Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Morphy Richards Breeze Steam Iron - Review


A bit of a different, non-veggie post from me today. 

As I am lucky enough to be a Morphy Richards Innovator, this year I have been testing some great Morphy Richards products. The latest product I was sent to review was a Breeze Steam Iron. Now I have to admit something, in our twenty-first century household, I don't really do the ironing! The ironing is purely hubby's department, so I left it to him to test this steam iron and give me his expert opinion, so I could feed back to you.

To give you some background, Morphy Richards have been designing irons for over seventy five years. They were the product that Morphy Richards started with - so they know a thing or two about how to create a great iron. Innovation has changed considerably over the years, however, as a market leader for irons, Morphy Richards are dedicated to designing irons suitable for a variety of different functions, and in a range of different price brackets.

Morphy Richards kindly sent us the Breeze Steam Iron with Ceramic Soleplate. This iron is part of their value range and retails at £19.99 - a steal for an iron of this quality. This iron is also great for those who don't do much ironing, as it is easy to use, and almost does the job for you without too much effort from yourself.


The Morphy Richards Breeze Steam Iron has a ceramic sole-plate and is also self cleaning. It is anti-drip, so it does not leak water everywhere, and it also comes with a three year guarantee - great reassurance on the part of Morphy Richards there!

I set hubby hard to work on our weekly loads of family ironing, and this is what he thought:

"So, the wife has asked me to test the Steam Iron Breeze. First impressions are that this is a great light-weight iron. I like the dial in the middle, which sets the temperature for different fabrics - great to make sure I don't burn the clothes whilst I'm ironing! I also like the steam action, and the constant stream of steam - this is great, especially when you are ironing stiff collar shirts. This iron pressed my collars and cuffs really well on my shirts, and it was also great for the collars of eldest's school shirts. My wife tried to trick me by giving me one of her silk tops to iron. Never fear, this iron worked really well on the silk and left a really good result, without burning the fabric (thank goodness). I really like this iron, it will make ironing a lot quicker and easier in the future as it has so many great functions."

So there we go - the chief ironer of the house loves this iron, and has been using it a lot. With such a great retail price and great functionality, we would not hesitate to recommend this iron. I love the colour, and hubby loves the usability of the product.

Thanks Morphy Richards for sending us this iron to review!

 Disclosure: Morphy Richards Iron offered in consideration of review. All views are mine (and hubby's) own.

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