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    02/06/2011

Irons


Irons: Buying Guide

Just like washing your clothes, ironing them also would call for a perfect time and planning because this process usually requires lots of hard work andit still remains time consuming. However with the advancement of technology and research ironing clothes would be very easy if you got your hand on the right iron. So, here are some guidelines to buy the right iron.

- Old style press iron
This type of iron is great if you really want to pay attention to detail and very cheap. However, it is very heavy and requires constant attention because you could end up burning a hole on your shirt because of its low heat control feature. This type of iron is getting pretty hard to find if you are looking for one.

- Steam press iron
This type of iron is great to remove any wrinkle on your shirt. It normally comes with different type of steam spray, so be sure to look for the one with the most steam feature such as high burst to help you ironing tough wrinkle on thick fabric. You also should consider the water tank in the iron, if it is too small, it will require you to constantly filling up more water and too big equal to heavier ironing experience.

- Steam generator iron
This type of iron is getting more popular now because it could iron on any surface and eliminate the use of the ironing table. It can remove wrinkles on your curtains and bed sheets without having to remove them. This will definitely save you lots of time if you are a busy person.

- I recommend you to go for the ceramic flat irons (cordless) as more comfortable and faster.
- Choose ceramic irons because such an iron will slide smoothly when ironing and it is easier to clean, unlike the aluminum plate which will produce some residue, thus needing to be scrubbed.
- Adjustable heat with lots of fabric option is a must, because you do not have the time to calibrate the right amount of heat for different fabric you will be ironing. I hope this simple guide will provide you more than enough information to get the best flat irons.

 
Philips GC 4870/02

Philips GC 4870/02

Philips Irons


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1 review - 7 user opinions - 1 video - 8 photos
Philips Azur GC4870/02 Trusted Reviews — 08-2012

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Russell Hobbs Power steam

Russell Hobbs Power steam

Russell Hobbs Irons


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16 user opinions - 1 news - 2 videos
Russell Hobbs 17877 : Great heavy iron for use on Karate Gi's. Reevoo — 11-2012

Good points: Great heavy iron for use on Karate Gi's. Bad points: Flex is a bit too long and can get in the way

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Russell Hobbs Steamglide

Russell Hobbs Steamglide

Russell Hobbs Irons


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81 user opinions - 1 video - 6 photos
Russell Hobbs 20550-10 Steamglide Pro Iron: Makes ironing bearable! Dooyoo — 02-2014

As do much of the population, I hate ironing. I have gone through many irons in the hope that when I stumble across a great one it will make this mundane, unthankful chore one of life's great...

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Philips GC4850

Philips GC4850

Philips Irons


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1 review - 8 user opinions - 1 news - 5 photos
Philips GC4850/02 Azur Iron Trusted Reviews — 08-2012

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Panasonic NIW910

Panasonic NIW910

Panasonic Irons


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Philips GC4860/02

Philips GC4860/02

Philips Irons


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10 user opinions - 10 photos
Philips Azur GC4860/02: Makes ironing easy the iron just flows over the clothes. Great. Reevoo — 10-2013

Good points: Makes ironing easy the iron just flows over the clothes. Great. Bad points: One minor point, it is easy to catch the temperature control.

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Philips GC4846

Philips GC4846

Philips Irons


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7 photos
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Philips GC2840

Philips GC2840

Philips Irons


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8 user opinions - 1 video - 1 photo
Philips GC2840 : Quite efficent and easy to use. Reevoo — 11-2011

Good points: Quite efficent and easy to use. Bad points: None

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Philips GC 3335/02

Philips GC 3335/02

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Hitachi HSR229

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Philips GC3730 02

Philips Irons


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Philips GC3730/02: worth a buy Dooyoo — 02-2013

I am a bachelor who doesn't have a lot of time on his hands for ironing. After a friend recommended that i should buy a steamer, i saw that this product had great reviews, so i gave it a try. I found...

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Philips GC 4630

Philips GC 4630

Philips Irons


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1 feedback - 1 video
Philips 4630i Iron Ciao — 12-2008

We purchased the Philips GC4639i iron yesterday (27/12/08) and were highly disappointed with its performance. Amongst it's claims were that it made ironing creases out of Cotton and Linen easy and...

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Rowenta PRO MASTER

Rowenta PRO MASTER

Rowenta Irons


3 videos - 3 photos
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Rowenta DW 8010

Rowenta DW 8010

Rowenta Irons


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3 user opinions - 2 photos
Rowenta DW8010: This is my third Rowenta iron and have had Tefal and Philips Azur previously which aren't a patch on this make. Reevoo — 04-2012

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Reliable Irons


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Introduction Well as my job demands that my uniform is " Smart as a carrot" I require a good quality iron. I have had used literally dozens of irons in my time in the forces, and as sad as it may...

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Philips GC 2920

Philips GC 2920

Philips Irons


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1 feedback - 1 video
Philips GC2920 Iron.... Dooyoo — 09-2013

I do not have the best of luck with irons, I remember writing this in a review once before and now that iron has given up on me, hence me writing a review on my new iron, a Phillips model, GC2920. To...

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Singer ESP2

Singer ESP2

Singer Irons


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Rowenta DW1020

Rowenta DW1020

Rowenta Irons


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Morphy Richards Comfigrip 40851

Morphy Richards Comfigrip 40851

Morphy Richards Irons


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2 user opinions
Morphy Richards 40851 Comfigrip: Delighted with this iron. Feels solid and well made. Heavier than those I have had previously, which makes lighter work of the ironing. Longer length cord. Reevoo — 09-2011

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