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*-*-*-*-*-*Absolutely brilliant iron for every home*-*-*-*-*-*,
This review is from: Philips GC8320/02 Pressurised Ironing System, 1.4 Litre Water Tank (Kitchen & Home)
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)Stunning design and brilliant application of science come together in this powerful steam iron from Phillips, one of the best known and most respected companies in the world.
Its lightweight, easy to hold with ergonominic handle design, and really delivers a powerful punch with a mighty 110 grammes of steam delivered a minute for fast crease removal, and an even more incredible and powerful 150 grammes a minute for tough and troublesome creases and hems.
It has an impressive 2 minute start up time, ideal for those last minute dashes to work when you discover you have dripped breakfast down your front!
You can even iron and freshen up curtains while they are hanging with the extra long cord linking the iron and water reservoir giving you a previously unobtainable finish.
The sole plate of the iron has had a new design, and is now called 'SteamGlide', an apt name for the almost frictionless base which lets you glide througn stubborn fabrics with ease, even textured fabrics and heavily creased linens.
Finally, the detatchable water reservoir has also had a new make over with an amazing 1.4litre capacity, which gives you up to three hours (phew!) of ironing time on a single fill which you can, incidentally, fill straight from the tap!
So... in conclusion this is a fantastic bit of kit, well worth the money and you will be more 'time rich' as it frees you from the hours stuck behind the ironing board.
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Initial post: 31 May 2010 10:37:38 BDT
Thanks for the review Philips! ....now can we have some genuine reviews from actual buyers please....?
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Jun 2010 12:17:14 BDT
Payer Taxis says:
Don't give up your day job indeed...marketing for Philips? Slinky is spot on!
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