works and they want you to know about it.

I got one and it was a great looking iron, but pants at doing any ironing - went straight back and i lost my shipping payment.

Jimdabod4 h, 48 m ago

Can anybody who bought this let me know what it's like? Mixed reviews from …Can anybody who bought this let me know what it's like? Mixed reviews from what I could tell

I wasn't initially impressed but it is great for ironing shirts. That being said, I would never in a million years pay £250 for it. £50 is the max I would pay.

Got one for my mum. She gave it back told its
no good at all. Looks very nice but thats all

great looking rubbish iron,
keep away

This was designed for ironing the emperors new clothes

DREWDRAWS10 h, 48 m ago

This was designed for ironing the emperors new clothes


Any deals on the emperors new clothes to go with the iron?

WilliamRevell14 h, 15 m ago

I bought it last time around. It is an adequate iron. Worth approx £40 in …I bought it last time around. It is an adequate iron. Worth approx £40 in my mind. I'm ok with having paid £50 but wow I would be upset if I had paid the rrp of £250. I regret buying it and wish I had gone for a wireless iron instead. Also we are on our second as first one broke within a month (Morphy Richards happily replaced it fast).


Is there a particular cordless iron you'd been considering instead. Thinking of getting the Mrs a new iron and not inspired by the prospect of researching Irons

Cordless is old tech the victorians had the cast "iron"

I bought one last time it was on offer. At £50 it's decent. At £250 you would be livid. Design over function in my opinion. But it irons better than the jml gold Phoenix thing I had so I can't moan at £50.
Edited by: "ccraiggould" 5th Sep

I have one of these and its crap - creates more creases than it gets rid of as it doesn't glide well over clothes. Don't be tempted by that RRP - its nonsense (at least in my eyes)

Good price but don't be fooled by the £249 price tag its available on amazon for £90.

Mentos7 h, 5 m ago

Is there a particular cordless iron you'd been considering instead. …Is there a particular cordless iron you'd been considering instead. Thinking of getting the Mrs a new iron and not inspired by the prospect of researching Irons

No sorry. Had a cordless one before but I got rid of it when I got this one. wish I hadn't and can't remember the brand!

hash851122 h, 34 m ago

I purchased this last year. Great buy!i like the glass bottom, and the …I purchased this last year. Great buy!i like the glass bottom, and the lights that come on when ironing


yes - agreed and no arguments. However this is for ironing, can you please let me know if this is any worth to buy (in terms of how it removes crease with ease) ?

DREWDRAWS7 h, 15 m ago

Cordless is old tech the victorians had the cast "iron"


In some of the developing nations, this is still a technology in use.

prisat5th Sep

yes - agreed and no arguments. However this is for ironing, can you please …yes - agreed and no arguments. However this is for ironing, can you please let me know if this is any worth to buy (in terms of how it removes crease with ease) ?


It works well, we've used it on different materials including prints.
However, you do need to have a decent iron board (default).

I purchased one previously on a deal...Really not worth the money, save your cash as you will be disappointed....takes an eternity to try an iron anything !

Rubbish ! Do not bother !
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