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ncfc_crazyuk

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My gran, bless her, saw a iron in Tesco and thought she would help me out and buy me one.. I was told at my AFCO to get one around £30-£40, but the one which my gran got is £15...

Does anyone know what a decent iron should have, like 2200w and that, just so I can compare mine. Thanks
 

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You probably want to get yourself a decent iron for RT. It's going to be your best friend for the first 2 weeks of training and core to preventing beastings throughout.

This is meant to be a decent one: Philips GC4340

Costs a wedge though.
 

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think a decent iron is a must, as this makes ironing a whole lot easier, was also advised before going to get it a bit in advance and get used to it so you werent caught out when starting rt with a new iron. ridiculous as this may sound all irons work same way haha each irons settings *text deleted* be different rite so best to know what ya doin eh!
 
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