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Dunelm Infinity 2700W Ceramic Iron review

£25.00 Typical price

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Key features
  • Steam iron
  • Corded
Reviewed

The Dunelm 2700W Ceramic Iron won't break the bank and, with an anti-drip ceramic soleplate, vertical steaming, steam boost and self-clean features, it seems to tick all the boxes. But will it have you storming through your pile of ironing? Or will it leave you wishing you'd put that money towards a slightly more expensive iron? Read our full review to find out.

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We have tested 169 steam irons and found that there are 5 Don't Buys and 27 Best Buys.
Range of Steam iron scores
  1. 27%
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  2. 64%
    Average score
  3. 87%
    Highest score
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