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New Which? Best Buy irons revealed

Latest test shows which new irons are winners

Bosch TDA5640GB Protect II iron

Which? has tested the Bosch TDA5640 Sensixx Protect II steam iron

Which? tests have found two new Best Buys irons that will make light work of the family laundry.

The latest batch of irons tested by Which? includes Bosch, Morphy Richards, Russell Hobbs and Breville – there are now 96 irons and 23 Best Buy irons in our irons review.

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 Which? Best Buy steam irons

The irons tested include the Bosch Sensixx range and the Russell Hobbs Steamglide range but the supermarkets are also represented by the Sainsburys 593-152 steam iron.

Full reviews, specifications and test results can now be read in our steam irons review, where you can find out which models were awarded the coveted Which? Best Buy accolade, and which irons should be avoided.

You can pay anything from £7 to £290 for an iron but our current review shows you can get a Best Buy for about £50. We also highlight Don’t Buy irons that can cost as much as £80.

Which? irons testing

The irons are taken through their paces to see how effectively they remove creases, how easy they are to use, how quickly they heat up and how quickly they scale up. 

The full list of irons tested is: Bosch TDA 5610 Sensixx B4 Allstar II, Bosch TDA 5640 Sensixx B4 Protect II, Breville VIN123 Technique 1000, Breville VIN125 Technique 3000, Morphy Richards 40515 Turbosteam,
Morphy Richards 40746 Advanced Finish Semi-electronic Iron, Rownta D2 9135 Advanced, Russell Hobbs 14723 Steamglide Professional, Russell Hobbs 14890 Steamglide and the Sainsbury’s 593-152 Steam iron.

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