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Rowenta DX9800 Iron with Auto Shut-off

Rowenta DX9800 Iron with Auto Shut-off
alaAverage 4.2

8 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of Rowenta DX9800 Iron with Auto Shut-off. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Irons for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 83/100.

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Rowenta Perfect w/ Platinium Soleplate


WOW!!! THIS IS THE BEST IRON I HAVE EVER USED!!! I've had three (what I thought were medium priced) irons prior to this one. One had a stainless steel sole-plate, the others a teflon or teflon-like material for easier gliding over the fabric. They ...

Great performance one-pass ironing with little or no strain on wrist, arm, back.

A bit pricey if you just buy it at regular price.

Feb, 2008

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Our's wasn't so perfect


We purchased our Rowenta iron about 2-3 years ago, I believe it was at Linens & Things. I had always been under the impression that they were excellent irons, so I was willing to pay the high price. While the iron worked well, I usually found that it ...

worked well, lots of steam

bursts of steam upon standing up, burned out after about 2 years

Dec, 2007

Consumer review (

The Perfect Iron


Takes out wrinkles, auto shut off, nice steam, heavy

Sometimes after you finish or during steam ironing it will spit. Expensive.

Oct, 2006

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WOW! I hate ironing, but this makes it not a chore


I used to use those old clunky irons and hated it. It was a chore, actually it was more like pulling teeth. I had a bottom of the line Rowenta for 10 years and on combo fabrics it was fine. Still a chore, but better than the previous irons used. As I ...

Ease of use

Why didn't I get this sooner!

Mar, 2006

Consumer review (

Overpriced junk...


Looks nice sitting on the ironing board which is the only thing it does well

bad steam control, vomits on clothes, bad pump, way too expensive, horrible customer service

Aug, 2005

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Lots of power inside but still simple to use


The thing is with irons, that when you buy one, you probably won't buy another one in the next 10 or 20 years. So if I buy one, it must serve for long, there is no second bet - this is why I chose the Rowenta DX-9300 (DX-9800 in the USA). Here you are...

Strongest average steam pressure, big water tank, yellow-green-red temperature leds, excellent controls, heavy

Price, no sound warning

Apr, 2005

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I'm not Perfect, but Rowenta IS


IRONY: Incongruity between the actual and expected result of events. IRON: Heated device for pressing clothes I found it very ironic that many products called themselves “Irons” yet all of my early experiences with most brands of ...

Easy to use iron with many features.

No idiot's guide to ironing manual with unit. Expensive.

Jan, 2005

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I'm not Perfect, but Rowenta IS


Easy to use iron with many features.

No idiot's guide to ironing manual with unit. Expensive.