Best Dryers With Steam of 2018

By Reviewed 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.

For more detailed information about a particular model, just click through to read the full review.

— Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. Our picks and opinions are independent from any business incentives.

Updated January 05, 2018

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Expert Score
9.1

LG DLEX3570W

The LG DLEX3570W dryer is great at the basics, and it also has a host of useful extras that work. Yes, it gets a load of laundry 100% dry—but it also has quick cycles, and provides steam if you want it. It's affordable, too, and looks great whether you choose white or graphite. We only have two complaints: water for steam comes from a drawer instead of a plumbed hookup, and the smartphone app doesn't work well.

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Electrolux EFME517STT

Electrolux's 517 dryers give consumers 8-cu.-ft. stainless drums, a plethora of cycles, and gentle drying. They lack the Allergen cycle found on the company's 617 dryers, but they're also a lot less expensive.

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Samsung DVE54M8750V

If you clean your clothes in a big washer, this dryer has the room to dry it all. Even your king size comforters come out completely dry, faster than you think.

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Where To Buy

$949.10 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,053.00 Home Depot Buy $949.99 Best Buy Buy

Maytag MED5500FC

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.

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Where To Buy

$1,074.10 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,079.10 Home Depot Buy $1,079.99 Best Buy Buy

Maytag MEDB955FC

For families that generate a lot of laundry, this dryer has the room for it. There's space to dry king size comforters and they come out totally dry and fluffy.

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$1,254.10 AppliancesConnection Buy $1,259.10 Home Depot Buy $1,259.99 Best Buy Buy
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