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Rowenta Focus

Rowenta Focus

3 Reviews(3)
$69.95
$59.25
$10.70 (15%) cheaper
than 32 days ago
2400.0W
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Philips GC4521

Philips GC4521

$139.70
2600.0W
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Black
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  • Steam Iron
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Panasonic NI-E665S

Panasonic NI‑E665S

$48.22
$43.52
$4.70 (10%) cheaper
than 10 days ago
1600.0W
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Violet
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Tefal GV6720

Tefal GV6720

$242.89
2200.0W
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Steam
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Applica ICR07X

Applica ICR07X

$36.98
1200.0W
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  • Burgundy
  • Grey
  • White
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  • Steam Iron
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Applica ICR2020

Applica ICR2020

$34.98
1200.0W
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  • Green
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TriStar ST-8143

TriStar ST‑8143

$92.53
2200.0W
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  • Purple
  • Wood
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Applica IR2020

Applica IR2020

$32.98
1200.0W
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Elgento E22002

Elgento E22002

$44.45
$37.88
$6.57 (15%) cheaper
than 14 days ago
2000.0W
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TriStar ST-8145

TriStar ST‑8145

$103.55
2600.0W
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  • Blue
  • White
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  • Dry
  • Dry&Steam
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  • Steam
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$489.23
to run over 10 years
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Braun TS755

Braun TS755

$150.00
2400.0W
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  • Lilac
  • Grey
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  • Dry
  • Steam
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Tefal FV5356

Tefal FV5356

$152.55
2400.0W
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Black
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TriStar ST-8147

TriStar ST‑8147

$104.11
2600.0W
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  • Brown
  • White
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Applica IR08X

Applica IR08X

$33.98
1200.0W
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Applica IR1010

Applica IR1010

$25.77
1200.0W
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Andis STI-3

Andis STI‑3

$23.53
1200.0W
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Black
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TriStar ST-8135

TriStar ST‑8135

$86.29
1600.0W
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Panasonic NI-E660SR

Panasonic NI‑E660SR

$34.99
$32.99
$2.00 (6%) cheaper
than 39 days ago
1200.0W
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$225.80
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Choosing the Best Iron for You

Irons are something of a necessity if you want to make sure that your shirts or dresses are neatly pressed, look professional, and are free of any untidy-looking creases or wrinkles. Irons work by heating and loosening the molecules that make up polymer fabrics, making it temporarily more malleable. The weight of the iron and the motion of ironing stretches the material, removing the creases, and the fabric retains its new shape once it cools.

We have a wide variety of irons from many different makers, but it can be hard to choose the model exactly right for you. Here are the two main varieties of iron:

Dry Irons: These are the standard type of iron you're likely to encounter - a wedge-shaped metal plate is heated up to high temperatures, which is then used to press clothes to remove creases. These irons tend to be cheaper than more advanced models, but may not proper handle all different types of clothing.

Steam Irons: These are similar to dry irons, but have a reservoir of water that is built into the iron. This is heated up, generating steam that is dispensed through the hot metal plate on the base of the iron. The steam is necessary for some fabrics such as cotton, which will not react well to dry ironing. However they tend to be more expensive than standard dry irons.

Steam Generator Irons: Finally, we have steam generator irons. These are special irons that have a separate 'steam generator', which is filled with water. This then generates steam, and the iron is placed on top of the generator. The iron is filled with steam, and can then be used as usual. Because the generator is separate, these appliances are both bulkier and lighter than standard steam irons. On the one hand, the steam generator itself is a large and unwieldy device, so the iron will require far more storage room and setup space. However because the iron itself doesn't have to be filled with water, the actual iron is noticeably smaller and lighter than standard steam irons. These also tend to be the most expensive model of iron on the market, but make up for it by having a far larger capacity for steam than their smaller cousins. Generally steam generators can produce up to 2 or 3 times as much steam from a single refill of water, making them far more efficient for large amounts of ironing.

Temperature Control

Most more advanced irons - especially steam irons - have a temperature setting installed on them. This allows the user to maintain a constant temperature for both the metal plate and the steam. This is important because different types of fabrics have different temperature requirements for most effective ironing - it also serves to reduce the risk of damaging or burning delicate clothing.

Steam/Pointed Tip

Irons are usually shaped like a wedge - however some models have an especially pointy tip, which can be useful for getting under buttons, into corners, and generally making sure all parts of the fabric have been taken care of. More advanced models may also have a 'steam tip' - a special steam dispenser in the tip, which can send a burst of steam through the fabric. This is useful for ironing out stubborn creases.

Limescale Filter

Limescale buildup is a problem of frequently used irons, and can reduce the life of your device. Therefore looking for an iron that has a limescale filter built into it can help elongate the life of the appliance, especially if you plan on using it very regularly.

Removable/Easy-to-fill Tank

Finally, some models of steam irons have a water tank that either has a wide mouth, or is entirely removable. These both serve to make the iron easy to refill, and reduce the risk of splashes and accidents when using it.

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