Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 30 August 2014

The Ten Best Irons

1. Tefal
The Tefal Turbo Pro Express breezes through the toughest of creases, even in jeans. The hour-long flow of constant steam means it makes short work of ironing, even in von Trapp-sized families.
£179.99
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2. Rowenta
Dubbed the most powerful compact iron in the world, the Rowenta Focus is as strong as as many steam generators. It also boasts an anti-scale system which prolongs the life of your iron and prevents damage to your clothes.
£89.99
10. Philips
The Philips GC8323 steam generator heats up in no time and belts out steam at all temperatures, even the 'Eco' setting. Its vertical ironing is also impressive, enabling you to iron shirts on hangers and even curtains.
£149.99

The pressing matter of having a crisp shirt or dress is no laughing matter. Which is why we’ve put all manner of electric irons to the test.

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