The Philips GC4740 Ionic steam iron includes a ‘deep steam’ function designed to help you power through your pile of ironing. We’ve tracked down where you can currently buy it with £25 off.
You can take your pick from the steam options available on this iron from Philips to help you cut through creases.
As well as four different steam level settings and an extra steam ‘shot’ button, there’s also a trigger underneath the handle that operates the additional ‘ionic’ steam function.
Read our verdict on how successful the Philips Ionic iron is at speeding through your ironing in our steam irons review – and read on for our top shopping deal on this item.
Philips GC4740 Ionic iron deal
If you buy direct from Philips or from Sainsbury’s, you’ll pay the full price of £84.99 – but we’ve spotted two places you can find the iron for £25 less.
Head to Amazon or electrical shop Best Buy this week to buy the Philips Ionic iron for £59.98, with free home delivery options available at both stores. You can also reserve online and collect from your nearest Best Buy.
Last month, Philips was voted the best small home appliance brand at the 2011 Which? Awards.
Which? steam iron testing
During our steam iron tests, we ask a professional ironer, a panel of people who regularly iron, who tackled their usual loads, and our lab experts to assess each iron on factors including ease of use, speed, ironing performance and safety.
Looking for more help with your ironing? Take a look at our speedy ironing tips.
Deal of the week
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All prices correct as of 5pm, 5 July 2011.
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