Summary: It is with this. I can't believe how quickly I can iron with this. You wouldn't think one iron could be much different from another, but the combination of being fairly heavy but with a super-slippery ceramic plate means you fly through a stack of clothes.
Summary: I bought this iron to replace a steam generator iron that had started to stick to the clothes. Although this iron does not produce as much steam as my previous iron, it still does a good job, without the bulkiness of a water tank. I never iron piles of clothes, just a few at a time, so the size and quick heat up time are a big hit with me. I'm not amazed by this iron but I'm happy with my purchase.
Summary: This is a sportier version of my last iron - also a Tefal Azur which was dropped several times when someone else was ironing for me after a shoulder operation - being smoother, sleeker and lighter.
Summary: I've had this iron a few weeks now. I find it very good, although I DO have a couple of complaints. My first complaint is that it is hard to read the markings on the dial under the handle, and my second complaint is the anti-scale button, it is extremely awkward to push the button down while holding the iron above the sink to clear the holes.