Rowenta Professional sale DW5280 1725-Watts popular Steam Iron with Stainless Steel Soleplate, Blue sale

Rowenta Professional sale DW5280 1725-Watts popular Steam Iron with Stainless Steel Soleplate, Blue sale

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  • The new Microsteam 400 HD soleplate offers the best steam distribution on the market for quick & excellent ironing results. Powerful results with 1725 Watts
  • Water tank window: 11 Oz. water tank with water-level viewing window for checking levels at a glance; works with tap water (no need for distilled); anti-drip system for no drips, even at low heat
  • Long-lasting performance: The integrated anti-scale system prevents scale from aggregating into the iron, while the anti-scale setting maintains steam performance and ironing results over time
  • Precise results: High-precision metal tip for easy access to difficult areas like narrow edges, seams, collars, and around buttons
  • Safety: 3-way automatic safety shut-off for safety. The iron automatically shuts of if kept on the soleplate for 30 seconds, if kept vertically it shuts off in 8 mins and if tipped off it shuts down in 30 secs

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My 3 Cents
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works better if you read about how to use the anti-calc features
Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2019
Style: 1750-Watts
This is my third Rowenta. I don’t love ironing but I dislike it less by using a good Rowenta iron and a sturdy ironing board. I previously had a Rowenta that was spitting rusty water and spitting a lot of white lime particles out, so I decided to retire it and purchase the... See more
This is my third Rowenta. I don’t love ironing but I dislike it less by using a good Rowenta iron and a sturdy ironing board. I previously had a Rowenta that was spitting rusty water and spitting a lot of white lime particles out, so I decided to retire it and purchase the Everlast Anti-calc iron.
I use plain old tap water as directed by Rowenta (instructions say to fill up with regular tap water - not any scented or distilled water). The first time I used the Everlast Anti-calc, I let it run out of water when I was done, then I pressed the steam and spray buttons to make sure there was nothing left and I also dumped it out over the sink. Thought that was sufficient to keep it cleaned out.
I was so surprised when a half-week later I plugged it in and it immediately started spitting white particles out of the soleplate. I’ve included pictures of the particles on a shirt and stuff on my finger that was in the anti-calc chamber after just one use. Ugh! – I shouldn''t have white flakes on a shirt I''m ironing on the second appliance use - this is why I got a new iron! So afterward, I re-read the instructions, a bit more closely this time. Here''s some information that may be helpful to you:
When you’re done using it, after unplugging and pouring off remaining water like you’re supposed to, flip the steam setting between opened and closed several times to prevent the valve hole into the steam chamber from scaling or backing up. You can also clean out the limestone collector and run the anti-calc features and they will help keep the iron clean.
You can clean out the limescale collector in the base of the iron very easily (When the iron is completely cool, at least an hour after use, just twist the lever a quarter turn and pull down on the chamber and rinse it out). If you live somewhere with very hard water like me, you may need to clean that chamber out all the time. You can also use the Anti-calc function to flush the dirt and scale out of the steam chamber of the iron itself by filling with tap water to max, heating the iron to 3 dots, with the steam feature turned on. Unplug, hold the iron horizontally over a sink, and move the stem lever to the anti-calc position. Water with any particles should start coming out of the iron within a few seconds. After about a minute, move the iron back to the steam position, plug it back in and allow it to heat up until all water is evaporated. Unplug, let it cool down and then wipe the soleplate down.
Once I read the instructions and figured out how to do these additional steps, ironing has been better for me. In addition to regular cleaning, just don''t keep water in the iron between uses and your iron will perform better.
As far as features on the iron I like and dislike:
Filling it can be a pain. I fill the iron up using a small spray bottle with about a nickel sized opening. It works well and I don’t spill water that way. Others have complained about the water fill level being too hard to see but I don’t have a problem with that.
Overall, I like the size and shape of the iron’s soleplate. It heats up quickly and glides over laundry easily. Its similarly lightweight to the other Rowenta''s I have owned and has similar amount of steam features.
What would make this iron better is a separate little piece of paper or some instructions on the outside of the box saying how to get rid of the particles instead of the information being buried in hard to read directions in the instruction pamphlet. (Why have features if no one will read about it to use them?)
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Emma
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Can’t say enough how unhappy I am 😡
Reviewed in the United States on July 16, 2020
Style: 1725-Watts with Cordreel
Let me preface this by saying that I am a full time seamstress and require a good steam iron for my work. I cannot afford to risk ruining an item that belongs to a customer. Also, I have been buying ONLY Rowenta irons for 20 years. I have always had leaking issues, even... See more
Let me preface this by saying that I am a full time seamstress and require a good steam iron for my work. I cannot afford to risk ruining an item that belongs to a customer. Also, I have been buying ONLY Rowenta irons for 20 years. I have always had leaking issues, even while just sitting upright, but they’ve always occurred after I had owned the iron for years and often not been too careful about what kind of water I’ve been using. With how much I use my iron, I expect a good amount of wear and tear and don’t mind buying a new one every few years.
But I do not expect my iron to leak while sitting upright right out of the box. This iron was filled and tested. Ok. It works...set aside on the towel that my old one sat. The following morning I go to turn it on as I start work, and as I pull out the retractable cord, water pours out with it, and I notice that the reservoir that was full last night is nearly empty, and the towel that it’s sitting on is soaking wet.
I’m SUPER irritated that I now have to make a special trip to return this damn thing. I am a single mother of 5 kids and run a business, and we’re in the middle of a pandemic, which is why I order from Amazon and have things delivered directly to my home. I do not have time to deal with this, and I’ll now be looking for a new company from which to buy my irons. 😡
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RayTop Contributor: Photography
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Still Made in Germany -- and not All Rowenta''s are Anymore
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2019
Style: 1750-Watts
Like Rowenta? So do I. I''ve had a number of their irons over the years, and have always been happy with them. But in recent years, Rowenta has given into market forces, and they now make a bunch of their irons in China. Happily, that does not apply to this model. This one... See more
Like Rowenta? So do I. I''ve had a number of their irons over the years, and have always been happy with them. But in recent years, Rowenta has given into market forces, and they now make a bunch of their irons in China. Happily, that does not apply to this model. This one is actually still made in Germany, and you feel it the minute you pick it up. It''s as solid as a rock and performs wonderfully. I am noticing less water seepage as I iron as compared to even previous Rowenta models, and the handling and gliding over the suface is just fine. (Note that this model, like many Rowenta''s, uses a stainless steel plate, not a Teflon-coated plate, so be careful not to scratch it up, or it won''t be smooth and can then wear your fabric.) The water compartment holds a lot of water, although truth be told, when you are heavily steaming, you''ll be refilling a lot, too, because it is passing all that water to the clothing via steam. One minor downside is that if you get the blue-gree model it can be a little difficult to easily check the water level due to the darkness of the plastic used: you almost need a light source of some type behind the iron when checking. Controls work reassuring well, and there is even a nifty "calc catcher" that is removable: we''ll have to see how well this works over time, as we have very heavy water here where I live. It''s a bit pricier than some other irons, but then again, less expensive than a lot of others I''ve seen. It works fantatic, and is still made in Germany. I can highly recommend it.
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Twiz
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not the Rowenta of yesteryear...
Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2018
Style: 1750-Watts
I think this is my last rowenta. I have been buying them since I was a self-reliant adult (about 25 years). However, the lifespan has shortened with each consecutive model I bought. My first lasted a solid 10 years. My second lasted about 7 year. The next was 5 years,... See more
I think this is my last rowenta. I have been buying them since I was a self-reliant adult (about 25 years). However, the lifespan has shortened with each consecutive model I bought. My first lasted a solid 10 years. My second lasted about 7 year. The next was 5 years, then only 3 years, and my most recent model started having problems in only 3 months. I have been waiting weeks for the reapaired device to be returned but in the meantime I am iron-less. I will seriously look at other brands in the future.
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K. Jonathan Monroe
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
. . . . Just Don''t Understand. . . .
Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2021
Style: 1725-Watts with Cordreel
So, here''s the thing: back in 2010, we purchased a Rowenta Iron at Macy''s. After what I experienced last night, I had to go and find out exactly which model I''d purchased. It was the Rowenta Focus, 1700W, with 400 steam holes and a Stainless Steel plate--the one that''s... See more
So, here''s the thing: back in 2010, we purchased a Rowenta Iron at Macy''s. After what I experienced last night, I had to go and find out exactly which model I''d purchased. It was the Rowenta Focus, 1700W, with 400 steam holes and a Stainless Steel plate--the one that''s shiny. It''s heavier, gets hotter, and when you turn it on, the lights flicker in the house. This particular model (DW2459/62), I scouted for about 3 months. The only issue with the Rowenta Focus is that it occasionally leaked water. say, I am ironing, leave for longer than ten minutes, it turns shuts itself off, and will leak a little or, sometimes, more than a little, when I am heating it back up to temp. But, if you empty the water after each use, leaking is a non-issue.

This model--the DW2459 (or 2161 or 2463) or whatever it actually is, because it didn''t come up in the drop-down list on the registration website, but on the iron itself, it says DW2462--arrived yesterday or the day before. Last night, I decided to iron my clothes for work a little earlier than usual, and try out the new iron.

The selling points for me was the retractable cord, 1725W, and the laser-plated stainless steel. After starching my jeans, and ironing for a bit (the iron had ample time to heat up, it just didn''t feel that hot. Also, it was lighter in weight than the ten-year old Rowenta I have, it did not flicker the lights when it turned on, and it has less steam-holes than the ten-year old Rowenta Focus. The Rowenta Focus, at the time, cost upwards of $90.

Here is my theory: I have learned that manufacturers of electronics will design & build a product. The premium version of that product goes out to the high-end stores. Whatever surplus parts/components they have ("scraps") they design models/versions or different products altogether, and send those out to the discount stores. I wonder if something of that nature captures something of the nature of what is going on here, with Rowenta. I initiated the return, last night, dropped this model (DW2462/59) back off at UPS, and cleaned up my old Rowenta. I have a new respect for that beast, now. Gratitude to Rowenta for not skimping on the quality of that iron.

A little leakage is not a deal-breaker for me. These days, irons pale in comparison to what they used to be. It''s unfortunate that they sacrifice quality to develop products that do not measure up to their own older line of products.
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Veronica
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bought NEW but Received USED!
Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2020
Style: 1725-Watts with Cordreel
For my quilting needs, I needed an iron that had more steam output than my old Sunbeam. This Rowenta had all the features I wanted plus it was described as having better glide, too, so I ordered it. I didn''t inspect too closely... See more
For my quilting needs, I needed an iron that had more steam output than my old Sunbeam. This Rowenta had all the features I wanted plus it was described as having better glide, too, so I ordered it. I didn''t inspect too closely upon opening the box and quickly put this Rowenta to work. It took longer to heat up than I was used to but once it did I couldn''t wait to try the steam burst on some fabric that had stubborn wrinkles. I pressed the steam burst button and was shocked to see a splatter of white particles all over my black fabric! I had never seen that before in my life! My 20-year-old Sunbeam never did that and I never, ever cleaned it! Obviously, this had been used! I went back online and read other reviews advising that a little water in the iron is normal due to testing before shipping. That wasn''t the case with the one I received. There wasn''t any water in the reservoir. And there were a LOT of calcium particles every time I pressed the steam burst button. Then I noticed that the soleplate looked very worn. This item had been obviously used quite a bit! I''m returning, of course, and buying another brand!
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CMax
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
SPITS OUT HORRIBLE RUST STAINS :-(
Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2021
Style: 1750-Watts
ROWENTA HAS BECOME A FREAKING JOKE!!! I AM DONE TRUSTING IN THIS BRAND NAME!!! I do not know how they are getting away with making such garbage and still putting their name on it!! I have followed all the directions for cleaning etc. and it has just ruined a 2nd quilting... See more
ROWENTA HAS BECOME A FREAKING JOKE!!! I AM DONE TRUSTING IN THIS BRAND NAME!!! I do not know how they are getting away with making such garbage and still putting their name on it!! I have followed all the directions for cleaning etc. and it has just ruined a 2nd quilting project by spitting rust colored gunk out the steam holes!!! I borrowed my mother''s 20+ year old Rowenta that doesn''t need to be emptied of water every time you use it and it has never spit rust on anything. Also it does not stand in a puddle of water every time you use it. This is my third Rowenta... the other two started leaking after a couple of years which seemed VERY dangerous. But I kept trusting the Rowenta brand because of their past quality. This one not only leaked after a few months, but it has now started spitting rust!! I should have read the reviews instead of trusting the overall rating and the history of the brand!!!
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Van E. Martindale
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s a nice iron, but notheing special
Reviewed in the United States on October 23, 2020
Style: 1750-Watts
It is a nice iron. Nothing that makes it stand out from any others. It is advertised as "dripless" and that has not been my experience with it. Within 6 months, there would be an occasional drip while ironing or a series of drips over a small distance. This is the... See more
It is a nice iron. Nothing that makes it stand out from any others. It is advertised as "dripless" and that has not been my experience with it. Within 6 months, there would be an occasional drip while ironing or a series of drips over a small distance. This is the second Rowenta I''ve had that has the same drip issues. I was hoping by "upgrading" to the second purchase, the problem wouldn''t exist. That wasn''t the case.
I''m disappointed in this product, especially the cost vs performance. It was my understanding that Rowenta is one of the leading manufacturers of irons. After having the same issues with 2 Rowenta irons, I''m going to Black & Decker.
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g00sebumps
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Loads of steam, calc builds up quickly
Reviewed in Canada on April 12, 2019
Having lived on the other side of the world where we have 220v powerful irons, I''m used to brands like Philips which have always been reliable for me. This Rowenta works really well for me on a daily basis with a few minor complaints: - When I put the iron aside while...See more
Having lived on the other side of the world where we have 220v powerful irons, I''m used to brands like Philips which have always been reliable for me. This Rowenta works really well for me on a daily basis with a few minor complaints: - When I put the iron aside while adjusting my shirt, I have to let it stand in a vertical position, otherwise it gets too hot and disconnects. To fix this issue, I have to unplug/plug it again. - I''m not a fan of the stainless steel and would prefer something like what Philips uses. Mine actually did stain when a small amount of water leaked and the iron was too hot, so it kind of left a mark on the surface. - It could be the type of water we have here in Ontario that causes the iron to build up calc so quickly, but I never had this issue with my Philips iron when I lived in Dubai. - It can leak every once in a while, but then every iron does at some point. Nothing major though. If it was cheaper, I would''ve given it 4 starts.
Having lived on the other side of the world where we have 220v powerful irons, I''m used to brands like Philips which have always been reliable for me.

This Rowenta works really well for me on a daily basis with a few minor complaints:
- When I put the iron aside while adjusting my shirt, I have to let it stand in a vertical position, otherwise it gets too hot and disconnects. To fix this issue, I have to unplug/plug it again.
- I''m not a fan of the stainless steel and would prefer something like what Philips uses. Mine actually did stain when a small amount of water leaked and the iron was too hot, so it kind of left a mark on the surface.
- It could be the type of water we have here in Ontario that causes the iron to build up calc so quickly, but I never had this issue with my Philips iron when I lived in Dubai.
- It can leak every once in a while, but then every iron does at some point. Nothing major though.

If it was cheaper, I would''ve given it 4 starts.
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Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good iron but steam feature spits and sputters when on highest setting.
Reviewed in Canada on June 8, 2020
I do a lot of quilting and that takes a lot of ironing of material yardage, seams and bias binding. I am almost constantly on the cotton setting at high temperature and use steam. I find that when I am using this setting the iron tends to hiss and spit occasionally and...See more
I do a lot of quilting and that takes a lot of ironing of material yardage, seams and bias binding. I am almost constantly on the cotton setting at high temperature and use steam. I find that when I am using this setting the iron tends to hiss and spit occasionally and leave wet marks the size of anywhere from a quarter to a silver dollar size spot. I can iron these dry, but it becomes annoying at times. Ironing a 3 yard by 42" wide swath of material, the iron might do this 4-6 times. And I find the auto-off feature annoying. I wish there was an override switch. But over all, it works and I will continue using it.
I do a lot of quilting and that takes a lot of ironing of material yardage, seams and bias binding. I am almost constantly on the cotton setting at high temperature and use steam. I find that when I am using this setting the iron tends to hiss and spit occasionally and leave wet marks the size of anywhere from a quarter to a silver dollar size spot. I can iron these dry, but it becomes annoying at times. Ironing a 3 yard by 42" wide swath of material, the iron might do this 4-6 times. And I find the auto-off feature annoying. I wish there was an override switch. But over all, it works and I will continue using it.
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Mrs.Carter
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love this iron, lifetime warranty issue though :/
Reviewed in Canada on October 9, 2020
I love the iron, easy to use, well made - only downside is the warranty when you try to register for the ''lifetime'' warranty you quickly find out it''s only for us residents. If you''re from Canada then tough luck, However I am going to expect this rowenta to last as per it''s...See more
I love the iron, easy to use, well made - only downside is the warranty when you try to register for the ''lifetime'' warranty you quickly find out it''s only for us residents. If you''re from Canada then tough luck, However I am going to expect this rowenta to last as per it''s name otherwise I will be contacting the company to complain. In the meantime have been using for a couple months pretty regularly and can''t complain I really like it. Great steam, auto shut off is sometimes a little bit of a pain but it does heat up fairly fast and it''s HOT so does the job. I have burned myself with the steam once but it was minor and my own fault, just be aware and careful and you''ll be fine. It''s the best Iron I have purchased so far.
I love the iron, easy to use, well made - only downside is the warranty when you try to register for the ''lifetime'' warranty you quickly find out it''s only for us residents. If you''re from Canada then tough luck, However I am going to expect this rowenta to last as per it''s name otherwise I will be contacting the company to complain. In the meantime have been using for a couple months pretty regularly and can''t complain I really like it. Great steam, auto shut off is sometimes a little bit of a pain but it does heat up fairly fast and it''s HOT so does the job. I have burned myself with the steam once but it was minor and my own fault, just be aware and careful and you''ll be fine. It''s the best Iron I have purchased so far.
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CHARLES M BRITT
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Major disappointment.
Reviewed in Canada on October 12, 2020
Did some research and this was rated very well by "Wire Cutter" but it was a good thing I tested this out on my jeans first. Spit out hot water and spotted them. It was just jeans so who cares but if it was my dress shirts could have cost me. Tried it a few times thinking...See more
Did some research and this was rated very well by "Wire Cutter" but it was a good thing I tested this out on my jeans first. Spit out hot water and spotted them. It was just jeans so who cares but if it was my dress shirts could have cost me. Tried it a few times thinking it was just first use but it did not improve. Love Amazons return policy.
Did some research and this was rated very well by "Wire Cutter" but it was a good thing I tested this out on my jeans first. Spit out hot water and spotted them. It was just jeans so who cares but if it was my dress shirts could have cost me. Tried it a few times thinking it was just first use but it did not improve. Love Amazons return policy.
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Cristal 71
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Cumple lo que promete.
Reviewed in Mexico on July 26, 2018
Necesitaba una plancha y busqué valoraciones en las marcas de planchas. En muchos de los sitios, esta marca ganaba en excelentes opiniones. Elegí este modelo por la ventaja de poder usarla con agua dura (con muchos minerales) ya que las demás planchas ya no funcionaban. El...See more
Necesitaba una plancha y busqué valoraciones en las marcas de planchas. En muchos de los sitios, esta marca ganaba en excelentes opiniones. Elegí este modelo por la ventaja de poder usarla con agua dura (con muchos minerales) ya que las demás planchas ya no funcionaban. El planchado es más fácil gracias que tiene más orificios de vapor que la mayoría. Es una buena opción a un precio razonable.
Necesitaba una plancha y busqué valoraciones en las marcas de planchas. En muchos de los sitios, esta marca ganaba en excelentes opiniones. Elegí este modelo por la ventaja de poder usarla con agua dura (con muchos minerales) ya que las demás planchas ya no funcionaban.
El planchado es más fácil gracias que tiene más orificios de vapor que la mayoría. Es una buena opción a un precio razonable.
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Rowenta Professional sale DW5280 1725-Watts popular Steam Iron with Stainless Steel Soleplate, Blue sale

Rowenta Professional sale DW5280 1725-Watts popular Steam Iron with Stainless Steel Soleplate, Blue sale

Rowenta Professional sale DW5280 1725-Watts popular Steam Iron with Stainless Steel Soleplate, Blue sale

Rowenta Professional sale DW5280 1725-Watts popular Steam Iron with Stainless Steel Soleplate, Blue sale