Best iron brands Rowenta irons
German brand Rowenta is part of Group SEB (which also owns the Tefal and Krups brands) and it offers a range of steam irons.
We’ve run extensive tests on three Rowenta irons in our test lab – the DZ5045, DZ 9135 and DZ9115 Advancer models. To find out how each iron scored, visit the Which? irons review.
The Rowenta irons we’ve tested typically cost between £50 and £90. If these models don’t suit your budget, you can use our compare irons tool to find one that does.
Rowenta irons reviews
In the Which? lab we test irons on a wide range of criteria, and have found a significant difference between the best and worst irons.
Rowenta irons tend to score well for ease of filling the tank and two models score excellently for performance. To get a performance score our professional ironer puts each iron to the test, assessing the effort that’s needed, the quality of finish and the time taken to get a good result ironing a skirt, shirt and pair of trousers.
Two of the three Rowenta models we’ve tested come with an auto shut-off function which means they will automatically turn themselves off if they are not used for a set period of time. If you are particularly concerned about safety, you can use our compare irons tool to discover all the models we’ve tested that come with an auto shut-off function.
However, one model scores very poorly for heat-up time and one model only achieves average score across all our performance tests. Also, for one model a full tank of water only lasts for 10 minutes of steaming – not long compared to many models.
If you’re considering buying a specific Rowenta iron, check how well it scores on a variety of criteria, by visiting our irons test results.
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Read full reviews of each Rowenta iron, and find out whether any models have been awarded Best Buy or Don’t Buy status, in the Which? iron review.
All Which? Best buy irons glide through creases and achieve crisp ironing results, to save you time and effort.
Rowenta contact details
You can contact Rowenta by calling 0845 602 1454 or through its website (www.rowenta.co.uk).
If you’re thinking about buying a new iron, make sure you read our guide, how to buy the best iron, first. Plus check out our ironing tips video guide, for handy hints on getting the best results from your iron.