Philips 2000W EasySpeed Steam Iron – GC1028
This EasySpeed iron speeds up your ironing thanks to: triple precision tip, even heat distribution across the soleplate and continuous steam.
Fast, from start to finish
3 ways to speed up your ironing
- Steam 25g/min;100g steam boost
- Ceramic soleplate
- 2000 Watts
Power up to 2000 W enabling constant high steam output
Power up to 2000 W enables constand high steam output.
100 g steam boost to remove stubborn creases easily
Steam boost up to 100g for fast removal of even the most stubborn creases.
Continuous steam up to 25 g/m for good crease removal
Continuous steam up to 25 g/m for good crease removal.
Ceramic soleplate for better gliding performance
Ceramic soleplate is scratch ressitant, glides well and easy to clean.
Vertical steam for crease removal in hanging fabrics
This Philips iron has a vertical steam function, for crease removal in hanging fabrics.
Calc clean slider to easily remove scale out of your iron
This steam iron can be operated with normal tap water and the calc clean slider makes it easy to remove any built-up scale out of your iron. To maintain the performance of your Philips steam iron, you should use this scale clean function once a month when using normal tap water.
Drip-stop system keeps your garments spotless while ironing
Drip Stop system lets you iron delicate fabrics at low temperatures without having to worry about stains from water droplets.
Triple precision tip for optimal control and visibility
The tip of this Philips iron is precise in 3 ways: it has a pointed tip, button groove and a sleek design of the nose. Triple Precision tip enables you to reach even into the most tricky areas, e.g. around the buttons or between the pleats.
A fine spray evenly moistens the fabric
The spray function produces a fine mist that evenly moistens the fabric, making it easier to iron out creases.
Even steam distribution for efficient ironing
Thanks to the carefully crafted soleplate design, the steam is distributed evenly across the soleplate. This way you need less strokes to evenly moisten the garment and therefore less time to complete the ironing.