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Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master 1700-Watt Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 400-Hole, Blue
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- 1700-watt professional-grade steam iron with full metal shield and 3-way automatic shut-off
- Highly polished stainless-steel soleplate with precision tip and 400+ micro holes for thorough steam distribution
- Variable-steam, burst-of-steam, and cool-mist-spray options; vertical steam for hanging garments
- Anti-drip and self-clean systems; extra-large 12.7-ounce water tank; works with regular tap water
- Comfort-grip handle; 7-foot cord with 360-degree pivot; made in Germany; 1-year warranty
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DW8080 Pro Master Steam Iron
From cottons and linens to delicate silks, this professional-style iron smooths away wrinkles in a single pass, reducing your ironing time.
Advanced features include an extra-long burst of steam for efficient removal of even the toughest wrinkles.
Microsteam400 stainless steel soleplate
Microsteam400 stainless soleplate with precision tip provides excellent glide, scratch resistance and optimal steam diffusion.
Powerful 1700-Watt steam
Pro Master comes with 1700 watts of power, it provides superior steam performance and results thanks to a powerful shot of steam that is pushed with high pressure into the fabrics creasing out wrinkles even on the thickest garments.
New sharper precision tip reaches difficult areas like collars, seams and around buttons with ease to provide excellent detailed ironing.
Pro Master features variable steam allowing steam output to be adjusted; powerful vertical steam allowing the iron to be used in an upright position to remove wrinkles from hanging garments; cool spray mist providing a light mist to remove stubborn wrinkles.
Comfort-grip handle for ease of use. 7-foot cord with 360-degree pivot.
3 way auto-off
Auto shutoff stops power after 8 minutes if left vertical, after 30 seconds if left horizontal or when tipped over.
Made in Germany
Made in Germany, Pro Master reaches high quality expectations to provide professional-quality results.
What Make Rowenta Irons Better?
- Steam: Rowenta offers unique steam distribution across the entire soleplate for better steam penetration and more efficient ironing.
- Heat: Rowenta soleplates have a thick central core of aluminum that ensures quick and even heat distribution across the entire soleplate, no hot spots!
- Glide: Rowenta soleplates are made from the highest quality stainless steel to allow for a maximum glide across all fabrics and reduce efforts.
- Water: Rowenta irons are designed to use regular untreated tap water without spitting or leaking.
For professional-quality results at home, turn to the Pro Master steam iron by Rowenta. The 1700-watt iron features a full metal shield and a scratch-resistant, stainless-steel soleplate with 400 micro holes for an even distribution of wrinkle-removing steam. Gliding effortlessly across all fabrics, the highly polished soleplate includes a rounded back end, for a smooth back and forth motion, and a precision-point tip that makes easy work of maneuvering over collars, along seams, and in between buttons. Adjust the continuous steam output (40g/min) and soleplate temperature as needed to accommodate a wide range of fabrics like silk or wool. The iron’s powerful burst of steam function (150g/min) works great for thicker fabrics and makes unruly wrinkles quickly melt away. Holding the iron upright, and with the touch of a button, the iron delivers an extra-long burst of vertical steam—perfect for removing wrinkles from hanging garments, delicate items, or drapes. Additional highlights include an anti-drip system to prevent spitting or leaking at low heat settings, a self-cleaning anti-calc system that flushes out loose mineral deposits for long-lasting optimal performance, and three-way automatic shut-off for safety—the iron turns itself off if left unused after 8 minutes in the upright position or after 30 seconds in the horizontal position or if tipped over. Successfully complete any ironing task with the professional-grade Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master steam iron.
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My previous Rowenta home model just died after 10 years of service. After much research and comparison, I decided on this Rowenta Pro Maser DW-8080 model as a replacement. I have been using it for three weeks and so far am very happy with the purchase.
PROS: Great steam power (lots of it!)....even on the medium steam setting it produces enough for getting out wrinkles on linen and cotton. The iron gets out wrinkles in one pass, where my old iron may have taken two or three passes. The pointed nose makes it easy to get into corners. The iron uses regular tap water (unfiltered, straight out of the tap) and comes with a plastic pouring cup which is handy for filling. I have not experienced any dripping or leaking of any kind. The self-clean feature really works, it lets out a BLAST of steam and water that will flush out any particles.
CONS: Iron is a bit on the heavy side...it is substantial in your hand. The hand grip seems a bit short in length, and is positioned more towards the back of the unit, which makes the iron feel a bit front-long as you steer it around. The hinged lid covering the water fill hole has to be snapped shut; it requires a pretty good push to get it to snap (though that could be because the unit is new).
Despite the few flaws, I think that the Rowenta Pro Master is a great iron for home use.
UPDATE 12/2010: I have been using this iron for nearly 11 months now and it is still performing as beautifully as day one. Highly recommend.
UPDATE 2/2013: Still going strong! My only minor complaint is that despite the anti-calc feature the iron has a bit of calcium build up inside after 3 years. The little flakes of build up do come out with the self-clean feature, but I have to self-clean more often as it gets older. Can't really fault the iron for this as mineral deposits are a fact of life when an appliance uses hot water. I also occasionally polish up the soleplate with the Rowenta Soleplate Cleaner Kit to keep it gliding smoothly. Other than that it's still performing as well as they day I bought it.
This iron does need regular upkeep and I've found that if I wait too long between cleanings (it's recommended to clean every 2 weeks) it will begin leaking water. Fortunately, cleaning is quick and easy and you don't need to wait for the iron to cool down to clean it. And once it's cleaned, the leaking will stop.
As a quilter, I need good quality tools to produce good work and this iron is one of the best!
I suppose the tension for any iron is that between providing enough steam, and holding enough water. This iron has a decent reservoir, but if you're doing a lot of shirts, it might require replenishing before the job is done. But for the most part, I find I can fill the iron, press a few shirts and a pair of pants, and have enough steam to do get it done. The "precision tip" seemed like a silly promotional point, but in fact, it has a nice, precise point in front that forms a lip, thereby allowing you to get it into a shirt pocket or under a collar without wrinkling where you've already ironed. I found it surprisingly helpful and useful in doing shirts, or openings of pant pockets. The iron has a nice long cord, which has enough body to it not to tangle up. The finish on this iron seems first rate. The handle feels nice, and the whole iron just seems nicely balanced. Feels like quality materials, assembled with good craftsmanship. This is the first Rowenta iron I've owned, and I am quite impressed, and happy with it.