Summary: I've had various electric dryers for 40 years and this is the best yet. I also line dry to save energy, but it's great to have the electric dryer for sudden emergencies and I provide one for each of my apartment tenants because they aren't as "green" as I am.
Summary: If you need a ventless dryer, this is a good one. But if you can avoid ventless, do whatever is necessary to avoid it. It takes a long time to dry and you are always cleaning the lint filter and emptying the water reservoir. Otherwise, it's fine.
Summary: I live in a condo where I don't have a vent. Despite that, the builder put a dryer when they built the condo, the dryer used to exhaust into my hallway + living room. Anytime I was drying, the air was unbearable, there was a lot of humidity that warped my wooden floors, and there was a lot of lint and dust in the air that didn't help my allergies and asthma. The GE ventless / condenser dryer came to my rescue. I've had it for 3 weeks and immediately noticed the benefits.
Summary: we bought this dryer because we do not have hookups for a regular washer/dryer. we only have 110v outlets, so the dryer takes a lot longer because of this. that would be my only complaint about the dryer, but that's not a feature of the dryer, but rather our house! we use the 'optimum' dry setting, which stops drying when it senses there's no more moisture, and it really waits until all the clothes are bone dry before it stops.
Pros: Adjustable Temperature, Easy To Use, Energy Efficient, Large Capacity, Quiet
Summary: The 120V dryer takes more time to dry the clothes, but works fine and I will recommend this product to all of you who doesn't have a space or 240V electrical outlet. I'm happy with my purchase.