Can collect for free at Sainsbury's stores as well.
All Iron Discounts, Offers and Sale - May 2020
I have a Polti, and from Costco, seven years old now. Thoroughly recommended. Almost makes ironing pleasurable with it's continuous steam capability. Just be careful to empty it before you put it away. Else, just as I discovered after a "where's that brown sludge coming from?!" moment - you'll spend half a day descaling the boiler!!
Warranty on the boiler system (solenoid valve/boiler/inlet connection), only valid if product registered within 30 days of its purchase. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Polti-Vaporella-XT100C-generator-maintenance/dp/B078X5XZP9/ref=sxts_sxwds-bia-wc-p13n1_0?cv_ct_cx=polti&dchild=1&keywords=polti&pd_rd_i=B078X5XZP9&pd_rd_r=710c496c-6b0f-41f0-9a6a-c96d81871629&pd_rd_w=ko82p&pd_rd_wg=wFrGo&pf_rd_p=3706c3bd-3266-4c7b-88b8-55890dca63c0&pf_rd_r=TY0C0KY1HHYAEFN3161H&psc=1&qid=1590760378&sr=1-1-e4abe256-0722-424e-a8a3-6caa9bba7df8
10 years warranty?
Decent reviews on Amazon, and 1 years manufacturers warranty.
i bought a polti around the £350 mark from Amazon and registered for the 10yr warranty. so far so good but only a year old thus far...
Good recovery ;)
farm could be one of them nearby restaurants,takeways etc
These are poor. Will fail outside of warranty. Avoid.
Can anyone recommend a better one for similar money
Yes.... They test them.
Hello folks i have received mine today. And it is kinda wet? Did your ones had water drops everywhere too?
The lead on our new RH Iron is about 1•5 metres shorter than our previous Phillip's. Is this the trend or for cost trimming?
Glad I’m not the only one!
Just bought this iron yesterday, delivered today. I bought it mainly because it looked good (lol) I looked at so many different irons around that price range and couldn't decide so went for one that went with my front room. I'm not proud of it, but needed to get it off my chest (lol)
As a point of reference, £69 on the bay.... these Philips steam generators are naff, Bosch all day
which model? (if you don't mind me asking)
Thanks, ordered (y)
It worked now but only if I select collect at store
When amazon actually sold it tho it had an average price of £81.75 and a low of £58.99.
Thank you. I have ordered
I bought one of these and I'm a man. And it happens to be one of the best things I've bought, it's an excellent machine.
No this one is actually very good, it is a little expensive but all the good ones are.
Women must be daft to pay this for an iron
I recommend this machine highly, very powerful and effective. I brought this from currys a few months ago for £199 when this was on sale.
Now £23 - EXPIRED?
Oos i think
just what i need now, a bargain to replace my faulty iron.
I subscribed to "Steam" for the games and have become iron price aware and this is steaming hot price believe me harhar
Dont deal with these idiots. I bought an iron from them last week (from a deal on HUKD). They took money and confirmed order only to send me a cancellation email two days later and Iam still waiting for a refund.
I think it's ok had for over a year, paid about £20 odd delivered from a Robert Dyas deal on here I think. Personally I don't iron bedsheets. It's no problem for t-shirts, shirts, jeans etc
It's on in Asda for £49.95, I got it about a month back when my local Asda was clearing stock, I paid £14.95, it's ok for the things like bedsheets, kids summer clothes but with anything thicker it fails to get the creases out.
Any better alternatives in this price range? Preferably via amazon as based in ROI
Yep, agree this is a great iron when it works, but ours has gone kaput for the second time. Fortunately still within warranty so will be returned and exchanged when Argos reopens fully.
This is a GREAT "first iron" to give as a present to someone moving away from home for the first time (male or female). The nearest thing to an idiot-proof iron you could wish for. Forget to switch it off and burn a hole through the table? Nah, this one switches itself off when it detects that it isn't being used. It has an extremely precise electronic temperature sensor and not a thermo-mechanical one. It will do jeans - but a hotter iron does them faster, at the risk of mistakes. So, kids off to uni or their first flat? Give them one of these... The price is excellent too. Oh, the base will scratch more easily than a plain ceramic coating. But the tourmaline does tick the Voodoo science box...
Thanks Mate bought one. Hoping its in good condition...
if you don't mind something from amazon warehouse they have Morphy Richards Power Steam Generator Iron 333300 with Intellitemp Steam Generator No Burns Guaranteed 2600w https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B07BB5NF42/ref=dp_olp_all_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=all for £20 instead of the 119.99 new price.....not up on my irons but i think its a better iron
guys it seems the offer was for yesterday only sorry...
i bought it yesterday from their ebay website for 199K..... maybe the offer was for a day only i dont know!
Why is showing £429 when I click the link?
Seems like a lot of money for a small appliance, I guess
Good price, not sure why people are voting cold.
This actually is a great deal. Good find
Lol slightly more essential than a toaster don’t you think?
I have that toaster and it broke after a couple of months. . Now we have to hold button down with finger until toast is done.
I saw this in the daily pick, and actually thought it was an essential curry bundle. Then spent a moment wondering how you cook a curry on an iron. Clearly the lockdown is having a greater impact on my mind than I thought! Good deal though.
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I got the cancellation email but it’s just been delivered now.
Ive had the same email about the 9660 I’ve ordered but I checked the tracking link and it shows on it’s way. Will see if it comes or not.
I successfully ordered this iron on the day deal was posted, used with first time order discount too, received confirmation email, money was taken etc. So I was exited for it to arrive, but instead I just got email now saying my order has been cancelled. There’s no reason included (confused) I checked the website and it still seems to be in stock, I’m so upset ! Has anyone else had their orders cancelled ?:S
Not sure what difference it would make I went for the higher model as here, rrp is £450 but got it for a little over 267. Absolute dream of an iron and cheapest I’ve ever seen it.
It is 2100 watt. Rest of the PerectCare irons are 2400 watt. Dont know whether this is an important point to consider or not.
Haha you’ve got a keeper
Yes my Mrs agrees with you.. Says she wouldn't go back to a normal iron again...me I've no idea ;)
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
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 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.
It’s seems like the price has gone up
I’ve ordered so fingers crossed 🤞🏼 Thank you
Mine said it shipped but then shortly after got an email that said cancelled. It arrived today. I did wonder whether the cancellation email was wrongly generated by their system as there was some odd text/code in the body of the email.
I have received mine.
Same price on amazon. Russell Hobbs Supreme Steam Traditional Iron 23060, 2400 W, Purple/White https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GFPWTI4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_CgVXEb4NZJE2G
Whilst I'm no expert on irons, I'd definitely recommend the cordless Silvercrest one that Lidl do. Cost about £15 and is a cracking iron for the price. Not that I've used it much in the last 5 weeks though. :D
I just want to know the best iron full stop. No cordless
Looks like the base of a kettle!
JL £35, good as got no wire but heat holding very short time.
Good find OP for the price - I was about to buy, but will steer clear after checking it on Which.co.uk, summarised as follows: "Which? verdict: Not worth the hype For those looking to ditch the cord, this Morphy Richards 303250 EasyCharge steam iron could be ideal. It's claimed to give you the performance of a traditional steam iron without restricting you with a power cable, but will it really make light work of your laundry basket? ... ...our Morphy Richards 303250 EasyCharge review. Pros Easy to useHeats up quicklyLarge soleplateCordless iron Cons Limescale builds up quicklyNo way of attaching the iron to the baseHeavy when fullCreases reappear after ironing"
I bought a tower cordless and so far so good, dont think we will get corded again. Like someone said put it back on base unit, move your clothes and it heated up again ready to go. Gives about 25 to 30 secs of heat for me
I have the Russel Hobbs version and its really good. Use it every morning to iron my shirts. Makes Ironing easy and quick. No annoying cord. Yes it loses heat when you take it off charge but its still very hot and you just put it back on charge when your moving the clothes to iron another side. Haven't tested the Morphy Richards one just giving my opinion on the cordless function. https://www.very.co.uk/russell-hobbs-freedom-cordless-ironnbsp23300/1600103808.prd?utm_campaign=other&awc=3090_1587731913_1357ddff563699c337617f59a438b83b&aff=awin&affsrc=74988&cm_mmc=awin-_-74988-_-Comparison+Engine-_-0_3643930877&utm_source=awin&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_term=Kelkoo_74988&utm_content=na
Thanks, will take a look
Can recommend the Philips Perfect Care.... the steam output is 50% higher than this and can wizz through a mountain of ironing with ease. There is a pro (or elite version??) but not sure of the differences, probably minor. John Lewis is a good place to look, anything with max continuous of 180g/min and a steam shot of 600+ would be what I would recommend. Prices not that much more, think we paid around £450ish
Which would you recommend if money wasn’t a consideration
Heat added, but £150 is about the right price for this particular model; this puts it in the same price bracket as other Phillips and Bosch with similar performance. £300 is well over priced, there are much better models for circa £300. This model is fairly average on performance, but as I said, you need to spend double for a decent one... hence heat added depending upon need and amount of ironing etc.