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<p>1. Rowenta DG8760 Pro Perfect</p>
<p>£188.02 amazon.co.uk</p>
<p>This iron sails through crumpled laundry, even tough linen, with complete ease, which you'd hope, at this price.</p>

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1. Rowenta DG8760 Pro Perfect

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