The Good Housekeeping Institute reviews Morphy Richards irons

03/07/2012 | Posted in Product Reviews, Garment Care

The Good Housekeeping Institute has been busy this week putting irons to the test – including Morphy Richards’ Comfigrip iron and Intellidome steam generator. Check out what they had to say:


Features2200W. Stainless steel soleplate. 4 bar pressure. Iron weight: 1.0kg. 90g steam shot. 1.5 litre fixed tank. 1.8m power cord. 1.6m steam cord. Anti scale filter. Low water cut out.

CommentsGood points: Clear digital display and easy to use touch controls. Smooth glide. Lightweight iron. Good crease removal.

Drawbacks: Continues steaming after the trigger is released. Fixed tank makes it awkward to fill and empty. Bulky design.





2200W. Weight: 1.6kg empty, 1.8kg full. Ceramic soleplate. 170g steam shot. 0-40g / min variable steam. Water spray. 350ml water tank. 3m cord. Anti scale system. Drip stop. Eco steam switch. Safety cut out after 60 seconds


Good points: Comfortable handle.  Better stability on its heel than it looks.

Drawbacks: Steam boost is not always responsive when pressed in quick succession. Pilot light could be brighter. Glide could be smoother. Boost control is awkward. Slow to heat up.



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