Rowenta DW5080 Focus 1700-Watt Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 400-Hole, Brown

Made in Germany and loaded with features, this Rowenta Focus steam iron makes easy work of removing wrinkles from fabric. The iron’s smooth-gliding stainless-steel soleplate features 400 steam holes to ensure thorough steam distribution and time-saving efficiency, while its stainless-steel precision tip maneuvers effortlessly over collars, along seams, and between buttons. The iron works with tap water (no need for distilled) and powers on with a simple turn of the thermostat knob, which comes with clearly marked low to high heat settings and options for nylon, silk, wool, cotton, and linen. The iron auto-adjusts the steam output to match the soleplate temperature (turn auto-steam off for dry ironing). It also offers “burst of steam” to remove tough wrinkles and vertical steam for drapes and hanging garments. For safety and peace of mind, the iron shuts off automatically after 8 minutes if left unused in the upright position and after 30 seconds if left in the horizontal position or tipped over. An anti-calcium system prevents impurities for clean steam, and a self-clean system flushes out loose mineral deposits for optimal performance. From work shirts to table linen, the Rowenta Focus steam iron gets the job done.

Product Features

  • 1700-watt steam iron with smooth-gliding stainless-steel soleplate and precision tip for hard-to-reach areas
  • Patented Microsteam 400-hole design provides thorough steam distribution. Continuous steam output: 35 g/min
  • Clearly marked thermostat knob; auto steam; burst of steam for stubborn wrinkles; vertical steam for hanging items
  • 10-ounce water tank with level indicator; works with tap water (no need for distilled)
  • 3-way automatic safety shut-off; anti-calcium system; self-clean system for optimal performance
  • Made in Germany

2 thoughts on “Rowenta DW5080 Focus 1700-Watt Micro Steam Iron Stainless Steel Soleplate with Auto-Off, 400-Hole, Brown”

  1. Stop looking at other irons, this is THE ONE I’ve done a lot of research and a lot of comparison before buying this iron. I sew, mostly for my family and myself, and most of my projects require pressing. My old iron was not cutting it, it took forever to heat up and the steam was not steaming at all, it was more like a faucet, water leaking everywhere. I’ve looked up recommendation from other seamstress/sewer and 95% of them recommended Rowenta.Since I’m not making things to sell or use it on the daily basis, after hours of…

  2. Works great. Tricky to use at first. Please read full review! So far this thing is great. I don’t have a ton to compare it to except an old cheapo iron that was “donated” by my parents a while back and was used once only to realize it sucked and had destroyed one of my favorite shirts.First impression: the iron itself is quite heavy compared to the others I was looking at in stores. The sole plate is super nice and I like the plethora of steam holes. The first thing I did after unboxing the unit was read every instruction, and boy am I…

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