A no-frills dryer from GE that packs a performance punch
[SOUND] Do you hear that sound?
That's one of this dryer's all-mechanical controls.
This machine's control panel is decidedly analog.
There's no display, there's no LEDs, there's not even a light on this thing.
It's also back mounted which means this dryer can not support pedestal upgrades or be stackable so that you can save some space in your laundry room.
You also don't get any steam modes like you do on other dryers, and there really aren't any fancy dryer cycles For specific types of fabric or types of garments that you would find or more expensive or better equipped machines.
One of the biggest selling points though of this machine is that it is affordable.
It costs only $650.
It's also a great performer.
This dryer actually has more drying power than most of the machines we've looked at recently.
But keep in mind the capacity on this dryer is only 7.2 cubic feet which is not that big considering other dryers on the market.
And you also get moisture sensors inside this machine that'll help you avoid over drying or using too much energy.
So in the end, this dryer doesn't have a lot of crazy features, or cycles, but it does offer lots of drying performance for the price.
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