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Philips GC1026 Review
|2 Years Old|
|£160 Over 5 Years|
Why Has it Scored 65?
It has good user reviews with an average user rating of 80%. Looking across the entire Morphy Richards iron range, the average reviews for all Morphy Richards irons are also excellent.
This iron is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better irons are available. View the latest irons 2018.
It has running costs of £160 over 5 years, which puts it in the cheapest 13% of all 613 irons that we have compared it to. View all energy saving irons.
This Philips iron has some good features, but is also missing a couple of features:
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Philips has very good iron reviews
Based on 5,594 expert and user reviews (including 3,487 verified purchases), Philips has very good reviews for its irons. 94% of those that bought a Philips iron would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Smaller than average water tank capacity
The average water tank capacity of all irons is 0.47L, with the smallest being 0.1L and the biggest being 2.5L. The Philips GC1026's water tank capacity of only 0.2L is in the smallest 5% of all irons when ordered by this feature.
Very few steam generating capacity
Irons have steam generating capacity of between 6g/min and 500g/min, and the average steam generating capacity is 67g/min. The Philips GC1026's steam generating capacity of only 25g/min is less than average when compared to most other irons. It is in the least 11% of all irons when ranked by this feature.
Like most other irons, the Philips GC1026 is not cordless. 98% of irons are not cordless.
Has a steam boost function
The Philips GC1026 has a steam boost function, as do 57% of irons.
Has an automatic anti-calc system
The Philips GC1026 has an automatic anti-calc system. 63% of irons do not have an automatic anti-calc system.
Has an ergonomic design
The Philips GC1026 has an ergonomic design. 91% of irons do not have an ergonomic design.
Features soft grip
The Philips GC1026 features soft grip, unlike 82% of irons which do not feature soft grip.
Smaller than average maximum power
The maximum power of the Philips GC1026 of only 2,000W is smaller than average when compared to most other irons. It is in the smallest 6% of all irons when ranked by this feature. Across all the irons the maximum powers range from 800W to 3,200W, and the average maximum power is 2,600W.
Has a vertical steam function
The Philips GC1026 has a vertical steam function. 70% of irons also have a vertical steam function.
Released over two years ago
This Philips iron has been on the market since December 2015.
Low running costs
Based on typical usage levels and energy prices we estimate that the 5 year running cost of the GC1026 is £160, which makes it one of the more economic to run irons.
Value for Money
Price has gone down by £38 (46%)
The price has dropped from £83.07 to £45.23 in the last 40 days.to be notified when the price changes.
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