Easy Spray, spray at will for great ironing results!
Introducing Easy Spray, the first dry iron from Tefal that comes with an integrated spray for great results. Thanks to its integrated removable spray system, you will easily remove extra stubbon creases in no time!
Fast ironing: Superglide ™ Active Soleplate system for outstanding results, and an easy-to-handle iron that glides on all types of fabric.
Convenient: light, stable and easy to handle. Comfortable: Easycord system keeps the cord away from the board to avoid extra creasing.
Practical and safe: an indicator light tells you when the iron is on.
Easy storage: wind the cord around the iron for easy storage.
1,200W: for quick and efficient ironing.
*Among the 200 top-selling irons in Europe, based on a study of 20 countries conducted by an independent laboratory in 2010.
Durilium ® Technology soleplate for outstanding glide
All soleplates are not the same. The Durilium Technology invented by Tefal has been used by millions of consumers all over the world. For over 30 years, our soleplate has been acclaimed for its outstanding glide which provides fast and effortless ironing and for its excellent scratch resistance even when ironing harmful areas such as zippers.
Easycord system for convenient ironing
The Easycord system prevents the cord from getting in the way when you iron.
An open stable heel for more safety
The iron is equipped with a stable heel that prevents the iron from falling when resting on the ironing board.
Spray for easy ironing
The spray moisterizes the fabrics to help you remove the difficult creases.
You must take precautions so that using your iron is risk-free.
• Above all, never leave a hot iron unattended. This is not only to avoid overheating of the iron or the surface on which it is placed but also to ensure that no-one gets burned. If safety is one of your main concerns, choose an iron that has an automatic cut-off function. Never leave a hot iron within reach of children or pets who risk knocking it over and injuring themselves.
• Like any electrical appliance, never put your iron in water.
• Do not use an iron that has fallen down or has a damaged power cord. If you have the slightest doubt concerning the condition of your iron, contact the Service Centre.
• Always unplug your iron before leaving it, cleaning it or filling it with water (unless it is a model that has a removable water tank). Regularly check the water level to ensure that there is always enough.
• The Durillium soleplate: Regularly clean the soleplate with a damp, non metallic washing up pad. For easier, non-corrosive cleaning of your iron's soleplate, use a damp sponge on the soleplate while it is still warm. If cleaning dirt off is an issue, use the stick which is made specifically for cleaning the Durillium soleplates.
• The stainless soleplate: Clean the soleplate of your iron when it is cool with a damp cloth or a non-abrasive sponge.
• The autoclean soleplate: It is recommended that you use a soft damp cloth on the warm soleplate, in order not to damage the surface. Warning: The use of iron cleaner will cause damage to your soleplate's autoclean coating.
3 possible causes: • There is no power in the mains socket: check that the plug is properly connected, or try to plug the iron into a different socket. • Temperature control set too low: set the temperature control to a higher temperature. • The automatic electronic cut-out* is active: move your iron. * depending on model
All irons contain a thermostat light. It is normal for the thermostat to turn on and off. It indicates the thermostat is working and your soleplate is being maintained at the desired temperature. If the auto-off light blinks, you must disengage the auto-off function. This is done by gently shaking the iron which will allow the iron to reheat.
After following the instructions in the user manual for starting the appliance, make sure that your electrical socket is working by plugging another appliance. If it still does not work, do not try to dismantle or repair the appliance yourself, instead, take it to an approved repair centre
Use the right temperatures on the thermostat for the right fabrics. A reason for sticking may be the use of starch. If you want to use starch, simply spray it on the reverse side of the garment, so that there is no contact between the soleplate and the starch. Clean the soleplate from rubber prints of fabric. (Which always must be ironed on reverse side of the rubber prints.)