I got a Rowenta iron because of good reviews. I don't just iron clothes after laundry, but also do tailoring and need a heavy iron with good steam (when I use the steam). After 6 months it has started to leak out of the bottom - the part of the iron where the electronics go. That's a BAD thing. Now I've done more research and found that this is a very common "feature" of Rowenta irons, and once this one dies or catches on fire I will not get another. I want to like them, but I can't understand reading the comments of people who are on their third Rowenta iron that has started to leak out of the bottom. That's not a function that I want in an iron.
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