Getting to grips with the travel iron

Take yourself on a crease-free holiday with a Russell Hobbs travel iron. They can be a real lifesaver if you’re travelling at home or overseas as they‟re very light, compact and come with dual voltage.

Where to use a travel iron

Summer holidays, city breaks, caravanning and even business trips – it doesn’t matter where you’re going, you’ll want to look your best.

We all know what happens to your clothes when they’re crammed into a suitcase or overnight bag – creases and lots of them. While many hotels and holiday resorts provide irons, they’re often in poor condition after years of changing hands.

Packing a Russell Hobbs travel iron means you can enjoy many of the comforts and benefits of the iron you use at home in a modern and compact design.

Choosing a good travel iron

There are a variety of models available on the market but we believe that there are a few key features you need to look out for:

  • It should be small and lightweight, weighing no more than a few pounds so that it doesn’t add unnecessary extra weight to your baggage. This is especially essential when travelling on a plane where every kilo matters.
  • Look for one with a convenient travel bag so you can keep it protected when travelling. The Russell Hobbs travel iron Blister Pack comes with a handy travel pouch and measuring jug.
  • Both steam and dry iron options are good to have. Steam is better for stubborn creases while dry ironing is quicker if you’re on the hop.
  • Dual voltage is essential to use your travel iron abroad.

Russell Hobbs travel iron

Russell Hobbs travel irons are equipped with every feature required for removing those stubborn creases no matter where you are in the world. They’re light and compact and have adjustable steam control for easy ironing.

They will work on any voltage from 215 to 230 volts, which means you can use them almost anywhere.

To purchase your Russell Hobbs travel iron, click on our irons section, and remember, you won‟t have to pay for delivery if you live in the mainland UK.

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