Rowenta Eco-Intelligence Iron Giveaway

Rowenta is providing the Eco-Intelligence Iron for giveaway purposes.

Rowenta Eco-Intelligence Iron: North America’s First Eco-Friendly Iron

Rowenta Eco-Intelligence Iron

As Earth Day approaches on Tuesday, April 22nd, I thought this would be a fine time to host an eco-friendly iron giveaway!  In fact, everyday is a fine time to embrace eco-friendly habits and products in my opinion. The Eco-Intelligence Iron, designed by Rowenta – the leading manufacturer in high- performance irons and steamers, is North America’s first eco-friendly iron!

At the apex of energy-efficiency and design, the Eco-Intelligence Iron by Rowenta is equipped with a patented Microsteam400 3De soleplate that concentrates steam on the fabric, which reduces the loss of steam and less water usage. Additionally, the unique new Eco Steam system is designed to help ensure optimal steam output to save energy and still provide the performance Rowenta user’s demand of their products.  The Eco Intelligence DW6080 iron combines ironing efficiency with a unique eco setting, resulting in a 25% energy savings over other irons.

Rowenta Eco-Intelligence Iron Features:

  • New patented soleplate with a unique 3De design helps concentrate steam below the soleplate to reduce steam loss and increase steam efficiency
  • Soleplate has more than 400 micro holes for perfect steam distribution
  • Round shape at the back to go back and forth without creases in the fabric
  • Stainless steel coating on the soleplate for scratch resistance
  • High Precision tip to reach narrow areas
  • Exclusive steam optimization system offering 3 settings:
    • Dry position for perfect finish
    • Eco position delivering optimal steam output to ensure high quality ironing results for most fabrics while saving energy*
    • Boost for additional variable steam for thickest fabrics and stubborn creases
  • Ergonomic rotary trigger for left and right handed users

The Rowenta’s Eco Intelligence iron ensures professional results without wasting water or energy.  This is one great example of how a small household change can benefit the environment.  Want to try it for yourself?  You can read more about it and find a local retailer at Rowenta and you can enter to win one right here!

Rowenta Eco-Intelligence Iron Giveaway:

One lucky reader will win one Rowenta Eco-Intelligence Iron, which combines ironing efficiency with a unique eco setting, resulting in a 25% energy savings over other irons. ($150 value)

Rowenta Eco-Intelligence Iron Giveaway Dates:  March 27- April 21, 2014 Midnight CST

How to Enter: Enter through Giveaway Tools- just sign into the widget and click the entries you want to complete.

Giveaway Announcement:
Winner announced above in the Giveaway Tools widget on April 22, 2013. Winner will be selected through Giveaway Tools and I will notify by email. Winner must respond within 4 days or the prize will be forfeited. Your email will not be shown and will be kept private.

I received no monetary compensation.  Rowenta provided the Eco-Intelligence Iron for giveaway.  All opinions expressed are my own.

Comments

  1. Birdiebee says

    I use wool dryer balls rather than dryer sheets and hang all of my tops on a line after 15 minutes in the dryer to reduce dryer use time.

  2. Karen Glatt says

    I recycle everything that I can. Pop cans, newspaper, cardboard boxes, etc. I recycle plastic bags by taking them to the store. I take 5 minute showers and turn off lights and power strips when not in use. I hang my clothes out to dry in the Spring and summer saving electricity!

  3. Julie Lynn Bickham says

    We recycle, use cloth bags for shopping, use cold water for our washing machine. I also use a water filter instead of buying bottled water and I also use all natural cleaning products.

  4. Elizabeth Smith says

    I try to avoid over-packaging when ever possible. It helps to avoid the center of the grocery store.

  5. christine burd says

    I make post cards to send to my grandchildren from cereal boxes and reuse other house hold goods to help eliminate waste

  6. Candice Montgomery says

    I use reusable bags, reuse plastic bag, and line dry instead of using the clothes dryer whenever possible.

  7. Natalie S says

    We recycle when we can, re-use plastic bags and I make some of my own cleaning products with vinegar and baking soda.

  8. Cynthia P says

    I am a real stickler about reusing paper & plastic bags, every box, and all jars & other containers, and we hardly ever purchase anything processed or commercially packaged. I also take reusable cloth shopping bags with me whenever i go to a store.

  9. Cheryl Rahkonen says

    One thing I do to be eco-friendly is to hang my linens and towels outside to dry rather than use the dryer. I also have changed most of our light bulbs to more energy efficient bulbs. I try to reuse anything that I can.

  10. Rose Reeder says

    I am starting to use the product Norwex as it is proven to be environmentally safe. We recycle so much and use the cloth bags at the grocery store as often as we can.

  11. says

    I grow giant timber bamboo for food and to benefit the environment (carbon offset). I catch rainwater and grow minnows, tadpoles and crayfish in the rainwater to produce natural fertilizer for my home garden.

  12. says

    In our home we use cloth napkins, create compost from scraps and use re-usable shopping bags among other things to be more Earth friendly. There are some fantastic ideas in these comments!

  13. Dorothy Teel says

    We use reusable grocery bags when we go to the store, we try to avoid plastic bags and I hate paper bags, we fill our own water bottles with glass bottles we have and reuse, saves a lot of money and no plastic bottles (plus we have well water and out water tastes great.

  14. Jeanne says

    We recycle our paper and plastic, use the dishwasher at night and try to wash and dry all clothes only once a week.

  15. Jennifer Pellicone says

    I wash laundry in cold water on the speed wash cycle. I don’t see any difference in the cleaning ability, so go with the shortest cycle!

  16. marian boll says

    We recycle all we can…just replaced our toilet with a saver one as well as last fall replaced our water heater with a better and newer type of heater.

  17. Tammy S says

    We are so green that if I do much more I will no longer have a carbon footprint. Lol

    We have solar panels, we recycle, compost, we drive hybrids and carpool.

  18. Holly E says

    I recycle and compost daily. I also walk or ride a bike as often as possible so I don’t have to drive.

  19. Linda Bradshaw says

    I have started making my own detergents and cleaners, been using less plastic, etc..New at this but I will get better. sweepinmomma123 at yahoo

  20. Mary Beth Elderton says

    Many thins–we actually set as a goal to maintain a smaller “footprint.” One thing I do is use reusable shopping bags and totes everywhere—not just the grocery store.

  21. Angela P. says

    I reuse everything I can. I shop at thrift stores whenever possible. I try not to use disposable things as much as I can.

  22. Melissa Mazzur says

    we reuse and recycle and repurpose whatever we can! We have a compost heap and grow our own veggies. I hang my wash to dry!

  23. Sandy Cain says

    We re-use the same plastic bags over and over. All sizes – we never buy Zip-loc bags, or things like that, and we use the bags from supermarket as trash bags. You can really save a lot of plastic use like that!

  24. Virginia says

    I wash and reuse purchased plastic bags, recycle everything possible in my community, send items no longer needed to a charity, wear or sell my old clothing. Wash and use as water bottles those such as Ensure or big fruit drink bottles to be used in watering plants as well as chilling my own local good water.

  25. Kyaw Sein says

    Time for everyone to participate in recycling in every way we can to make our world a more lovely and safe place to live.

  26. Lora W. says

    We recycle, I take reuseable bags to the grocery store, and we use washable containers of our lunches instead of plastic bags.

  27. Katherine Donovan says

    In the past year I have become much more eco conscious. I recently purchased an extra large garbage can that I use for recycle only. It is amazing how many things are recyclable. I have less garbage at the curb and more recycle .

  28. Wanda McHenry says

    We recycle everything possible. No one recycle in our neighborhood but we must have had an impact because there are more people recycling, even though it may be a milk jug and a jar! LOL!

  29. Enizete Lane says

    I love to reuse all my sauce jars…..I use them as a backyard candelabra, hand painted and decorate and I’ll give them with some dry herbs from my summer garden to friends and family…..

  30. Margaret Smith says

    We recycle and we also try to find new uses for items we might other wise throw away, for example making planters out of old decking.

  31. Mindie W says

    We follow the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” mantra. Even my kids know what can be recycled and save energy as much as possible.

  32. Charlie B says

    We recycle everything – paper, cardboard, glass, aluminum, etc. We have also switched to LED and Fluorescent light bulbs.

  33. Linda Szymoniak says

    I started recycling long before we had curbside pickup, and we’ve had a compost pile since we bought our house (29 years). I do my best to avoid buying products that have excessive packaging, and I recycle any packaging I get. I’ve gotten to be an expert at scheduling my errands so that I do the least amount of driving (not only good for the environment, but saves on gas and really saves me time). We’ve installed high-efficiency light bulbs, a programmable thermostat for our furnace/AC, use cool/cold water for washing clothes when possible, etc. I do my best to be as green as I can be.

  34. Pauline Milner says

    Our family is constantly trying to reduce our carbon footprint. We recycle everything possible from our home. Thank you for another giveaway opportunity. Please continue with the terrific blogging.

  35. Olivia Rubin says

    I always use the old, warm dog water to water the plants and plastic bags from grocery are all saved for garbage bag use

  36. Tina Marie McCallum says

    I recycle, always ask for paper bags, walk versus drive as much as possible. Always chase my husband down to turn off lights, etc.

  37. Karyn H says

    We recycle papers & plastics. We also make each trip in the car count by completing multiple errands rather than just one.

  38. Ms Gretchen Ann Luper says

    We turn the water off when we brush our teeth, turn off electricity to anything not being used, recycle cans.

  39. Jerry C says

    Since the area that I live in has no kind of recycle program what so ever, I search the net to try and find ways to recycle most of the garbage that we produce on a day to day basis. You’d be surprised at the uses you can find for your trash. LOL

  40. Susan Robbins says

    Turn the water off while brushing teeth. Turn off the light when we leave a room. Don’t use air conditioning or heat if putting on a sweater or having a fan on will do.

  41. Angel Feliciano says

    I have been ironing since I was about nine years old, and I have used a lot of irons, but this iron seems to be one of the best and I can use it every day!

  42. Michelle Stevens says

    I reuse an recycle everything I am like the extreme recycler…lol an I have actually pulled over a car that thru out a bag with beer bottles in it an made them pick it up or I was going to call the police I jus try to keep our planet safe for my grandbabies I also make sure appliances not being used are unplugged an if u don’t need a lite turn it off. Conserve are planet resources please everybody cuz we don’t get another chance to do it over.

  43. Monica Ferraro says

    I recycle everything I can in my area. People that don’t recycle make me “Crazy”!! It’s so easy to separate items while taking out the rest of the trash! I think some people are just to Lazy & don’t care about “Mother Earth”! I care!!

  44. Lolita Bouyer says

    We recycle newspaper, cardboard, plastics, metal kitchen cans, and aluminum cans. We also maintain bird feeders and a bird bath in our flower gardens., as well as, grow our own vegetables.

  45. ellen beck says

    Lots of things but I am a major composter and recycle the rest from paper plastics and metals! I was green before it became fashionable :)

  46. Missy Marie says

    Reduce, reuse and recycle. We use our bath towels 3 times before washing. Use linen napkins and wash laundry in cold water.

  47. Julie says

    I recycle paper, plastics, clothes, batteries, electronics, and anything else hazardous to the environment.

  48. RRouge says

    I’m an art teacher and we always reuse products to create new and exciting art projects! We also have joined with Terracycle at our school to recycle everyday items that would otherwise been thrown away.

  49. Alona Y says

    We just started using lavender, lemon and peppermint essential oils for all around the house. They are really useful!

  50. Terry Cover says

    We do not use plastic bags and all of our laundry is done with cold water. We are very careful about lights on the house, we use natural lighting in all rooms until darkness overcomes us and then lighting only as necessary.

  51. CJ says

    I like to hand wash most of my clothes and hang them dry. This eliminates using the washer and dryer and also it keeps my clothes looking new longer.
    Our family uses the 5 gallon water jugs and a water cooler instead of using plastic water bottles.
    We fill up the jugs at the a refill station close to our house for only $1.25.

  52. Angela Ash says

    I recycle everything I can and it gets picked up weekly. I also use reusable water bottles and natural cleaners. I have a compost bin and a garden where I grow vegetables and herbs.

  53. Brian E. says

    Thanks for the giveaway…we wash dishes by hand mostly, and save the gray-water / rinse water to use in our garden or on landscape plants.

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