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5 Best Irons Under $1,000 in the US - September 2021

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Updated 26 August 2021
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5 best irons under $1,000

What Iron Under $1,000 to Buy in September 2021?

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Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron Swan SI3070N Philips GC299620 Breville VIN310 Conair DPP143
Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron Swan SI3070N Philips GC299620 Breville VIN310 Conair DPP143
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830W
10g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
$70
OVER 5 YEARS
900W
100g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
0.1L
WATER TANK
500g
$76
OVER 5 YEARS
2,400W
40g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
0.32L
WATER TANK
1.3kg
2,400W
40g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
0.25L
WATER TANK
800W
50g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
$67
OVER 5 YEARS
78
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
90
Features
Fully-Featured
87
Popularity
Quite Popular
89
Value for Money
Very Good
98
Running Costs
$70 Over 5 Years
90
Kagoo Score
Excellent
95
Reviews
395 Reviews
87
Features
Fully-Featured
87
Value for Money
Very Good
97
Running Costs
$76 Over 5 Years
87
Kagoo Score
Excellent
87
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
86
Features
Fully-Featured
80
Popularity
Quite Popular
83
Value for Money
Very Good
95
Running Costs
$170 Over 5 Years
85
Kagoo Score
Excellent
97
Reviews
7 Reviews
89
Features
Fully-Featured
88
Value for Money
Very Good
92
Running Costs
$200 Over 5 Years
88
Kagoo Score
Excellent
95
Reviews
114 Reviews
87
Features
Fully-Featured
87
Value for Money
Very Good
97
Running Costs
$68 Over 5 Years
86
Kagoo Score
Excellent
A top of the range and stunningly economical to run 830W traditional iron, with a good price. A classic and stunningly economical to run 900W traditional iron, with a very good spec and a good price. Multiple reviews mentioned that this iron is very easy to use, a very good size and really compact. A fully featured and spectacularly economical to run 2,400W traditional iron, with a reasonable price. A classic and very economical to run 2,400W steam generator iron, with a very good spec and a reasonable price. It has a vertical steam function and features anti-scale system. A stunningly economical to run and classic 800W traditional iron, with a low price and a very good spec. Multiple reviews mentioned that this iron is a good size and very easy to use and lightweight, and easy to handle.
2 Reasons For
Better Kagoo Score
More Shops Are Selling It
2 Reasons For
A Lot More Steam Generating Capacity
Better in Terms of Size
10 Reasons For
Extra Large Water Inlet
0.22L Bigger Water Tank Capacity
Anti-Drip Function
Auto Power Off Function
Spray Function
Steam Boost Function
Vertical Steam Function
Automatic Anti-Calc System
Two Years Newer
Better Brand
3 Reasons For
Vertical Steam Function
Anti-Scale System
User Reviews Are Slightly Better
4 Reasons For
Steam Boost Function
$45 Cheaper
Cheaper to Run by $130 Over Five Years
More Lightweight and Easy to Handle
4 Reasons Against
90% Less Steam Generating Capacity
Older by Over Two Years
$3 More Expensive to Run Over Five Years
Worse Brand
11 Reasons Against
755g Lighter
0.22L Smaller Water Tank Capacity
Not Cordless
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Over Two Years Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 13%
Moderately Lower User Review Score
Moderately Lower Overall Review Score
Worse Brand
Less Lightweight and Easy to Handle
6 Reasons Against
Significantly Less Steam Generating Capacity
Not Cordless
Worse Kagoo Score
$45 More Expensive
Less Retailers
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 150%
7 Reasons Against
Hugely Less Steam Generating Capacity
22% Smaller Water Tank Capacity
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Over Two Years Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 200%
Worse Brand
8 Reasons Against
50g/min Less Steam Generating Capacity
Worse Kagoo Score
Fewer Sellers
Over Six Years Older
Lower User Review Score
Lower Overall Review Score
Worse Brand
A Worse Size
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Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron

$18.21
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Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron

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Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron
830W
10g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
$70
OVER 5 YEARS

The Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron has a Kagoo Score of 90. With a price tag of $18.21 this iron is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron or read our article on whether you should buy a Russell Hobbs iron.

A top of the range and stunningly economical to run 830W traditional iron, with a good price.

90
Features
Fully-Featured
87
Popularity
Quite Popular
89
Value for Money
Very Good
98
Running Costs
$70 Over 5 Years
90
Kagoo Score
Excellent

2 Reasons For for Choosing the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron

Better Kagoo Score

The Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron has received a Kagoo Score of 90, however the Breville VIN310 scored 88, the Conair DPP143 scored 86, the Philips GC299620 scored 85 and the Swan SI3070N scored 87.

More Shops Are Selling It

A greater number of sellers increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this iron.

4 Reasons Against for Choosing the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron

90% Less Steam Generating Capacity

The Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron is a 10g/min steam capacity iron. That's 30g/min less than the Breville VIN310 and the Philips GC299620 (40g/min), 40g/min less than the Conair DPP143 (50g/min) and 90g/min less than the Swan SI3070N (100g/min). More ...

'Steam Generating Capacit' indicates how much steam the iron is capable of generating, measured in grams per minute (g/min).

A larger steam flow means that the iron is capable of more powerful steam blasts for longer, meaning the iron is more efficient at tackling stubborn creases and difficult fabrics.

Older by Over Two Years

The Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron is six months older than the Breville VIN310 and three years older than the Philips GC299620.

$3 More Expensive to Run Over Five Years

The Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron costs $70 to run which is $3 more than the Conair DPP143 over five years. Show assumptions.

Worse Brand

Russell Hobbs irons have an average rating of only 84.2%, whereas Philips has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Dual Voltage Travel Iron in the US is $18.21 and in total we found 3 prices for it.

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Swan SI3070N

Swan SI3070N

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Swan SI3070N
900W
100g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
0.1L
WATER TANK
500g
$76
OVER 5 YEARS

The Swan SI3070N has a Kagoo Score of 87. With a price tag of $0.00 this iron is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Swan SI3070N.

Features We Love:
Many steam generating capacity (100g/min)
Adjustable thermostat

A classic and stunningly economical to run 900W traditional iron, with a very good spec and a good price. Multiple reviews mentioned that this iron is very easy to use, a very good size and really compact.

95
Reviews
395 Reviews
87
Features
Fully-Featured
87
Value for Money
Very Good
97
Running Costs
$76 Over 5 Years
87
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Our review analysis indicates that Swan SI3070N has very good user reviews with an average user rating of 86%, based on 395 reviews.

2 Reasons For for Choosing the Swan SI3070N

A Lot More Steam Generating Capacity

The Swan SI3070N has a steam generating capacity of 100g/min, however the Breville VIN310 and the Philips GC299620 are both only 40g/min steam capacity irons (60g/min less), the Conair DPP143 is only a 50g/min steam capacity iron (50g/min less) and the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron is only a 10g/min steam capacity iron (90g/min less). More ...

'Steam Generating Capacit' indicates how much steam the iron is capable of generating, measured in grams per minute (g/min).

A larger steam flow means that the iron is capable of more powerful steam blasts for longer, meaning the iron is more efficient at tackling stubborn creases and difficult fabrics.

Better in Terms of Size

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Swan SI3070N was better in terms of size. Over 20 people thought that it was a very good size and more than 10 people thought that it was also very compact. Several people also thought that it was lightweight, was a big size and wasn't heavy and bulky.

11 Reasons Against for Choosing the Swan SI3070N

755g Lighter

The Swan SI3070N has a weight of 500g, but the Philips GC299620 is a 1.3kg iron (755g heavier). More ...

'Weight' denotes how heavy the iron is, measured in grams (g).

A heavier iron can be an advantage as it makes it easier to press the clothes.

0.22L Smaller Water Tank Capacity

The Swan SI3070N has a water tank capacity of 0.1L, whereas the Breville VIN310 and the Philips GC299620 are both 0.32L water tank capacity irons (0.22L bigger). More ...

'Capacity' indicates how much water the iron can hold at a single time.

A bigger tank capacity means the iron can be used longer before it needs to be refilled with water.

Not Cordless

The Swan SI3070N is not cordless (As does the the Philips GC299620), but the Breville VIN310, the Conair DPP143 and the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron are. More ...

'Cordless' denotes whether the iron has a power cord or not.

Cordless irons are far easier to use, and won't get twisted up and tangled. However they only have a limited life before they need to be recharged, whereas traditional corded irons can go on as long as you need.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Swan SI3070N has received a Kagoo Score of 87, but the Breville VIN310 scored 88 and the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron scored 90.

Not Currently Available

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Over Two Years Older

The Swan SI3070N is older than the Breville VIN310 by 10 months, older than the Philips GC299620 by three years and older than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron by four months.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 13%

The Swan SI3070N costs $76 to run which is $8 more than the Conair DPP143 and $6 more than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron over five years. Show assumptions.

Moderately Lower User Review Score

The Swan SI3070N has an average user rating of 86%, but the Breville VIN310 has an average user rating of 89% (based on 7 reviews).

Moderately Lower Overall Review Score

The Swan SI3070N has an average overall rating of 86%, but the Breville VIN310 has an average overall rating of 89% (based on 7 reviews).

Worse Brand

Swan irons have an average rating of only 75.8%, however Breville has an average rating of 79.5%, Philips has an average rating of 95% and Russell Hobbs has an average rating of 84.2%.

Less Lightweight and Easy to Handle

The Swan SI3070N reviewers thought the Swan SI3070N was less lightweight and easy to handle.

Philips GC299620

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Philips GC299620

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Philips GC299620
2,400W
40g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
0.32L
WATER TANK
1.3kg
$168
OVER 5 YEARS

The Philips GC299620 has a Kagoo Score of 85. However with a price tag of $63.17 this iron is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Philips GC299620 or read our article on whether you should buy a Philips iron.

Features We Love:
Vertical steam function
Automatic anti-calc system
Steam boost function
Anti-drip function
Extra large water inlet

A fully featured and spectacularly economical to run 2,400W traditional iron, with a reasonable price.

86
Features
Fully-Featured
80
Popularity
Quite Popular
83
Value for Money
Very Good
95
Running Costs
$170 Over 5 Years
85
Kagoo Score
Excellent

10 Reasons For for Choosing the Philips GC299620

Extra Large Water Inlet

The Philips GC299620 has an extra large water inlet, however the Breville VIN310, the Conair DPP143, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not have this feature. More ...

'Extra-Large Inlet' indicates whether the iron has a very large hole for pouring water into the tank or not.

A large inlet hole makes it less likely you'll spill water when refilling the iron.

0.22L Bigger Water Tank Capacity

The Philips GC299620 has a water tank capacity of 0.32L, but the Breville VIN310 and the Swan SI3070N are both only 0.1L water tank capacity irons (0.22L smaller). More ...

'Capacity' indicates how much water the iron can hold at a single time.

A bigger tank capacity means the iron can be used longer before it needs to be refilled with water.

Anti-Drip Function

The Philips GC299620 has an anti-drip function, but the Breville VIN310, the Conair DPP143, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not. More ...

'Anti-Drip Function' denotes whether the iron has a special function to stop water from dripping from the iron after you've used the steam function.

An anti-drip system can help stop you making a mess while ironing.

Auto Power Off Function

The Philips GC299620 has an auto power off function, however the Breville VIN310, the Conair DPP143, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not have this feature. More ...

'Auto Power-Off Function' denotes whether the iron has a safety system to automatically cut the power to the iron if it detects a fault (such as a power surge, wire fault, water leak, etc). It can also kill the power after a certain time, in cause you've left the iron unattended by accident.

An automatic shut off system helps keep you safe by removing the power during a potential accident, of if you leave the iron unattended.

Spray Function

The Philips GC299620 has an spray function, however the Breville VIN310, the Conair DPP143, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not have this feature. More ...

'Spray Function' indicates whether the iron has the ability to spray out a fine mist of water.

Spraying water on fabric serves to moisten it, making it easier to iron.

Steam Boost Function

The Philips GC299620 has a steam boost function (as does the Conair DPP143), but the Breville VIN310, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not have this feature. More ...

A steam boost function allows the iron to temporarily dispense a more powerful blast of steam at the press of a button.

Steam boost serves to better iron extremely stubborn creases.

Vertical Steam Function

The Philips GC299620 has a vertical steam function (as does the Breville VIN310), whereas the Conair DPP143, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not have this feature. More ...

'Vertical Steam' denotes whether the iron has the capacity to produce a sustained burst of steam from the top of the device.

This is very helpful for hanging fabrics - such as giving hung-up shirts a quick steam to help get the creases out.

Automatic Anti-Calc System

The Philips GC299620 has an automatic anti-calc system, but the Breville VIN310, the Conair DPP143, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not. More ...

'Auto Anti-Calc System' denotes whether the iron has a special function to reduce limescale, which builds up inside your iron after continued use.

An anti-calc system helps prolong the life of your iron and keep it at peak efficiency for longer.

Two Years Newer

The Philips GC299620 was released two years later than the Breville VIN310, released seven years later than the Conair DPP143, released three years later than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and released three years later than the Swan SI3070N

Better Brand

Philips irons have an average rating of 95%, whereas Breville only has an average rating of 79.5%, Conair only has an average rating of 73.3%, Russell Hobbs only has an average rating of 84.2% and Swan only has an average rating of 75.8%.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Philips GC299620

Significantly Less Steam Generating Capacity

The Philips GC299620 is a 40g/min steam capacity iron (as does the Breville VIN310), whereas the Conair DPP143 is a 50g/min steam capacity iron (10g/min more), the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron is a 10g/min steam capacity iron (30g/min less) and the Swan SI3070N is a 100g/min steam capacity iron (60g/min more). More ...

'Steam Generating Capacit' indicates how much steam the iron is capable of generating, measured in grams per minute (g/min).

A larger steam flow means that the iron is capable of more powerful steam blasts for longer, meaning the iron is more efficient at tackling stubborn creases and difficult fabrics.

Not Cordless

The Philips GC299620 is not cordless (As does the the Swan SI3070N), however the Breville VIN310, the Conair DPP143 and the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron are. More ...

'Cordless' denotes whether the iron has a power cord or not.

Cordless irons are far easier to use, and won't get twisted up and tangled. However they only have a limited life before they need to be recharged, whereas traditional corded irons can go on as long as you need.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Philips GC299620 has received a Kagoo Score of 85, however the Breville VIN310 scored 88, the Conair DPP143 scored 86, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron scored 90 and the Swan SI3070N scored 87.

$45 More Expensive

The Philips GC299620 is more expensive than the Conair DPP143 by $45 and more expensive than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron by $45.

Less Retailers

Only 2 stores sells the Philips GC299620, whereas 3 stores sell the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this iron and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 150%

Over five years the running costs of the Philips GC299620 are $168 which is $101 more than the Conair DPP143, $98 more than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and $93 more than the Swan SI3070N. Show assumptions.

The cheapest price that we could find for the GC299620 in the US is $63.17 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Breville VIN310

Breville VIN310

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Breville VIN310
2,400W
40g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
0.25L
WATER TANK
$202
OVER 5 YEARS

The Breville VIN310 has a Kagoo Score of 88. With a price tag of $0.00 this iron is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Breville VIN310 or read our article on whether you should buy a Breville iron.

Features We Love:
Vertical steam function
Features anti-scale system

A classic and very economical to run 2,400W steam generator iron, with a very good spec and a reasonable price. It has a vertical steam function and features anti-scale system.

97
Reviews
7 Reviews
89
Features
Fully-Featured
88
Value for Money
Very Good
92
Running Costs
$200 Over 5 Years
88
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Customers report that Breville VIN310 has great user reviews with an average user rating of 89%.

3 Reasons For for Choosing the Breville VIN310

Vertical Steam Function

The Breville VIN310 has a vertical steam function (as does the Philips GC299620), but the Conair DPP143, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not have this feature. More ...

'Vertical Steam' denotes whether the iron has the capacity to produce a sustained burst of steam from the top of the device.

This is very helpful for hanging fabrics - such as giving hung-up shirts a quick steam to help get the creases out.

Anti-Scale System

The Breville VIN310 features anti-scale system, but the Conair DPP143, the Philips GC299620, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not. More ...

'Anti-Scale System' denotes whether the iron has a special function to reduce limescale, which builds up inside your iron after continued use.

An anti-calc system helps prolong the life of your iron and keep it at peak efficiency for longer.

User Reviews Are Slightly Better

Based on 7 reviews, the average user review score of the Breville VIN310 is 89%, whereas the average rating of the Conair DPP143 is 84% (based on 114 reviews) and the average rating of the Swan SI3070N is 86% (based on 395 reviews).

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Breville VIN310

Hugely Less Steam Generating Capacity

Breville VIN310 is only 40g/min steam capacity (as does the Philips GC299620), but the Conair DPP143 is a 50g/min steam capacity iron (10g/min more), the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron is a 10g/min steam capacity iron (30g/min less) and the Swan SI3070N is a 100g/min steam capacity iron (60g/min more). More ...

'Steam Generating Capacit' indicates how much steam the iron is capable of generating, measured in grams per minute (g/min).

A larger steam flow means that the iron is capable of more powerful steam blasts for longer, meaning the iron is more efficient at tackling stubborn creases and difficult fabrics.

22% Smaller Water Tank Capacity

The Breville VIN310 has a water tank capacity of 0.25L, however the Philips GC299620 and the Swan SI3070N are both 0.1L water tank capacity irons (0.15L smaller). More ...

'Capacity' indicates how much water the iron can hold at a single time.

A bigger tank capacity means the iron can be used longer before it needs to be refilled with water.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Breville VIN310 has received a Kagoo Score of 88, whereas the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron scored 90.

Not Currently Available

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Over Two Years Older

The Breville VIN310 is older than the Philips GC299620 by two years.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 200%

Over five years the Breville VIN310 costs $202 to run which is $135 more than the Conair DPP143, $34 more than the Philips GC299620, $132 more than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and $126 more than the Swan SI3070N. Show assumptions.

Worse Brand

Breville irons have an average rating of only 79.5%, but Philips has an average rating of 95% and Russell Hobbs has an average rating of 84.2%.

Conair DPP143

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Conair DPP143
800W
50g/min
STEAM
CAPACITY
$67
OVER 5 YEARS

The Conair DPP143 has a Kagoo Score of 86. With a price tag of $18.00 this iron is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Conair DPP143.

Features We Love:
Steam boost function

A stunningly economical to run and classic 800W traditional iron, with a low price and a very good spec. Multiple reviews mentioned that this iron is a good size and very easy to use and lightweight, and easy to handle.

95
Reviews
114 Reviews
87
Features
Fully-Featured
87
Value for Money
Very Good
97
Running Costs
$68 Over 5 Years
86
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Purchasers report that Conair DPP143 has great user reviews with 84% of buyers recommending this iron to others.

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Conair DPP143

Steam Boost Function

The Conair DPP143 has a steam boost function (as does the Philips GC299620), however the Breville VIN310, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and the Swan SI3070N do not have this feature. More ...

A steam boost function allows the iron to temporarily dispense a more powerful blast of steam at the press of a button.

Steam boost serves to better iron extremely stubborn creases.

$45 Cheaper

The Conair DPP143 is $45.17 cheaper than the Philips GC299620.

Cheaper to Run by $130 Over Five Years

The Conair DPP143 is $135 cheaper to run than the Breville VIN310, $101 cheaper to run than the Philips GC299620, $3 cheaper to run than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron and $8 cheaper to run than the Swan SI3070N over five years. More ...

More Lightweight and Easy to Handle

On average reviewers thought the Conair DPP143 was more lightweight and easy to handle. Several people thought that it was really lightweight and easy to handle and wasn't heavy and unwieldy.

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the Conair DPP143

50g/min Less Steam Generating Capacity

Conair DPP143 is only 50g/min steam capacity, but the Breville VIN310 and the Philips GC299620 are both 40g/min steam capacity irons (10g/min less), the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron is a 10g/min steam capacity iron (40g/min less) and the Swan SI3070N is a 100g/min steam capacity iron (50g/min more). More ...

'Steam Generating Capacit' indicates how much steam the iron is capable of generating, measured in grams per minute (g/min).

A larger steam flow means that the iron is capable of more powerful steam blasts for longer, meaning the iron is more efficient at tackling stubborn creases and difficult fabrics.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Conair DPP143 has received a Kagoo Score of 86, whereas the Breville VIN310 scored 88, the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron scored 90 and the Swan SI3070N scored 87.

Fewer Sellers

Only 1 shop sell the Conair DPP143, but 2 shops sell the Philips GC299620 and 3 stores sell the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron. More ...

The smaller the number of retailers that stock this iron, the lower the competition amongst retailers to keep prices low.
Over Six Years Older

The Conair DPP143 is older than the Breville VIN310 by five years, older than the Philips GC299620 by seven years, older than the Russell Hobbs Dual Voltage Travel Iron by four years and older than the Swan SI3070N by four years.

Lower User Review Score

The average user rating of the Conair DPP143 is 84%, whereas the average user rating of the Breville VIN310 is 89% (based on 7 reviews) and the Swan SI3070N is 86% (based on 395 reviews).

Lower Overall Review Score

The average overall rating of the Conair DPP143 is 84%, whereas the average overall rating of the Breville VIN310 is 89% (based on 7 reviews) and the Swan SI3070N is 86% (based on 395 reviews).

Worse Brand

Conair irons have an average rating of only 73.3%, but Breville has an average rating of 79.5%, Philips has an average rating of 95%, Russell Hobbs has an average rating of 84.2% and Swan has an average rating of 75.8%.

A Worse Size

On average reviewers thought the Conair DPP143 was a worse size.

The cheapest price that we could find for the DPP143 in the US is $18.00 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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