Priced at 13.99, this Maytag dryer certainly costs a lot.
It stands at almost 44 inches tall, and offers a massive 9.2 cubic foot capacity drum.
It's in fact the biggest, roomiest drier, we've reviewed yet.
It even has a magnetic door latch.
All of which give the drier a sturdy durable build quality.
On board are ten drier cycles to choose from, including a steam refresh mode.
There's a drum light too with it's own button.
A feature I personally get a kick out of.
The control panel is mounted To the long the back edge though making it hard to reach.
The panel's text labels and LED indicators are small and tricky to read, too.
The Maytag doesn't support stackable arrangements either nor are there any pedestal accessories available.
Worse, this dryer is underpowered and doesn't perform as well as other appliances, whether large or average sized.
So, while having lots of room is nice, you'd be better off buying a big dryer from Kenmore or LG, which perform a lot better.
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