Russell Hobbs 26190 Steam Generator Iron, 2600 W, Black

£ 109.99

Brand Russell Hobbs
Colour Black
Item weight 3.83 Kilograms
Item dimensions L x W x H 40 x 27 x 29 centimetres
Power / Wattage 2600 KW
  • Our Most Stylish Steam Generator Yet! - It powers through creases with ease, with a generous 4.5 bar pressure giving ultimate steam performance.
  • 150g Steam Output - Sometimes it takes hard work and time on deep-set wrinkles in your clothes, that’s why you need to add a little steam to soften fabrics and smooth out even the toughest wrinkles.
  • Limescale Defence System with Anti-Scale Cartridge - Helping purify the water to reduce the build-up of limescale and capture any that enters the system. For cleaning just rinse under the tap.
  • Easy Storage Solutions - With cord storage, carry handles and a specially designed feature that lets you store away your generator easily in an upright position.
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee - Plus 1 extra year when you register the product online.

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About The Brand

Rus­sell Hobbs was found­ed in the UK in 1952 by Bill Rus­sell and Peter Hobbs, whose com­bined design and engi­neer­ing flair allowed them to launch a com­pa­ny that remains a lead­ing brand to this day.

Over the years, Rus­sell Hobbs has built up a lega­cy of design and inno­va­tion that placed the brand at the heart of the consumer’s home. The first auto­mat­ic switch off ket­tle, the first auto­mat­ic cof­fee mak­er and even the first plas­tic ket­tle were all Rus­sell Hobbs innovations.

Russell Hobbs Steam Power Copper, Steam Generator 26190

Our Most Stylish Steam Generator Yet

It pow­ers through creas­es with ease, with a gen­er­ous 4.5 bar pres­sure giv­ing ulti­mate steam per­for­mance. Ide­al for crease removal, in even the tough­est fab­ric, the huge 150g of pres­surised steam glides through stub­born creas­es eas­i­ly, help­ing to reduce your time spent ironing.

  • 4.5 Bar Pres­sure
  • Limescale Defence Sys­tem and Anti-Scale Car­tridge
  • 60 Sec­ond Heat-Up Time
  • Cop­per Ceram­ic Sole­plate

Key Features

steam shot

anti-scale

east storage

150g Steam Output

We know that it can some­times take a lot of hard work and time to work your way through those deep-set wrin­kles in your clothes, that’s why you need to add a lit­tle steam into the mix or with the Steam Pow­er Steam Gen­er­a­tor. With 150g steam out­put the mois­ture helps soft­en fab­rics to smooth out even the tough­est of wrinkles.

Limescale Defence System and Anti-Scale Cartridge

By incor­po­rat­ing our limescale defence sys­tem your Steam Pow­er Cop­per Steam Gen­er­a­tor has an anti-scale car­tridge that helps puri­fy the water on its way into the tank to reduce the build-up of limescale. We’ve even added anoth­er fil­ter designed to cap­ture any limescale that does man­age to enter the sys­tem which can then be eas­i­ly emp­tied and cleaned by rins­ing under the tap.

Easy Storage

The Steam Pow­er Cop­per Steam Gen­er­a­tor that has spe­cial­ly designed stor­age that lets you store away your gen­er­a­tor eas­i­ly in an upright posi­tion. You’ll now be able to store it away in that cup­board under the sink and still have room for all of your clean­ing supplies.

steam dial

Variable Steam Dial

Choose the exact lev­el of steam you need and get the very best result, whether iron­ing del­i­cate gar­ments or heavy duty fabrics.

water tank

Large 1.3 Litre Water Tank

With a large 1.3 litre water tank you can iron for longer with­out hav­ing to refill. When you do need to add more water you can sim­ply detach the tank, fill it up and car­ry on where you left off, with­out hav­ing to wait for it to cool down first.

hose storage

Cord and Hose Storage

The Steam Pow­er Cop­per Steam Gen­er­a­tor even comes with cord stor­age to keep the wires and cord neat­ly stored away to avoid clut­ter­ing up your home.

carry handle

Carry Handle

don’t wor­ry about how to car­ry it because we’ve designed our steam gen­er­a­tor to have two handy car­ry han­dles to make mov­ing it around the house that lit­tle bit easier.

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  • 4.5 Bar Pressure
  • Remov­able 1.3 Litre Water Tank
  • 150g Steam Output
  • 180g Steam Shot
  • Limescale Defence Sys­tem and Anti-Calc Cartridge
  • Vari­able Steam and Auto-Shut Off
  • Cop­per Ceram­ic Soleplate
  • Calc-Clean Reminder Light
  • 1.9m Pow­er Cord
  • 2600 Watt

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Additional information

Weight 3.83 kg
Dimensions 40 × 27 × 29 cm
Brand

Russell Hobbs

Model Number

26190

Colour

Black

Product Dimensions

40 x 27 x 29 cm; 3.83 Kilograms

Power Wattage

2600 KW

Voltage

240

Special Features

Horizontal and vertical storage Removable 1.3L water tank Carry handles Copper Ceramic soleplate 60 second heat up time

Item Weight

3.83 kg

ASIN

B08XY3SL5S

Date First Available

15 Mar. 2021

Manufacturer

Russell Hobbs

Reviews

  1. A

    Dis­ap­point­edHav­ing had a much more pow­er­ful and expen­sive iron before, this one is quite tame and the steam pow­er is weak. Was also sur­prised that you do have to buy anti scale car­tridges. This was not clear in the spec­i­fi­ca­tions and it was some­thing I want­ed to avoid.It is, just about, use­able but I would not buy again.

  2. S. Cowie

    Great steam ironI love the dif­fer­ent colour of iron , I had this in a dif­fer­ent colour but liked it so much , when that stopped work­ing after 3 years , I got a new one . Very pleased with ease of use and it glides nice­ly over clothes x

  3. Chirsto­pher Attwell

    Not a bad stem ironGood steam iron not as good as my old one does not glide across the fab­ric like my old one did but does the job good stem long cable bet­ter than my old iron had

  4. e

    Not what I thought….I thought it be more than what it is…I appear to go through a lot of irons and must admit I’m a bit dis­ap­point­ed with it

  5. chris­tine lee

    Best iron I have ever boughtI bought this as a spare while my expen­sive iron was being repaired, so glad I did it’s much bet­ter gets through your iron­ing in no time, very pow­er­ful steam gets out the most stub­born creases.

  6. Nat­ur­al 20

    ClassVery good easy to use

  7. Buy­er

    Not as adver­tisedOnly half the plate had holes for steam — sent it back

  8. Gaziano

    An excel­lent qual­i­ty iron , pow­er­ful, heats up quick­lyThis is a very good qual­i­ty steam gen­er­a­tor iron, it was our first time using this type of iron rather than the small con­ven­tion­al iron we are used too.Once set up and up and run­ning this iron is amaz­ing , it’s very easy to use and you can adjust the amount of steam with ease using the steam dial, it is very pow­er­ful with 4.5 bar pres­sure, it heats up very quick­ly too.We test­ed it out iron­ing the kids uni­forms for the week ahead and it made the job much eas­i­er , it glides effort­less­ly through creased school shirts and trousers.The only thing about this type of iron is the bulk­i­ness of the whole unit, I like that the cords are neat­ly stored away though so no loose wires, to be fair it’s not as bulky as I first thought and fits in our kitchen cup­board where we kept our old iron.If you have the room to store this iron away then it’s def­i­nite­ly worth get­ting, it has a large 1.3 litre water tank too so you don’t have to refill too often.I love the black and cop­per design, it looks very styl­ish and mod­ern, i real­ly like it , we need­ed a new iron and this is bril­liant , I’m not sure on the price point of this iron at the time of review but it is excel­lent qual­i­ty­It has an anti limescale sys­tem too which is excellent.I’m very impressed with the qual­i­ty and performance.

  9. Fluorescent87

    Iron­ing per­fec­tionAll in all it’s a big old thing, it’s main­ly the base as the actu­al­ly iron is light­weight and compact.It rather intim­i­dat­ed me ini­tial­ly, I made sure to read the instruc­tion from cov­er to cover.Turns out it’s actu­al­ly rather sim­ple, while there is some do and don’t the actu­al set up and use is easy peasy.You just add the water and pick your set­ting and your away.Short wait time to wait for the steam to gen­er­ate and some strange nois­es but noth­ing too inconvenient.Excellent iron­ing abil­i­ty, it’s much smoother and thor­ough then my reg­u­lar iron.It’s glides over cloth­ing with lit­tle resistance.Gets out even the most stub­born creases.I also like that I can use it like a hand held steam­er for when I have light creas­es I need to remove that don’t require a prop­er going over with an iron.The water tank is large in capac­i­ty and will hold a lot of water.While it is a bulky item the pow­er cord sticks around the base and has a a slot for the plug sock­ets to slip into keep­ing it tucked away and safe from damage.Overall I love it, it’s high­ly func­tion­al and has an attrac­tive cop­per design … what’s not to love.

  10. Mr Gum­by

    Can’t real­ly rate it until I know the priceI’m going to assume you know all about steam gen­er­a­tors and just need to choose one. We’ve had sev­er­al from Tefal and Philips and par­tic­u­lar­ly val­ue the ‘Per­fect­Care’ tech­nol­o­gy from Philips (means no need ever to adjust the tem­per­a­ture, or to sort your iron­ing – go from poly­ester to den­im and then silk with­out a pause, also can leave the iron on its sole plate on the board). So how does this com­pare to my Philips GC9630?Well, it doesn’t offer any­thing equiv­a­lent to Per­fect­Care, so I’ll move on to some oth­er details:• Pres­sure is 4.5 bar vs. 6.7.• Nor­mal steam out­put is 150g, which is good vs. 135g, but steam shot is 180g vs. 470g• The mains lead is a lit­tle longer at 1.9m vs. 1.8m• The tank is only 1.3 litres vs. 1.8, but that may not mat­ter too much – at least it’s remov­able for easy fill­ing• Total weight is only about 3.8 vs vs. 5.1; whether that’s good or bad is anoth­er mat­terI could car­ry on with sta­tis­tics but that’ll do. Descal­ing method is fun­da­men­tal­ly dif­fer­ent. The Philips has a de-calc plug that just has to be unscrewed over the sink to let water and scale out, when the warn­ing light and beep noti­fy you it’s nec­es­sary; that hap­pens about once per month, for us. The Rus­sell Hobbs has a car­tridge that has to be replaced peri­od­i­cal­ly, accord­ing to water hard­ness and amount of iron­ing – that’s after about 100 uses in a soft water area but more often if you have hard water. I haven’t checked the cost of car­tridges. The RH has a fil­ter to clean every so often too.We feel the glide is a lit­tle bet­ter with the Philips. So is han­dle comfort.I think that’ll do. There are plen­ty of oth­er fac­tors but that’s enough to tell me the Philips is a more desir­able iron. Of course, price comes into it too, poten­tial­ly in a big way. There’s no price yet for the Rus­sell Hobbs but I bet it’ll be a lot cheap­er than the Philips which is £249 at present, although often below £200.The Rus­sell Hobbs is a good iron and, if it comes in at less than £120, it’ll make a good buy. At much more than that, I’d keep an eye on the Philips price (use camel­camel­camel or keepa) and buy when it drops below £200.

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