Wondering what you're going to get if you go for a top-of-the-line dryer? Look no further. If you are willing to pay top buck for your dryer, you probably want to get your money's worth. We've asked users what they think of high end dryers, and by analyzing their opinions we've found the following:
More money buys bigger and faster models than average, which makes them perfect for busy or big families.
If you have a lot of clothes to dry, or very little time to do it, these are the perfect dryers for you. How much is one of these bad boys going to set you back? About $1200, which is nearly double the $700 average. What's more, this higher price doesn't necessarily buy quality; users report that pricey models rate around average for quality.
It seems that this is what they're designed for and that their target demographic is busy families. In any other case, going with a cheaper dryer does not mean that you're skimping on quality or performance, just that your drying needs are not as high. If you're single, a couple, or even a small family, it might be wiser to purchase a cheaper dryer, because at the end of the day, the results are going to be the same, just a little slower.