Roomy LG dryer has speed and style if you can pay for it
LG is known for making some really slick, capable, and lovely laundry appliances and this LG dryer fits right into that mold.
The first thing you're gonna notice about this LG dryer is that it looks great.
It has lots of smooth curves and very nice modern design elements.
It's definitely a handsome looking machine.
Youre also going to notice that this LG dryer is huge.
It's got a big nine cubic foot capacity.
That's big enough to handle large comforters and large laundry loads.
You also get tons of features.
Different ways to handle different types of clothing.
It has steam modes to dewrinke and freshen up different types of clothing as well.
So it's a very handy and very capable machine.
The controls are right up front as well and they're also very easy to use and to manipulate.
One downside to this dryer, it is expensive.
It costs $1,800.
That's almost $2,000 to spend on one laundry appliance.
Included in that price though is integrated Wi-Fi and The ability to connect to a mobile application.
And that allows you to check on different functions while you are away from the machine.
But it's also a little clunky and hard to understand.
So that's something you're gonna pay for extra, and it doesn't work as well as I would like it to.
We don't have time to get into everything I think about this dryer right now.
For more, check out my full review But overall, I think this dryer is worth the money if you have a lot of cash to spend.
If not, you can spend a lot less and get very similar performance.
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