Philips GC1903 Steam Iron (White and green)
This Philips Iron is designed to give you a smooth and quick ironing experience. It features an ergonomically designed handle for easy gripping. The iron?s pointed tip and 180-degree swivel cord make ironing shirts and formal trousers easy.
The iron boasts a Black American Heritage linished soleplate that glides smoothly over your clothes, reducing the chances of damage.
You can easily fill and empty the watertank, thanks to its huge filling hole and the sideways opening door.
The iron produces a continuous steam output of up to 17g/min so you get wrinkle-free, well-pressed clothes every time.
This steam iron comes with a unique calc clean solution that self-cleans the iron and removes any scale build-up.
This Philips iron requires a power of 240 V to function and consumes a maximum power of 1440 watts.
- Sales Package
- Steam Iron, User Manual
- White and green
- Soleplate type
- Black American Heritage Non-Stick Coated Soleplate
- Other Comfort Features
- 17 g/min Continuous Steam Output
- Self Cleaning
- Cord length
- 1.8 m
- Swivel Cord
- Water Tank Capacity (ml)
- 180 ml
- 50 Hz
- Power Consumption
- 1440 W
- Power Input
- 240 V
- 15.7 cm
- 28.4 cm
- 12.3 cm
- 1.06 kg
- Service Type
- Customer needs to carry the product to the nearby Authorized Service Center to get the product repaired or inspected.
- Warranty Type
- Within warranty period, Philips Authorized Service Centers will repair or replace any defective part, if required, to rectify the problem.
- Warranty Summary
- 2 Years Manufacturer Warranty
- Covered In Warranty
- Parts and Labor
- Domestic Term
- 2 Years
- Not Covered In Warranty
- Warranty shall not cover any damage resulting from adaptations or adjustments which may be made to the product. Warranty does not extend to cabinets, knobs, labels, or any accessories. Warranty does not cover the risk to the product caused by accident, lightening, water, fire, other acts of God, improper ventilation, dropping or excessive shock or any external cause beyond Philips's control.
- In steam irons, if the soleplate is not hot enough, water can seep out from the holes in it. This is not a defect.