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Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue

  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue
  • Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue

Rowenta DW8080 Professional Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 1700-Watt, 400-Hole, Blue

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • STAINLESS-STEEL SOLEPLATE WITH PRECEISION TIP - Provides smooth-gliding across different garment surfaces and ability to smooth hard-to-reach areas with 1700 Watts of Power.
  • 400+ STEAM HOLES AND 150G/MIN BURST OF STEAM - Patented Microsteam system with over 400 steam holes provides excellent steam distribution and penetration with the powerful 150g/min burst of steam
  • DESIGNED TO MAKE IRONING EASY - Comfortable grip handle, 7-foot cord with 360-degree moveability, burst-of-steam on demand, vertical steaming for hanging garments, and more!
  • USE ANY WATER TO IRON - This iron can use any water straight from the sink since it has an anti-calcium system. It also has an easy fill hole, anti-drip lid, and clearly displays the water level to let you know when its time to refill the extra-large 12.7 ounce water tank
  • SAFETY COMES FIRST WITH ROWENTA - To prevent any sort of accident, this iron comes with a 3-way automatic shut-off system after being left untouched for 8 minutes vertically, 30 seconds face down or on its side.
  • MADE IN GERMANY - Expect only the best with German made irons and Rowenta. This iron is built to last with features such as a stainless-steel soleplate, anti-calcium system to use any water, and auto-cleaning system.
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Best Iron I've Ever OwnedAn iron is an iron right? Wrong! As a professional quilt maker and longarm quilter having an iron that is made well, works well for pressing large pieces of fabric as well as small seam allowances is important. I've used several kinds of irons from those $10 irons to $70 irons, so to jump up in price for "an iron" was a bit uncomfortable. With that being said it was worth it. I was surprised at how smoothly it ironed, I mean a stainless steal sole plate is a the same regardless, wrong! so even though it's heavier than a cheaper iron it takes less effort. An issue that I had with my previous iron is that when ironing a large piece of fabric it would shut off because of the "knock over" safety feature, this iron is sensitive enough to realize that it's still being moved around and didn't shut off while ironing a piece of fabric ( I tested a length of fabric that was about 2 1/2 yards), my other iron would've shut off. Next the steam. Yes my previous iron could put out the steam, but this one is different. it puts just the right amount of steam into the fabric. In the horizonal position I don't think there would be any issues steaming a hanging garment because this iron has plenty of steam. As long as this iron stands the test of time. It will be the only iron that I'll ever buy again.Pros: Has lighted indicator that stops blinking when the temperature has been reached "intelligent" steam control that only releases the right amount of steam for the temperature selected.Incredibley smooth ironing with less effortForced steam is beyond impressive. You can sometimes feel it push up against the iron in the horizonal postion.Heats up quicklyIrons large pieces of fabric without shutting offCons: It is hard to see the water level, but not impossibleToo sum it up: The iron is a great iron, worth the extra cost. 5No one manufactures a good iron anymore!This is the fourth Rowenta iron I have purchased in a dozen years. Each model has developed a serious defect within one to four years. Two of the early, most expensive models simply stopped heating. All four of the irons developed leaks within a short period of time. After splashing my clothing with water intermittently on the ironing board ever since I purchased it, water now pours out of the bottom of this DW8080 Rowenta I currently own. Authorized Rowenta service personnel admitted that "bad gaskets" were being used in many of the Rowenta models and expressed frustration with this fact a few years ago, but stated they were unable to make repairs. Recently, when I dropped off two non-working Rowentas at our local recycling facility, several of us discussed how sad it is that a well-built, reliable iron is no longer sold in America. Looking at reviews online today, it appears that every model from virtually every manufacturer begins leaking after a short period of use or develops other serious defects. In addition, I encountered thousands of complaints logged on a consumer web site for Rowenta irons alone. The company has had plenty of years to redesign their products. When purchasing this last model, I made certain I found one "made in Germany" instead of China or Mexico. It made not a whit of difference. I don't know where to turn now. Tonight I am trying to "sprinkle" our cotton clothing with a spray bottle, like my mother used to do in the 1940s and 50s, since steam ironing is no longer possible with my Rowenta. Sadly, this is another example of planned obsolescence by national and international manufacturers who simply don't care! 2Never AgainI was a true blue Rowenta fan for many years. First of all this iron is blue and the water holding tank is blue and that makes it very hard to see the water level. This unit has to be refilled often. The iron is also too heavy.I purchased this iron in January and by August the steam button stopped working. The iron was under warranty so I was asked to return it for a repair. After two weeks I received the iron dirty and the soleplate was scratched. Rowenta did not do the repair. They sent it to a local appliance shop near their offices in Colorado Springs. Rowenta never communicated with me on the timing of the repair and ignored my email requesting an update.After years of being a loyal Rowenta consumer I am moving on. 1Bye Bye RowentaThis was the 4th Rowenta Pro steam iron that I have purchased. Every one of them developed the same problem over the years, they leaked. I loved how well they all performed before they began leaking, but I use steam very often so the leaking was a problem. For the price I paid for them I expected them to last a longer time than they did. I usually get about 3-5 years of use before the leaking starts. They all still work fine on the dry setting, but I NEED STEAM! I was careful not to ever drop the last one I bought and handled it very carefully, but that still did not make a difference, it still leaked after a few years of light use. While on vacation I got to sample other irons at several 5 star hotels and found out that there were Irons comparable to Rowenta for a much lower price. I now own a Sunbeam Turbo Steam Master that I purchased at Costco and so far, it works great, has a 12 cord plus the same or more features as the Rowenta. It also has many steam vents like Rowenta, and the price was less than half the price of the Rowenta. And best of all, no leaks. I'll have to see how long this one lasts, but even if it lasts only as long as the Rowenta, I only paid half as much. I will never buy another Rowenta. I feel that I have wasted hundreds of dollars and did not get what I paid for. To compare steam vents, the left picture with the star is the Rowenta and the right picture is the Sunbeam. The steam vents were very important to me and the Sunbeam met my needs. Bye Bye Rowenta! 2Doesn't Live Up to the Hype!I don't if it was a faulty used item I received, but there were several issues with my unit. There were also other issues not related to being faulty- more of a design nature. I simply don't think this iron is worth the cost.Pro's:+ Iron is heavy and has a large base, which helps press the fabric during ironing sessions.+ The nose section is pointed, which lets you get into corners a bit better.+ A good amount of steam comes out when you press the top button.+ The iron plate is polished stainless steel. It glided over my clothes better than my cheapo non-slip treated iron.Con's:- Gently shaking the iron while upright and with the fill cap closed results in water spewing out from the plate bottom.- The digital selector dial was not accurate. A few times while turning the dial the LED display on the left side would be hopping around. Other than a digital display of iron temperature, there's no reason to have a digital control. This is a case of making something more complex, which introduces more stuff to break.- Once or twice it felt like the cord was not sufficiently connected to the iron base at the swivel connector and I wondered if there were electrical shorts. This makes me doubt the iron's durability and reliability.- I don't like that the steam button is on the top of the handle. I use steam more than water spray so for me, it's not ergonomic using my thumb to both deploy steam and control the iron. The trigger control for water spray works well. I would swap functions with the buttons because in my experience, I typically spray while aiming, but steam while moving.- No cord wrap feature, nor a tab on the plug to lock itself against the cord.Others:~ My clothes came out wrinkle free... but they also come out wrinkle free with a $20 iron! I think $70 is probably the right price point for this iron. It's only an iron.~ I don't think the off-white color of the cord matches the unit. Black cord would be better. Also, for the price of the unit a lighted plug end would be nice to alert you that it's plugged into power.~ The fill cap worked well and adequately sealed after being closed. 2Iron does not last - look for another brandThe iron worked great... for a while. Biggest annoyance is that its very easy to change the heat setting (its on a dial below the handle) while you are ironing. Unfortunately after about a year it started falling apart. The spring loaded water door fell off and just last week the steam switch fell into the body of the iron when I switched the setting. I would expect for from Rowena - especially at that price. I will be contacting Amazon and Rowena to see what they will do to make this right. This is not the first Rowenta iron that s disappointed but it will be the last. 1Arrived not functioning as it should.This is my first high end iron that I've paid more than $25 for. I've purchased dozens of steam irons in the past, and this is the first that didn't perform as it should right out of the box. The steam burst button only worked if the iron is in the upright position, which rendered my iron useless. The only way the steam burst functioned in the ironing position was if you pushed the button several times in the upright position, then it would work one time in the ironing position. On top of that, I have to prime the button 4-5 times for it to start producing steam. Once it's primed it's okay. It nearly doubled my ironing time over my $12 Black and Decker which has performed like it should the past 3 years. Against my better judgement I'm returning it for an exact replacement. If that one performs as I would expect from an $85 iron then I'll update this review. As always the return process is a breeze, but if I had to do it over again I'd strongly consider the Maytag or Chi iron, both come with better warranties and have great reviews, as this one did.UPDATEReceived my new iron two days after initiating a return. As always Amazon really pulled through with customer service. The new iron functions as it should and I am pretty happy with the performance so far. The learning curve for me is how much faster I can go with this iron. A lot of people complain about the water reservoir emptying quickly due to the amount of steam this iron puts out, but I've got my technique down to where I can iron a badly wrinkled long sleeve in under a few minutes. Steam recovery and warm up time on the iron is excellent. I really like the analog controls over electronic buttons and digital controls, it's just less that can go wrong with this iron. 4Stay away. Rowenta's service STINKS. You might as well not have a warranty.Purchased this iron in January. Worked great for four months with very light usage. Then, it stopped heating. Rowenta says I have to ship the iron to Utah and wait THREE WEEKS for them to repair it. And that's if they have the parts. As an added bonus, I get to pay for the shipping! Rowenta, how about this approach: "I see that you have spent 4 times for this iron than what you could have bought one from your local Target or Wal-Mart, and you've only had the iron four months, so, we're shipping you a new iron today, along with a label where you can send back the defective unit."My $29 sunbeam lasted 14 years and it was still working when I gave it to Goodwill. Wish I'd kept it. Thanks to Rowenta, I must either purchase a new iron, send everything out to the cleaners for a month, or wear wrinkled clothes. What a joke. 1Gotta say for the price I m disappointed. The steam is niceThe handle and temperature change dial need to be in separate areas on the iron. Every time I pick up the iron my knuckles inadvertently changes the temp to a lower setting. The iron spat water on my garments and I followed instructions. Our water isn t hard here either. Gotta say for the price I m disappointed. The steam is nice. I debated getting another but the handle design is ridiculous and not thought out very well. You have to relearn how to hold an iron to avoid changing the temp. Not sure I can get another with the handle issue. I have medium size hands for a guy. They aren t big. 1Terrible quality on last 2 Rowenta iron purchaseTerrible quality on last 2 Rowenta iron purchase. Bought this product as a replacement for another Rowenta iron that failed within 1 year of purchase. This unit failed 1 month after warranty expiration. Both units were made in Germany, so I thought I was avoiding Chinese quality issues by purchasing a German designed and built product. Appears that is no longer a trait at Rowenta - looks elsewhere for your iron, or keep a second one handy. 1
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