Bring on the Bulky StuffThis Kenmore dryer’s generous 7.4 cu. ft. capacity can take on almost any size load, from mountains of towels and bulky bedding to heaping hampers of work and school clothes.
The Right Amount of DryThis electric dryer uses Sensor Dry with dual sensor technology to monitor moisture content and adjust drying temperatures and time. No more tossing clothes back in for another tumble or risking over-drying delicate fabrics.
Wrinkle-Free LaundryWrinkle 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 so you can run errands or take a nap without needing to iron out the laundry.
Give Your Fabrics a RefresherToss in soiled bedding, well-loved blankies and even cloth diapers on an NSF-certified Sanitize Cycle to kill up to 99.9% of household germs and bacteria. No need for harsh chemicals. Use the Steam Refresh cycle to nix odors and loosen up...
This is a great dryer although it doesn't always sense how wet towels are so I recommend the timed drying for towels. Also, the steam cycle I tried to use once but it left my shirt wet and not steamed dried at all. I would be cautious on this purchase.
The steam refresh feature does not work well at all. It ends up leaving wet spots all over the clothing and you end up having to do a timed dry after to get them dry again.
After several attempts to have this unit delivered and installed. I had to give up and return it. Sears, and their contractor services, have demonstrated the decline of the brand. Low knowledge telephone operators with poor communication skills have left me without a dryer for some time. Missed deadline, mid information about required parts, missing parts from delivery. After screwing up they refused to send the part to me expedited. It will be there in a week. In the meantime, what do I do with this dryer, put it in the living room in front of TV?? Goodbye sears. I am done with you and I will never buy another Kenmore appliance again.