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Rowenta DW5080 Focus Auto Shut off 400-Hole Stainless Steel Soleplate Steam Iron,1700-Watt, Beige

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  • 1700 Watts of Power, Anti-Drip System, Enhanced Thermostat, 3 Way Auto Off
  • Stainless Steel Soleplate with Microsteam 400 holes for perfect steam distribution. Enhanced Stainless Steel Precision Tip
  • Large Water Tank- 10 Oz Self Clean System. Flushes out loose mineral deposits ensuring optimal performance. Filling Inlet Cover
  • Shot of Steam -Produces a powerful shot (100g/min) for effective wrinkle removal from difficult fabrics. Variable SteamSpray Vertical Steam
  • 7 Foot Electrical Cord -With 360 degree pivot. Anti Calc- Integrated anti-scale system for extended life of the iron
  • The product does not have turn on switch, so please use temperature controller for turning on the product. The switch on the product is Autosteam on or off so please set to OFF if you are using iron without steam/water.
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Rowenta DW5080 Focus Steam Iron

Rowenta irons are all designed to produce perfect results every time as easily as possible while caring for and maintaining the quality of the fabric. Rowenta engineers every iron with the right combination of the four key elements that make ironing easier and produce perfect results: Steam–The more steam the easier it is to iron. Rowenta soleplates offer unique steam distribution across the entire soleplate for better steam penetration and more efficient ironing. Heat –Accurate and consistent temperatures. Rowenta soleplates have a thick central core of aluminum that ensures the quick and even spread across the entire soleplate so there are no hot spots. Glide–Less friction means less effort. Rowenta soleplates are made from the highest quality stainless steel which allows for a maximum glide across all fabrics. Water–Tap water for convenience. Rowenta irons are designed to use regular untreated tap water that easily transforms into abundant steam without spitting or leaking. “Focus by Rowenta: For perfect results down to the highest level of detail” In addition to a modernized overall design, the new Rowenta DW5080 Focus iron has been enhanced in the key areas requiring maximum control and ultimate precision: Heat -New ergonomic thermostat knob with a precise reading of the settings. Water -Crystal tank with graduation lines for a precise water level indication. Tip -Enhanced stainless steel precision tip, with a sharper point, for better access to hard-to-reach areas.

Rowenta Focus
400 holes Microsteam soleplate for perfect steam distribution
Pointed tip for precision
1700 Watts of Power
Vertical steam feature for versatility
Auto off feature for safety

Made in Germany, Rowenta Focus iron features enhanced stainless steel soleplate with precision tip, with sharper point, for better access to hard-to-reach areas. A crystal tank with graduation lines for a precise water level indication and a new ergonomic thermostat knob with a precise reading of the settings.


Features & Benefits
  • 1700 Watts of Power
  • Made in Germany
  • Scratch Resistant Stainless Steel Microsteam 400 Soleplate - Highly polished stainless steel provides a smooth surface with excellent glide Round shape at the back to go back and forth without creases
  • Enhanced high precision tip delivers steam and pressing into hard-to-reach areas
  • Large Thermostat Knob - For ergonomic reading of the settings
  • Graduation Lines - For a precise water indication
  • Self Clean System - Flushes out loose mineral deposits, ensuring optimal performance
  • Anti-Calc - Integrated anti-scale system removes impurities for long lasting, clean steam
  • 3-Way Auto Shut-Off - Turns the iron off in 8 minutes if left vertically and 30 seconds if left horizontally or tipped over
  • Vertical Steam - Allows iron to be used in upright position to remove wrinkles from drapes and hanging garments
  • Burst of Steam - Steam is concentrated at the tip to remove hard-to-reach wrinkles from difficult fabric
  • Comfort Handle - Soft touch handle provides comfort and control for precise ironing
  • Large Soft-touch Rear - Provides extra stability when iron is on its heel
  • Extra Large Water Tank - Extra large water tank with 10 oz. capacity fills easily at the tap
  • 1 year international warranty

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 5 x 6 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: Germany
  • ASIN: B004ILTH1K
  • Item model number: 1110030632
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,355 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #285 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]

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730 of 746 people found the following review helpful By KATCH on March 27, 2011
Color: Taupe
I researched carefully before buying another iron. E-How provided insights, and I read reviews of the best irons. A good steam iron should have at least 300 steam holes, my sources told me, and 1700 watts of power. This Rowenta has 400 steam holes, a smooth gliding sole plate with specially designed tip to get around buttons. This is an update of the Focus DZ 5080, but probably pretty much the same. It seems that irons have gotten more expensive over the years, but cheaper in manufacturing and quality. I was so tired of my Black & Decker spitting brownish liquid onto my clothes, dripping, cooling instead of steaming. I actually like ironing, but need a tool that works. The Rowenta Dw5080 is great -what a real steam iron should be. The first time I filled it it really gave off steam, has a nice feel, good weight, and glides easily. Heavy cotton fabric, which used to take several passes, now takes one and looks perfectly smooth. All of the functions are easy to see and use and it has a large water tank. It does use up water, but so did my old B&D. The difference is, this one really gives off steam. One note on filling it: if you get little white flakes, your water is too hard, so add 50/50 with spring water (not distilled), and be faithful about using the self-clean feature once a month. So far, I just love this iron and look forward to ironing with new delight.
I hope it lasts a long time. I am tired of buying poor quality products that end up in landfills.
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388 of 400 people found the following review helpful By E. Baisden on July 8, 2011
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I work at a huge corporate facility and have to use an iron often, sometimes daily. Having freshly pressed clothes is something I take pride in and ironing is so much cheaper then taking your clothes to the dry cleaner (plus the chemicals they use....blech). Back when I was living with roommates one of them had a nice Rowenta iron. That iron was such a work horse it put my old B&D iron to shame. I was sad when we all parted ways and got places of our own because I had to give up use of such a great iron. So here we are a year and change later and boom my old B&D iron I started using again began to leak which was the final blow to the problems I started having with that iron. I was actually happy about this because I was eager to finally get a Rowenta of my own.

The reason I chose this iron is because of the look and size. I'm a 6'5" male with pretty big hands so I like the fact that the handle has a nice sturdy feel to it and the steam and squirt buttons are big. The weight of the iron is good; makes you feel like you have something sturdy in your hands, something that will last you a while if taken care of.

Performance is astounding. The iron glides across your clothes and the bursts of steam are even on every pass. As soon as I got home I followed the first use instructions and went to work on a basket of dress shirts and slacks I had just washed. What I noticed immediately is that my ironing time was cut in half. With my old iron it would take more then a few minutes to get warmed up and when finally warm I would have to make several passes to get that nice ironed shirt look I enjoy. With the Rowenta, it takes about a minute or two to warm up then the magic that can only be found using a Rowenta happens.
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597 of 638 people found the following review helpful By Bill in Portland, Oregon on January 6, 2013
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I have my shirts done and use my iron every morning to touch them up. I also iron khakis, denim, cotton moleskin, and wool flannel trousers, as well as sport jackets and suits. I mention this because I have years of experience ironing and I need a high quality iron that puts out lots of steam.

My previous iron was a Rowenta DE-871 "Professional." The old DE-871, (no longer available) lasted over ten years, put out lots of steam, and never leaked or spit water out of the steam vents. I purchased my first Focus model DW-5080 slightly over a year ago and it worked very well for about one year until it quit altogether. (would not power up when plugged in) After several calls, including to Rowenta North America, I determined that it was the plug itself that was likely broken or defective. I contacted the Rowenta service center in Seattle, WA. to learn that a new plug costs $39.95 plus $20.00 to install the part. (plus shipping of about $20.00 for a total of($79.95) I informed the individual at the Rowenta service center that I am fairly handy with electronics and asked if, in his opinion, he thought I could install the part myself,....He replied with one word, no.

So I went back to Bed, Bath & Beyond and told the story to the Manager who could not have been more understanding. He gave me a brand new Rowenta Focus model DW-5080. To my surprise Rowenta has changed the design of this iron enough so that it should no longer carry the designation "Focus," or the model designation DW-5080.

The new Focus DW-5080 spit out large quantities of water from the steam vents every time I used it.
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145 of 165 people found the following review helpful By J. Lamb on June 30, 2011
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This is my third Rowenta Iron and I love it. It has plenty of well dispersed steam holes and I really like the shape of the sole plate head- great for around button holes and small areas. Produces plenty of steam even for terribly wrinkled linen. Use bottled spring water and you won't have any problem with the iron spitting. It's not a light iron, but a good iron must have some weight to it. I do wish the Rowentas had an on/off switch but I'm guessing this is a safety issue. Once you go Rowenta, you won't go back. I've passed my older Rowentas to my college age children and they're still working. The cleaning kit is also a good purchase- the cream cleaner works well.
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