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Rowenta DW7180 Everlast 1750-Watt Anti-Calc Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 400-Hole, Blue
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- Patented lime scale collector, capturing up to 1 teaspoon of scale
- Collector is Removable and extremely easy to empty
- Powerful steam Shot gets rid of all the wrinkles - even the most stubborn ones
- Patented Microsteam400 Soleplate, with 400 fully activated micro steam holes, ensures even and optimal distribution of the steam into the fabric
- 3 steam options, auto/off for Safety, 1750W of steam power, 12oz water tank, 8ft cord
- Made in Germany
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From the manufacturer
Dw7180 Everlast Anticalc
Solution For Hard Water.
What Makes Rowenta Irons Better?
- 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 no hot spots
- Glide – Less friction means less effort Rowenta soleplates are made from the highest quality stainless steel 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
Everlast Anticalc Steam Iron
Need an iron that lasts ?
Hard water is found in 85% of the U.S.While the minerals won’t harm your health, they can leave insoluble mineral deposits all over appliances and fixtures. To fight the scale building up in your iron Rowenta introduces a patented technology: The Rowenta Everlast Anti-calc iron - for unrivalled protection from limescale! The Ever last Iron captures the lime scale particles in its patented calc collector combined with the effectiveness of a high performance steam iron, ensures perfect results, time after time.
- Patented lime scale collector, capturing up to 1 teaspoon of scale.
- Collector is removable and extremely easy to empty
- Powerful steam shot gets rid of all the wrinkles - even the most stubborn ones
- Patented Microsteam400 soleplate, with 400 fully activated micro steam holes, ensures even and optimal distribution of the steam into the fabric
- Precision tip for those difficult-to-reach areas such as collars, pockets, and skirt pleats
- 3 steam options, variable, vertical and steam burst that can be adaptable to all ironing needs
- Auto/ off for safety
- 1750W of steam power for optimal ironing results
- 12 oz water tank that gives you 30 minutes of uninterrupted steaming
- 8 ft cord
Powerful And Durable
Patented Scale Collector
The iron is equipped with a removable scale collector at the back that allows to easily maintain a high level of steam performance overtime.
Scale is automatically collected in the collector (1 teaspoon every 3 months on average, depending on water hardness) that is easy to empty.
The Anti-Calc captures large pieces of calc and is complementary to Self Clean feature that flushes small calcium particles through the soleplate’s tiny holes. This system contributes to maintain a high level of steam performance overtime.
1750 Watts Of Power
Produces a powerful shot for effective wrinkle removal from difficult fabrics.
Patented Stainless Steel Soleplate
This unique soleplate does not only delivers perfect steam distribution thanks to its 400 microsteam holes but offers also superior glide across all fabrics. Its high-precision tip works well for getting into pleats, between buttons, and along seams.
Safe and Smart
Prevents spitting and leaking when the iron is on a low temperature for delicate fabrics.
Auto-Steam feature continually adjusts steam output to the temperature of the soleplate.
3-Way Smart Auto Off
Switches iron off in 8-minutes if left vertically, 30-seconds if left horizontally, 30-seconds if tipped over.
Ergonomic thermostat knob provides a precise reading of settings.
|Focus Iron DW5080||Pro Master Steam Iron DW8080||Focus Steam Iron DW5197||Steamium Steam Iron DW9081||Everlast Anticalc DW7180||Steamforce Steam Iron DW9280|
|Microsteam holes||400 holes||400 holes||400 holes||400 holes||400 holes||400 holes|
|Watts||1700 W||1700 W||1725 W||1800 W||1750 W||1800 W|
|Stainless steel soleplate||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Anti calc collector||✓|
|Steamforce technology||30% More Steam||30% More Steam|
|Water Tank Capacity||10 oz||12.7 oz||10 oz||10.8 oz||10 oz||10.8 oz|
|Burst of steam||100 g/min||150 g/min||180 g/min||200 g/min||180g/min||220 g/min|
Rowenta DW7180 ever last anti-calc iron - for unrivaled protection from limescale! the ever last iron captures the Lime scale particles in its patented calc collector combined with the effectiveness of a high performance steam iron, ensures perfect results, time after time.
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General observations: The base is mirror finish, glass smooth stainless steel with more teeny holes that I could be bothered to count. Compared to our current irons, there are at least 4x as many. There's a nice stress relief on the power cord that also keeps the wire away from the iron. The temp dial is large and easy to read. There are two large buttons on top for the water and steam. That's my only complaint - they are difficult to press. After using the iron for around 15 minutes my thumb felt the effects of pressing the buttons. Compared to the iron we use the most (over the years we've collected a few) it takes twice the effort to press.
Filling: The face of the iron has a door that flips open exposing a scoop shaped opening that funnels water to a hole for the water tank. This is obviously designed to be filled while holding in your hand - otherwise the angle does not work. I filled it from the tap and using a syrup container. Either worked well. It's impossible to fill standing up, and very messy to try if it's laying down.
Ease of use: Well, I cheated here. I don't iron much. I'm a walking wrinkle-fest. My GF irons, so she tried this out. Her observations: glides over material, very even steam pattern, easy to use. Buttons are hard to press. Easy to fill. The shape of the tip is great for "tight spaces" and points. A lot lighter than she thought it would be (I weighed it - 4lbs. 1 oz filled.) The dark blue makes it difficult to see the current fill level. She had to get the lighting "just right" to see it.
By far the best iron we have.
In summary, I have no idea why I paid nearly $100 for an iron. I'd like to say this is a professional iron, but even professional irons don't function as nice. If you have about $50 extra to burn and want to treat yourself, go for it. To this day my only beef is with the color, and would've preferred White over anything else.
So, on this last round we decided to go higher end. Maybe if we buy something higher quality it will last longer. Enter this German-made Rowenta, which came with 4+ star reviews.
From the very first run out of the box I had concerns about this iron. It quite a bit of water every time. Yes, I followed the directions perfectly and did not overfill, nor fill it while the iron was hot, etc etc. I kept trying it, and after a couple weeks of it consistently doing this I was ready to send it back. My wife however liked the solid, heavier feel to this unit, and she typically irons more than I do anyway, and so rather than going through the hassle of returning I just said "if it's good enough for her then we'll just keep it".
Fast forward 1 year and two months later, and now we both hate it. Not only does it still leak water, but the interiors have corroded or something and it so it also spews out the yellow-orange scaling (we have hard water here). Also, my wife says it doesn't heat up as well as the cheap Panasonic we had before (which I just repurchased to replace this Rowenta).
I've never had an iron, or any small appliance for that matter, last such a short period, and for the money we paid this is very disappointing. So much for "German-made". I am not enthused about ever trying another Rowenta product, and based on our experiences cannot recommend this unit.
It gets two stars because it's solid/heavy, and looks pretty.
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Disappointing from such a good brand and expensive iron