By far not the most expensive iron out there, you can still pay a lot of money and get something inferior to this item. We got this, as it is a, Which? Best buy in its class. It has a long-lasting anti-calcium feature combined with a manual self-clean utility for keeping lime scale build-up to a the lowest. It's easy to use, to fill and simple to clean. Another good feature is the anti-drip arrangement to help avert water droplets forming in at low temperatures and thus spoil the ironing process. If like us, we forget to switch off the unit there is an auto shut-off utility will switch off the unit. It produces large volumes of steam, which in turn gets deep into creases, and thus leaving clothes impeccably smooth. The thin soleplate just glides as it is used, which means you need not have to press down hard to get even results across a garment.
However this iron is heavy, when the tank is full with water. The user may not notice this while it smoothly glides across - when you're ironing. They may, as we did, find it laborious to work with after a while - particularly if you find lifting difficult.You may also find you may need to refill frequently as it goes through steam at reasonable rate.