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Rowenta IS6200 Compact Valet Full Size Garment Steamer with Foot Operated On-Off Switch 1500-Watt, Blue

Rowenta IS6200 Compact Valet Full Size Garment Steamer with Foot Operated On-Off Switch 1500-Watt, Blue

Rowenta IS6200 Compact Valet
Rowenta IS6200 Compact Valet

With a code-breaking design to streamline performance the new IS6200 steamer is ideal for steaming garments and furnishings around the home. The suitcase inspired “tilt and roll” features enables easy transport. Foot operated pedals for power are convenient and comfortable. Telescopic pole adjusts height for comfort and pushes down for compact storage.

A Large Set of Accessories

Included is a large set of accessories including a crease attachment for perfect pants, a fabric brush for more efficient steaming and a separate lint pad for a perfect finish.

Rowenta Brand

Founded in Germany in 1909, Rowenta has a long history of innovation. In 1912, Rowenta manufactured their first iron, paving the way for their position today as the world’s largest producer of irons and garment care products. In 1949, Rowenta launched the first iron with a temperature control and thermostat, followed by the first steam iron in 1957. Rowenta manufactures the best, most technologically advanced German engineered irons and garment steamers, and is bringing today its latest floor and home care innovations to North America with the same attention to high quality.

Tilt and Roll
Tilt and Roll System

The suitcase inspired “tilt and roll” features enable easy transportation thanks to its back wheels and rolled using the handle.

Compact Design
Compact Design

Integrated hanger clips make it easy to steam.

Large Transparent Water Tank
Removable Large Transparent Water Tank

Provides clear view of water level and is removable for filling. The tank hold 81oz. of water for up to 1 hour of prolonged, continuous steaming.

Superior Steam Output
Superior Steam Output and large steam head

High steam output and wide diffusion from large steam head for quick and efficient wrinkle removal.

Telescopic Pole with built-In Hanger
Telescopic Pole with built-In Hanger

Height is adjustable for comfort and easy storage. The built-in hanger makes steaming garments easy.

Foot Operated On/Off
Foot Operated On/Off

Foot pedal with indicator light is designed for comfort and ease of use.

  • Build-in hanger with garment clips and hanger hook to hold garment in place for more convenient steaming
  • Extra-large removable transparent water tank holds 81-ounce of regular tap water for 1 hour of continuous steam
  • Foot operated on/off switch with indicator light is designed for comfort and ease of use; large back wheels for convenient movability
  • Soft touch, stay cool handle and fabric hose for added comfort when steaming; telescopic pole to adjust height, push down for compact storage
  • Large set of accessories: crease attachment, fabric brush and lint pad
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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  1. 417 of 431 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Steams well, but a few minor gripes, August 20, 2012
    nsv (The Everglades) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Rowenta IS6200 Compact Valet Full Size Garment Steamer with Foot Operated On-Off Switch 1500-Watt, Blue (Misc.)
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    When this arrived I had clothes that I’d left in the dryer for three days in preparation for testing this steamer. (Or… um… I forgot about them.) I pulled a wrinkled lump of clothes out of the dryer and into a laundry basket, and sat down to assemble the steamer.

    Assembly was very easy, and didn’t require the directions. I extended the pole, removed the thumb screw from the base, dropped the pole into place and put the screw in to hold it there. I pushed the hanger onto the top of the pole, and I was done.

    I did check the directions for water recommendations, and that’s a good thing. The directions warn you not to use water with additives or softeners, and they say you must use tap water. If you live in an area like mine, with hard well water, Rowenta recommends using half tap water and half distilled water. I used ordinary bottled drinking water, and here’s my first gripe: while the tank is probably very easy to fill if you’re holding it under the tap, if you’re in a hard water area and must fill it from a bottle, the way the tank is tilted makes it tricky to fill without spilling. It’s also impossible to see the max fill line while pouring. It’s not a problem everyone will have and it’s not a big deal, but it is an annoyance.

    I hung the steam head from the hanger, as the instructions describe, and plugged the steamer in and turned it on. All the lights dimmed significantly and remained dimmed. This clearly draws quite a lot of power. (The directions warn “To avoid a circuit overload, do not operate another high-wattage appliance on the same circuit.”) About a minute later, I had steam.

    Here’s where I ran into my second annoyance: the steam head hook is in the middle of the hanger. That means that the steam head is attached to the hanger when you’re not holding it, so moving clothes on and off the hanger is a challenge. After trying to find a way to make it work, I gave up on the built-in hanger and just put clothes on my own hangers, then hung those on the built-in hanger. Not a big deal, but it’s easy to knock clothes off the hanger and onto the floor, getting them nicely wrinkled again. I also lost the height advantage that way, and had to drag a chair over to steam the bottom of the clothes, near the floor.

    The built-in hanger doesn’t rotate, but if you’re using your own hangers it’s easy to turn clothes around that way.

    The hose is a bit stiff and difficult to work with, but it loosens up quite a bit as the steam flows through it. It seems durable and will probably last a long time, so I’m not complaining about this.

    The steamer produces a good amount of steam, yet a partial fill was more than enough to get through a very large load of terribly wrinkled clothes. Deep wrinkles fell out easily with a couple of swipes of the steam head. Collars and pocket flaps that had been crinkled for a long time relaxed and lay flat after a few seconds of steady steam application–even my iron doesn’t work that well on problems like that.

    I haven’t tried the fabric brush. I only had one item that might have needed it–a very battered pair of cargo pants–and the steam alone did a pretty good job on those. I wasn’t about to turn the steamer off, wait for it to cool, attach the fabric brush, then heat it up again to do one pair of pants. Because the brush pops off easily, next time I’m going to start with the brush attached, steam the clothes that might need brushing first, then take the brush off and continue.

    I also haven’t tried the crease attachment. My uniform days are over, as are my days of ironing in creases. It attaches to the steam head and the clothes slip in between the crease attachment and the steam head. It looks like it might be tricky, but it should do well refreshing the crease on items that are already creased.

    The lint pad, which does not attach to the steamer, does a great job. It seems to work better when the clothes are resting on a flat surface, rather than hanging on a hanger. It’s also very easy to clean.

    All these attachments are great, but there’s no way to store them with the steamer. You can attach the brush or crease attachment to the steam head, but that leaves another attachment and the lint tool with no home. I’ve thrown them into a plastic bag that I hang from the hanger.

    The power cord isn’t very long. It’s good if you plan to stay in one place and steam laundry, but if you plan to move it around to steam curtains, you might want to have an extension cord on hand. The instructions warn that a 15 amp extension cord should be used to avoid overheating.

    While the problems like the built-in hanger/steam head hook make this steamer a little difficult to use, it…

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  2. 116 of 120 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Both The IS6200 And IS6300 Are Wonderful Steamers, March 6, 2013
    Ladyfingers (Northern Michigan) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

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    I already own the earlier model to this one, the Rowenta IS6200 Compact Valet Full Size Garment Steamer with Foot Operated On-Off Switch 1500 Watt, Blue and I love it. The only real drawback the older model has (and so do many other steamers) is one of safety. Shirt and other clothes edges need to be held taut while steaming. It’s inevitable that at some point hot steam and fingers will come into contact with each other. Believe me, that steam is mighty hot. Rowenta took care of the problem by adding a support roll that acts like a vertical ironing board. I was very happy with the older model, but this new feature is well thought out and a welcome addition. Steaming can now be safely done pretty much single-handed, thanks to the expandable support. I still hold down an edge once in awhile, but a whole lot less than before.

    Both steamers heat up in about 60 seconds, and users will appreciate the integrated hanger system. Clothes hang nicely from it, and steaming all sides/angles can be accomplished in about 1-2 minutes. Try doing that with an iron. The Master Valet lays collars flat and wrinkles disappear in seconds. I’m especially impressed with heavier polo/golf type shirts and 100% cotton shirts made in India (the kind that always come out of the dryer a wrinkly mess). Their varying textures make traditional ironing a real challenge, but the Rowenta Master Valet easily de-wrinkles these hard to iron fabrics.

    I still iron dress pants for a more defined crease, but the bulk of our pressing needs is now done with the Rowenta Master Valet. It’s portable and versatile. Steaming drapes and curtains is a cinch, and it can freshen up any upholstery (car, chair, bedding). It was invaluable in helping us take down some stubborn wallpaper. We also bought a playard for our grandchild and the skirt surrounding it was a wrinkled mess–Rowenta to the rescue. It looks wonderful now.

    The hook for the steam hose is centrally located in the hanger system on both models, which makes it hard to hang up while in use. My simple solution is to work right next to the laundry tub. That way I can take advantage of hanging/steaming clothes and then drape the steamer hose over the laundry tub while I’m switching out to the next garment.

    I prefer the smaller hanger that comes with the cheaper model because shirt collars button easier, but that’s a small detail. I also wondered if people like me who already own the Compact Valet (IS6200) couldn’t upgrade to the Master Valet (IS6300) by simply buying the pole that has the expandable support roll. They seem to be the same dimensions and pretty much identical in appearance. There is nothing on the Rowenta website offering that, but it’s a shame consumers who own the older model couldn’t appreciate and use the support roll too.

    If cost is an issue and care is taken while steaming, go for the cheaper model. It does just as good a job as this newer version except it has no vertical support roll. The new Master Valet does seems like a safer option though, thanks to the added back support. I highly recommend either, depending on your cost and safety needs.


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  3. 93 of 100 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Needs a hose that doesn’t collapse, March 9, 2013
    Marilyn T. (Elkhorn, WI USA) –

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    We own a clothing store and have always used Jiffy steamers. I was anxious to give this one a try.

    The good news: Powerful steam capabilities, roll & press support is awesome, hanger at the top is a great idea.

    The bad news: It needs to be a foot higher and the hose needs to be made of a stiffer material. When steaming the bottom of a shirt, you need to get the hose way down, at which point it doubles over on itself and shuts off the steam. This is a major design flaw. The Jiffy tubing is made of vinyl that is quite stiff. The Rowenta hose is covered in a sort of fabric reminiscent of the old canister vacuum cleaner hoses. I assume the inside tubing is also vinyl but it’s a very soft vinyl. If they would use a heavier tubing and extend the height a foot, this would be an awesome appliance because the steam power is so great.


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