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Beko SGA7126P Steam Generator Iron

Product Specification

Key Information

Dimensions (H)24.0 x (W)17.0 x (D)31.0
Anti Drip Yes
Anti Scale Yes
Auto Shut Off Yes
Bar Pressure 6 bar
Cord Length 1.8 m
Descaling Programme Yes
Heat Up Time 1
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty Domestic Use Only Yes
Power 2600 Watt
Removable Water Tank Yes
Replacement Lime Collecting Cartridge Yes
Self Clean Mode Yes
Steam Rate 110 Grams/Minute
Variable Steam Yes
Vertical Steam Yes
WaterTank Capacity 1 Litres
Weight 3.3 Kg

Features We Love

Low Water Indicator Yes

Product Detail

Brand Beko
Brand Beko
Category Steam Generator Irons
Colour Purple
Dimensions (H)24.0 x (W)17.0 x (D)31.0
SKU SGA7126P_PUR

Beko SGA7126P Steam Generator Iron

£49
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Key Features

  • Ceramic soleplate glides easily over all fabrics
  • 2600 Watt power output
  • Quick 1 minute heat-up time
  • Special programme removes limescale from your iron
  • Dimensions (cm) - H24 x W17 x D31

Product Overview

This powerful Beko steam generator iron will cut your ironing time in half and make getting through the laundry pile less of a chore. It has a ceramic soleplate which glides easily over fabrics. Thanks to 2600 Watts of power, it heats up super-fast and is ready to use in just 1 minute, so your clothes will look great in no time. This steam generator iron also has a useful descaling programme which prevents limescale build-up and keeps your iron in good working order.

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Customer Reviews

4.6 / 5 14 Reviews
92% would recommend to a friend
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Female, Over 65, Single from UK
5/5

Superb

This iron was a replacement for one I had dropped. It is 100% better and is a dream to use

Pros: Quiet, Ease to use, Good build quality, Value for money Cons: None
Female, 55 to 65, Large Family from Essex
5/5

Brilliant

Steams through everything effortlessly, even linen! The only bad design is the on/off/temperature button is right next to the steam button, you need to keep it pressed the whole time which is a bit awkward and you keep changing the temperature by accident! Hopefully I'll get used to it, makes your wrist ache but I did an awful lot of holiday ironing!

Pros: Ease to use, Value for money Cons: Noisy
Male, 35 to 44, Small Family from Lichfield
5/5
Product Tester.

A customer who has been given a product to use and keep in exchange for an honest review.

Very good value for the money!

Hey there, it's me. Today I'm reviewing an iron. Yes, an iron. This isn't a normal iron though. Oh no. This is a steam generator iron. Normally we've perhaps shied away from buying one of these things. We've always gone for the "usual" type of iron which has an on-board tank. This is usually quite a small thing and you'll need to have a jug of water nearby to keep topping the thing up. Either that you you have to trek forwards and back to the nearest tap. Not good when you have a lot of ironing to do and you're carrying around a boiling hot iron. Basically put, with this, you fill a separate tank which then feeds the resulting steam to the iron. That tank also doubles as a stand for the iron, and after you've rotated the small transport lock knob at the front, it'll hold the iron in place. The iron pumps out 110 grams of steam per minute at 6 bar and, even if you're in a hard water area like me, the anti-scale system will ensure that the holes in the footplate don't get clogged up. There's even a special programme to remove limescale from the iron too. Getting started is easy enough, with a one minute heat-up time and a good 1.8 metre cord giving you free movement when you're ironing and setting up. The iron is a 2600 Watt and can do vertical and variable steam. It also has a rather cool control panel at the top. This is where you find out if the tank (water reservoir) is running low, what the steam level is and whether you should replace the lime collection cartridge. This cartridge comes in the box and fits into the water reservoir. You start by soaking it for a minute to enhance the performance, then you push it into the slot. There's two in the box. You can replace this when the flashing iron symbol flashes on that rather funky control panel. Now, you will need to buy these but and it's just a matter of popping one out and popping another one in, but you can initiate a limescale "self clean" mode, which is done by filling up the water reservoir, then pressing and holding the control button on the top. You then hold it over a sink and it'll clean itself out. Let's get the iron setup then, and it's just a matter of filling up that water reservoir. You can do this by pouring water into the front of it (via a bottle or something similar) or, as most of us would prefer the second method, which is to pull the actual reservoir / tank out and take it to the tap. This is good, because it's easy enough to do and a simple catch releases and holds it in place. You fill it up to the max level and then push it back in until you hear a click. The cable and steam piping sits nicely on the side of the iron, so you just pop that out and plug it into the wall. You'll then hear a beeping noise as the iron starts to work. You can then use the temperature sensor on the top to select how hot you want the iron to be. The first temperature setting (the lowest) is ideal for synthetic material and it means that you won't get any steam. The second is ideal for silk and comes with a small amount of steam, then the next is cotton with a bit more steam. Finally, for linen and jeans, you can whack it up full. There's also an "Smart-Eco" mode which is suitable for "all types of material" and you can control the steam with the trigger as you see fit. You can tell when everything is ready because your selected temperate will be flashing on the display. The iron will work horizontally and, if you want to iron curtains, vertically too. Just keep the iron about 15-30cm away and hit that steam trigger. Now, if you're worried about those moments when you're interrupted, don't be. There's a clever automatic shutdown mode. It kicks in after 10 minutes if the iron isn't moved or buttons aren't pressed. It'll wake up again when you move or press a button. Despite the size of the tank, it really does go a long way. It's 1 litre. She also tells me that the base on the iron is perhaps one of the best she's ever used. The ceramic soleplate glides very well indeed and, provided you keep it clean, it's going to work very well indeed. It cleverly uses water and doesn't just reduce your trips to the tap but also makes the whole ironing process a whole lot easier. The iron heats up fast, it'll safely shut down and the 2600 Watts of power makes the whole process quicker. This is the first steam generator we've ever had and, although it is a little bulky compared to a "normal" iron and I've not found out how much those clever pop-up cartridges are, it's a very clever solution. It wasn't overly heavy but still had enough weight about it to effectively press down on clothes as you ironed them. It's easy to use and understand, plus it's built well and did indeed make the ironing chore a whole lot easier.

Pros: Ease to use, Value for money Cons: None
Female, 35 to 44, Couple from Nottingham
5/5
Product Tester.

A customer who has been given a product to use and keep in exchange for an honest review.

Almost enjoy ironing

We didn't realise how much we were struggling with our previous irons until we used this product. It was very easy to put to together and so simple to use with just 2 buttons. The 1L water tank will hold enough water to get through a mountain of ironing. It glides over material and makes light work of heavy creases. It has drastically cut down our ironing time and made it almost a pleasure to do the task. It stores nicely with the iron locked to the base and the cable coiled. The iron itself is very lightweight and easy to handle with no water stored in the hand unit. The safety standby mode is good and has been useful when we get distracted. The display is simple and the steam trigger is light and comfortable to use. The only downside is depending on how you hold the iron you may accidentally push the top button changing the heat settings while ironing. Overall it is a great product and makes life easy.

Pros: Ease to use, Good build quality, Looks good Cons: None
Male, Over 65, Couple from manchester
5/5

excellent

I bought this as my old iron sole plate was badly marked, I checked out a few, but this seemed just the right price and power i needed,its excellent, totally controllable, plenty of steam at all setting, DOESN'T drip water, (sigh) i would recommend it ,its great value for money and features

Male, 35 to 44, Small Family from Darlington
4/5
Product Tester.

A customer who has been given a product to use and keep in exchange for an honest review.

Steamer

Easy to use/transport/store/lightweight Slightly annoying beep every time u press the button for steam but hey ho!

Pros: Ease to use, Good build quality, Value for money Cons: Noisy
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