Tesco IR06 Steam Iron Reviews
Product Type: Tesco irons & sewing machines
Newest Review: ... and immediately reasonable value. Don't expect anything too spectacular with this product, it has a simple design, simple ... more
Customer Tesco IR06 Steam Iron Reviews (11)
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
My boyfriendis currently doing a pgce teacher training course, and as part of his course he spends two days a week in a local secondary school. Naturally, it's important for him to turn up to work looking smart, with a freshly ironed shirt, in order to set a good example for the students. As we prepared to iron his shirt ready for his first day of placement, it became clear that my iron, which had been mainly left in the cupboard for the last couple of years, did not want to work. With it being 7pm and the majority of local shops being shut, the easiest solution was to nip along to Tesco , which has a large electrical section, and grab an iron from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/11, updated on 10/04/11 (Very useful, 148 readings)
When it comes to the noble art of ironing, I'm the first to admit that I have little experience. In fact, it was only during the last decade that I invested in my first iron - the 'Tesco Value IR06'. Being a male I don't need a wealth of extravagant features on my device - I just want it to heat up and be able to press my clothes flat. To be honest, I wasn't even too bothered that it's a steam iron - but then the majority of new irons are these days. Price & Appearance - - - - - - - - - - - - - Costing only £5, the 1110 watt IR06 it actually not the newest of Tesco's Value irons - it has recently been superseded by the equally non-imaginatively ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I heard on the radio the other day that doing the ironing is most peoples least favourite household chore but I think thats mad as I dont mind ironing you can get loads done while watching TV nothing better really. Anyway everyone in my family hates ironing so I end up doing it all and therefore I have to choose which iron to buy and where from so I basically picked the first one I found this "Tesco Value Steam Iron" as I dont know the first thing about irons so anything that looks good is okay with me. Useful Information: Price: Definately Under £10 Stockists: Tesco Power: 1200W For a cheap iron this actually doesnt look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
As I've had nothing but good experiences with the Tesco value range when it comes to household appliances I decided that I'd try out their iron when my previous one was no longer working. The Tesco value household appliances can usually be found in the superstores and it's very rare to find them in the metro or slightly smaller supermarkets. I picked up my Iron for just under £5, this was great at the time as money was tight (like always) and I didn't have much more than that to spare anyway. Compared to other irons on the market the Tesco iron is just a fraction of the price and immediately reasonable value. Don't expect anything too spectacular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
I thought I'd best get an iron for university as my shirts needed to look good for the various placements and formal events I went to. When I did a massive shop in Tesco, I decided to get their value iron and it turned out to be alright! It's certainly not the best iron on the market, but it does it's job and is nice and simple to use. Without an ironing board, I had to use this iron on clothes, which were placed on a folded up towel. It wasn't the best ironing surface so this could have affected the iron's performance! I only ever had one accident with the iron when it fell iron side down onto the carpet and I quickly picked it up but it had bits of fluff all ... Read the complete review
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