Philips Perfectcare GC8635 pressurised steam generator iron
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This 'Perfectcare GC8635' pressurised steam generator iron from Philips works with pressures of up to 5 bars and a vertical steam boost of up to 220g. The water tank is fully visible and holds up to 2.2L. OptimalTEMP dial free technology offers the perfect combination of steam and temperature for all your clothes. Iron any garment from silk, to linen, to cotton, to cashmere...in any order, without having to adjust the settings or risk burning your delicates. OptimalTEMP is 100% easy to use, no adjustment required, 100% safe on all ironable garments, 100% fast on all fabrics, no other iron is faster. Tested and approved by independent textile expert institutes. Quick heat up time, 2mins. Extra steam output 220g/min for easier, faster crease removal.For additional convenience use the carry lock to safely transport this steam generator around the house. With 2.2L water tank, you can get through large loads without having to refill, for up to 3.5 hours of ironing for those days when the w
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