I love it for single loads.
Doesn't fit many clothes. Expensive. But compact.
Big fan of the dryer and or Morus as a company. The dryer works well although I do have a couple of suggestions that would make me even happier. It would be nice to have the ability to manually enter drying time and temperature as well as an option to disable the anti-wrinkle tumble action that occurs when the drying cycle is over. With all that said, the dryer is excellent for anyone living in a small space from tiny homes to RVs and travel trailers. I personally keep mine under the bed in my Airstream.
I must say this is simply the best dryer in the market it’s small but does a huge job on getting a load done. All the cycles are simply the best even to dry your sneakers. I am truly amazed by this little dryer.
I've had my morus since October 2022. It was a bit pricey, but so far worth every penny. It takes up minimal space, doesn't need venting and dries clothes as good as the apartment dryer that I have to pay to use, and I don't have to put my wash in a machine that others use. That right there made it worth the price!
I live in a one bedroom apartment, and purchased an apartment sized washer too. The washer has paid for itself many times over, and the Morus will in time also.
I am watching my electric bill to see if it is increasing with the Morus, but it's hard to tell in winter, I have electric heat.
Because it "vents" inside, it does create quite a bit of condensation. It does have a bit of rumbling noise when it starts up, but after start up it quietly hums.
I clean the lint catcher inside the drum after every load, and have cleaned the back once so far. I use a soft toothbrush for this and it grabs the lint quite well and I don't worry about poking a hole in the screens.
It is just me that I am doing laundry for, if I had another person, I'm not so sure this would be the best option. Between my tiny washer and tiny Morus, it takes me all day to do laundry just for me. I'm sure in the summer it will go faster, as with jeans and sweatshirts added to my dress slacks and sweaters for work, it takes time.
I can dry one queen sheet at a time, one body towel with washcloths added at a time, one hooded sweatshirt at a time, and quite a few shirts, socks and delicates at one time. I usually use the 60 minute setting and loads like the large queen sheets aren't quite dry after 60, but they never were in the paid apartment dryer either.
I use name brand liquid detergent, and softener in the washer, and add a dryer sheet in the Morus. I believe this most likely isn't good for breathing with it venting inside, but I'm still doing it....Maybe I'll try a dryer ball. The Morus is one of my best apartment purchases so far!