Philips Azur Steam Iron — 250 g Steam Boost — 2600 W — With SteamGlide Soleplate — 2.5 m Power Cord — Water Spray – GC4567/86

£59.99

Brand Philips Domestic Appliances
Colour Black
Item weight 3.46 Pounds
Style Steam Boost (250 g)
Item dimensions L x W x H 31.9 x 12.9 x 15.3 centimetres
  • Fast ironing and powerful performance thanks to 2600W, 250 g steam boost and 50 g/min continuous steam
  • SteamGlide soleplate for easy gliding on all fabrics
  • Large water tank and drip stop system for more convenience
  • Quick calc release in 15 seconds for easy cleaning and long-lasting steam performance
  • Drip-stop system keeps garments spotless while ironing

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Additional information

Weight 1.57 kg
Dimensions 31.95 × 12.88 × 15.33 cm
Brand

Philips Domestic Appliances

Model Number

GC456786

Colour

Black

Product Dimensions

31.95 x 12.88 x 15.33 cm; 1.57 Kilograms

Capacity

0.3 litres

Power Wattage

2600 watts

Voltage

240 Volts

Material

Steam Glide

Item Weight

1.57 kg

ASIN

B07FKJ8589

Date First Available

12 July 2018

Manufacturer

Philips Domestic Appliances

Reviews

  1. Glenn Cook

    A Good Steam Iron with Plen­ty Of Pow­er.The Philips Azur Steam Iron with 250g Steam Boost is an excel­lent steam iron with plen­ty of power.The 2600W packs a pow­er­ful action and that steam real­ly does make your iron­ing faster and easier.Let me explain.Many peo­ple, espe­cial­ly on a bud­get, tend to go for cheap­er irons. That is under­stand­able BUT you are far bet­ter off spend­ing a lit­tle more and get­ting first­ly a steam iron and one with some power,Why it sim­ply means you don’t have to con­stant­ly iron and re-iron the same spot twice or some­times three times to get the same effect that iron deliv­ers first time.Talking of spots where this iron real­ly gets top marks is it’s anti-calc properties.We, like half the coun­try live in a hard water area.Hard water means limescale. Lots of irons I have used in the past have deposit spots of limescale on my fresh ironing.This device has a sim­ple mech­a­nism that takes just 15 sec­onds to oper­ate to dis­pose of the col­lect­ed limescale.(In say­ing that a tip is to use the water recov­ered from a dehu­mid­i­fi­er if you have one- the water is free from limescale or even use the ice from your fridge or freez­er the lat­er is a faff I admit)The plate is one of those real­ly smooth actions that allows you to sail through your iron­ing in a third of the time.Now I noticed that my fel­low review­ers were so impressed that they bought an iden­ti­cal mod­el BUT only paid £56 and not the cur­rent £73 at the time of writing.Why the mas­sive price Hike? I have no idea. £56 would be a fair­er price to my mind.Why should you get this more expen­sive iron?If you do quite a bit of iron­ing it will les­son the time and make it easier.The steam action allows you to smooth hard­er to iron clothes eas­i­er and with less effort.The iron has a lot of power.I hope this helps you make a deci­sion on which iron to buy.This is a good iron with plen­ty of power.

  2. Ama­zon Customer

    Faulty/dangerous ironThe han­dle of this iron heat­ed to the point it could not be lift­ed / picked up. Also steam/water com­ing from area where pow­er cable enter­ing iron body which did­n’t seem safe. Returned for a refund and anoth­er mod­el chosen

  3. Fred

    Mine was faulty.I chose this based on the reviews. It has a light feel to it but works well. Good grip. How­ev­er, mine start­ed gur­gling and drip­ping from the sole­plate from the first use. And when I pressed the steam boost but­ton it spit­ted water over my clothes. Returned.

  4. daffy

    Ter­ri­ble ironSor­ry to say this is the worst steam iron I have ever owned, I am a seam­stress and have had many irons in my 69 years and know how to care for them , I thought I would spoil myself with a more expen­sive iron but wish I had­n’t both­ered.. I have left it a while to write feed­back to try and get used to it but I hate it, on the cor­rect steam set­tings it spits out water ran­dom­ly , steam also comes out ran­dom­ly and not con­sis­tent­ly and I have to con­stant­ly press the steam boost but­ton to get some steam. I do like the fact that it puts itself on stand­by when not in use which was one of the rea­sons I pur­chased this mod­el, but I feel the design of the han­dle grip is flawed as the water squirt but­ton is bad­ly placed and it is to easy to acci­dent­ly press it whilst iron­ing . I should have returned it but feel I have left it too long to do so. I tru­ly hor­ri­ble iron and def­i­nite­ly not val­ue for money.

  5. Hilary Wood­burn

    Dis­ap­point­ing stopped work­ing as soon as I plugged it inIt arrived in very a very flim­sy open box it had obvi­ous­ly been shak­en about. The instruc­tions are real­ly hard to under­stand when I first plugged it in loads of smoke came from it. It did say this would hap­pen but it seemed a lot to me. It did warm up and steam a bit then the auto shut off kicked in and I moved it as sug­gest­ed to ‘wake it up’ but it it wouldn’t come back on again. I unplugged it and wait­ed emp­tied it and start­ed again but it still wouldn’t work. So I packed it up again and sent it back for a refund. When I dropped it off at the Post Office I popped into a local shop and bought a Rus­sell Hobbs iron for third of the price with plain Eng­lish instruc­tions! I found it to be a real­ly great iron loads of steam!!

  6. Col­in

    Dis­ap­point­ing qual­i­ty and a dis­ap­pear­ance of acces­sories.This iron did not ‘wow’ me like a £70 2600w appli­ance should. There are some cost cut­ting mea­sures clear to me that may be over­looked by some peo­ple. For exam­ple, the last time we got a new iron, a Philips Azure 3 series, 9 years ago, the iron had a, rel­a­tive­ly sim­ple, yet effec­tive cable stow aid. This was a sim­ple vel­cro tie attached to the cord. I noticed my moth­er in laws more recent Azure had an even more effec­tive addi­tion, a clip that could attach to the board to keep the cable run­ning and free whilst iron­ing, and this too, served when wrap­ping the cord away. Nei­ther of these fea­ture with this iron. Fur­ther­more, I dis­tinct­ly recall my last Azure com­ing packed with a handy refill water bot­tle, now long since melted.It poured well and again, is an addi­tion that is now sad­ly missing.The iron serves much the same as the old azure, yes, more steam, more styl­ish, but a sim­i­lar or per­haps less­er build qual­i­ty. My eye is drawn to a cou­ple of points. The water refill lid is more flim­sy than last, and giv­en that I will be swing­ing my iron toward an unfor­giv­ing tap as opposed to my neat refill jug, it may not stand a knock. Fur­ther, the rub­berised temp dial looks good now, but I know in 9 years, it will be a flakey ruined and dirty look­ing mess that can­not be wiped clean..

  7. KNA

    Great iron but mas­sive let­down on limescale removalI have had this iron for 16 months and I have been gen­er­al­ly very hap­py with its per­for­mance except for limescale removal. I have been fol­low­ing all the main­te­nance instruc­tions on a reg­u­lar basis. Nev­er­the­less, the pro­ce­dure and sys­tem installed to remove the limescale are not good enough for London’s hard water. Philips cus­tomer ser­vice men­tioned that I should have used dis­tilled water instead from the begin­ning of usage. Why would one buy an iron with the abil­i­ty to remove limescale and then use dis­tilled water (that doesn’t con­tain limescale) at an oper­at­ing cost of £130 per year (a 5l dis­tilled water con­tained costs about £5 and we would need to use one every two weeks for a fam­i­ly of 5)? It is cheap­er to buy a new iron every year than use dis­tilled water!

  8. User

    Bro­ken after just 6m‑c .…Bro­ken after just 6m‑c, using ones every sec­ond week­end at home back of the iron broke under temp and water is leak­ing . Can’t used any more !BE AWARE !!!

  9. Ama­zon Customer

    Absolute­ly Ter­ri­bleThis was sup­posed to be an upgrade on a pre­vi­ous Azur iron but it is worse! Used it 3 times since I’ve bought it and 2 times it has splurt­ed out brown residue over my white sheet and inew Bra­ban­tia ron­ing board. I’m absolute­ly fum­ing. The limescale cup is sup­posed to catch the limescale and it claims to be non drip but both are untrue. Absolute­ly ter­ri­ble iron. I’m going back to old­er ver­sion which is bro­ken. That works bet­ter. This is going back to Phillips one way or another

  10. Sar­nia Cherie

    Quite a heavy ironI like the weight of this iron and find it aids my ironing,though it is quite a bit heav­ier than my last Philips iron. I am hop­ing the new calc release symp­toms works. It’s ear­ly days as I haven’t had this iron much more than a month but so far so good. Pity the water tank is a lit­tle dif­fi­cult to see its con­tents oth­er than that I have been pleased with this iron .

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