Philips GC7320 Reviews
Product Type: Philips irons & sewing machines
Description:Brand: Philips / Cord Type: Corded / Vertical Steaming: With Vertical Steaming / Type: Steam Iron / Soleplate Material: ... more
Newest Review: ... water, one of the few good points). When the iron itself is picked up from the base its actually very light, feels a bit ... more
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Customer Philips GC7320 Reviews (5)
by - written on 14/06/10 (Very useful, 148 readings)
Having read the reviews on dooyoo and Argos about this particular iron, I was eager to go and buy it. I have always wanted a steam generator iron having heard excellent things about them. The Philips steam iron is blue as you can see in the picture, but rather than just being a normal iron, it has a base unit attached to the iron which one fills with water and steam is generated through the iron. The iron itself has the usual settings of an iron with labels such as cotton, wool, nylon on the temperature settings so that you can work out which temperature you need to use to iron your garments. I think it is standard but as I have never owned a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10, updated on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 144 readings)
Before choosing my first steam generator iron I checked out the Which guide for some advice. Their best buys were all coming in at close to £200. The best ones came in at 84% and 83% in the ratings - but close behind were the Phillips GC7330 and GC7230 respectively. And given these were more than £100 cheaper than their nearest rivals, they were much nearer my price range. I picked up the cheaper of the two - the GC7320 - on Amazon for about £84. It's a pretty chunky machine so I'd recommend investing in a sturdy ironing board which is specifically big enough for a steam generator iron if you are thinking about getting one of these. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/11 (Useful, 37 readings)
I really dislike this iron, I'll admit I dont do a whole load of ironing in a week but I dread using it! Firstly it weighs a fair amount, make sure you have a very strudy ironing board to take the weight, when it's full of water even more so! (holds alot of water, one of the few good points). When the iron itself is picked up from the base its actually very light, feels a bit plasticy but easier on the arms. The real annoyance is the noise! It's so loud people leave the room when watching tv, it lets out random burts of steam that seem unnecessarily harsh and have burnt. Within an hour the whole room has shot up in temperature and the air is moist with steam, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Useful, 43 readings)
This is my second steam generator iron after my first one broke. It is so much better than the first one producing so much more steam, meaning creases just fall straight out. It can be nosiy when generating the steam but I do think this is quite common with steam generator irons. You can also lock the steam button, which is handy. The water tank is very easy to fill via a little gap on the side with a flip down cover, which again is better than the previous one I had. Also the water tank is huge meaning less trips to get more water and cut into your ironing time. The cable tidy is a bit useless as it only has a holder on one side so it does not work at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Somewhat useful, 89 readings)
I bought the Philips GC 7320 in the Jan sales this year, reduced down to a fantastic price of £75.00. I was looking for a iron that was pressurised and offered vertical steam, this offers both. I have now used this iron 3 times and can say it makes such a difference from the normal irons. I have a terrible habit of leaving Ironing to pile up over a few weeks and I find that Jeans can really get some deep creases in them, this jean gets them creases out with one going over them once, but you do need to use the steam function for this. You can either use a steam blast or consisent steam. I use the steam blast as that is all that is needed in my case. The only ... Read the complete review
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