Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master 1700-Watt Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 400-Hole, Blue

April 18, 2016 - Comment

Made in Germany, the Rowenta Pro Master DW8080 iron is a real professional tool in your hand. With 1700 watts of power, it provides superior steam performance and results thanks to a powerful shot of steam that is pushed with high pressure into the fabrics creasing out wrinkles even on the thickest garments. The new

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Made in Germany, the Rowenta Pro Master DW8080 iron is a real professional tool in your hand. With 1700 watts of power, it provides superior steam performance and results thanks to a powerful shot of steam that is pushed with high pressure into the fabrics creasing out wrinkles even on the thickest garments. The new Microsteam stainless soleplate with precision tip and 400 steam holes provides excellent glide, scratch resistance and optimal steam diffusion. The DW8080 comes with a 3-way smart automatif shut-off switching the iron off in: 8 minutes if left horizontally, 30 second if left horizontally, 30 second if it tipped over. It also features variable steam allowing steam output to be adjusted; powerful vertical steam allowing the iron to be used in an upright position to remove wrinkles from hanging garments; cool spray mist providing a light mist to remove stubborn wrinkles. An extra large 12.7oz water tank is easy to fill, and the Anti drip system helps prevent spitting and leaking when the thermostat is on a low setting. The Anti-Calc system will help extend the life of the iron while the Self Clean system flushes out loose mineral deposits ensuring optimal performance for the iron. The Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master also carries a comfortable handle that is ergonomically designed and comes with a 7ft electrical cord along with a 360 degree pivot. The iron comes with a 1 year warranty.

Product Features

  • Professional-grade 1700-watt steam iron with 3-way automatic shut-off
  • Variable steam, burst of steam, vertical steam, and cool mist spray options; anti-drip and anti-calc systems; self cleaning
  • Highly polished stainless-steel soleplate with high-precision tip; full metal shield; ergonomic covered handle
  • Extra-large 12.7-ounce water tank; 7-foot electrical cord with 360-degree pivot
  • Made in Germany; 1-year warranty

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Comments

BBaker says:

Good performance so far I work in the garment industry and have been using Rowenta irons (both at work and at home) for over 15 years. The best advice I can give anyone is that if you are going to spend the money for the Rowenta brand name, then make sure that the model you are buying says “MADE IN GERMANY”. At one time all Rowenta irons were made in Germany, however several years ago as a cost cutting move, the company farmed out many of its lower price models to China. The difference in quality between the models made in Germany and China is quite dramatic. Every Rowenta German model I have owned or worked with has been mostly reliable, and each provided steady long term use. On the other hand, the lower priced models made in China are known to leak (both clear and brown water), drip, have uneven steam, and only last for a short time. I offer this not only as my own opinion; this is the general consensus among my industry colleagues as well.My previous Rowenta home model just died after…

Daniel Gewurtz says:

Extremely thorough review After spending about 4-5 days (pathetic, I know…..but I’m very thorough) researching irons a few years back (and getting the Black & Decker D2020, which I was very satisfied with), I now needed a new one. Fortunately, my previous research narrowed the playing field to B&D’s and Rowenta’s, so I was able to conclude my research much quicker this time. After going through each model that each company makes, and reading all reviews on the Amazon site for each model at least twice, and looking at comments at several other sites as well, I concluded the following:1. The B&D D2020 was a very unique iron in that the percentage of positive reviews it received compared to negative ones were astonishing….and all it cost was $35. Unfortunately, they discontinued the model several years back, and none of the new models even come close to the D2020. The newer models, (the D6000 series in particular) are bulkier, don’t work nearly as well, and have a strange water filling position…

David Jacobson says:

Two irons in a row defective This iron is good and sturdy. It is a bit on the heavy side, but that is okay. It has a “burst of steam” feature, and a sprayer (which I’ve not used yet). The burst of steam can be used in the vertical position. The sole shape is concave before the tip, which lets you get into small places. There is a control that lets you adjust the amount of steam you get. The iron has an auto-shutoff feature. There is a light that indicates when it is heating. (Some other reviewer said it was hard to know when it is warmed up. Just wait for this light to go out, and it is warm.) This light is near the base of the handle and is a bit hard to see. It is only visible from the left side, an inconvenience for left-handed users. There is a self-cleaning feature. I’ve not yet used it.The iron consumes 1700 watts, which comes to 14.2 amps. That is close to the 15 amp limit of most household circuits in America. So you had better not have this plugged into the same circuit as…

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