Rowenta DZ5080 Focus Stainless-Steel 1700-Watt Iron
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- 1700-watt iron with stainless-steel nonstick soleplate
- Electronic temperature control; LED lights; precision dial
- High-precision tip; 10-ounce water tank; self-cleaning system
- Burst, variable, and vertical steam; 3-way auto shutoff for safety
- Measures 10-1/2 by 3-1/2 by 5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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New from Rowenta, the DZ5080 Focus Iron. A completely new construction technique provides the Rowenta Microsteam soleplate with the best ever steam and heat distribution for the most effective ironing. More than 400 microsteam holes ensure even and optimal steam distribution from tip of the soleplate to the rounded rear for fast, expert results with ease. The high quality stainless steel soleplate is attached to the heavy aluminum core in a unique way that provides an ultra smooth surface with a thin edge that can iron up to buttons, seams and delicate fabrics without snagging. Maintaining the correct temperature is key to good ironing performance and garment care. The DZ5080 has an electronic temperature control that combines sensitive electronic sensors and controls with LED lights in an easy-to use-system. Steam Advance system, the key to easier ironing. Delicate steam is used for delicate fabrics that require gentle care. High pressure steam for thicker fabrics and tough wrinkles. Steam is created under pressure ensures a deep penetration into the fabric to relax the fibers and let wrinkles be pressed out in ease. An automatic pause between bursts of steam allows the heat of the iron to remove the remaining steam and set the press. The high precision tip allows for easy ironing in all tough to reach areas; seams, collars, pockets, and around buttons. Comes with a 1 year warranty.
Top customer reviews
I used to iron my husband's Levi's as he liked a crease in them (yes, he's a bit old fashioned also) and all of his dress and casual shirts. As he's retired now, I don't iron as much for him as he has gone more for the wash and wear t-shirts but does still have shirts that need that extra touch..
Nothing in the world feels as good as bed linens right off the clothes line on a sunny breezy day, ironed to a delicious smoothness. The smell is out of this world, so clean and fresh and crisp.
This iron can clean itself with a push of button, do an extra large spray for hard to iron pieces, go from very hot to warm. It has an easy to see water reservoir and is easily refillable. It's light enough to easily maneuver around buttons, collars and pockets but has enough heft to it that I don't have to expend a lot of energy pressing down. The heating plate is stainless steel that has held up through many years of weekly ironing's. I would buy this iron again in a heartbeat and recommend it to anyone who irons.
UPDATE: Now it's June 2011 and the iron is working great almost 2 years later. I've notice that there are a lot of reviews that have had truly bad experiences with this iron. I keep getting e-mails of updated reviews that many really dislike this iron. Perhaps I am mistaken, however, I believe the reason people are having trouble is the detail about what kind of water to use. Most irons require that you buy distilled water. This iron does NOT use distilled water. My wife DOES USE spring water. However, I imagine most folks don't bother reading the instructions, as I can imagine this is the reason folks are having problems. The many reviews that note how much people love this iron, I am sure, all use spring water with their iron. This continues to be the best iron we have had.