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Pros: This is exactly what I was looking for! I am a college student living in the dorms and I can't afford or have the space for a full size steamer. This is exactly what I need, its easy to use and heats up quickly. Perfect for me since Im always on the go
Cons: wish there were other colors, but gray will do :)
Reviewed By:Anonymous,5/5/2016 4:17:01 PM
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Pros: - Clips to hold the clothes in place. - Hanger to hang the clothes. - Small steam board to help with removing wrinkles. - Glove provided to prevent from getting burn from the steam when removing the wrinkles. - Quick start up.
Cons: It does not have storage for the accessories.
Reviewed By:Anonymous,12/14/2014 9:17:15 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is Somewhat High and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.
Other Thoughts: Overall, Rowenta is a great brand that produces irons. However, most Rowenta irons are made, or assembled in Germany. This particular model is not which is why the ratings are low. Out of the box the iron worked great. The iron felt flimsy compared to other irons from the brand, but performed well. After about two months of use that is when the problems started happening. The iron started sputtering excessive amounts of steam on the Auto function. Also, after normal use the buttons near the water spout of the iron broke. The spring behind it came out of place which broke the plastic behind the buttons and they were not able to be repaired. The next thing that broke was the steam selector. Once the iron was dropped (if you have a family it will happen) that was it. Finally, I sucked up the loss and purchased a Rowenta iron that states Made in Germany. I had that iron now going on three years and it stills performs like new (even after drops).
In conclusion, if you purchase a Rowenta iron, make sure it says that it is "Made in Germany". Otherwise, you may be shopping for another iron in a few months.
Reviewed By:Anonymous,11/21/2014 3:56:57 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 month to 1 year.
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