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Rowenta® Dw8080003 Pro Master Steam Iron, 1700-Watt
Rowenta® Dw8080003 Pro Master Steam Iron, 1700-Wattby Groupe SEB(1)
Powerful burst of steam for professional ironing results. Rowenta Pro Master delivers professional-quality ironing results with high performance and absolute precision. This powerful 150 g steam boost iron features patented Microsteam400 soleplate technology for perfect steam distribution to maximize ironing efficiency. *1700 Watt *Mircosteam 400 stainless steel soleplate *Extra long burst of steam *Anti-drip system *3 way auto shut off *Self cleaning *12.7 oz water tank *7' extra long power cord. The Perfect Ironing Tool For Professional Results *Made in Germany, the Rowenta Pro Master DW8080 iron is a real professional tool in your hand *With 1700 watts of power, it provides superior steam performance and results thanks to a powerful shot of steam that is pushed with high pressure into the fabrics creasing out wrinkles even on the thickest garments *The new Microsteam stainless soleplate with precision tip and 400 steam holes provides excellent glide, scratch resistance and optimal steam diffusion. The DW8080 comes with a 3-way smart shut-off switching the iron off in: 8 minutes if left horizontally, 30 second if left horizontally, 30 second if it tipped over *It also features variable steam allowing steam output to be adjusted; powerful vertical steam allowing the iron to be used in an upright position to remove wrinkles from hanging garments; cool spray mist providing a light mist to remove stubborn wrinkles. An extra large 12.7oz water tank is easy to fill with tap water, and the Anti-drip system helps prevent spitting and leaking when the thermostat is on a low setting *The Anti-calc system will help extend the life of the iron while the Self Clean system flushes out loose mineral deposits ensuring optimal performance for the iron. The Rowenta DW8080 Pro Master also carries a comfortable handle that is ergonomically designed and comes with a 7 ft. electrical cord along with a 360 degree pivot. Technical specifications *Power: 1700 W *Continuous steam output: 35 g/min *Steam boost: 150 g *Vertical Steam: YES *Spray: YES *Soleplate Technology: MICROSTEAM400 *Precision Tip: YES *Concentrated Steam boost at tip of soleplate: YES *Continuous steam diffusion: Tip, side and heart *Comfort Handle:: Yes *Stable rest hill: YES *Water tank capacity: 370 ml *Water tank capacity (oz): 12.7 oz *Water filling hole: Medium *Anti-drip: Yes *Auto-Off: YES *Eco Mode: No *Power cord length: 2.4 m *Power cord length (ft): 7.9 *Cord Storage: No *Anti scale function: Integrated anti-scale and Anti-scale setting.Read More
With features like digital displays, retractable cords and drip-free operation, household irons have certainly come a long way in a short amount of time. Whether you choose to smooth your clothing and table linens into wrinkle-free perfection with a steam iron or an iron press, there are a few key things you need to know before you make your purchase. After all, with proper care your iron will be your best friend for many years to come.

What types of irons can I choose from?

Irons are fairly simple tools, but choosing one can be tricky. There are at least a few common designs out there, all catered to specific needs:

• Steam iron: This combination of a steamer and a clothes iron is great for a variety of materials. The option to add a burst of steam or spray the cloth with water makes it perfect for natural fibers like linen. You can also use tap water in the reservoir, at least unless your water is very hard.

• Cordless iron: Like a traditional steam iron in all respects except for the cord, these models have been designed for maneuverability and portability, making them great for travel. However, while the lack of cord is handy, these models can have other faults, so be sure to check reviews before you purchase one to see how it stacks up against the competition.

• Steam press: If you’re looking for the crispest corners and seams for your tablecloths, sheets or napkins, a steam press is your go-to tool. These machines tend to be used mostly by professionals because of their large size, but more and more models are available for home use, usually in relative shape and size of an ironing board.

What features should my steam iron have?

With everything from self-cleaning reservoirs to retractable cords and automatic shut-offs, irons these days are equipped with just about everything you could want or need. Like all home appliances, the more features it comes with, the more expensive it tends to be. Think about which features would really enhance your use versus those that would simply raise the price tag. That way you can balance your budget and narrow down your choices.

What iron settings works best for my clothing material?

Each individual clothes iron may have different recommendations, so it’s best to follow the guidelines in the manual or those that are marked on the product itself. Here are some general guidelines to get you started:

• Linen: High heat (446 °F; 230 °C). Steam recommended.

• Cotton: High heat (400 °F; 204 °C). Steam or spray recommended. Cotton blends should use low heat and steam.

• Rayon: Medium heat (375 °F; 190 °C). Recommended to turn fabric inside out and use no steam.

• Polyester: Medium heat (300 °F; 148 °C). Recommended to use a light spray.

• Silk: Medium heat (300 °F; 148 °C). Recommended to turn fabric inside out and dampen it. You can also use a clean cloth on top of your fabric to prevent marks.

• Wool: Medium heat (300 °F; 148 °C). Steam required; turn your fabric inside out to prevent marks.

• Acetate: Low heat (290 °F; 143 °C). Recommended to turn fabric inside out.

• Acrylic: Low heat (275 °F; 135 °C). No steam required, recommended to turn fabric inside out. A light amount of spray can be used.

• Nylon: Low heat (275 °F; 135 °C). No steam or dampening required.

• Spandex: Low heat (275 °F; 135 °C). No steam or dampening required.