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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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#373268
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I am very disappointed in the Rowenta Iron. I am very particular about the appearance of my clothing. I iron daily and wanted an iron that would do a professional job. Researching irons, I chose the expensive Rowenta. Even on sale they range from $60-$100 plus. My...
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salmegal

I have purchased at a very high price 3 Rowenta irons in the past 4 years. Each time the iron ceased to work. The first one just stopped heating up, the second heat control ...

#370339
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This is my second Rowenta steam iron. The first was okay so I thought the newer model would be better. The water goes everywhere except where it's supposed to. I can't wait to be able to afford another brand so I can dump this piece of junk! Don't buy...
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Anonymous
Fed Up

I could not agree more with everyone who wrote in. DO NOT BUY A ROWENTA IRON!!! They used to be high quality, but like everything else these days, they're now made cheaply, ...

nikalseyn
nikalseyn

Rowenta used to be the best in irons. I suspect they are now made somewhere in China, etc. and are now throwaways. Buy a cheap iron you can afford and when it breaks, throw it...

#265251
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This was my second Rowenta iron that failed. I thought the company was reliable and gave them a second try after my first iron. With two failed irons I can tell you with confidence that the product is not worth buying. In this case, it wasn't a matter of "you...
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Southhampton, New York
#204489
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I bought a Rowenta 2200w Silence Force vacuum cleaner from Turkey. I have not owned it for 6 months yet. I bought it upon strong reccomendation from the salesperson. So far, I have already had to have it repaired twice and it is, again, currently broken. I have never...
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#196687
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The Rowenta Irons break easy for the amount they cost it is not worth it. I bought two Rowenta Irons. They leak all over the clothes as you iron and if the inside of the iron is not clean, then duty water leaks out and stains your clothes. Another Rowenta iron, a...
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#149540
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