Philips PerfectCare Performer GC8735/80

In the version:
Normal steam burst | Without limescale collector
Philips PerfectCare Performer GC8735/80
Philips PerfectCare Expert Plus GC8950/30
177,99
Temporarily sold out
177,99
Temporarily sold out


Product information


Key specs

Created with Sketch. Type of iron
Steam generator
Created with Sketch. Anti-limescale system
Cleaning program
Created with Sketch. Steam burst steam production
420 g/m
Created with Sketch. Auto shut-off
Yes
Created with Sketch. Can be refilled during use
Yes

Pros and cons

According to our iron expert
  • Pros:
    The steam burst of 420 grams per minute quickly handles stubborn creases.
  • Pros:
    With a steam pressure of 6.5 bar, you'll get through that laundry heap in no time.
  • Pros:
    The temperature and steam setting are automatically adjusted, allowing you to iron different kinds of fabric one after the other.
  • Con:
    Note: a steam generator doesn't fit on a regular ironing board.
  • Con:
    The cleaning cycle is simple, but requires some steps.
Product Expert Irons

If you regularly throw away a large pile of laundry, the Philips PerfectCare Performer GC8735 / 80 is a good choice for you. Due to the high steam pressure of 6.5 bar and with a steam burst of 420 grams per minute, wrinkles disappear in an instant. In addition, the water reservoir is removable. You simply fill this under the tap and you continue ironing immediately.

OptimalTemp technology
If you don't feel like sorting that pile of laundry first, the OptimalTemp technology comes in handy. This steam generator automatically sets the correct combination of steam and temperature. That way, there will be no burn marks on your vulnerable shirt.

Descaling and switching off
To let your steam generator do its work, it is important to descale it regularly. He will automatically indicate when this is necessary. All you have to do is play the cleaning program. The manual explains exactly how you do this. Are you afraid that you will forget to switch off the iron? No problem, it automatically switches off.


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