Sleek, powerful and fast, it's tough to beat the big LG DLEX 9000V dryer's mix of features, capacity and performance -- but its hefty price makes the machine's few flaws hard to ignore.
With its solid performance and extensive features, you won't be disappointed by the capable Kenmore 81383 dryer, but this machine's boring exterior won't thrill anyone.
The LG DLEY 1701V dryer makes sense to those who value style and fast performance more than simple operation and drying lots of clothes at once.
If you value raw clothes-drying horsepower above all, then Kenmore 69133 dryer's excellent performance will have you hooked, but take a hard pass on this machine if you plan to stack your laundry machines vertically or drop them onto pedestals.
Though you have to fill its steam feeder with water by hand, the Kenmore Elite 81072 dryer's excellent performance, huge 9-cubic-foot capacity and included drying rack make this laundry appliance very enticing to big families.
While the GE GTD81ESSJWS dryer features a refreshed, modern exterior and elegant controls, it takes a relatively long time to dry laundry loads.
The budget-friendly yet high-performance GE GTD45EASJWS dryer makes a lot of sense for penny pinchers, but those who expect higher quality design, controls and features should look elsewhere.
The GE GFDS260EFWW dryer's cluttered controls and an often unreadable screen make the more thoughtfully designed Electrolux EFME617S Perfect Steam the wiser choice for the same price.
If you need an attractive dryer that tackles big loads of wet clothes and can live with confusing secondary controls, then the Electrolux EFME617S Perfect Steam is a solid choice.
Though it has a few shortcomings namely a confusing app and tricky door, the LG DLEX dryer's beautiful design, fast performance and loads of features make this appliance easy to recommend.
Wi-Fi smarts aside, the $1,200 GE GTD86ESPJMC dryer's bland design and slow performance don't match its luxury price tag.
The premium LG Styler might appeal at-a-glance, but it's roughly comparable to steaming your clothes while the shower's running or de-wrinkling them in the dryer. The performance just doesn't match the price.
LG's Smart ThinQ appliances have an impressive array of top-of-the-line features. Of course, at $1,599 for an electric unit and $1,699 for the gas model, this dryer comes with a top-of-the-line price tag, too.
This dryer works with Whirlpool's Android and iOS My Smart Appliances app, but it's not the only company heading that direction. How does Whirlpools 6th Sense tech compare?
Samsung makes a strong case for the connected dryer. Just be ready to pay.