Philips GC4412 Azur Precise Reviews
Product Type: Philips irons & sewing machines
Description:Model ID GC-4412 /
Newest Review: ... been a nightmare - forever dripping dirty water on to my ironing. However this model has an anti drip feature. When I took ... more
Customer Philips GC4412 Azur Precise Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/08/10, updated on 03/08/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I recently purchased this iron from Argos after it came out well in the Which Report. I didn't want to spend a fortune so was pleased it was half price and therefore looked like a good iron for the money. I had had a Phillips Iron previously which had been a nightmare - forever dripping dirty water on to my ironing. However this model has an anti drip feature. When I took it out of the box I was surprised by how heavy it felt - but once ironing you don't notice this. It is a good size and makes easy work of my ironing. It has a very long cord which I found really useful - you don't need to be right next to a plug socket. It is easy to fill with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/10 (Very useful, 221 readings)
After an unfortunate experience, when I had to return a previous new range Ionic Philips iron as 'faulty' I purchased the GC4412 which was an earlier model and on offer at half price at Homebase for a little over £35.00. You can get it on Amazon for about £30 today. It is an excellent iron and, although it doesn't have the features of the new Philips Ionic range, I find it is much easier to use. The Ionic range are very heavy irons and really not suitable for anybody who has shoulder, arm, wrist or hand problems. This model is much lighter and still produces copious amounts of steam with six steam levels. It also has a steam boost button ... Read the complete review
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