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GE DBVH520EJWW


$799.00 Released December, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Dries in one cycle due to moisture sensor. Easy to use, all controls are intuitive. Can adjust the temperature to suit different kinds of fabric.

The Cons:Cottons seem to come out fairly wrinkled if they aren't pulled out right away. Buzzer indicating the cycle is done isn't very loud, easy to not hear it.

The GE DBVH520EJWW is a 7.0 cubic ft. Super Capacity electric dryer that utilizes a Sensor DryPlus moisture sensor to continually monitor moisture levels to help clothes look better longer. A lower end Super Capacity model, the DBVH520EJWW features only 6 cycles, including dewrinkle, airdry, extended tumble, mixed load, cottons, and an easy cycle.

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In addition, the DBVH520EJWW offers 4 temperature options and 4 optional dryness levels (damp/dry/less-dry/more-dry). The DBVH520EJWW also comes equipped with a 90-minute timed dry, a Quiet-By-Design package, rotary controls with LED indicators, and an adjustable end-of-cycle signal that alerts you when the cycle is done. The GE DBVH520EJWW retails for $799.00 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty. Optional accessories such as storage pedestals and an LP Conversion Kit are available for an additional fee.

Features

  • Capacity: 7.0 Cu. Ft.
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 41-1/2 x 31-1/8 x 27"
  • Available in White (DBVH520EJWW)
  • 6 Cycles
  • 4 Temperature Options
  • Electronic Controls
  • Reverse-a-Door
  • Flexible Installation
  • Quiet-By-Design Package
  • Optional Accessories Available
  • 1 year limited warranty

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Pros
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    dries in one cycle due to moisture sensor

  • 1

    easy to use, all controls are intuitive

  • 1

    can adjust the temperature to suit different kinds of fabric

  • 1

    energy efficient operation, draws a minimal amount of power

  • 1

    light inside makes it easy to check if there's a sock left over when emptying it

  • 1

    don't generally hear it while it runs

  • 1

    can handle really large loads at a time

Cons
  • 1

    cottons seem to come out fairly wrinkled if they aren't pulled out right away

  • 1

    buzzer indicating the cycle is done isn't very loud, easy to not hear it

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