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Philips Azur GC4890/02 Steam Iron with Anodilium Technology Soleplate, 2600 Watt - Black

by Philips

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  • Fast and powerful crease removal—2600 watt, 50g/min steam output, 170g/min steam boost
  • Durable, scratch-resistant anodilium soleplate
  • Pointed tip and elongated steam slots allows you to use steam in hard-to-reach areas
  • Drip-stop system allows you to steam iron delicate fabrics at low temperatures without water droplets
  • Features a 2 year worldwide guarantee

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 1.6 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.3 Kg
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  • Item model number: GC4890/02
  • ASIN: B0093IZNFW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Jan 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (799 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,227 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Product Description

Philips Azur GC4890/02 Steam iron with 50g continuous steam and 200g steam boost

Ironing perfection and safety day after day with Philips Azur

This powerful Philips Azur iron is a power tool for ironing with more steam and the most robust soleplate of all irons. Nothing can scratch this iron while it glides smoothly over your garment. The powerful steam boost helps you to blast all creases away easily. Together with its powerful steam performance and its Anodilium soleplate, for constant high steam output, it gives you all you need for ideal results. This range is designed to provide long lasting results and faster crease removal.

Philips Azur is designed for ironing perfection -- faster crease removal and long lasting results. The Philips SteamGlide soleplate glides smoothly and easily across all fabrics, reaching into the trickiest of areas with its pointed tip with button groove. Built for optimal performance day after day, this reliable iron will not let you down. Its high steam output delivers powerful consistent steam for ideal results, every time. Some models also come with a handy heat resistant storage box for extra safety and convenient storage.

Philips Brand Promise

Philips is a Global Ironing Brand with over 75 years expertise in ironing technology and innovation.

Features

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Powerful steam for faster crease removal

Steam output is measured in grams of weight as it leaves the soleplate. The heavier the output the deeper the steam can reach into the fabric layers for longer lasting crease removal. This steam iron has a powerful continuous steam output of 50g per minute for consistently fast results and a 200g steam boost for deep crease removal. Thanks to the carefully crafted soleplate design, the steam is distributed evenly across the soleplate. This way you need fewer ironing strokes to evenly moisten the garment and therefore less time to complete the ironing.

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Vertical Steam

The iron can be used vertically and the steam is powerful enough to be used to iron out creases from curtains or hanging clothes for example suit jackets or dresses that might need a refresh.

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Anodilium soleplate

Anodilium soleplate is one of the best Philips soleplate for your steam iron. It has great scratch resistance, glides excellent and is easy to clean. It also has excellent durability.

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Double Active Calc System

Double Active Calc system of your Philips steam iron prevents scale build-up through anti scale pills and an easy to use calc clean function. Make sure you regularly use this function after every 10 uses to extend the lifetime of your iron.

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Drip-stop system

The Drip Stop system of your Philips steam iron lets you iron delicate fabrics at low temperatures without having to worry about stains from water droplets. Water tank capacity: 350ml, with a Max. water level marker on the tank to avoid over filling.

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Spray

The spray function produces a fine mist that evenly moistens the fabric making it easier to iron out creases.

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Safety auto off

The appliance shuts off automatically when left unattended. If it is left on it's heel rest it will switch off in 8 minutes. When left on the soleplate or on the side, it only takes 30 seconds before the iron shuts off.

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Power

Power efficient at 2600W.

Which Philips Azur iron is best for me?

Continuous steam output
40 grams
50 grams
50 grams
50 grams
50 grams
30 grams
Steam boost
130 grams
190 grams
200 grams
200 grams
200 grams
160 grams
Vertical steam
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Drip stop
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Easy de-calc clean solution
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Safety auto off
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Water tank capacity
350ml
350ml
350ml
350ml
335ml
250ml
Ironing time between refills
Up to 45 mins
Over 3.5 hours
Over 3.5 hours
Over 2.5 hours
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-
Soleplate
SteamGlide
SteamGlide
Anodilium
SteamGlide
SteamGlide
Anodilium
Steam tip
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cord power length
3m
2.5m
2.5m
2.5m
2.5m
2.4m
Cord storage
-
Cord clip
Cord clip
Cord clip
Cord clip
-
Power
2400 watts
2600 watts
2600 watts
2600 watts
2600 watts
2000 watts
Accessory
-
-
-
-
-
Holding base

Box Contains

1 Water Jug and Directions for use

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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400 of 413 people found the following review helpful By Su TOP 100 REVIEWER on 22 Oct 2011
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I've been using this iron for about a month and I am absolutely delighted with it.

After reading the user guide (which appears to be generic and dependent on the user to sort out which of the possible options is included with their iron) to see if there was anything specific I needed to do before using it, the iron was plugged in and set to work.

The first thing of note is the water tank, which has see-through sides - so you can see your water level rather than having to swing the iron around and judge by the sloshing sound inside. It is 335mls in size, so you should not have to stop ironing as many times in order to refill it. Which brings me to my second item of note.

There are 6 steam settings on the iron; however, if you need to add more water to the tank you must make sure that the steam setting is at zero for your own safety. Obviously, the higher the steam setting the more water you will use, so being able to see the water level is important.

The steam is at a base power of 50g/min with a 170g/min steam boost. Not being technically minded I'm not sure about these figures but I can say it is powerful enough to steam velvet successfully.

Using the iron is easy. The controls are, thankfully, very straightforward. Once you have plugged it in and switched it on, you turned the control disc under the handle to the type of material that you are ironing and the temperature light will indicate when the iron has reached the correct heat.

If you need steam then you push the slider to the strength of continuous steam that you need, or press the button for a short burst of steam. You also have the ability to spray some water from the iron to aid with any stubborn creases.

The cable is 2.
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215 of 222 people found the following review helpful By Chris Hoare TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Sep 2011
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Its funny everything I buy these days uses less energy; or is more efficient; except for my new Iron. A year ago I reviewed the previous Azur and was impressed by its steam generating ability and how much lighter it was than my considerably older iron. In 2011 the New GC4890 Azur uses 200 Watts more power taking it to 2600 Watts; which is almost a 10% increase over the previous model and a poke in the eye for mother earth. Having now used a more powerful Iron I am more convinced that having more power in your iron makes quite a big difference when using it. Its immediately noticeable in two places; it heats up very quickly and its able to generate an awful lot of steam without stopping. Both of these mean that the Iron is on power for less time so hopefully balances out the extra power required.

To my eyes the GC4890 Azur has a nicer design than the last model (and the black and silver colour scheme looked good.) The controls are clear and easy to read with bold red on black. I think the water tank is overly fiddly to use - there is a seal to stop it leaking back out and I don't think it opens far enough as the door gets in the way of the spout when you are filling the iron. The baseplate on my Iron is new so it glides really well as they all do last years ceramic base plate held up well; hopefully the new Anodilium baseplate is a step forward but only time will tell.

Once you have filled the tank you are ready to go; setting the temperature and plugging it in it heats up very quickly and seems able to generate steam in under a minute. One big step forward with this iron is you have more control over the temperature and there are clear indicators if the temperature is changing on the handle.
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152 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Jules on 4 Mar 2013
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This review is from someone who used to hate ironing! Really hate it. I always had Tefal irons before and more top of the range so not cheap. Dropped the last one, broke the bottom moulding so the hunt for a new one started. Was going to replace with yet another Tefal but after reading reviews on this one, decided to give it a go.

Took a long time to take a chance (let's face it, that's what we do after reading the reviews!) on the Philips Azur, but it really is good.

First the bad points (what iron could be perfect when you hate ironing?). I was surprised that so few reviewers on here mentioned the noise the iron makes. Maybe their old irons were the same (the Tefals were never noisy)? The Azur is fine when horizontal ie ironing, but when it goes upright there is a loud sizzling/steaming/crackling sound, presumably when the water remaining inside hits the metal plate. It doesn't last for long though, but it does happen every time the iron is placed upright. This really annoyed me at first, but the Azur irons so well that I have to forgive it this irritation.

Another oddity is the handle which feels slightly oily even though there is no oil on it.

The other major problem (as many other reviewers have noted) is the red on black for the heat dial/controls. If your eyesight isn't what it used to be then watch out, you really will find it hard to see the dial settings. Not a problem for me as I iron most items at the same temperature so don't need to change it that often.

Iron reaches a good temperature. Haven't needed to put it on top setting yet and advise starting low until you get a feel for the thermostat on it.

Good length of heavy cable. Some reviewers don't seem to like this. I don't find it gets in the way at all.
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