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In the last four years I have purchased three over priced Rowenta Steam Irons made in Germany. All three were of very poor quality and stopped heating up after barely one year of use perhaps ironing one hour every two or three weeks.

The irons die just after using them for a little over a year and their warranty in the USA is for one year where as in many other countries the warranty is for two years. Wonder why the difference in their warranty period? I strongly urge consumers to stay away from Rowenta Steam Irons for the above reasons which are poor quality, overpriced, inadequate one year warranty, and Rowenta consumer affairs not caring what the consumer thinks of their product. Shame on the Sebb Group with their many brands of irons and other products.

Purchase an inexpensive iron and they will certainly better than a Rowenta, but make sure it is not a Sebb product. Harold Kurte

Product or Service Mentioned: Rowenta Iron.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $350.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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I totally agree. I bought two in a little over two years.

Both died after the warranty period. I returned with a few lemons.

They should use lemons as part of their logo. That's what this product is

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