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Maytag Bravos X MEDX700XW Dryer Review

The corporate cousin of the Whirlpool Cabrio, Maytag's Bravos X dryer is easy to use, effective and relatively inexpensive.

$899.00
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Introduction

The Maytag Bravos X MEDX700XW is a standout dryer that sells for under $675 online. Though its normal cycle is a little bit long, the Bravos X does a great job getting clothes dry. It's also very easy to use.

Comparable Products

Before you buy the Maytag Bravos X MEDX700XW, take a look at these other dryers.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Drying Speed & Performance
  4. Drying Features
  5. Controls & Usability
  6. Whirlpool WED7300XW Comparison
  7. Fisher & Paykel SmartLoad DE62T27GW2 Comparison
  8. Maytag MEDE200XW Comparison
  9. Conclusion

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