|Price incl. VAT||£98.84|
|Price excl. VAT||£82.37|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Iron Bosch has a very TDI903231A sliding ironing board and an optimal distribution of steam for easy and quick ironing. Steam zones produce up to 65 g constant steam per minute, and you can set three different levels of intensity. Thanks MotorSteam steam whenever it penetrates deeper into the fabric using a special integrated motor. Iron also has an i-Temp Advanced, which offers an optimal combination of temperature and steam, allowing the iron all kinds of substances without any effort. Setting the correct temperature is done on a rotating wheel while giving you an indicator light signals readiness and maintain the set temperature.
Spray function with a single press sends a targeted stream of water to tame even stubborn creases. Advanced steam system is characterized by excellent slipperiness and distribution of steam thanks to a new shape and configuration of steam channels with an email glaze and three phase design. Additionally, key SteamOnDemand generating steam until it is held. Stainless ironing tip is equipped with a special groove on buttons. Antishine function it represents reliable protection for dark and heat-sensitive substances. Drip Stop effectively prevents unwanted drips.
Translucent water tank has a volume of 400 ml liter. Large opening ensures quick and easy refilling of water. There is a possibility of vertical steam, self-cleaning system Self Clean and quadruple Anticalc system effectively prevents limescale. Supply cable measuring 2.5 meters, which guarantees you comfortable handling. Cable termination is rotated 360 °, to prevent twisting and tangling cords during ironing. Iron Bosch is an effective and reliable choice with power of 3200 W.
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