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Metal and glass chic

For a top-load style dryer -- or any dryer for that matter -- the LG DLEY 1701V is exceptionally attractive.

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Tempered glass up top

The top surface of this dryer, as well as its door, is made from what LG calls "Diamond Glass" tempered glass.

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A sleek control panel

This dryer sports a sleek, flat control panel with touch-sensitive buttons.

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Choose your dryer cycle

Like many modern dryers, the LG DLEY 1701V is equipped with a range of special cycles and steam modes.

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You'll find no cycle dial here

There's no cycle knob on this control panel, a design element most laundry appliances still use.

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This metal door is solid

Unlike the flimsy doors on some other LG dryers, this machine has a heavy metal door that you can slam shut.

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Some room inside

While this dryer's 7.3-cubic-foot drum isn't as big as some appliances, it does offer a decent amount of room.

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