Being a Sears Outlet mom has afforded me alot of great opportunities to try out wonderful small appliances . Recently they gave me the awesome opportunity to review the beautiful frontloading Samsung Dryer below:
The dryer I received is a Samsung Steam Dryer. Immediately I was excited because technically the guys don’t need to iron their ACU’s but with the steamer they were definitely less wrinkled then a normal drying.
Other feature of the dryer include:
Adjustable Level of End of Cycle
- Center LED Controls Display
- Drum Light
Stainless Steel Drum
- End of Cycle Signal
- Lint Filter Indicator
Compatible with Pedestal WE357A7R
Compatible with Stacking Kit(s) SK-5A, SK-4A, SK-3A1
- 4 Options
- Electric Heating Source
11 Preset Drying Cycles
Remaining Time Display
- 5 Temperature Settings
4-Way Venting SystemThe other great thing about this dryer is that it has a shoe rack. Ever tried to dry shoes, all that noise is not pleasant is it? With the shoe rack you can dry shoes with no problems, and best of all no noise. The dryer also has a cotton ring on the inside to reduce static electricity within the clothes.My husband read in the manual that this dryer automatically adjust drying time, thereby reducing wasted electricity. This should save you money in the long run, and because we will no longer live onpost (where electricity is free of charge) we can truly put the dryer to the test in the saving money aspect.I have to say that unlike my other piece of dryer this one actually dries. Not once did we have to run cycles twice. We dryed a ton of clothes too because we were in the middle of prepping for a PCS move, so it definitely had it’s chance to prove us wrong. Lsstly it has the cutest little music to signal that your load is about to finish.Wanna see more?Join me in the video below as I venture through to show you some of the other great deals at the Sears Outlet and more of my dryer:
Read some of the other Sears Outlet Moms Reviews here.
And don’t forget you can now shop online at Sears Outlets.
Powered by Facebook Comments