Clothes irons

Steam irons, ironing stations and ironing systems all work with steam. Nonetheless, depending on how often you iron, we would recommend different devices: If you only iron every couple of weeks, a conventional iron will serve you perfectly well. It’s space-saving and cheap. If you iron every week, you should consider getting an ironing station. Ironing stations create more steam than conventional steam irons. This makes ironing clothes a lot easier. Finally, ironing systems are what we would particularly recommend to business people who wear a suit and tie on a daily basis. Ironing systems include ironing boards, which make ironing a lot easier. 


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GC362/81 Steam&Go (1300W, 24g/min)
99.–
Philips GC362/81 Steam&Go (1300W, 24g/min)
GC6742/21 FastCare Compact (2400W, 300g/min)
255.–
Philips GC6742/21 FastCare Compact (2400W, 300g/min)
GC9612/21 Perfect Care Elite (2400W, 510g/min)
270.–
Philips GC9612/21 Perfect Care Elite (2400W, 510g/min)
GC362/81 Steam&Go and Rituals sakura wardrobe sachets (1300W, 24g/min)
–14%
111.–instead of 128.701
Philips GC362/81 Steam&Go and Rituals sakura wardrobe sachets (1300W, 24g/min)
Lift Plus Pinky Pop mit Comfortboard (2200W)
557.–
Laurastar Lift Plus Pinky Pop mit Comfortboard (2200W)
GV8977 Pro Express X-Pert Plus (2400W, 500g/min)
–11%
189.–was 213.–
Tefal GV8977 Pro Express X-Pert Plus (2400W, 500g/min)
GV9533 Pro Express Ultimate Care (2400W, 550g/min)
222.–
Tefal GV9533 Pro Express Ultimate Care (2400W, 550g/min)