It's ok, it works, it drys, it's cheap, it fits in spaces.
It could have better design. Ie, too much work to clean lint filter. It's in the CENTER of the INSIDE drum. It's one of the worst place besides the side attaching to the wall that anyone can think of. Not just it's hard to get to, and too dark to see small lints to make good clean, but when you remove the filter, lints will drop off inside the drum. So, you also need to keep a wet towel to wipe off lint dusts in the drum and keep a dry towel to dry it for your next load. On loads of heavy lints, like your cotton towels, I will need to clean the lint filter one more time in the middle of the load. It does get very dirty. Also, the other side of the lint filter that is located in the CENTER and INSIDE of the drum has a silk screen and that is the most difficult to clean. I keep a toothbrush to brush off the screen and as I said, after that all dusts is in side of the drum and you need to clean that.
REMEMBER ALL these work is for EVERY load, or even two cleaning per one load! Since it's a small load, you may have a few loads per week even if you have only one person in the household.
Besides the bad design, the filter is poor quality too, so, with all that cleaning work, my 3 weeks old dryer is already showing signs of wear and tear and I am already trying to buy a back up filter knowing that it's going to snap soon. Other then it's poor design, it does do everything it is designed to do.
So, you are welcome to buy it if you don't mind all that hassles, or don't clean it as much if you don't mind some cotton balls sticking on your cloth after drying.
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