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Morphy Richards Comfigrip 40728 Steam Iron, Mulberry
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- Tip Technology with a 150g steam shot to tackle creases in awkward places
- Stainless steel soleplate
- Anti-drip and anti-scale systems
- 400ml water tank and 3m power cord
- Can be used vertically for curtains and upholstery
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The Morphy Richards 40728 Comfigrip steam iron features Tip Technology, with a powerful shot of steam to help you tackle tough creases in the most awkward of places.
The large 400ml clear-view water tank and 3m power cable mean this iron is ready to tackle any sized ironing basket. Features include an anti-scale system, an easiglide stainless steel soleplate, rapid heat-up and an anti-drip function.
The Comfigrip 40728 can also be used vertically to freshen up hanging items such as suits and jackets as well as curtains and blinds.
Up to 3 year guarantee*
*Standard one year guarantee can be extended to 3 years by registering your product with Morphy Richards
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waste of money first one stopped heating uo now second one done same will not buy another onePublished 23 months ago by margaret mallinson
Unfortunately the iron is too heavy for my shoulder/arthritis so I am sending it back. Seems OK otherwise, though a small amount of the instruction leaflet had been cut off.Published on 15 Feb. 2014 by KaznMart
Good value for money arrived on time and it does not spurt out dirty water. like a lot of steam iron. Would purchase again.Published on 9 Jan. 2014 by Dylan
My son-in-law dropped my old iron! I wanted the same model as I found it to be excellent. Slides over the material, easily adjusted, and a good long flex.Published on 2 Aug. 2013 by Doris
Good price but I think you have to be really lucky and pay a lot more for a good iron. Lets face it ladies its a pain ironing, as long as the family have no complaints then im... Read morePublished on 24 July 2013 by Deborah O'Neill
A little heavier than our previous iron, iron's well, uses more water than previous iron but gives good steamed finish, so far so good.Published on 13 July 2013 by Mr. R. Perch