Recently, I got me a new iron after the old one died. I didn't know iron these days came with so much features and technology. Here's the one I got:Philips Mistral GC 2125
It states the following:
"Steam iron with durable, easy-gliding and highly scratch-resistant Ceralon soleplate, variable steam (up to 28g/min) and even steam distribution. Extra shot of steam, incl. vertical (60g/min), drip-stop and large 250ml water tank.
The Mistral iron gives you great value for money. It has a streamlined yet powerful design and excellent performance and convenience features, such as integrated Calc-Clean, variable steam output for different fabrics and even and efficient steam distribution thanks to the two rows of steam holes. The Ceralon soleplate with 3-layer coating is ideal for ironing a mixture of fabrics. "
Unfortunately, ironing skills sold separately. The outcome?