12 Best Compact Dishwashers

Today, the edi­tors of Exper­tol­ogy mag­a­zine and Rankquality.com ana­lysts have select­ed 12 of the best com­pact built-in and inde­pen­dent dish­wash­ers. The fol­low­ing para­me­ters were adopt­ed as cri­te­ria for select­ing goods for the rat­ing:

  1. reli­a­bil­i­ty of con­stituent ele­ments;
  2. capac­i­ty;
  3. the num­ber of avail­able func­tions;
  4. price;
  5. feed­back from users and experts.

Rating of the best compact dishwashers

Best Freestanding Compact Dishwashers

See also: 23 best dish­wash­ers

Bosch SKS 62E22

Rat­ing: 4.9


Bosch SKS 62E22

The main con­tender for vic­to­ry in the rat­ing does not dif­fer much in terms of capa­bil­i­ties from the Bosch SKS 41E11. It holds 6 sets of dish­es, spends up to 8 liters of water and has 6 pre­set pro­grams. The improved Var­ioSpeed ​​invert­er motor is qui­eter and more effi­cient: the actu­al noise lev­el has been reduced to 45 dB. The resource has also grown, and with prop­er main­te­nance, you can use the dish­wash­er for up to 12 years.

The num­ber of tem­per­a­ture modes in Bosch SKS 62E22 is 5 pieces. Dry­ing is con­den­sa­tion, but of high qual­i­ty, after which it is enough to wipe the dish­es with a dry cloth. There is a 24-hour delay start timer and a com­plete glass hold­er. The aver­age rat­ing of the device was the high­est among com­peti­tors — for most users it became the best.

Advantages

  • delayed start timer;
  • low noise lev­el;
  • large work­ing resource;
  • The opti­mum ratio of price and qual­i­ty;
  • user choice.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

Electrolux ESF2400OK

Rat­ing: 4.8


Electrolux ESF2400OK

The style icon among dish­wash­ers is the Elec­trolux ESF2400OK. Its design can be called the most attrac­tive in the rank­ing: styl­ish black pan­els, cou­pled with an elec­tron­ic dis­play and a con­cise block of but­tons, do not leave any­one indif­fer­ent. It accepts up to six sets of dirty dish­es. Water con­sump­tion is 6.5 liters per stan­dard cycle of 190 min­utes. Ener­gy effi­cien­cy is also an advan­tage — the hourly con­sump­tion does not exceed 0.61 kWh.

The Elec­trolux ESF2400OK has a clas­sic block of six pro­grams and four tem­per­a­ture modes with con­den­sa­tion dry­ing. There is a delayed start timer and case pro­tec­tion against leaks. The lev­el of work­ing noise does not exceed 50 dB. There are no obvi­ous short­com­ings, and this is noticed by the vast major­i­ty of users.

Advantages

  • the most beau­ti­ful design;
  • effi­cien­cy in terms of water and ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • the case is pro­tect­ed from leak­age and water pass­es;
  • not noisy.

Midea MCFD42900 OR MINI

Rat­ing: 4.7


Midea MCFD42900 OR MINI

The third line of the rat­ing goes to the ultra-com­pact Midea MCFD42900 OR MINI dish­wash­er with a width of 42 cen­time­ters. It is designed for only two sets of dish­es and there­fore it can eas­i­ly be rec­og­nized as the most imprac­ti­cal. But no one can com­pare with it in terms of the qual­i­ty of wash­ing: with a con­sump­tion of 6.5 liters and a cycle of 160 min­utes, it removes absolute­ly all types of con­t­a­m­i­nants. In gen­er­al, she does not real­ly need those addi­tion­al 5 modes of oper­a­tion.

For the first time in the rat­ing, the dish­wash­er uses not a con­dens­ing, but a tur­bo dry­er with a sup­ply of dry heat­ed air. It has a 1–24 hour delay timer and inte­ri­or light­ing. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, noth­ing is said about pro­tec­tion against leaks, which means only its absence. But this prac­ti­cal­ly does not affect reli­a­bil­i­ty — the dish­wash­er can serve up to 8 years with­out a sin­gle break­down.

Advantages

  • low pow­er con­sump­tion;
  • very high-qual­i­ty laun­der­ing of cut­lery items;
  • the pres­ence of a delay timer;
  • tur­bo dry­er.

Flaws

  • high price and low load;
  • no leak­age pro­tec­tion.

Also Read: 20+ Best Bud­get Dish­wash­ers

Bosch SKS 41E11

Rat­ing: 4.6


Bosch SKS 41E11

Unlike pre­vi­ous rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the Bosch SKS 41E11 rat­ing, it has an invert­ed lay­out. The con­trol pan­el is locat­ed at the bot­tom of the machine, while the com­part­ment for dish­es is locat­ed at the top. Hence, it becomes nec­es­sary to install the machine at a lev­el not low­er than the waist, since oth­er­wise it will be incon­ve­nient for you to set pro­grams.

Anoth­er nuance is that it emits up to 54 dB of noise and has only 4 work­ing pro­grams. The aver­age con­sump­tion is 8 liters, and the load allows you to place up to 6 sets of dish­es inside. How­ev­er, reli­a­bil­i­ty indi­ca­tors come to the fore here. The Bosch SKS 41E11 has par­tial leak­age pro­tec­tion, a Ser­voSchloss lock and a load sen­sor. The invert­er EcoSi­lence Dri­ve is used as a motor, designed for 8–10 years of ser­vice. This is def­i­nite­ly one of the best solu­tions for your kitchen for a long time.

Advantages

  • the pres­ence of pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • accept­able price;
  • up to 10 years of ser­vice;
  • the pres­ence of a load sen­sor and installed sys­tems Var­ioSpeed, Active­Wa­ter (recir­cu­la­tion of water flows for bet­ter clean­ing of devices);
  • lock with door seal­ing func­tion.

Flaws

  • high noise lev­el and only 4 work­ing pro­grams.

Candy CDCP 8/E

Rat­ing: 4.7


Candy CDCP 8/E

Excel­lent design approach and reli­a­bil­i­ty allowed Can­dy CDCP 8 / E to enter the top five dish­wash­ers. Like Ginz­zu DC281, it is designed for wash­ing eight sets of dish­es with a con­sump­tion of eight liters of water per full cycle. Its dura­tion is 195 min­utes, and the cost of elec­tric­i­ty is no high­er than 0.72 kWh. The oper­at­ing noise lev­el hard­ly reach­es 51 dB.

The Can­dy CDCP 8/E dish­wash­er has a dis­play with elec­tron­ic con­trol type and pre­set five tem­per­a­ture modes. It comes with a glass hold­er and cut­lery tray. The ser­vice life of the machine accord­ing to the spec­i­fi­ca­tion can reach 7 years. How­ev­er, in fact, with prop­er main­te­nance, it can be oper­at­ed for 9–10 years. The main draw­back of the mod­el: the lack of body pro­tec­tion against leak­age.

Advantages

  • con­ve­nient, intu­itive con­trol;
  • nice design;
  • large down­load vol­ume;
  • 7 years nor­mal­ized ser­vice life.

Flaws

  • lack of pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • no delay timer.

Ginzzu DC281

Rat­ing: 4.6


Ginzzu DC281

Com­pact, but more spa­cious dish­wash­er with a load of eight place set­tings. Man­age­ment is imple­ment­ed through an elec­tron­ic pan­el with but­tons and light indi­ca­tors. The amount of ener­gy con­sumed per wash cycle is 1620 W. The noise lev­el is nor­mal: only 49 dB.

It is note­wor­thy that the spec­i­fi­ca­tion for the Ginz­zu DC281 indi­cates that the ser­vice life of the machine is only 5 years. After this peri­od, it is strong­ly rec­om­mend­ed to car­ry out a major over­haul at an autho­rized deal­er or replace it com­plete­ly. More­over, the war­ran­ty cov­ers only 1 year of oper­a­tion. Of the design fea­tures, we also note par­tial pro­tec­tion against leaks and the pres­ence of a glass hold­er.

Advantages

  • big load;
  • Ease of con­trols;
  • low noise lev­el (in fact, low­er than stat­ed);
  • excel­lent wash­ing on the express pro­gram;
  • the pres­ence of par­tial pro­tec­tion against leaks.

Flaws

  • no delay start;
  • the pres­ence of prob­lems with dry­ing and clog­ging of the noz­zles of the water sup­ply.

Also Read: Top 7 Elec­trolux Dish­wash­ers

Midea MCFD-0606

Rat­ing: 4.5


Midea MCFD-0606

The sev­enth line of the rat­ing goes to the Midea MCFD-0606 dish­wash­er with six work pro­grams and the same num­ber of water heat­ing modes. Its con­sump­tion is sev­en liters per six sets of dish­es, which is gen­er­al­ly a nor­mal result. The aver­age dura­tion of one work­ing cycle is 120 min­utes, dur­ing which the machine man­ages to spend 1.38 kW of ener­gy. It has a con­denser dry­er and a 2–8 hour delay timer.

One of the main advan­tages of Midea MCFD-0606 is the pres­ence of par­tial pro­tec­tion against leaks. We also note the 2‑year war­ran­ty on all com­po­nents of the dish­wash­er, and in this respect it turns out to be bet­ter than Weiss­gauff. The dis­ad­van­tages of the mod­el are tra­di­tion­al­ly made by a weak dry­ing sys­tem and an incon­ve­nient bas­ket for load­ing plates and oth­er cut­lery.

Advantages

  • low price;
  • the pres­ence of par­tial pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • 6 water heat­ing modes;
  • low ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • 2 year man­u­fac­tur­er’s war­ran­ty.

Flaws

  • small and uncom­fort­able bas­ket for dish­es;
  • after dry­ing, the dish­es remain suf­fi­cient­ly moist.

Weissgauff TDW 4006

Rat­ing: 4.5


Weissgauff TDW 4006

Anoth­er rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Weiss­gauff with leak pro­tec­tion, which gives a lit­tle more func­tion­al­i­ty than a dish­wash­er from BBK. It is designed to wash 6 place set­tings with an aver­age water con­sump­tion of 6.5 liters. The time for one work­ing cycle in stan­dard mode is 180 min­utes. There is a func­tion of express wash­ing, del­i­cate and inten­sive modes. The water heat­ing tem­per­a­ture is reg­u­lat­ed by an elec­tron­ic con­trol pan­el, and heat­ing is car­ried out by the flow method in 5 modes.

The Weiss­gauff TDW 4006 dish­wash­er has a 2–8 hour delay start timer, leak pro­tec­tion, and audi­ble oper­a­tion indi­ca­tion. Among acces­sories there is a hold­er for glass­es. In gen­er­al, users con­sid­er the dish­wash­er to be among the best in the seg­ment, but it was not with­out draw­backs. These are inac­cu­ra­cies in the instruc­tions and dif­fi­cul­ties with set­ting the salt lev­el.

Advantages

  • accept­able price;
  • low water con­sump­tion;
  • instan­ta­neous water heater, ensur­ing the com­pact­ness of the machine;
  • the pres­ence of a hold­er for glass­es;
  • com­plete leak­age pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • deter­mi­na­tion of water salin­i­ty lev­el;
  • inac­cu­ra­cies in the instruc­tions.

BBK55-DW012D

Rat­ing: 4.4


BBK55-DW012D

The inde­pen­dent com­pact dish­wash­er from BBK is one of the most afford­able options for equip­ping the kitchen. It con­sumes 7 liters of water in one work­ing cycle and allows you to wash up to 6 sets of dish­es. Con­den­sa­tion dry­ing pro­vides get­ting rid of mois­ture residues — after remov­ing the dish­es, it is enough to wipe them with a dry cloth.

The BBK 55-DW012D dish­wash­er has 6 pre­set oper­at­ing pro­grams, includ­ing a del­i­cate wash for glass and crys­tal, as well as an inten­sive cycle for heav­i­ly soiled pans and pots. All infor­ma­tion about the machine set­tings is dis­played on the LED dis­play, and the con­trol is imple­ment­ed through push­but­ton switch­es. The noise lev­el is 49 dB, and this is quite a nor­mal val­ue for this type of equip­ment.

Advantages

  • low price;
  • accept­able con­sump­tion rates;
  • qui­et work;
  • heat­ing water up to 70 degrees Cel­sius.

Flaws

  • lack of pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • inac­cu­ra­cies in the descrip­tion: the actu­al capac­i­ty is 6 sets, not 12.

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Weissgauff BDW 4106 D

Rat­ing: 4.9


Weissgauff BDW 4106 D

The moment when sev­er­al Ger­man brands fight for lead­er­ship in the rank­ing. Weiss­gauff BDW 4106 D, like MAUNFELD MLP-06IM, is ful­ly built-in and mea­sures 55 cen­time­ters. It has imple­ment­ed 6 work pro­grams, which con­sume about 9.5 liters of water. Con­sump­tion is increased by about 30% com­pared to the main com­peti­tor, and this could be a deci­sive fac­tor in choos­ing a leader, but …

… Weiss­gauff BDW 4106 D has a more sig­nif­i­cant advan­tage. Despite the obvi­ous gaps in effi­cien­cy, the dish­wash­er has com­plete pro­tec­tion against leaks. This means that under any cir­cum­stances you do not have to wor­ry about the con­di­tion of the facades and the head­set — water will def­i­nite­ly not spoil them. Also note the pres­ence of a delay timer for 24 hours and 5 tem­per­a­ture set­tings.

Advantages

  • full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • six work­ing modes;
  • delay timer for a day;
  • equipped with the main con­trol sen­sors.

Flaws

  • high water con­sump­tion.

MAUNFELD MLP-06IM

Rat­ing: 4.8


MAUNFELD MLP-06IM

Com­pact and ful­ly inte­grat­ed dish­wash­er with a width of 55 cen­time­ters. It has almost the same set of char­ac­ter­is­tics as the Elec­trolux ESF 2300 DW, but has a num­ber of impor­tant tech­ni­cal fea­tures. First, let’s talk about some­thing sim­i­lar. The inter­nal vol­ume of MAUNFELD MLP-06IM allows you to place up to 6 sets of dish­es. At the same time, no more than 6.5 liters of water and approx­i­mate­ly 1280 W of ener­gy are spent on one work­ing cycle. There are 6 stan­dard pro­grams, includ­ing express wash and inten­sive, as well as a del­i­cate wash for crys­tal prod­ucts and “econ­o­my” for light­ly soiled cut­lery.

Now for the impor­tant dif­fer­ences. The MAUNFELD MLP-06IM has a 24-hour delay start timer, a sound noti­fi­ca­tion of the start and end of the work cycle, as well as par­tial leak­age pro­tec­tion. The lat­ter func­tion is extreme­ly use­ful, because when you break into emer­gency mode (which hap­pens here only when the light is turned off), at the time of drain­ing, water is often squeezed out of the sys­tem.

The advan­tages of the mod­el are clear­ly indi­cat­ed by high con­sumer rat­ings. Be sure to look at it at the time of selec­tion.

Advantages

  • con­sump­tion up to 6.5 liters per full cycle of oper­a­tion in the “inten­sive” mode;
  • capac­i­ty for six sets of dish­es;
  • par­tial pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • avail­abil­i­ty of sen­sors and sen­sors + approval for the use of 3 in 1 prod­ucts.

Flaws

  • not detect­ed.

Also Read: 17 Best Dish­wash­er Clean­ers

Electrolux ESF 2300 DW

Rat­ing: 4.7


Electrolux ESF 2300 DW

Elec­trolux ESF 2300 DW belongs to the dish­wash­ers with par­tial embed­ding, the con­trol pan­el of which is not hid­den behind a dec­o­ra­tive facade. If you want to keep the kitchen in the same style, this pan­el will inter­fere, but it will have a pos­i­tive effect on ease of use. This device dif­fers in load­ing on six sets, con­sumes up to 1200 W of elec­tric pow­er and con­sumes up to 7 liters of water for a cycle.

The Elec­trolux ESF 2300 DW dish­wash­er has four tem­per­a­ture set­tings with a max­i­mum water tem­per­a­ture of up to 60 degrees Cel­sius. The num­ber of wash­ing pro­grams is 6 pieces, tak­ing into account express clean­ing and inten­sive wash­ing. Dry­ing con­den­sa­tion. There are indi­ca­tors for the pres­ence of salt and rinse aid, a clean water sen­sor, as well as admis­sion to the use of com­bined 3 in 1 prod­ucts. A clas­sic draw­back of the mod­el can be called sys­tem­at­ic shut­downs with emer­gency water drain­ing. This is a design mis­cal­cu­la­tion, which can be elim­i­nat­ed by an ordi­nary shake-up of the machine. With what is con­nect­ed — it is bet­ter to find out from the deal­er.

Advantages

  • capac­i­ty (six sets);
  • the pres­ence of elec­tron­ic con­trol and a con­ve­nient dis­play;
  • six oper­at­ing modes;
  • the pres­ence of rinse aid and salt sen­sors, as well as a clean water sen­sor.

Flaws

  • spon­ta­neous emer­gency oper­a­tion.


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