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Miele B990E Rotary Iron

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List Price: $2,299.00
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  • Re-designed control panel
  • Re-designed temperature selection with fabric indicator
  • New improved foot pedal
  • Roller cover "Waves"
  • Stainless steel design accents
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.7 x 44.1 x 22.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 111 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Germany
  • ASIN: B004YBJ6U6
  • Item model number: B990E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,768 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description


Miele Rotary Irons Whether you appreciate perfectly pressed clothes, or crisp, wrinkle-free bed linens, Miele’s rotary iron is large enough to care for almost any fabric in your home, releasing wrinkles instantly and pressing fabrics evenly.

Fold Away DesignThe four rollers allow the rotary iron to be easily moved wherever you need to do your ironing. When folded up, the rotary iron fits easy into a small space or closet, taking up minimal floor space.

Finger Gaurd If during the ironing process your fingers come too close to the hotplate, a safety switch will stop the roller rotation and lift the heater plate off the roller.

Three Temperature SettingsThe temperature range is marked by dots and fabric controls on the ring around the temperature selector. These correspond with the international fabric care symbols for ironing.

Variable Roller Speed The roller speed can be set to one of five speeds to suit the type of laundry being processed and the individual’s working speed.

Easy Folding Finished work is automatically deposited on the laundry shelf beneath the roller in even, soft folds. The ample space between shelf and the roller allows for large items to be pressed.

Open End Design The open end of the roller is particularly useful for ironing items such as shirts and blouses which can be fitted over the open end without being folded. The open end also allows for easy ironing of very wide items such as sheets and tablecloths.

Miele’s B990 Rotary Iron offers for you to sit and iron in comfort. This easy-to-use appliance has a wide roller that allows you to press everything from shirts and pants to bed linens and tablecloths, all with a crisp, professional finish. The electronically controlled roller speed can be adjusted to suit the type of laundry being pressed, and your own individual working speed. It is operated through the use of a foot pedal, allowing you to sit while you iron.

Miele S8 Series Product Comparison

HM 16-80
    Wide Width Roller
    Open End Design
    Foot Pedal Operated
    Finger Guard
    Emergency Release Button
    Easy Folding
    Swing out bar for hanging laundry
    Extra leg room for comfortable ironing
    Aluminum Feeder Board
    Variable roller speed
    Fold away design
    Transportation Wheels
    Three temperature setting
    Freely selectable temperature setting
    Steam Function
    Electricity (in volta)
    Plug rating (in amps)

Since 1899, Miele has been dedicated to producing state-of-the-art home appliances, and we support your passion for a crisp, professional finish on your linens with our rotary irons. Its versatile operation will enable you to give all your laundry a smart finish. While the rotary iron has design features comparable to much larger, industrial machines, it has specifically been designed for home use and can be plugged into any 120-volt outlet, adding that crowning touch to your family’s laundry.

German Engineered Built with uncompromising quality, Miele rotary irons are tested to last 20 years.

7 Year Motor and Casing Warranties Enjoy the comfort and confidence of a Miele-endorsed warranty – one year standard and a 5 year extended service contract for purchase within one year of the original appliance purchase date.

Product Description

With its contemporary design and easy-to-use temperature selection dial, this user-friendly rotary iron features a 34 1/2"-wide roller that presses large table and bed linens and garments to a crisp professional finish just like an old-fashioned laundry mangle. In less than four minutes, the machine can smoothly iron a tablecloth, a duvet cover or a stack of napkins, so it's an indispensable timesaver if you're a frequent entertainer. Operated by an easy-to-use foot pedal, it allows you to sit comfortably as you guide items through the top roller and heating plate; pressed laundry folds neatly onto a shelf underneath. A swing-out bar provides additional space to hang finished items. The iron's open-end design easily accommodates shirts and extra-wide linens. Adjust the roller speed to suit the type of laundry being pressed or your preferred working rate. Other features include three temperature settings, a finger guard and an emergency release button.

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I love my Miele Mangle/ ironing machine.
K. Krewer
Will admit that I like to iron and coveted this ironing machine for several years before making the substantial financial investment.
B. B. Fischer
My husband and I like ironed clothes and sheets, and I don't mind the work that goes into having things crisp and neat.
Julie J. Jarrett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 93 people found the following review helpful By B. B. Fischer on August 28, 2007
I have had this rotary iron for two months and absolutely adore it. Will admit that I like to iron and coveted this ironing machine for several years before making the substantial financial investment. I also have an Ironite Mangle that I purchased used about five years ago and although I still love the Ironite, the Miele is a major mechanical leap forward. What I love best about the Miele is the foot press that automatically controls the ironing plate. Also like the fact that the iron has three heat settings and actually gets hot enough to quickly iron my Italian cotton sheets. I love to sleep on ironed sheets and pillowcases and I can iron a King size sheet with the Miele in about four minutes. For optimal results you really need to dampen the cotton sheets prior to ironing - which I accomplish by spraying the sheets with scented linen water and seasoning in a plastic bag for about 15 minutes before ironing. The linen water (Vodka, Lavender & Peppermint essential oil mixed with water)really provides an aroma therapy effect. So if you have nice linens and want to keep them in excellent condition, the Miele is a must.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Sheryl McCallister on January 22, 2010
My grandmother purchased an Ironrite Mangle in 1955, and it's been the most coveted part of her inheritance to my mother (her daughter-in-law.) A friend of mine has also coveted my mother's Ironrite--and the perfectly pressed cotton shirts that it produces.

Recently, my friend proudly announced that she had a "NEW" Ironrite, and invited me over for a test drive.

The Miele doesn't do a bad job at all; in fact, if I'd never seen an ironing machine before, I'd have been quite impressed.

Having learned to use the Ironrite when I was 11, though, made me aware that it's not nearly as intuitive a machine; and as far as durability is concerned....no.

My TOP recommendation, if you're in the market for an Ironing Machine, is to get online and look for an Ironrite fan club site, and see if anyone's got something for sale in a reasonable radius from you. If you live in Minnesota/Wisconsin, there's a good chance you'll be able to find a working one.

HOWEVER: If you can't find an Ironrite, the Miele is better than an ironing board by a couple of orders of magnitude, and would be worth giving a try if you have a lot of things you like ironed, rather than left 'permapressed' out of the dryer.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Natural on December 18, 2012
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So, I was thinking to myself, "Are you insane? Two G's for ironed sheets? Do you know how many times you could have the laundry do that for you?". Well, it turns out that the answer to that question is "Not so many". The local Martinizing will gladly launder and press a queen sized flat sheet and four pillow cases for $56.74. And you know what? For $56.74 they do an OK (not great) job. Tablecloths are similar but they charge by the square inch. One of my tablecloths would have cost $80.00. Napkins are $6.00. This isn't even the French style laundry in town who presses everything with a hand iron and charges $12.00 per shirt. I bought this machine from Amazon and I am very pleased with how fast and easy it is to press things, especially flat things like sheets, pillow cases, table cloths, and napkins. In fact, I can press the flat sheet and the pillow cases in less than 15 minutes. So, at $56.74 for 15 minutes work, that's like hiring a psychiatrist to press your sheets for you (who we might better use as a psychotherapist instead of having him/her iron our sheets if you're like me and want the perfect bed! Ha!). But, after only 40 weeks of ironing my own sheets, I figure that the rest of the years are gravy. If you are thinking about purchasing this machine go ahead and call around to find out how much it would cost you to have somebody do the job for you. When you pick yourself up off the floor, don't hesitate to work with this vendor.
PS - two more things for consideration. First, I didn't have a problem with my khaki pants. In a few minutes I can do a weeks' worth of work clothes. Second, and this may sound a little eccentric, at $56.74 somebody is getting rich off of ironing sheets, but I figure it's not the people sweating their guts out to make it happen. I'd rather not participate in that.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By DK on April 26, 2012
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This rotary iron is excellent.

It was supposed to arrive in three days using Amazon Prime, but amazingly, it arrived overnight, in perfect condition, superbly packaged. CEVA was the delivery company.....they get 5+ stars. EvVive was the company that sold the item, fulfilled by Amazon Prime. EvVive also gets 5+ stars.

The iron is simple to set up, and it is a well designed, elegant machine. The directions are very straight-forward.

I put it right to the test with sheets, pillow cases and placemats.

I put the iron on its hottest setting, and the rotary speed near its slowest setting, for cotton sheets, as the directions say.
Using these settings, it is also extremely important to be sure that the sheets are damp. In fact, I took the sheets directly from the front-load washer, to the rotary iron. The washer's spin speed is so strong, that the sheets come out just a little damp.

The pillow cases and placemats are a breeze. After two passes through the rotary iron, they were done. If you like a nice crease, then fold the pillow case and put it through the iron. Be aware that when you put damp sheets through the machine, there is a lot of steam produced. But after several passes, the items come out fairly dry.

The sheet is trickier since it is so large. Just fold it vertically a few times, until the entire sheet fits under the rotary iron. I never went more than a 4-sheet thickness. As the sheet was fairly damp, I had to put it through 4 or 5 passes to complete the job. At times, the machine made a concerning high pitched sound, when I put the twice-folded sheet through the rotary iron. It still worked normally.

The results were terrific.
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