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Igenix 1100W Travel Iron

Igenix Travel Iron

It’s no secret that I very much dislike ironing, and I have all kinds of methods to keep my clothes flat without needing to do it. I can’t always get away without doing it however, and when most of our clothes are squashed into our limited cupboard space or Vacuum Bags it’s sometimes quite necessary to give them a quick run over to remain somewhat presentable!

Since it only gets used occasionally I wanted something very small, and decided not to get an ironing board to go with it so simply use a woollen army blanket spread out on the side board - like my Nan used to.

Of course it is a designed as a Travel Iron so don’t expect it to last long with a daily load of ironing, but for once in a while use or for holidays it should last many years.

This little travel iron is perfect for our needs! It’s tiny but very well built and even has a steam function which certainly counters it’s limitations in weight. I actually find it better to use than a standard sized iron on clothes like combat trousers or fitted shirts as its small tip works into the awkward areas nicely.


Buy the same 1100W model as us here: £12.99  

or alternatively

Buy Igenix 1200W Travel Iron on Amazon



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Living the #vanlife since before it was a hashtag and touring on two wheels with her husband Ryan, they have a wealth of camping and motorcycling knowledge to share, and know a thing or two about packing light! read more

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