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


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

Philips Domestic Appliances

Model Number




Product Dimensions

31.95 x 12.88 x 15.33 cm; 1.57 Kilograms


0.3 litres

Power Wattage

2600 watts


240 Volts


Steam Glide

Item Weight

1.57 kg



Date First Available

12 July 2018


Philips Domestic Appliances


  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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