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Rowenta DA-75 Steam ' n Press Dual-Voltage Travel Steam Iron

3.0 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
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  • Ideal for travel and for pressing hanging garments and drapes at home
  • Burst-of-steam for difficult wrinkles; lint pad; fabric brush
  • Polished soleplate perfect for pressing creases, pleats, cuffs, collars
  • Full-range thermostat ensures proper temperature for all fabrics
  • Works worldwide on 120- and 240-volt systems; nylon travel bag included
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Product Description

Product Description

Vertical steam removes wrinkles from hanging garments and drapes. Burst of Steam penetrates even the most difficult fabrics. Precise full range thermostat ensures perfect ironing of any fabric type. Fabric brush opens fabric weave so steam penetrates fabric and removes wrinkles easily. Lint brush and soleplate cover add versatility. True dual voltage so the steambrush/iron is as powerful at 120 volts as it is at 240 volts.

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Designed for steaming and pressing clothes during travel, this compact iron also comes in handy at home when its vertical-steam feature can be used for hanging garments and drapes. For pressing, the steam iron has a 4-1/2-inch-long polished soleplate that's perfect for creases, pleats, cuffs, and collars. For steaming, a durable plastic cover slips over the soleplate and includes both a brush for opening fabrics' weaves to help steam penetrate and a lint pad that removes pesky particles before the steam reaches them. The full-range thermostat permits precise adjustment and ensures the proper temperature for all fabrics. A steam-burst button provides extra power for tough wrinkles. The removable tank is transparent for monitoring the water level, and a dual-voltage dial adjusts the iron to either 120- or 240-volt systems so it works worldwide. The iron comes in a rugged, 12-inch-long nylon travel bag. --Fred Brack

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.4 x 4.5 x 4 inches
Item Weight 1.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds
Manufacturer Rowenta
ASIN B00005KJX1
Item model number DA-75
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3.0 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #173,803 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#213 in Home & Kitchen > Irons & Steamers > Irons
Date first available at Amazon.com May 2, 2002

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My wife and I had a pretty nice Rowenta steamer that we got as a wedding gift about 4 years ago. Well, that one didn't have the dual voltage switch and when we were in Europe, we basically fried it (our fault - we thought the converter would work with it, but apparently not). Anyway, we replaced it with this model last fall. Big mistake. The first thing I noticed is this one is made in Mexico, the old one was made in Germany. Also much cheaper quality - the parts, the fit and finish. We turned it on and it never heated up. Took it back and brought #2 home. This one heated up, got so hot that it emitted a scary smell (like when you clean an oven) and the plastic cover plate got too hot to the touch. Based on reading the manual and the website, I don't think this is supposed to happen. At any rate, we were never able to get it to emit steam, no matter how long we waited or how much we pressed the button. Back to the store to exchange it for #3. This time we made the clerk try it out to see if it was just us. It wasn't. None of the store personnel were able to get it to work. When they gave us a new one, I asked them to try it as well. Same result. They had to open yet another new one out of the box (we're up to #4 now, if you're still trying to keep count) which worked. Admittedly I was pretty leery at this point, but we were leaving on a trip in less than a week and they stocked no other steamer models. So I took it home and it went with us to Japan. Worked fine the first few times, but after about a week of travel it began to fall apart. Now it leaks profusely and the steam output is about half what it once was. I contacted Rowenta but the hassle to box this thing up, send it to the service center in San Diego, etc. is just not worth it to me. Needless to say, I am through with buying Rowenta.
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I find it ammusing that anyone could write a good review of this product. I travel quite frequently on business and I always carry a steamer, I purchased this one and let me tell you it is pretty useless, the amount of steam that cmoes out of this unit would not take simple wrinkles out, while traveling It would take me a good 45 minutes ( I was desperate ) to get a passable shirt. I did use it as an iron for little bit till I gave up and stopped carrying it. Note , it has a plastic attachment on the head for the brush part, mine broke the first week (very flimsy)and at that point the appliance is useless as a steamer since you honestly need to brush your garment with this frustrating tool.
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For a long time now I've been looking for this kind of product...as soon as I saw Rowenta Steam N' Press over at Amazon.com I knew I've got to have that one.Although this product is only available for shipping at the U.S. that didn't stop me from buying one. What I did was to let this product shipped to my Aunt's address in L.A. and have her sent it to me here in the Philippines. I've been using this product since last month and so far it's working just fine with my clothes. I could also bring Rowenta Steam N' Press during my travel because it's handy enough. I can just hang my clothes and have it steamed vertically or I can switch it into a flat iron. It's really great! not to mention convenient...It's dual voltage feature makes it flexible and functional wherever I go...I love this product!
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By A Customer on June 9, 2003
As soon as i saw this item on amaozon's page and read the reviews on it, I could not wait to get this item. I was so excited that I opted not to buy it online,and instead I headed straight for Target to purchase this iron. I am not sure who gave this iron a great review but I assume that it had to be the marketing staff of Rowenta, because this iron could not even get the smallest of wrinkles out of my cotton shirts. The steam feature is the worst, steam comes out in little spurts and along with the steam comes twice as much water so now you have to spend your time trying to dry up the wet spots.. this was definately the worst iron I have ever purchased.
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By A Customer on September 30, 2003
I purchased this product to steam my Borsalino hats. After 5 uses, it stopped steaming. Rowenta told me to put water in it and hold it upside down and press the steamer button 4-5 times. I tossed it in the garbage. Extremely disappointed. Sure I could have sent it in for repair, but that would have cost more that the amount I paid for it originally.
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By cpoko on December 17, 2004
I bought this to handle minimal wrinkles knowing that this was all a handheld steamer could manage. It couldn't even handle this. You have to constantly press the steam burst button to get a low amount of steam that in the end didn't do the job. The water tank is also much too small for the amount of "steam bursts" required. Put the money towards a professional steamer.
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By A Customer on March 25, 2003
Maybe I was expecting too much... Trying it on hanging garments, it does lessen the severity of wrinkles, but only the lightest wrinkles disapeared completely. I liked that I could use regular tap water, ...especially because I used at least one handle-full per shirt. (the removable tank is in the handle). It irons as well as any standard iron, but the shape of the handle makes it more difficult to handle than the usual shaped irons. (One might get used to it with practice) If I want clothes that look pressed, I think I will have to go back to a regular iron and board, and do the work of actually pressing them. I have no experience with professional steamers, and do not know if they would do a better job.
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