Rowenta DW2459 Access Steam Iron with Retractable Cord and Stainless Steel Soleplate, Black

March 13, 2020 - Comment

With maximum steam distribution and high-quality engineering that’s built to last, the Rowenta Accesteam Cordreel steam iron was designed for easier garment care, with the cordreel system offering effortless storage options. The stainless steel soleplate comes equipped with advanced Microsteam technology, providing ultimate steam coverage with over 350 micro-holes and 1725 Watts of power, for

With maximum steam distribution and high-quality engineering that’s built to last, the Rowenta Accesteam Cordreel steam iron was designed for easier garment care, with the cordreel system offering effortless storage options. The stainless steel soleplate comes equipped with advanced Microsteam technology, providing ultimate steam coverage with over 350 micro-holes and 1725 Watts of power, for maximum efficiency and exceptional glide. High-quality stainless steel soleplate and a durable design ensure long-lasting performance, with enough steam power to tackle even the most stubborn creases. A variety of advanced features—including easy refills;  vertical steaming of suits, delicates, or even curtains;  a precision tip for hard-to-reach areas, and more—come together for a dependable and long-lasting steam iron package.

Product Features

  • STAINLESS-STEEL SOLEPLATE – Easy gliding across different garments, smoothing hard-to-reach areas, and 1725 Watts of steam power
  • 350+ STEAM HOLES WITH 180 G/MIN SHOT OF STEAM – Excellent steam distribution and powerful wrinkle removal
  • RETRACTABLE CORDREEL – Ultimate ease of use and storage
  • 3-SETTING THERMOSTAT KNOB – Easy to use and to select the ideal steam output based on fabric
  • USE TAP WATER TO IRON – Easily fill the iron with easy fill hole, anti-drip lid, and translucent water tank window
  • SAFETY COMES FIRST WITH ROWENTA – Automatic 3-way shut off system to prevent accidents

Comments

Anonymous says:

Works better if you read about how to use the anti-calc features 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…

Anonymous says:

Not the Rowenta of yesteryear… 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…

Anonymous says:

Still Made in Germany — and not All Rowenta’s are Anymore 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…

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