Best Dryers With SteamBy Reviewed.com Staff
Feel like you're spending too much time at the ironing board doing touchup work? Instead of wasting time ironing individual garments, consider investing in a dryer with a steam cycle can take tackle an entire load of laundry with ease.
Finding a dryer that can meet all of your needs and has a steam cycle can be a little challenging, but we're here to help. With our lab-tested reviews, we've already done most of the heavy lifting for you. Below you'll find our list of the five best dryers with steam you can buy today.
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Updated March 14, 2017
The Maytag Bravos MGDB855DW is identical to the cheaper MGDB835DW in virtually every way: It's got a huge 8.8 cu. ft. drum, superb drying, and a bevy of cycles and customizable options. There's even a water hookup for steam cycles, plus a removable drying rack.
With a lengthy list of cycles, top-notch fit and finish, steam, a huge 8.8-cu.-ft. interior, and excellent performance, the MEDB855DW impressed in every way. Its giant drum is perfect for handling larger loads, cutting down on time spent in the laundry room, and its drying rack is great for those items you can’t just toss inside and forget. If you're looking for outsized performance and capacity, look no further. See Gas Version or
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The Electrolux EFME617SIW earns our unconditional recommendation. Broad and useful cycle list? Check. Customizable options? Check. Huge 8-cu.-ft. stainless steel drum? Check. And to top things off, it not only dries clothes, but dries them at cooler temperatures than almost every other model we've tested. And it's affordable, too.
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The Maytag Bravos MEDB755DW won't just get your clothes dry—it also gives you options on how to get the job done. One of the least expensive dryers to offer a steam cycle, other features include a 15-minute Rapid Dry and multiple sensor-based cycles. A 7.0-cu.-ft.-drum isn't the largest on the market, but it's plenty big to get a down comforter dry.
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The Maytag 5500 series dryer matches the company's front-load washers. It may cost about $400 less than the manufacturer's flagship model, but it offers almost all the same perks. You get a broad range of cycles and features and great moisture removal—plus Maytag's great Power Dry function, which uses more heat and more time to get truly tough fabrics dry. If you wear a lot of work clothes, Power Dry is a great fit.