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Which Best Buy Phillips Iron reduced to £39.99 delivered from Currys
Which Best Buy Phillips Iron reduced to £39.99 delivered from Currys

Which Best Buy Phillips Iron reduced to £39.99 delivered from Currys

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one of my new year resolutions was to start ironing, but my old iron has given up the ghost and I couldn't find any decent iron deals on here so had to actually go old (ish ) school and find myself a deal!
this one was the first on the Which best buy list in my price range so I was chuffed to find it reduced at Currys, and its eligible for free delivery or click and collect - now all I need is a cheap maid to use it!

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That's the wife's Valentine's Day present sorted

Had to follow the link to find out what this actually was:

PHILIPS Azur GC4890/02 Steam Iron - Black
Features
Steam output of up to 50 g/min for better crease removal
Continuous steam output of up to 50 g/min gives you the perfect amount of steam to efficiently remove all creases.

2600 W for quick heat-up and powerful performance
2600 W for quick heat-up and powerful performance.

200 g steam boost for the most stubborn creases
Applying the steam boost will release a steam shot up to 200 g to remove even the toughest creases

Scratch-resistant, highly durable Anodilium soleplate
Excellent gliding, excellent scratch resistance, excellent to clean, excellent durability!

Drip-stop system keeps your garments spotless while ironing
Your Philips steam iron's Drip-Stop system lets you iron delicate fabrics at low temperatures without having to worry about stains from water droplets.

Automatically turned off for safety and energy saving
The safety auto-off function automatically switches off the appliance if it has not been used for 5 minutes, to save energy.

Decent reviews on Reevo with 8.7 out of 10 based on 115 reviews.

Doesn't seem to be a lot of places with it still available at quick look but Currys have the best price of what I saw.

very good iron but i always buy them from Argos and take the accident cover. everyone drips irons and they break no matter how good they are

I was going to buy a Philips iron on Amazon as they get rated quite highly but they only have a 2.5metre cable which I find quite restrictive...
Heat added anyway.
Edited by: "gari189" 6th Jan 2015

gari189

I was going to buy a Philips iron on Amazon as they get rated quite … I was going to buy a Philips iron on Amazon as they get rated quite highly but they only have a 2.5metre cable which I find quite restrictive...Heat added anyway.



What do you iron? The floor lol

gari189

I was going to buy a Philips iron on Amazon as they get rated quite … I was going to buy a Philips iron on Amazon as they get rated quite highly but they only have a 2.5metre cable which I find quite restrictive...Heat added anyway.

You can get these incredibly handy things called extensions.

If you have a large ironing board of about 1m long and about 90cm high and have your iron at one end of the ironing board -thats most of your cable length gone already. Leaves 60cm to reach the plug socket so 3m cord would be better - saves faffing around with extension leads.


Edited by: "gari189" 6th Jan 2015
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