Lots of options and adjustable temperature settings
Has a good 'Notify When Damp" option
The sensor dry does not work with large blankets
Some users did not like the customer service
This is the summary of consumer reviews for LG Electronics 7.1 cu. ft. Electric Dryer in White (Model: DLE2250W). The BoolPool rating for this product is Excellent, with 4.50 stars, and the price range is $716-$799.
LG Electronics DLE2250W Electric Dryer is a well performing dryer. With 7.1 cubic feet of capacity, this dryer handles really large loads thus saving you time and energy. There is nothing worse than pulling clothes out of the dryer and finding they’re still damp! LG's Sensor Dry system measures the moisture levels during the cycle and automatically adjusts the drying time, to help ensure you get dry laundry every time. It dries clothes very well without overheating them and cuts the drying time. The LG LoDecibel motor makes this dryer very quiet. It is stylishlooking dryer and matches very well with its counterpart washer.
Users like the "Notify When Damp" feature and use it when they want to take out little damp clothes to hang. There are myriad of drying options and many adjustable temperature settings. It comes with an easy access, wide opening, reversible door. This dryer is equipped with LG's Flow Sense duct blockage sensing system that detects and alerts to blockages in the duct work. The exhaust system stays clean thus increasing efficiency and reducing drying time.
A few users complain that the sensor dry feature does not work very well when there are large blankets in the dryer. Also a few customers are not very happy with the customer service of LG.
Overall, LG Electronics DLE2250W is an excellent front loading electric dryer with good performance and features. It dries clothes well in short time. It is a good quality dependable machine and gets good ratings from users.
Dryingtime is significantlly reduced because the items come out of the companion washer almost dry.
I wish the timeddry setting was a little more obvious - the sensordry isn't great with largeblankets.
The dryingoptions are numerous.
My clothes come out dry with minimum wrinkles.
The operations easy and has great dryingfeatures.
The dry is nice too.
We finally replaced our dryer after 25 years - was drying 1/2 load at a time.
Holds a ton of clothes, very quiet, multiple settings/options for drying.Only complaint would be that dryer sheets tend to get caught under lint trap...need to remember to pull them out after each dry session.