Rowenta DG5030 Pro Iron Steam Iron Station with Stainless Steel Soleplate, 1750-Watt, Gray
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- Features 1750 watts of power; 33-ounce water tank provides 1-1/2 hours of continual use
- Powerful vertical steam allows iron to be used in an upright position
- Variable steam control means to easily adjust output levels for different fabric types
- Highly polished stainless-steel soleplate; ergonomic trigger for immediate steam on demand
- Includes 6 foot long steam cord, 12 foot electrical cord; compact base fits most ironing boards
- Made in France
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Rowenta DG5030 Pressure Iron & Steamer
Meet Rowenta's newest technological advancement. This high-performance portable appliance improves ironing results while reducing ironing time. Ideal for someone who occasionally presses clothing and linens, it also steams hanging garments and drapes.
Achieve maximum ironing efficiency with perfect results as this iron that saves you time by producing 3X more steam than a traditional iron. It saves you money because the steaming function refreshes garments, saving you trips to the dry cleaner. The pressurized steam quickly penetrates fabric, smoothing out tough wrinkles and pressing in sharp creases.
Features & Benefits
- Provides up to 90 minutes of continuous steam.
- Stainless-steel soleplate glides over fabrics.
- Pressurized steam quickly penetrates fabric, smoothing out tough wrinkles and pressing in sharp creases.
- Vertical steam feature for hanging garments, draperies, slipcovers, and bed skirts.
- Handle trigger delivers steam on demand, without waste.
- Steam output is adjustable according to fabric weight.
- Allow iron to cool before refilling with water.
- Fits easily on most ironing boards; can also be placed on the floor.
- Measures: 12 3/4" x 10" x 11" high overall.
- 6' steam cord.
- 12' power cord.
- 33-oz. water tank.
Top Customer Reviews
I recently was at a Sam's club and some Swedish company was showing their $1,500 steam/iron/board contraption. It was impressive, but $1,500? I came home to see if I could get it cheaper, and found the Rowenta DG5030 on my Google search.
After reading the reviews, I bought, and two days later I had it out of the box and ready to go. I filled it with the tap water it recommends, and about 7 minutes later I was billowing steam out of the iron. There is simply no comparison between this and a "normal" iron. You can literally iron a shirt in about 4 minutes, as you need only iron one side. You can also freshen silk and synthetic garments with the steam, saving big $$$ on dry cleaning.
I've now had it for about a month, and used it 5-6 times. One tip, it will spit a bit when you first fire it up, so press the trigger a few times before you actually start ironing. My experience is after you get the air out of the line, no more spitting or dripping.
It seems awfully strange to rave about an iron, but I love this iron/steamer enough that I need to post a review! First some context:
I iron occasionally and hate forking over $2 to have my shirts laundered at the dry cleaner. I had been surviving with the $15 variety of iron until I borrowed a friends iron in France and loved it. It was similar to the Rowenta model above. It seems that these systems are more the norm in Continental Europe.
IRONING IS BORING NO MORE!
Let's face it, ironing is boring. This system changes that... When I first used the iron, it was with several friends (we were getting ready to go out). No one was paying much attention until I started the ironing. The room filled with steam: looking like some kind of rock spectacle. It was amazing!!! There's star appeal to this iron! Now that I have started using the iron in a regular context it's enjoyable and efficient. The whole contraption feels of quality. Where I used to iron one or two shirts at a time, I now iron five or six. It's hard to put the system down! Indeed I started looking at the kitchen dish towels wondering if I should iron them! Thicker edges flatten much faster and there are no water leaks (unless you start ironing before 5 minutes have elapsed from turning on the iron).
I haven't used the system to steam clothes (as opposed to ironing) but I did steam my child's silk scarf. My wife held it in front of the steamer and it almost blew away! Amazing. No water by the way (as others have suggested)
Several reviewers cautioned that this system spits water and also complained about the long warm up time and the lack of a water level indicator.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this Rowenta Steam Station approximately 2 years ago for ~$300. A couple of months ago the fabric insulation covering on the steam cord started unraveling from the end... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jacq
I had this iron I bought at Bed Bath and Beyond for 199.99 after about 6-7 months it started spitting and pouring water out of it. Definetly not worth the 200. Read morePublished 16 days ago by frogger
The reason I am giving it 2 start it because it fails to do what it is designed to do. The iron leaks all the time. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Rahul Verma
Love this iron. Clothes come out so well. The down side is I need to refill and wait till it heats up.Published 1 month ago by Vincenza
Every 18 months the iron starts leaking and making scary noises because of the water leak and electricity. I am afraid to use it! Read morePublished 1 month ago by gulsah cetin
This steam iron is smooth and the steam it puts out reminds me of the cleaners steaming my clothesPublished 2 months ago by djtimex
Received this as a gift. I use it primarily for quilting projects. The first time I used it, it began spitting instead of steaming when the finger lever was pressed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Momonster