Looking for a new steam iron that’ll give you crease-free clothes in no time? We’ve tested the latest steam irons and steam generator irons, and uncovered five new Best Buys.
The 15 irons we tested ranged from the £25 Russell Hobbs 21261 Smart Fill to the £307 . But does more expensive equal more effective at de-creasing your clothes?
Head to our Best Buy steam irons page to find out which models topped our test.
Steam irons you can rely on
A reliable steam iron pumps out plenty of steam for you to work with and slides beautifully over fabric – meaning you don’t need to slave away at the ironing board.
A costlier iron should be steamier, come with a smoother, more durable sole plate, and not succumb to limescale quickly. Yet this isn’t always the case. Our tests show you don’t have to empty your bank account to get a decent steam iron.
One of our new Best Buy steam irons for example, costs less than £40, and will leave you with beautifully neat and tidy clothing.
Steam iron reviews
Here’s the list of our newly tested models. You can read our full review of each one, and see the latest prices.
AEG DBS7135-U – £199
Braun IS5043 Carestyle 5 – £160
Tefal GV7750 – £259
Bosch TDA7090GB – £85
Hoover TID2500 Ironjet – £30
Tefal FV4041 Ultraglide – £32
Tefal FV5390 Aquaspeed – £65
Prices correct as of Friday 20 November 2015.
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