Bring on the Bulky Stuff
This dryer's huge 7.0 cu. ft. capacity means it can tackle cumbersome loads, like towels and bedding, with ease. No more trekking to the laundromat for a specialty dryer.
No More Re-Drying
SmartDry Plus technology uses 2 moisture sensors and a temperature sensor to adjust the dry cycle, ensuring dry clothes each time without damaging fabrics.
No More Germs
The Sanitize Cycle removes up to 99.9% of germs using a high heat cycle, perfect for kids' clothes, soiled bedding and other dirty fabrics.
Wrinkle Guard lets you do laundry on your terms by giving a load a quick toss to prevent set-in wrinkles for up to 150 minutes after the dry cycle. No more babysitting the dryer.
Chic, Sleek and Easy to Use
Capacitive Touch Controls quickly respond to your touch and lend this dryer a nice modern look.
Dries well. Controls are easy to use. I like the special settings for heavy or bulky items.
This has to do with Sears in general. My 91 year old father has a house in Arizona. It needed a dryer. We went to the local Sears store in Eureka to order one for delivery in Arizona. While we were there we also needed a dryer for our home in California so we ordered the referenced dryer for delivery here. We then asked if we could order the same dryer for Arizona. We were told we could not through the store. Later we called Sears and ordered the same dryer for delivery in Arizona. Paid $40 more base price for same dryer. Hassled on phone why different price. When dryer delivered in California instruction for starting dryer not clear. We pressing start button dryer doesn't always start initially. Even holding down button does seem to work. Found manual less then helpful. Finally found phone number and called. Of course with technician on phone dryer started right up. But dryer continues to NOT start by pressing start button and holding down for some seconds. Pressing button gives off a sound like strumming a guitar. Sometimes it starts sometimes it doesn't. Some how not sure I'll ever use Sears again. Sad over my 50 years of adulthood bought most all my big ticket items from them.
After purchasing a new home and my old dryer making a very loud sound, I decided to use these as an excuse to replace my extremely old washing machine and loud dryer with a nice, new, *matching* pair.
I naturally went to my local Sears store and found a nice set with the features I wanted within the price range I wanted to spend and ended up with this dryer as half my pair.
We purchased the pair, and the "extended warranty" and went on our happy way. Everything was great until maybe about two months ago (a little over a year after our purchase) when the dryer stopped working. We called about our warranty and was bluntly told it only covered the washing machine. We were not told that at purchase, our fault for signing without reading I guess, but I guess it makes total sense that a warranty you bought while buying a PAIR would only cover one half. Great sliding that in, Sears.
We ended up having the heating element replace and the dryer was back to work ok again, for a minute. The heating element stopped working, again, which has spiraled into us having to replace breakers and getting in over heads with what is wrong with this thing. Now I'm getting an entirely different error that google says has something to do with the mother board.
So basically, I've had this thing less than two years, it's not working at all and no one seems to know why. I paid an extra several hundred dollars to only cover a portion of my purchase and now I'm stuff without a dryer. Bonus: no wonder Sears is falling under and now there's not even one near buy.
TLDR; I'd probably buy something else. And I'd definitely NOT recommend buying any kind of "extended" care from Sears, ever.
I am enjoying my new dryer. I have one complaint, the well of the dryer is very low, so I need to bend over to put clothes in and take out, otherwise dries very good. This replaces my old Kenmore dryer.
It's work perfectly! It has all the features I wanted. It doesn't take long to dry a load.