Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master Steam Iron Review
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Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master Steam Iron
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For professional-quality results at home, turn to the Pro Master steam iron by Rowenta. The 1700-watt iron features a full metal shield and a scratch-resistant, stainless-steel soleplate with 400 micro holes for an even distribution of wrinkle-removing steam. Gliding effortlessly across all fabrics, the highly polished soleplate includes a rounded back end, for a smooth back and forth motion, and a precision-point tip that makes easy work of maneuvering over collars, along seams, and in between buttons. Adjust the continuous steam output (40g/min) and soleplate temperature as needed to accommodate a wide range of fabrics like silk or wool. The iron’s powerful burst of steam function (150g/min) works great for thicker fabrics and makes unruly wrinkles quickly melt away. Holding the iron upright, and with the touch of a button, the iron delivers an extra-long burst of vertical steam—perfect for removing wrinkles from hanging garments, delicate items, or drapes. Additional highlights include an anti-drip system to prevent spitting or leaking at low heat settings, a self-cleaning anti-calc system that flushes out loose mineral deposits for long-lasting optimal performance, and three-way automatic shut-off for safety—the iron turns itself off if left unused after 8 minutes in the upright position or after 30 seconds in the horizontal position or if tipped over. Successfully complete any ironing task with the professional-grade Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master steam iron.
Good performance for 8 years and counting
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.
MOST AWESOME IRON I HAVE EVER OWNED OR WILL EVER OWN!
This is the most awesome iron I have ever owned! I absolutely am in love with it! I admit that I held off ordering it because I always hesitate when there are no reviews on an item. That, plus the price—$140.00. I’ve never owned an iron that expensive but have always bought Rowenta irons. My previous iron is the Rowenta “Professional Luxe” and I have had it for at least 8 or 9 years; possibly more than that. For the past several months though, it kept shutting itself off while I was using it. I would have to give it a good whack to make it turn back on again. Shaking it did not work. I got tired of that; plus it made ironing really tedious. So I reviewed several of the newer Rowenta models here on Amazon and in Consumer Reports.
I’m a quilter and I have an iron plugged in and ready to go most of every day. I had recently bought a replacement iron at a big box store and was very disappointed with it and was looking around for an alternative. Then I was watching a Youtube video of a popular quilter showing her applique technique and she mentioned how much she loved her iron. I paused the video to see what the model of it was and ended up ordering this one. I love it too! It has a large tank that keeps producing quantities of steam for quite some time. The holes in the sole plate are very small and smooth and don’t catch on fabric (my biggest complaint with other irons I’ve used). It heats up very quickly, which is good because I can easily go 7 minutes or longer between pressing needs. And it also gets good and hot. Even without steam, I feel like it does a fantastic job of ironing.
Good Iron, with Limitations
There is a “tldr” paragraph at the end of this review!
Steam through your ironing
I’ve been waiting a while to review this iron. Now that I’ve been using it for a while, it’s a five-star product. I like the weight and feel of the iron, and think it does a very nice job of pressing clothing. The plate is smooth, and stays nice and clean. It pumps a lot of steam through well-distributed holes. I like that the foot is coated in a silicone or plastic material, so that when I stand it on the washer, I don’t feel like it’s going to scratch or chip the surface. I like that a lot!