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  • But for a cost of £50 I thought that the Bosch TDA8333GB Sensixx Comfort Power Iron was worth a try and I expected the performance of this product to reflect the typical high-performing Bosch brand
  • The first thing that I like about the TDA8333GB Sensixx Comfort Power Iron is the colour
  • I tend to prefer silvers, blacks and greys to whites and brighter colours when it comes electrical goods in my opinion I tend to find them more stylish
  • When it comes to the grip and built quality of this product you realise that it is definitely a Bosch product
  • But overall I think that it is a decent iron which offers good build quality and practicality

    • by LSK
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      I am a big fan of Bosch products. They have that typical German efficiency and robustness about them and every Bosch product which my parents have ever owned has tended to last a very long time. When it comes to irons however I have to admit that Bosch would not have been the first brand that I would have thought of I tend to think more of the likes of Tefal and Hitachi. But for a cost of £50 I thought that the Bosch TDA8333GB Sensixx Comfort Power Iron was worth a try and I expected the performance of this product to reflect the typical high-performing Bosch brand.

      The first thing that I like about the TDA8333GB Sensixx Comfort Power Iron is the colour. I tend to prefer


      silvers, blacks and greys to whites and brighter colours when it comes electrical goods in my opinion I tend to find them more stylish. This iron is certainly not the most exciting-looking iron available on the market but that is why I like it.

      When it comes to the grip and built quality of this product you realise that it is definitely a Bosch product. Everything about it is solid and I do think that it is the heaviest iron which I have ever held! Even the black buttons at the front for steam and water release are solid and require a little more pressure in order to push them down.

      With regards to features there isn’t really too much to talk about. The heating controls ...


      • are placed on the dial in the middle of the iron, but I guess there is nothing new there. One thing which I do like about this iron is the length of the cable it is longer than my previous iron and I do not have to move my ironing board so close to a power socket (and more importantly, at such a bad angle to the TV!).

        With regards to the functionality of this iron I have mixed feelings about it. First of all, it is remarkably smooth and it will glide across your fabrics, whether cotton or polyester. I also like the fact that the water doesn’t drip! Whilst I am sure that this is the case with pretty much all new irons I

        do welcome this feature as my old iron used to drive me insane.

        But on the negative side I find that the steam function is not particularly powerful and I tend to use the water-spray function a lot more because of this. It might seem like a minor feature but I actually think it is quite important especially when I am ironing jeans.

        But overall I think that it is a decent iron which offers good build quality and practicality. Apart from the steam it does an efficient, no-frills job. I am sure that you can get better irons out there with more features, but if you are looking for a reliable iron that will get the job done then this one should do the trick. 7 out of 10.




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