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Rowenta DW9081 Steamium 1800-Watt Electronic Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 400-Hole, Brown
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- 1800-watt iron with advanced steam force technology for 30-percent more steam pressure
- 400-hole stainless-steel nonstick soleplate with high-precision tip; one-touch steam and temperature selection
- Steam on demand; burst-of-steam and cool-spray-mist functions; vertical steam for hanging garments
- LED display; 10-4/5-ounce water tank; anti-drip, self-cleaning, and anti-calc systems; dry iron option; 3-way auto shut-off
- Measures 11-2/5 by 5 by 6 inches; 1-year limited warranty
- Made in Germany
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DW9081 Steamium Iron
New pump injection technology for perfect ironing results.
Professional Ironing with Advanced Features
The Steam Force Technology : +30% Steam
1800-watt iron with advanced pump injection technology that forces steam into the fabrics; pushing 30 % more steam into the heart of the fabric.
Patented Stainless-Steel Soleplate
This unique soleplate not only delivers perfect steam distribution thanks to its 400 microsteam holes but also offers superior glide across all fabrics.
One touch controls for ideal steam and temperature selection, digital fabric selection for maximum visibility and control.
High precision tip delivers steam and pressing into hard-to-reach areas and give excellent ironing results.
One Touch Temperature Setting
One touch controls for ideal steam and temperature selection. It also features Variable Steam for greater flexibility when ironing a variety of fabrics such as wool, silk and thick layers at the seams and waistbands.
3-way Auto Off
Auto-off function to turn the iron off in 8 minutes if vertical and 30 seconds if horizontal or tipped over.
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.
Conquer stubborn wrinkles quickly and easily with the Rowenta DW9081 Steamium steam iron. With its advanced steam force technology, the 1800-watt iron pushes 30-percent more steam pressure into fabric to create freshly pressed results in less time. The iron’s up-top LED display makes it easy to see the fabric setting, and its temperature-selection dial turns with a simple touch. Choose minimum heat or higher heat settings, including nylon, silk, wool, cotton, or linen. The steam output automatically adjusts to match the fabric or temperature setting, while its ergonomically designed trigger located under the comfort-grip handle creates steam on demand with nothing more than a simple squeeze. The iron’s stainless-steel soleplate provides 400 micro-steam holes and a nonstick, scratch-resistant surface to ensure thorough steam distribution and smooth gliding over any type of fabric, while its high-precision tip reaches easily into pleats, between buttons, and along seams. The iron can also be used without steam for dry ironing or as a vertical steamer for effortlessly removing wrinkles from hanging garments. Other highlights include burst-of-steam and cool-spray-mist functions, a large 10.45-ounce water tank, an anti-drip system to prevent leaking or spitting at low temperatures, self-cleaning and anti-calc systems for optimal performance and extended iron life, and a 7-foot electrical cord with a 360-degree pivot to keep the cord from getting in the way. For safety, the iron turns off automatically after 8 minutes if left vertically and after 30 seconds if left horizontally or tipped over. Harnessing the power of steam, there’s no need to waste time ironing the same spot over and over. Experience impressive performance and ultra-efficient wrinkle removal with the Rowenta Steamium steam iron.
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 11.4 x 5 in||5 x 11 x 6 in||5.7 x 12.6 x 7.08 in||4.9 x 11.4 x 6 in||7 x 12.6 x 5.7 in||5.7 x 12.6 x 7.08 in|
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Top Customer Reviews
Enter the DW9081 "Steamium" line, offering an additional 100watts of heat (1800 vs 1700 in the DW5080), a smart steam level (no need to set the steam (it's produced automatically), up to "30% more" steam, and clear temperature / fabric indicator lights.
Don't get me wrong - this is an outstanding iron. Its stainless steel soleplate glides over any fabric without damage, there are plenty of holes for steam to evenly distribute, and it is heavy for consistent pressing.
The issue for me is that the ironing performance was no better, despite the claims, than our $70 (Amazon price) Rowenta DW5080. In fact, the "Steamium" intelligent steam feature seemed to be just a bit too smart sometimes, not producing the level of steam we would have liked. Perhaps it takes some adjusting after manually setting steam levels for years.
Both the Rowenta DW9081 and DW5080 irons:
- are made in Germany
- have the same stainless steel soleplate
- include pivoting and long power cords
- are notably heavy for even pressing
- produce strong volumes of steam both horizontally and vertically
- have large and easy-to-fill water reservoirs
- include a self-clean feature
For our take, the only real notable benefit of the DW9081 is a clear indicator area at the top of the handle that lights up in green showing the actual fabric setting based on the temperature dial. Is that worth twice the price?
The only problem is I have to refill every few shirts. Also, I was worried with the amount of steam that it would make my clothes damp. That has no been the case. The only result is perfectly ironed clothes in half the time that it used to take. Don't tell my wife, but I actually don't mind ironing. I've even started ironing polo shirts and jeans which I have never done before because of how quick and easy it is. (It also heats up in a quarter of the time of other irons I've had in the past)
Let me tell you a little bit about my usual ironing experience. Until I bought the Rowenta DW9081, I would begin ironing my long sleeve shirts starting with the collar and then moving onto the sleeves. Iron one side of the sleeve, flip it over to do the other side where more than likely a new crease would have been caused by ironing the first side. Then, since I hate the crease left at the top side of the sleeve, I would spritz that with some water and hope to get the crease out as much as possible. I could never remove it completely. Then after the second sleeve is done, I'd proceed to the rest of the shirt. On occasion, trying to go too fast, I would end up creating a new unwanted crease by not keeping the fabric completely flat. And of course, getting that crease out is near impossible. Turns out cheap irons are better at creating unwanted creases than removing them.
Now onto my Rowenta experience. I started with the collar as before. Onto the sleeves, iron one side and flip over. To my surprise the opposite side is already ironed! To remove the crease on the top of the sleeve, just hold the auto-steam trigger and good to go. As for the rest of the shirt, no worries with accidental creases as the weight of the iron keeps the fabric from inadvertently bunching up. Overall the time it takes me to do one shirt is probably cut nearly in half.
I did find that if I try to use the auto-steam trigger for too long, the preheat light keeps going on while I'm trying to finish my current portion of the shirt. If the light is on (which indicates it needs to heat up a bit) and I try to iron, even without the auto-steam trigger held, there is some water leakage. I'm not sure if this is fault of the iron or more of me trying to push it further than it can go. As long as I wait a second or two for the pre-heat light to go off, it doesn't leak. It seems to me that a 1800w iron shouldn't need those few seconds to keep up the heat level w/o having to pass every few seconds.
All in all, no more cheap irons for me. So glad I picked this one up. To me, the money is worth the time saved as well as the decreased frustrations with cheap irons.