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Rowenta IS8100 Commercial Garment Steamer 1500W

by Rowenta

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  • Commercial-quality steamer from Rowenta for garments, drapes, and more; steam-ready in 60 seconds
  • A foot pedal activates the 1500-watt steamer on and off; automatic shutdown for safety
  • Integrated accessories storage : fabric brush, crease attachment, upholstery brush
  • Double telescopic extension, can reach curtains
  • Automatic cord rewinder


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 7 x 62 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0007LJO68
  • Item model number: IS-8100
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #623,579 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

With a unique code-breaking design to streamline performance the new IS8100 steamer is ideal for steaming garments and furnishings around the home. The suitcase inspired “tilt and roll” features enables easy transport. Foot operated pedals for power and cord retraction are convenient and comfortable. Variable steam control lets you control the amount of steam needed for a project. Telescopic pole adjusts height for comfort and pushes down for compact storage.

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Customer Reviews

Seemed like the plastic head split a bit and the steam that escaped melted it?
JCinNC
I should have learned my lesson after purchasing a Rowenta iron 8 years ago - it lasted 7 months and was the most expensive iron I've ever purchased.
maggie
No replacement is available from Rowenta and they do not seem to have a repair station or address.
D. Gibson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 85 people found the following review helpful By H. D. Carvalho on February 5, 2008
I'll make it simple: If you are looking for a home-edition garment steamer, your top 2 choices in the marketplace will likely be the Jiffy 2000 and the Rowenta 8100.

I tested both for 10 hours; on a 1 to 10 scale:

Jiffy (Looks = 6; Engineering = 10; handling = 9; craftsmanship = 10).
It looks like a mop bucket on wheels but it performs like a jet engine; every part of this machine from the plate at the bottom of the unit to the steam handle is built for rugged usage.

Rowenta (Looks = 10; Engineering = 5; Handling = 7; crafsmanship = 4).
It looks like a UFO but performs like a Pinto with much less steaming power; it is built as a toddler's toy having most parts made with inexpensive plastic including the watertank base and valve: pull the machine a single foot OR tilt it a mere 1 inch and you will experience a slow-building cascade.

Buy the Rowenta 8100 as a decorative piece to make your closet look good.

Buy the Jiffy 2000 as a garment steamer to make your clothes look good.
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53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By A. H. on September 17, 2006
I received an IS 8100 steamer as a gift. Now, nine months later, the steam head has come apart. It just fell apart. It appears that daily use (four or five days a week) may have been too much for this "commercial" product. I'm trying to obtain a replacement part from Rowenta now. I'll update my review once I get a final answer from their customer service department.

When the product is working, it works pretty well. I use it on wool suits, and it removes wrinkles quickly. However, without the steam head, this is useless for me.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Hank on August 17, 2005
I enjoyed how this product worked at first. The steam was powerful. The machine looked great. However, the water tank design is cheap. The lid did not stay on the tank well ever. I had enough when the lid slipped off spilling a gallon of water on my hardwood floors. I will look at Jiffy steamers which might be worth the extra $ for real professional quality.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Judith Lundy on August 26, 2005
I love my steamer! This is probably the best purchase I ever made. It steams out wrinkles in a flash in every fabric I own. No more spending time ironing for me. In a short minute, my clothing looks beautiful. I have had no problems with the tank whatsover, and love the idea that I do not have to worry if I forget to leave the steamer on. I used to have a hand-held steamer, and you cannot even compare the two machines. Bravo for the Rowenta steamer. It receives complete raves from me!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Karen B Mielke on December 11, 2006
I LOVED this for the 3 months I used it before the head fell apart, despite hot water leaking onto my hand. It removed wrinkles from dress shrit and slacks very well. Now it's useless and no replacement head is available. I would put the effort into repair, but it appears from reviews that more trouble is inevitable. If you haven't experienced problems with this machine, either you haven't had it long enough or don't use it.

Update: I Duck Taped the head together and continued to use it, but now the water tank cover doesn't fit properly and resulted in a laundry room flood. This product should be recalled!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Gloria Gadson on October 30, 2005
We purchase two of these steamers. We thought it was a fluke with the first one with the tank/cap. Both had the same problem. Once the water in the tank is replaced, the cap does not screw back on. Either the tank shrinked or the cap expanded. Fortunately the store we purchased them from refunded our money and told us that others were returned for the same reason.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A.K. on July 12, 2007
The hot steam burned right through the hose that attaches the hand-held piece to the tank (at the bottom of the "neck")

The hose is rubber, and under pressure from the steam, it literally disintegrated. This happened the THIRD time I used it.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By ANNA ILANA on July 25, 2006
My steamer worked well for all of 5 mins. The pole went from upright to a 45 degree angle without hanging anything on it and would not straighten out; the defect appeared to be at the connection where the pole screws into the machine. Then within minutes I had water all over my hardwood floors. I had the same problem as other reviewers, the water tank kept leaking. So off to the returns department we went. I guess it steamed well for the five minutes that it worked? Not worth all the mess and hassle of returning it.
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