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Rowenta DW9080 U1 Steamium Steam Iron with Auto-Off and 400-Hole Platinum Soleplate, 1800-Watt, Beige

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  • 1800-watt iron with advanced steam force technology for 30-percent more steam
  • Microsteam 400-hole platinum soleplate; one-touch steam and temperature selection
  • LED display; fabric-select dial; vertical steam; 10-4/5-ounce water tank; anti-drip system
  • Steam on demand; burst-of-steam and cool-spray-mist functions; 3-way auto shut-off
  • Measures 11-2/5 by 5 by 6 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 5 x 6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Germany
  • ASIN: B002MCYXA2
  • Item model number: DW9080
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (377 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,018 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

New from Rowenta, the DW9080 steamium iron with new steam force technology. The steam force technology is a new pump injection technology that forces steam into the fabrics; pushing 30-percent more steam into the heart of the fabric. High performance steam for efficient ironing; steam on demand with ergonomically designed trigger; one touch temperature setting/led display; one touch controls for ideal steam and temperature selection; steam output is automatically adjusted based on fabric selection; fabric selection on front of iron for maximum visibility and control; led display at forefront of iron for easy temperature selection and monitoring. Loaded with features, the DW9080 steamium iron has the following: 3-way smart automatic shut off-switches iron off in 8-minutes if left vertically, 30-seconds if left horizontally, 30-seconds if tipped over. An easy to fill, large 10-4/5-ounce water tank ; 1800watts of power provides a powerful vertical steam-allowing the iron to be used in an upright position to remove wrinkles from hanging garments; burst of steam-producing effective wrinkle removal from difficult fabrics and variable steam-allowing steam output to be adjusted in demand. The cool spray mist provides a light mist to remove stubborn wrinkles. The microsteam 400 platinum precision soleplate is stainless steel coated with ultra-thin silicate coating; platinum soleplates have a tougher, smoother surface with excellent non-stick and scratch resistant properties. The high precision tip on the soleplate is perfect for hard to reach areas. The anti-drip system helps prevent spitting and leaking when thermostat is on a low setting. The self clean system flushes out loose mineral deposits ensuing optimal performance. The integrated anti calc system will extend the life of the iron. The iron has a 7-feet electrical cord with 360-degree pivot, it has a handle that is ergonomically designed for maximum comfort and comes with a 1-year warranty.

Note: The steam iron would take 45 seconds to heat up.

Instruction to be followed:

  • Open the water inlet and fill the water tank with tap water
  • Close the water inlet
  • Plug the iron
  • An orange light turns on at the base of the handle, meaning the iron is heating up
  • Adjust the thermostat by selecting the type of your garment
  • Meanwhile the screen indicated you what you have selected , in green
  • When the orange light turns off, the iron is ready to go
  • Press the trigger below the handle to get continuous steam on your fabric
  • Use the extra burst of steam or spray, 2 bottoms on the top of the handle if needed
  • While the work is finished, unplug the iron and empty the water tank for long lasting product
  • Wait until the soleplate is cooling down before storing your iron

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Great iron, heats up fast, steams well and very powerful.
    Ed Cheng
    I have had 2 other Rowentas previously that lasted several years.
    Barbara Gordy
    This iron costs a lot of money, but it is well worth every penny.
    Phyllis M. Neave

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    1,250 of 1,268 people found the following review helpful By Pristine on October 14, 2009
    I must confess that I read through almost all the reviews of the other Rowenta Irons, and was on my way to purchasing the Advancer when I saw this new model.

    First off, for people who are familiar with Rowenta irons, the ones made in Germany (as this one is) tend to be larger in size than an average iron. If you don't mind wielding a big iron, then you'll be ok with this one. The water chamber is also larger, so that adds to the weight when filled.

    Secondly, it makes a great deal of difference whether the Rowenta is made in China or Germany. Since this one is German-made, you will have less trouble. I tend to stay away from anything made in China, especially when it combines electronics with water. Simply put, China's quality control still leaves a lot to be desired.

    Third and most important: FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS! Rowenta goes to great lengths on their website and user manual to recommend the following: DO NOT USE DISTILLED WATER. DO NOT USE BRITA WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM. They recommend BOTTLED Spring Water. You may use regular tap water if water in your state is "soft" (lacking in minerals). If you have to use regular TAP Water and you are not sure whether your tap water is hard or soft, contact your town hall OR go to Google and type in "water" "usgs" "gov" The first USGS website on top is the one created by the US Govt to show the hardness of water in your state. You want to type in "water hardness" when you are on that site, and a North American map showing water hardness by state will pop up. The harder your tap water (more minerals), the more you want to mix 50% of it with 50% "BOTTLED spring water." (Though I have seen the BOTTLED Spring water recommendation from Rowenta for all their earlier irons, the Steamium manual did not have it.
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    118 of 122 people found the following review helpful By PR Mom on October 27, 2009
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    I hate to iron, but this iron makes ironing so much easier. My DH loves to iron his clothes (bless his heart) and our old iron was leaking like Niagara falls. So I decided to treat him to a high end iron. After a lot of research (I always research my purchases), I purchased the latest model from Rowenta. Ironing now is so much easier and it cuts the work in half. I don't need to iron my pants front and back. The steam is my favorite feature. You can hear the steam coming out and it really gives you a lot of it and is very easy to use, you press a button and the steam comes out constantly - don't want steam, don't press the button - want a little bit of steam - press the steam button on top. I also like the display on top to let you know the type of fabric. Going around buttons is a breeze. The iron is heavy, but I like that. So far so good. Hope this iron last for a long time.

    Update 11-13-09: So far so good. I'm in love with this iron. I actually look forward to iron clothes now. As another reviewer said, following the instructions is essential. We empty the water chamber after we finished iron (we iron every day) and we only use tap water, unplug after done and don't use any type of starch products. A little pricy yes, but worth every penny!!
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    61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By J. Kennedy on December 31, 2009
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    I'll admit, I don't iron much but my wife irons everything, including all of her clothes that go to the dry cleaner. Our old iron was typical, ironed ok, leaked, and in general was ok although cold make a mess with the leaking and getting water on fabric that didn't need it and adding to ironing time to try to dry the drips etc. It was time for a new one. My wife almost bought on several occasions, a new iron what out shopping, including Rowenta's sold at department stores on sale.

    I told her not to because there's not to much that I don't check on Amazon first. I fretted with the fact that the Steamium was new and full priced, yet a couple other models with so-so mixed reviews were much cheaper. I got a wild hair one day, broke out of my usual fugal mold and siad what the heck and bought the Steamium.

    It arrived quickly as expected so I unpacked it and had to play with the steam. NOTE: read the directions particularly about the type of water to use. It's not something we ever looked at and have always used 100% distilled water. Not so with the Rowenta.

    My wife loves it as I expected as it does the job as good or better than anything she's had. The real test was me. I'd recently considered sending my jeans to the cleaners again after many years not doing it, but I thought I try the Steamium and see how it did, being heavier and all. I was blown away!! The pressure of the steam penetrates such that what I was done, the jeans looked as if they'd been pressed professionally and held that crisp look after wearing. I never knew how important a good iron and good high pressure steam was. I was sold!!!

    So far it's been 100% and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it stays that way! After reading several reviews, I'm glad I learned about irons, Rowenta specifically, and their country of manufacture. Just like our German car, I'm sold on the German build quality in this iron.
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    90 of 97 people found the following review helpful By "Cal" on December 1, 2009
    I was going to purchase the Advancer for less money, but after phoning Rowenta and speaking to a customer service rep, I learned this iron is the newest model with advanced steam, LED display. The best functional change is the continuous steam button is under the handle, making it easier to work with index finger instead of having to hold your thumb down on the top. Working with this is easier on the hands while trying to iron...so kudos to Rowenta for making that change.

    The iron is a little heavier than other brands, but I think that is what makes the press better. I would highly recommend this iron model to anyone looking for a new iron. While other Rowenta models are a bit less, this is worth the extra $20 (or not even that if you shop!).
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