Yep, ironing perhaps almost perfect everything was easy and quick. With us, counting only the shirts that I put to the cleaners every week, we have only six months to recoup the device (and somewhat less counting jackets and trousers, more casual).
The GC9620 / 20 is one of the most powerful at Philips. With 6.5 bar it generates a pressure higher than the average market plants (5 to 5.5 bar). However, more pressure = fewer passes.
By the way: what is 6.5 bar? It's more pressure than is available in a bottle of champagne (less than 6 bar).
Highlights for this model: lightweight and well pointed iron, water tank easy to change hot, removing the hot iron on the table without risk of burning, ultra-slippery soles, temperature control and instant auto iron based the ironed fabric, cord 1.7 m long power cable of 1.8 m cord storage and power cable into the device.
Excellent device, so.
That said, those who have much, much ironing and who usually watch television or listen to the Tchaikovsky 1892 Opening ironing should seriously consider the top model in the range Philipsm their ultimate. This is a more powerful model yet almost silent but above ** **. Because yes, the big flaw steam power plants is their noise.
Feel free to ask me any questions, I'd be happy.