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I've used Rowenta Irons for many years. This 1750W does not stand up to my past Rowenta Irons. It leak many times all over the items I'm ironing. I've tried adjusting the steam, the material gauge and the amount of water I put in the iron. It's very irritating when the...
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I have a DW8080 and this unit even at its hottest temp is not very hot nor does it steam while ironing. It will only steam when off the clothing. I called CS and asked for a cross shipment as I can NOT be without an iron as it is used daily with my business. I was...
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1.0
Colts Neck, New Jersey
#644233
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IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO SEE THE WATER LEVEL IN THE WATER TANK OF THE ROWENTA PRO MASTER IRON. WHAT A *** DESIGN TO MAKE THE HOUSING IN DARK GRAY SO NO HUMAN WITH SEEING EYES CAN PROPERLY JUDGE THEIR WATER LEVEL WHEN IRONING.. I LIKE THE WAY IT IRONS, HOWEVER I CAN NOT...
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Joseph M Prizzi

I agree, the engineer who designed the iron so you can't tell the water level should have his head examined. The same goes to the managers who approved the design. And I tho...

#558152
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My husband bought me a new Rowenta steam iron and from the day I used it, the steamer didn't work. I did without it, but then, after a few years of having it, the numbers on the dial faded to the point that they are gone, Is there a way that you can send me another...
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3.0
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  • Numbers fading from dial
#553270
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I bought the one that costs more than most because it was made in Germany. Bought at QVC !!! Paid full price. Hissed and caught on fire. Not happy....could have burned the house down. Hardly used by elderly widow as she has no reason to iron everyday. ...
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My Rowenta just minutes ago suddenly spit fire like a dragon. Fire poured out of several steam holes. We took it outside to burn itself out. Not only was it scary and dange...

#539777
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I bought a Rowenta Iron in the 80's and it lasted 10 years. I had a household of 4 people then. Today, I have a household of 1 and must replace it every two years. When I called the company to ask for instructions, the rep said the iron leaked because I didn't fill it...
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#524353
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I'm sitting here with water on my clothes,floor,ironing board and my project from my so called anti drip iron. It has never worked properly and I paid way too much for a faulty iron. How can this company stay in business with such a poor quality product? Mark this...
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#507392
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My Rowenta 1800W Steamium Iron w 400 Steam Holes (important point since I purchased it for the "steam") stopped working as purchased after 10 months. The auto steam trigger didn't work at all and the iron stopped steaming. I called the Millville, NJ customer service...
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#443265
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On my Rowenta DW 2070 the steam surge button is useless. It does nothing except occupy space on the iron. This is what happens when you stop manufacturing a Rowenta iron in Germany and move this operation to slave wages China. Junk in...Junk out, it's that simple. This...
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Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania
#385315
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I have had two Rowenta irons in less than a year pour water out the bottom. The expensive one was sent in for repair at my cost ($15) and they replaced the tank and handle. In less than 3 months of light use, it is also pouring water out the bottom again. So,...
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