23 best dishwashers — Rating 2022

When choos­ing a dish­wash­er, the first step is to decide on its type. If you are just equip­ping your kitchen, then choose a built-in dish­wash­er. Such a device can be hid­den in a kitchen set, hid­ing it from your own and pry­ing eyes. There are also par­tial­ly built-in dish­wash­ers — you can’t com­plete­ly close them with a fur­ni­ture set, at least the con­trol pan­el remains out­side. Well, the cheap­est are the usu­al stand-alone mod­els. It is rec­om­mend­ed to look in their direc­tion if you are not going to make large-scale repairs in the kitchen.

Most dif­fer­ent dish­wash­ers dif­fer from each oth­er in the num­ber of pro­grams. The most inex­pen­sive dish­wash­ers pro­vide only 4–5 modes of oper­a­tion, among which you are unlike­ly to find any­thing inter­est­ing. More advanced dish­wash­ers receive such atyp­i­cal pro­grams as:

  1. Auto­mat­ic or smart mode — the dish­wash­er scans the loaded things with the help of spe­cial sen­sors, after which it inde­pen­dent­ly choos­es how to wash them;

  2. High tem­per­a­ture mode — the water is heat­ed to a state of boil­ing water, as a result of which many path­o­gen­ic bac­te­ria and aller­gy-caus­ing par­ti­cles are destroyed;

  3. Clean­ing mode for thin glass and crys­tal — it is bet­ter not to put such things in an ordi­nary dish­wash­er, as there is a risk of dam­age;

  4. Short duty cycle - use­ful dur­ing a feast, when you need to wash the dish­es as quick­ly as pos­si­ble.

And these are just the first pro­grams that come to mind, which are not found in every dish­wash­er! How­ev­er, dif­fer­ent devices dif­fer not only in them. The dry­ing sys­tem cho­sen by the man­u­fac­tur­er may also dif­fer:

  1. Con­den­sa­tion — used in the most inex­pen­sive cars. In such appli­ances, the dish­es are dried nat­u­ral­ly — mois­ture con­dens­es on the walls of the dish­wash­er due to the fact that they have a low­er tem­per­a­ture. Sub­se­quent­ly, the con­den­sate flows out through a spe­cial hole. This method is good in that it does not con­sume elec­tric­i­ty and does not cause unnec­es­sary noise. The dis­ad­van­tage of such dry­ing is its dura­tion.

  2. Tur­bo dry­erIt is a blow­ing of dish­es with hot air, for which a built-in fan is used. With such dry­ing, there are no stains on glass­ware, and the process does not take very much time. But you will def­i­nite­ly notice the acti­va­tion of the tur­bo dry­er by the noise that has appeared, and the dish­wash­er at this moment con­tin­ues to con­sume elec­tric­i­ty.

  3. Zeo­lite dry­ing — used exclu­sive­ly in pre­mi­um devices. The dish­wash­er equipped with it has a spe­cial com­part­ment in which spe­cial min­er­als are placed — they absorb mois­ture, while releas­ing heat, which also speeds up the dry­ing process of dish­es.

  4. Dry­er with heat exchang­er involves the use of a catch­ment area. Dur­ing wash­ing, it col­lects heat, with the help of which the water intend­ed for the final rinse is heat­ed. At the end, the com­part­ment is filled with cold water, as a result of which the for­ma­tion of con­den­sate is accel­er­at­ed by about one and a half times. The most opti­mal way to dry dish­es, as a result of which there are no stains, no unnec­es­sary noise is pro­duced and ener­gy is saved.

You can look at the rest of its char­ac­ter­is­tics when choos­ing a dish­wash­er. For exam­ple, leak­age pro­tec­tion is impor­tant, which may be par­tial or com­plete. It also does­n’t hurt to eval­u­ate man­age­ment. In almost all cas­es, it is elec­tron­ic, but the method of imple­men­ta­tion is dif­fer­ent — some­where the user is wait­ing for nor­mal phys­i­cal but­tons, and some­where they are touch-sen­si­tive. Pay atten­tion to the water con­sump­tion — after all, you are buy­ing a device, includ­ing in order to save it. If the ques­tion of price is not worth it, then it is bet­ter to find a mod­el with an invert­er motor — it will be very qui­et. And if you use a two- or three-tar­iff elec­tric meter, then a delay start func­tion is a must! An impor­tant para­me­ter is the num­ber of bas­kets, because it depends on how many dish­es you can load, and which one.

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The best narrow (45 cm) freestanding dishwashers

Bosch Serie 6 SPS66TW11R

Rat­ing: 4.9

Bosch Serie 6 SPS66TW11R

A fair­ly expen­sive dish­wash­er, which is sold for 71–80 thou­sand rubles. Such a dish­wash­er could not do with­out the most mod­ern tech­nolo­gies. In par­tic­u­lar, its cre­ators man­aged to reduce water con­sump­tion to 9.5 liters per cycle. At the same time, 10 sets of dish­es can be washed in this way at once. A very good para­me­ter for a device whose width does not exceed 45 cm. Also, some­one will appre­ci­ate the weight of 46 kg — two adult men will not expe­ri­ence prob­lems installing the device.

This mod­el has at its dis­pos­al sev­er­al auto­mat­ic pro­grams. It can be used up to five tem­per­a­ture modes. There will be no prob­lems with clean­ing the glass­es — a spe­cial hold­er is allo­cat­ed for them. The water puri­ty sen­sor will allow the sys­tem to quick­ly under­stand that the process is com­plet­ed. There is also a delay timer here, which will be use­ful if you pay for elec­tric­i­ty at a reduced rate at night. Full pro­tec­tion against leaks, which excludes the pos­si­bil­i­ty of flood­ing neigh­bors, should also please.

Only dry­ing, which is con­den­sa­tion here, can slight­ly upset the buy­er. But it does­n’t use any elec­tric­i­ty at all. And it is unlike­ly that you will con­sid­er it a dis­as­ter that in nor­mal mode wash­ing and dry­ing dish­es take a total of 195 min­utes.

Advantages

  • Low noise lev­el;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • There are auto­mat­ic pro­grams and express mode;
  • There are no prob­lems with glass­ware;
  • Min­i­mum water con­sump­tion;
  • There is pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • There is a delay start timer and a night pro­gram;
  • Height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • Con­ve­nient elec­tron­ic con­trol.

Flaws

  • Sim­ple con­den­sa­tion dry­ing;
  • No half load mode;
  • High price.

See also: 6 best Siemens dish­wash­ers

Bosch Serie 2 SPS25FW10R

Rat­ing: 4.8

Bosch Serie 2 SPS25FW10R

A sig­nif­i­cant­ly less expen­sive dish­wash­er from the same Ger­man com­pa­ny. Its width is 45 cm, and the water con­sump­tion does not exceed 9.5 liters. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, the dish­wash­er turned out to be sig­nif­i­cant­ly nois­i­er. How­ev­er, if you are not in the kitchen, you are unlike­ly to hear it work. I am glad that the mod­el that got into our rat­ing received full pro­tec­tion against leaks — in the event of any break­down, the device will def­i­nite­ly not flood you and your neigh­bors. And there is also child pro­tec­tion — the child will not be able to acci­den­tal­ly turn on the machine.

The prod­uct is designed for wash­ing ten sets of dish­es. Man­age­ment — the most sim­pli­fied, there is not even a dis­play. Among the dif­fer­ent pro­grams, you can find eco­nom­i­cal and inten­sive modes — for light­ly and heav­i­ly soiled dish­es, respec­tive­ly. Of course, there is no auto­mat­ic pro­gram here, the econ­o­my did not allow the man­u­fac­tur­er to endow his cre­ation with the appro­pri­ate sen­sors. But on the oth­er hand, he sup­ple­ment­ed the device with a delayed start. As for dry­ing, it is con­den­sa­tion here.

Advantages

  • Low water con­sump­tion;
  • Weight does not exceed 41 kg;
  • Easy elec­tron­ic con­trol;
  • Low cost;
  • The bas­ket for ware is reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks is imple­ment­ed;
  • There is a delay start timer.

Flaws

  • No half load mode;
  • No auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • Rel­a­tive­ly high noise lev­el.

Electrolux ESF 9452 LOX

Rat­ing: 4.7

Electrolux ESF 9452 LOX

The Swedish com­pa­ny Elec­trolux is one of the largest man­u­fac­tur­ers of house­hold appli­ances. Its dish­wash­ers can be bought in almost any coun­try in the world. Appli­ances dis­trib­uted under the Swedish brand are often eco­nom­i­cal and ver­sa­tile. For exam­ple, ESF 9452 LOX cor­re­sponds to the A + ener­gy class, which not every rep­re­sen­ta­tive of our rat­ing can boast of. As for the water con­sump­tion, it does not exceed 10 liters, even if you load all 9 sets of dish­es into the machine. Not every­one will like only the noise lev­el, which reach­es quite decent 47 dB. But almost all dish­wash­ers have this draw­back, the cost of which is approx­i­mate­ly 30 thou­sand rubles.

This car dif­fers from analogs in auto­mat­i­cal­ly open­ing door. This pre­vents a strong for­ma­tion of con­den­sa­tion mois­ture, which would spoil the appear­ance of the dish­es. For con­trol, a sys­tem of sev­er­al keys is used here. In total, there are six pro­grams to choose from, includ­ing del­i­cate (for wash­ing glass­ware), inten­sive and eco­nom­i­cal. If nec­es­sary, the dura­tion of the process can be reduced by sig­nif­i­cant­ly increas­ing the tem­per­a­ture and pres­sure of the water.

Despite the afford­able price tag for many, the device received a water puri­ty sen­sor. Also, engi­neers have imple­ment­ed full pro­tec­tion against leaks. How­ev­er, it is unlike­ly that it will ever come in handy, since the devices of the Swedish giant are famous for their reli­a­bil­i­ty.

Advantages

  • There is a delay start (up to 24 hours);
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • The bas­ket for ware is reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Easy con­trol;
  • There are del­i­cate and inten­sive pro­grams;
  • Low water con­sump­tion;
  • Ener­gy effi­cien­cy class A+;
  • Not very high cost.

Flaws

  • The cas­ing is made of very thin met­al;
  • Flim­sy rollers guide bas­kets;
  • Rel­a­tive­ly high noise lev­el.

Hotpoint-Ariston LSFF 9H124 C

Rat­ing: 4.6

Hotpoint-Ariston LSFF 9H124 C

Anoth­er nar­row dish­wash­er in our rank­ing. You can buy it in Rus­sia for 33–34 thou­sand rubles. Some unusu­al tech­nolo­gies will not appear in such an inex­pen­sive device, but the prod­uct will still sur­prise you with some­thing. For exam­ple, the machine belongs to the ener­gy effi­cien­cy class A++. Also, the man­u­fac­tur­er tried to reduce the noise lev­el. Of course, 44 dB is still audi­ble when you are in the kitchen, but they no longer dis­tract from cook­ing and oth­er things. It is also impos­si­ble not to note the good capac­i­ty — you can wash 10 sets of dish­es at a time.

The dish­wash­er elec­tron­ics received 9 work pro­grams. Among them, one can note the night mode, in which the dura­tion of the process becomes longer, but the machine gen­er­al­ly stops mak­ing any sounds. Of course, this mode should be used in con­junc­tion with a delay start.

This mod­el received a water puri­ty sen­sor. Also, pro­tec­tion against leaks is imple­ment­ed here, albeit only par­tial. Some­one will also like the abil­i­ty to con­nect to hot water — not every dish­wash­er has it. In a word, this dish­wash­er def­i­nite­ly works out its mon­ey!

Advantages

  • High class of ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • Water con­sump­tion — only 9 liters;
  • Easy man­age­ment;
  • A large num­ber of pro­grams;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • Con­nec­tion to hot water is pos­si­ble;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • Built-in water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • Ade­quate cost.

Flaws

  • No pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • Only par­tial leak­age pro­tec­tion.

Also Read: 6 Best Bosch Dish­wash­ers

Gorenje GS52010S

Rat­ing: 4.5

Gorenje GS52010S

One of the cheap­est dish­wash­ers in our rank­ing. At the same time, the device from Goren­je sur­pass­es its com­peti­tors in some para­me­ters. In par­tic­u­lar, it con­sumes an extreme­ly small amount of elec­tric­i­ty. In this regard, he even received the cor­re­spond­ing class A ++. Of course, it also con­sumes a lit­tle water — only 9 liters per cycle. At the same time, 9 sets of dish­es are placed inside the device. Includ­ing this mod­el allows you to wash glass­es — the appro­pri­ate hold­er is includ­ed.

The need to reduce the width of the dish­wash­er still affect­ed its char­ac­ter­is­tics. In par­tic­u­lar, the device turned out to be quite noisy. How­ev­er, 49 dB is only felt when you are in the kitchen. It is unlike­ly that you will hear the dish­wash­er from anoth­er room. Some­one can add to the short­com­ings and the con­dens­ing type of dry­ing. But in such a nar­row dish­wash­er it is impos­si­ble to imple­ment anoth­er tech­nol­o­gy.

The num­ber of but­tons on the dash­board is kept to a min­i­mum. Engi­neers endowed their cre­ation with only five pro­grams. For­tu­nate­ly, among them you can find both an eco­nom­i­cal mode of oper­a­tion and a pre-soak mode. In a word, you can wash absolute­ly any dish­es with this mod­el. By the way, it is impos­si­ble not to appre­ci­ate the appear­ance of the device — you will def­i­nite­ly like the sil­ver case.

Advantages

  • Imple­ment­ed self-clean­ing fil­ters;
  • Cute design;
  • Very low cost;
  • Height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • Imple­ment­ed half load mode;
  • Min­i­mum water con­sump­tion;
  • Con­nec­tion to hot water is pos­si­ble;
  • High class of ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • Easy to learn con­trols.

Flaws

  • No water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • The noise lev­el can­not be called low;
  • The dis­play does not show the remain­ing time;
  • No pro­gram for frag­ile dish­es;
  • There is no delay timer.

Candy CDP 2L952X

Rat­ing: 4.4

Candy CDP 2L952 X

Anoth­er very inex­pen­sive dish­wash­er. And it is also made of sil­ver-col­ored met­al, thanks to which it stands out well from the rest of the kitchen appli­ances. Like many of its com­peti­tors, the dish­wash­er uses only 9 liters of water per cycle. Every­thing is in order with her and with pow­er con­sump­tion, although class A sig­nals that there are more eco­nom­i­cal instances. This device can wash 9 sets of dish­es at a time — for a device with a 45-cen­time­ter width, this is quite ade­quate capac­i­ty.

The device pro­vides 3 tem­per­a­ture modes and 5 pro­grams. This is enough for dish­es with any lev­el of soil­ing. How­ev­er, look­ing at the dash­board, one can­not help but admit that the engi­neers were sav­ing. The fact is that they did not endow their cre­ation with a regime for frag­ile dish­es. And they intro­duced only par­tial pro­tec­tion against leaks. There are no auto­mat­ic pro­grams here that would use a water puri­ty sen­sor — the oper­at­ing time of the device is tied to a timer. By the way, a start delay is avail­able here, which will please peo­ple who pay for elec­tric­i­ty at two or three tar­iffs.

It remains to be added that the dish­wash­er turned out to be quite noisy. Well, it dries in the tra­di­tion­al way — by col­lect­ing con­den­sate on its walls.

Advantages

  • Very low price;
  • Ade­quate water flow;
  • Easy to learn con­trol;
  • There is pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • The bas­ket for ware is reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Added start delay timer;
  • Nice appear­ance.

Flaws

  • Noise lev­el reach­es 52 dB;
  • Only par­tial leak­age pro­tec­tion;
  • No water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • No half load mode;
  • There is no set­ting for frag­ile dish­es.

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Bosch Serie 6 SMS 66MI00 R

Rat­ing: 4.9

Bosch Serie 6 SMS 66MI00 R

One of the most expen­sive dish­wash­ers in our rank­ing. If you decide to buy this mod­el, you will have to spend 90 thou­sand rubles. For this mon­ey you will receive an unusu­al out­ward­ly unit, the body of which is made of sil­ver met­al. Every­thing here is done in such a way that not every per­son would imme­di­ate­ly rec­og­nize a dish­wash­er in this device. Also, the Ger­man man­u­fac­tur­er tried to sim­pli­fy the man­age­ment, not for­get­ting about pro­tec­tion from chil­dren. It can also be praised for the use of a qui­et engine — the noise lev­el dur­ing oper­a­tion of this device does not exceed 44 dB, which can be con­sid­ered an ide­al result.

Despite the rather large size, in one cycle the device con­sumes only 9.5 liters of water. Odd­ly enough, this is enough to wash 14 sets of dish­es clean. The max­i­mum device con­sumes elec­tric­i­ty in the amount of 2400 W, and approx­i­mate­ly 1 kWh is con­sumed in one cycle. A lot, so this mod­el received the cor­re­spond­ing class A. How­ev­er, it was clear­ly not cre­at­ed for eco­nom­i­cal peo­ple. Her task is to wash the dish­es clean with­out fail, no mat­ter how dirty it may be. Of course, there is a half-load mode here, so you do not need to save up all 14 sets. There is also a del­i­cate pro­gram that helps wash a moun­tain of crys­tal.

In a word, this is an excel­lent dish­wash­er, which also has a spe­cial coat­ing — it does not leave fin­ger­prints. Of course, this mon­ster is able to react to the degree of pol­lu­tion on its own — for this pur­pose, it received a water puri­ty sen­sor. It would be strange to get a dish­wash­er with­out such a sen­sor for that kind of mon­ey.

Advantages

  • Unusu­al appear­ance;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • There are auto­mat­ic modes of oper­a­tion;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • Small water con­sump­tion;
  • Holds 14 sets;
  • Imple­ment­ed pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • Low noise lev­el;
  • Con­ve­nient height adjust­ment of the bas­ket for dish­es;
  • Don’t for­get the delay start.

Flaws

  • High price.

Asko D 5436W

Rat­ing: 4.8

Asko D 5436W

Most often, dish­wash­ers have a spe­cial pan­el on which but­tons, con­trols and a dis­play are locat­ed. This pan­el takes up space. If you get rid of it, then you can make the dish­wash­er more spa­cious, or add some more acces­sories. This is exact­ly what the cre­ators of Asko D 5436 W thought, mov­ing the con­trol pan­el direct­ly to the door. As a result, it seems that the dish com­part­ment here occu­pies the max­i­mum pos­si­ble area. How­ev­er, this did not affect the capac­i­ty in any way — the device is able to wash no more than 13 sets of dish­es at a time. But here there was a place for fans that blow the dish­es with hot air. This is how it is dried, which takes a few min­utes.

This is one of the most ener­gy effi­cient dish­wash­ers on our list. This mod­el has received an A+++ ener­gy effi­cien­cy class. Very nice. Espe­cial­ly when you con­sid­er that the cost of the device can­not be called too high — it is about 50 thou­sand rubles. As for the water con­sump­tion, it is no more than 10 liters.

Due to the spe­cial design, the device is able to heat water up to a tem­per­a­ture of 70 ° C. It should also be not­ed that there are a large num­ber of sen­sors. The machine inde­pen­dent­ly deter­mines not only the puri­ty of the water, but also its hard­ness, pour­ing after that the strict­ly required amount of clean­ing agent. The man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get about the delay start timer. Per­haps this mod­el is the clos­est to the ide­al.

Advantages

  • Noise lev­el — only 46 dB;
  • Belongs to the ener­gy class A+++;
  • Fast dry­ing dish­es;
  • The con­trol pan­el is locat­ed on the door;
  • There are auto­mat­ic pro­grams;
  • The machine itself deter­mines the hard­ness of the water;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • The height of the bas­kets is eas­i­ly adjustable.

Flaws

  • Water con­sump­tion reach­es 11 l;
  • Holds not the largest num­ber of sets of dish­es.

Bosch Serie 4 SMS44GI00R

Rat­ing: 4.8

Bosch Serie 4 SMS44GI00R

The dish­wash­er from the Ger­man com­pa­ny Bosch, belong­ing to the fourth series, has an opti­mal price tag. How­ev­er, even 43 thou­sand rubles. indi­cate that the man­u­fac­tur­er was sav­ing on some­thing. Here it is notice­able in the noise lev­el, reach­ing 48 dB. Also, some­one can con­fuse the inter­nal space, designed only for 12 sets of dish­es. Yes, and 4 pro­grams are very few, there is not enough mode for frag­ile dish­es. Final­ly, this dish­wash­er can­not be called eco­nom­i­cal — nei­ther in terms of ener­gy con­sump­tion, nor in terms of water con­sump­tion.

Do not think that this mod­el con­sists only of short­com­ings. The dish­wash­er received full pro­tec­tion against leaks, and its appear­ance should please every buy­er. To the place here and pro­tec­tion from chil­dren, when acti­vat­ed, the start of the dish­wash­er becomes pos­si­ble only after press­ing a cer­tain com­bi­na­tion of keys. The delay start timer is use­ful for those who pay for elec­tric­i­ty on a two- or three-tar­iff sys­tem. Well, this is a Bosch tech­nique — such a dish­wash­er will serve you, if not for­ev­er, then cer­tain­ly a whole decade or even longer.

Advantages

  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • There is a coat­ing that fights against fin­ger­prints;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • Child pro­tec­tion avail­able;
  • The delay start timer has not been for­got­ten;
  • Easy man­age­ment.

Flaws

  • No water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • Not a very large num­ber of pro­grams;
  • Water con­sump­tion reach­es 11.7 liters;
  • Suf­fi­cient­ly high pow­er con­sump­tion;
  • The noise lev­el is 48 dB.

Also Read: Top 7 Elec­trolux Dish­wash­ers

Hotpoint-Ariston HFO 3C23 WF

Rat­ing: 4.7

Hotpoint-Ariston HFO 3C23 WF

Anoth­er dish­wash­er, the dash­board of which is locat­ed on the open­ing door. The num­ber of all kinds of but­tons here is min­i­mized, so even an elder­ly per­son can deal with the func­tion­al­i­ty of the device. And there is also a seg­ment dis­play that dis­plays the time remain­ing until the end of the process.

This mod­el is sold in Rus­sia for 35–38 thou­sand rubles. This is quite inex­pen­sive, espe­cial­ly con­sid­er­ing that this is a full-size dish­wash­er. Odd­ly enough, in some respects this device sur­pass­es many more expen­sive com­peti­tors. For exam­ple, this dish­wash­er is by no means noisy. It also turned out to be extreme­ly ener­gy effi­cient — the experts assigned it the appro­pri­ate A ++ class. Good capac­i­ty should also please the buy­er — at one time the device can wash 14 sets of dish­es. And the num­ber of pro­grams here has been increased to nine! How­ev­er, in fact, half of the modes seem use­less. There is no water puri­ty sen­sor, so auto­mat­ic pro­grams will not work prop­er­ly. Against this back­ground, the absence of a half load mode also looks strange. As for dry­ing, it is imple­ment­ed here by the stan­dard con­den­sa­tion method.

Advantages

  • Low noise lev­el;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • The bas­ket for ware is reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • High class of ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • Easy to learn con­trols.

Flaws

  • Water con­sump­tion can­not be called the low­est;
  • No water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • There is no half load mode.

Indesit DFG 26B1 NX

Rat­ing: 4.6

Indesit DFG 26B1 NX

This free­stand­ing dish­wash­er comes at an even low­er price. At the same time, its width is also 60 cm. Such a device could not be roomy — the man­u­fac­tur­er claims that it can wash 13 sets of dish­es at a time. To solve this prob­lem, 6 pro­grams are designed. Among them, you can find a del­i­cate mode that will help wash crys­tal and glass­ware. The express mode is also not for­got­ten, which is nec­es­sary for wash­ing light­ly soiled dish­es — in it the entire cycle lasts less than an hour. Of course, there is also an inten­sive pro­gram here. And if the dish­es are com­plete­ly bad, then you can use the pre-soak mode.

Per­haps this is a good dish­wash­er, which has a sil­ver body and is not with­out flaws. It has a fair­ly high pow­er con­sump­tion, and leak­age pro­tec­tion here is only par­tial.

Advantages

  • Height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • A large num­ber of use­ful pro­grams;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • Good capac­i­ty;
  • Sim­ple con­trol;
  • Water con­sump­tion does not exceed 11 liters;
  • Not very high cost;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • Con­nec­tion to hot water is pos­si­ble.

Flaws

  • Only par­tial leak­age pro­tec­tion;
  • Pow­er con­sump­tion is not low;
  • The noise lev­el reach­es 49 dB.

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Bosch Serie 6 SPV66TD10R

Rat­ing: 4.9

Bosch Serie 6 SPV66TD10R

Our rat­ing includes a fair­ly large num­ber of dish­wash­ers from the Ger­man com­pa­ny Bosch. And there is a rea­son for this. Her devices are some­times amaz­ing. For exam­ple, a mod­el called Serie 6 SPV66TD10R has a very unusu­al design. The top pan­el with but­tons and dis­play opens here togeth­er with the door. The width of the dish­wash­er is only 44.8 cm. At the same time, there is plen­ty of free space inside — you can wash up to ten sets of dish­es at a time.

The device is child­proof. If you have at least one small child, you will need to press a spe­cial key com­bi­na­tion to turn on the machine. It is also impos­si­ble not to note the min­i­mum water con­sump­tion for such a device — it is 9.5 liters. The noise lev­el, which does not exceed 43 dB, should also please. But in terms of ener­gy con­sump­tion, this mod­el does not break records, in con­nec­tion with which it received the cor­re­spond­ing class A.

How­ev­er, talk­ing about this dish­wash­er, I don’t want to talk about the short­com­ings at all. And yes, there are very few of them. It can be seen that the man­u­fac­tur­er tried to cre­ate an ide­al device. He even imple­ment­ed inte­ri­or light­ing! There is also a water puri­ty sen­sor, thanks to which auto­mat­ic pro­grams work almost per­fect­ly. Dry­ing here is car­ried out by the con­den­sa­tion method.

Advantages

  • There is a delay start timer;
  • The time indi­ca­tion is dis­played on the floor;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • Not for­got­ten water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • Built-in inte­ri­or light­ing;
  • The bas­ket for ware is con­ve­nient­ly reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • Low noise lev­el;
  • Small water con­sump­tion;
  • Imple­ment­ed child pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • No half load mode;
  • High price;
  • The pow­er con­sump­tion is quite high.

Siemens iQ500 SR 655X10 TR

Rat­ing: 4.8

Siemens iQ500 SR 655X10 TR

Anoth­er dish­wash­er in our rat­ing, able to dis­play the remain­ing time on the floor. How­ev­er, here this func­tion is imple­ment­ed a lit­tle dif­fer­ent­ly. The remain­ing time must be judged not by num­bers, but by the size of the spot pro­duced by the beam. Oth­er­wise, this is a typ­i­cal built-in dish­wash­er, the but­tons and dis­play of which should be looked for on the inside of the door. The device is nar­row, so it can only accom­mo­date 10 sets of dish­es.

The prod­uct belongs to ener­gy class A. It con­sumes no more than 9.5 liters of water per cycle. The door here is quite thick, so the noise lev­el is reduced to a quite accept­able 44 dB. Anoth­er dish­wash­er is able to please with a min­i­mum weight, the pres­ence of a water puri­ty sen­sor and a delay start timer. Per­haps, this mod­el upsets only the lack of an auto­mat­ic check of water hard­ness. But the vast major­i­ty of dish­wash­ers that cur­rent­ly exist are deprived of this func­tion.

Advantages

  • Weight is only 32 kg;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Con­ve­nient bas­ket for dish­es, adjustable in height;
  • The indi­ca­tion of the remain­ing time is dis­played on the floor;
  • There is a water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • The delay start timer has not been for­got­ten;
  • A large num­ber of use­ful pro­grams;
  • Low water con­sump­tion;
  • There is pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • The but­tons are com­ple­ment­ed by a col­or dis­play.

Flaws

  • No half load mode;
  • Pow­er con­sump­tion could be low­er.

Flavia BI 45 KASKATA Light S

Rat­ing: 4.7

Flavia BI 45 KASKATA Light S

Anoth­er 45 cm dish­wash­er in our rat­ing, which is built-in. This house­hold appli­ance pleas­es with its cost, which does not exceed the psy­cho­log­i­cal mark of 30 thou­sand rubles. The device turned out to be very eco­nom­i­cal. This is evi­denced by at least the ener­gy class A ++. The man­u­fac­tur­er also man­aged to reduce water con­sump­tion. He achieved this, among oth­er things, due to the pres­ence of a puri­ty scan­ner — in auto­mat­ic pro­grams, it allows the machine to turn off as soon as pos­si­ble.

Dur­ing oper­a­tion, the device makes almost no noise. The immi­nent com­ple­tion of the process is sig­naled by a beam that is dis­played on the floor. Leaks are com­plete­ly exclud­ed here, which is also good news. The con­dens­ing method is used for dry­ing dish­es. The pres­ence of inte­ri­or light­ing is also nice — many much more expen­sive mod­els do not have this. It is gen­er­al­ly extreme­ly dif­fi­cult to find fault with this device — you don’t want to scold the dish­wash­er even for the absence of an auto­mat­ic water hard­ness set­ting.

Advantages

  • There is a water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks is imple­ment­ed;
  • Delay start timer not forgotten;Yes
  • glass hold­er;
  • Built-in inte­ri­or light­ing;
  • Con­ve­nient height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • The remain­ing time is dis­played on the floor;
  • All use­ful pro­grams are present;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • Low noise lev­el;
  • Low water con­sump­tion;
  • Low cost;
  • High class of ener­gy con­sump­tion.

Flaws

  • There is no child pro­tec­tion.

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Bosch Serie 2 SPV25DX00R

Rat­ing: 4.7

Bosch Serie 2 SPV25DX00R

Anoth­er built-in dish­wash­er, the cost of which does not exceed 30 thou­sand rubles. Its width is also approx­i­mate­ly 45 cm. It dif­fers from ana­logues in a great­ly reduced water con­sump­tion. Only 8.5 liters are spent on one cycle! This para­me­ter increas­es only if the dish­es are heav­i­ly soiled — then you can use the pre-soak mode, which also con­sumes a cer­tain amount of water. How­ev­er, much more often you will use the econ­o­my and express pro­grams.

In total at one time the device is capa­ble to wash nine sets of ware. This is quite enough for a fam­i­ly with two adults and one child. The device does not make much noise. When the process ends, con­den­sa­tion dry­ing begins. If you use elec­tric­i­ty on a two- or three-tar­iff sys­tem, then you should be pleased with the pres­ence of a delay start timer. The only thing that upsets here is the absence of any indi­ca­tion — only a sound sig­nal indi­cates the end of the process.

Advantages

  • Weight is only 30 kg;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • Height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • Includ­ed is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Min­i­mum water con­sump­tion;
  • There is child pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • No indi­ca­tion on the floor;
  • No half load mode;
  • There is no water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • Not the high­est ener­gy class.

Hotpoint-Ariston LSTF 9M117 C

Rat­ing: 4.6

Hotpoint-Ariston LSTF 9M117 C

One of the most inex­pen­sive built-in dish­wash­ers in our rank­ing. This mod­el has a sim­pli­fied con­trol pan­el, tra­di­tion­al­ly locat­ed on the inside of the door. The appli­ance is sharp­ened for clean­ing ten sets of dish­es. At the same time, he tries to con­sume a rel­a­tive­ly small amount of elec­tric­i­ty, due to which he was giv­en the cor­re­spond­ing class A +. Sav­ings forced the man­u­fac­tur­er to aban­don the intro­duc­tion of a laser beam that would dis­play the remain­ing oper­at­ing time on the floor. Instead, he used a sim­ple indi­ca­tor light. He did not intro­duce a water puri­ty sen­sor either.

This dish­wash­er has 9 pro­grams. Among them you can find all the most nec­es­sary modes of oper­a­tion, includ­ing eco­nom­i­cal, inten­sive and del­i­cate. Also, the man­u­fac­tur­er has not for­got­ten about those who pay for elec­tric­i­ty at a reduced rate at night by intro­duc­ing a delay start timer here. He did not save on pro­tec­tion against leaks. As for the water con­sump­tion, it is 9 liters per cycle.

Advantages

  • Very high class of ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • Easy to learn con­trols;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • All use­ful pro­grams are avail­able;
  • Low water con­sump­tion;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks is imple­ment­ed;
  • The bas­ket for ware is eas­i­ly reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • The hold­er for glass­es is not for­got­ten;
  • Low price.

Flaws

  • Noise lev­el reach­es 47 dB;
  • No water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • Not the most con­ve­nient indi­ca­tion.

Electrolux ESL 94200LO

Rat­ing: 4.5

Electrolux ESL 94200LO

Elec­trolux is a real giant pro­duc­ing a huge amount of home appli­ances. Many of its dish­wash­ers have one or anoth­er mod­ern tech­nol­o­gy, which is why the cost of appli­ances reach­es very high val­ues. But there are also bud­get devices. For exam­ple, you can buy a built-in dish­wash­er for only 19–20 thou­sand rubles. For this mon­ey you will receive a tra­di­tion­al device, the but­tons of which are placed on the top pan­el. There is no dis­play at all. This is a lit­tle embar­rass­ing — due to its absence, you will not be able to under­stand exact­ly when the wash­ing and dry­ing of dish­es will be com­plet­ed. A laser beam that dis­plays infor­ma­tion on the floor would help solve this prob­lem. But you under­stand that such tech­nol­o­gy could not be imple­ment­ed in an inex­pen­sive device.

This dish­wash­er is designed to work with nine place set­tings. The process turns out to be quite loud — at some points you will find a noise lev­el of 51 dB. Water con­sump­tion can be called mod­er­ate — it does not exceed 10 liters. As for pow­er con­sump­tion, the pow­er of the device is 2100 W — there are also less demand­ing mod­els.

The own­er of the dish­wash­er is pro­vid­ed with 5 pro­grams. Prob­a­bly, in our rat­ing, the most num­ber of devices has such a num­ber of them. There is no water puri­ty sen­sor here, so do not count on auto­mat­ic modes. There is also no half load mode — a use­ful, but not a fre­quent guest in dish­wash­ers.

The device received full pro­tec­tion against leaks. It will also please with a hold­er for glass­es, which is eas­i­ly placed in a height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es. In a word, this is a typ­i­cal inex­pen­sive dish­wash­er. How­ev­er, most peo­ple will be fine with its capa­bil­i­ties.

Advantages

  • The bas­ket for ware is reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Weight is 30.2 kg;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • Not very large water con­sump­tion;
  • The most sim­ple con­trol.

Flaws

  • There is no well-thought-out indi­ca­tion;
  • There is no water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • No half load mode;
  • High noise lev­el;
  • Pow­er con­sump­tion could be slight­ly less high;
  • There is no delay timer.

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Asko D 5546 XL

Rat­ing: 4.9

Asko D 5546 XL

One of the most capa­cious dish­wash­ers in our rat­ing. It’s hard to believe, but this appli­ance is able to wash 13–15 sets of dish­es at a time! This allows you to rec­om­mend such a pur­chase to a fam­i­ly with more than four peo­ple. It is also sur­pris­ing that only 11 liters of water are spent on clean­ing so many dish­es. You can also save elec­tric­i­ty — this is one of the few mod­els we have reviewed that belongs to the A +++ ener­gy class.

Such a device could not but receive pro­tec­tion from chil­dren. It also does not inter­fere with sleep — it is unlike­ly that you will hear the sounds made by this device. Includ­ing it is not real­ly audi­ble dur­ing dry­ing. And it’s here imple­ment­ed by blow­ing hot air. That is, the dish­wash­er includ­ed a fan.

The elec­tron­ic part of the device received 7 wash­ing pro­grams. Among them there is a very use­ful half-load mode. There is also an auto­mat­ic mode that focus­es on the read­ings of the water puri­ty sen­sor. The man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get about the delay start timer. But much more, the buy­er must love the method of indi­cat­ing the remain­ing time, imple­ment­ed here with the help of a beam on the floor.

Advantages

  • Large capac­i­ty;
  • Not very large water con­sump­tion;
  • High class of ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • Low noise lev­el;
  • Indi­ca­tion in the form of a beam on the floor;
  • There is pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • Built-in tur­bo dry­er;
  • There are all use­ful modes;
  • A water puri­ty sen­sor is used;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • There is inte­ri­or light­ing;
  • There are hold­ers for glass­es and knives;
  • The bas­ket for ware is reg­u­lat­ed on height.

Flaws

  • High price.

Electrolux ESL 98345 RO

Rat­ing: 4.8

Electrolux ESL 98345 RO

Anoth­er roomy and eco­nom­i­cal dish­wash­er. At one time, it is able to wash 15 sets of dish­es. For this, she will spend about 11 liters of water, which can­not be con­sid­ered an exor­bi­tant vol­ume. The machine is easy to open and close, and its dash­board is locat­ed on the inside of the door. How much longer the process will last is sig­naled by the time pro­ject­ed onto the floor.

The dish­wash­er turned out to be expen­sive, so it has almost every­thing you need. Only the auto­mat­ic water hard­ness test is miss­ing. But on the oth­er hand, the water puri­ty sen­sor is not for­got­ten, thanks to which auto­mat­ic pro­grams work with­out any com­plaints. In total, the elec­tron­ic part of the device offers 6 modes, among which are del­i­cate and eco­nom­i­cal pro­grams. With their help, you can wash frag­ile and light­ly soiled dish­es, respec­tive­ly. But the half-load mode is not here, which is slight­ly sur­pris­ing and dis­ap­point­ing.

Despite the rather high cost, the dish­wash­er uses a con­den­sa­tion dry­ing method. How­ev­er, most buy­ers are quite sat­is­fied with it. Much more impor­tant is the fact that the dish­wash­er received an A ++ ener­gy class. The machine con­sumes 0.95 kWh of elec­tric­i­ty per cycle. Also, this mod­el can not be called par­tic­u­lar­ly noisy. Although we will con­firm that there are even qui­eter devices in our rat­ing.

Oth­er­wise, this is a typ­i­cal dish­wash­er, the num­ber of flaws in which they tried to min­i­mize. The prod­uct comes with a hold­er for glass­es, and the bas­ket inside the dish­wash­er is con­ve­nient­ly adjustable in height. Per­haps the device is well worth the mon­ey that is asked for it.

Advantages

  • There is a delay start timer;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks is imple­ment­ed;
  • Not very large water con­sump­tion;
  • Low pow­er con­sump­tion;
  • There is a water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • The time indi­ca­tion is dis­played on the floor;
  • Height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Holds 15 place set­tings.

Flaws

  • No pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • No half load mode;
  • High price.

Gorenje GDV674X

Rat­ing: 4.8

Gorenje GDV674X

If you want to speed up the process of wash­ing dish­es, then you need a mod­el equipped with air­flow. In such a device, hot air blows onto the dish­es, as a result of which they dry almost instant­ly. The so-called tur­bo dry­er has a Goren­je GDV674X dish­wash­er. This mod­el is ful­ly built-in, and it can accom­mo­date 14 sets of dish­es inside.

Despite the pres­ence of a fan, the device turned out to be much more ener­gy effi­cient than many of its com­peti­tors. In one cycle, it spends only 0.83 kWh of elec­tric­i­ty, as a result of which the experts endowed the device with the cor­re­spond­ing A +++ class. Also, this mod­el is able to boast of noise­less­ness. Mea­sure­ments show that the noise lev­el does not exceed 42 dB. But even more sur­pris­ing is the water con­sump­tion, which is only 9 liters. I can’t even believe that such a vol­ume is enough to bring 14 sets of dish­es to a shine.

In total, the machine pro­vides 11 modes of oper­a­tion. The buy­er receives absolute­ly all the nec­es­sary pro­grams. It should be not­ed that automa­tion copes with its task almost per­fect­ly. It focus­es on the read­ings of the sen­sors for puri­ty and hard­ness of water, so any prob­lems are exclud­ed. The launch here can be delayed — this is good news for those who pay for elec­tric­i­ty at sev­er­al rates. Well, how soon the process will be com­plet­ed is sig­naled by a laser beam on the floor.

If there is an ide­al in the world of dish­wash­ers, then this is the Goren­je GDV674X. You can only com­plain about mere tri­fles, such as the mid­dle bas­ket that is not adjustable in height and the inabil­i­ty to fold the plate hold­ers locat­ed in it. How­ev­er, there are such short­com­ings in most dish­wash­ers, they have been erad­i­cat­ed only in even more expen­sive mod­els.

Advantages

  • Large capac­i­ty;
  • The high­est class of ener­gy con­sump­tion;
  • There is pro­tec­tion from chil­dren;
  • Min­i­mum water con­sump­tion;
  • Very low noise lev­el;
  • There is a tur­bo dry­er;
  • A large num­ber of pro­grams;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Con­ve­nient bas­ket for dish­es, adjustable in height;
  • An indi­ca­tor beam is dis­played on the floor;
  • The delay start timer has not been for­got­ten;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • The water puri­ty sen­sor is sup­ple­ment­ed by an auto­mat­ic hard­ness set­ting.

Flaws

  • Very high cost.

Bosch Serie 4 SMV 44KX00 R

Rat­ing: 4.7

Bosch Serie 4 SMV 44KX00 R

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, full-sized built-in dish­wash­ers are almost always more expen­sive than con­ven­tion­al free­stand­ing mod­els. Even far from the most eco­nom­i­cal Bosch Serie 4 SMV 44KX00 R is sold in our coun­try for an impres­sive 37–40 thou­sand rubles. It is real­ly bet­ter to for­get about sav­ing with its pur­chase. Many rep­re­sen­ta­tives of our rat­ing spend less than 11.7 liters of water. And in terms of pow­er con­sump­tion, there are bet­ter options. How­ev­er, many buy­ers do not care at all. They know that the prod­uct of the Ger­man man­u­fac­tur­er is unlike­ly to let them down. Such a dish­wash­er is not only durable, but also an ide­al solu­tion to the main task: the dish­es at the end of the process become as clean as pos­si­ble.

The machine has a good capac­i­ty — it is designed for 13 sets of dish­es. The dash­board here is installed on the inner sur­face of the door, in addi­tion, it is equipped with child pro­tec­tion. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, dur­ing oper­a­tion, the prod­uct is notice­ably noisy. How­ev­er, 48 dB is not the biggest para­me­ter, at least one of the mod­els reviewed today makes even more noise. And in any case, you def­i­nite­ly won’t hear the dish­wash­er if you are out­side the kitchen.

As you might guess, dry­ing here is con­den­sa­tion. How­ev­er, it does not take much time, and there are almost no stains on the dish­es. It’s nice that the man­u­fac­tur­er has been gen­er­ous with the water puri­ty sen­sor — with it, the wash­ing process will end at exact­ly the right moment. There is also an indi­ca­tion of the remain­ing time in the form of a laser beam that is dis­played on the floor.

Advantages

  • Includ­ed is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Height-adjustable bas­ket for dish­es;
  • There is an indi­ca­tor on the floor;
  • Added water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • Full pro­tec­tion against leaks;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • There is child pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • No half load mode;
  • Suf­fi­cient­ly large water con­sump­tion;
  • The noise lev­el reach­es 48 dB.

Indesit DIF 16T1 A

Rat­ing: 4.6

Indesit DIF 16T1 A

This full-size built-in dish­wash­er sells for 25 thou­sand rubles. With such a price tag, she could not help but get a num­ber of short­com­ings. For exam­ple, only par­tial leak­age pro­tec­tion is used here. There­fore, the risk of flood­ing neigh­bors in the event of any break­down remains. Some­one will attribute the water con­sump­tion, which is 11 liters, to the dis­ad­van­tages. Also, cer­tain claims can be made to the noise lev­el, reach­ing 49 dB. But the lack of a water puri­ty sen­sor should not be sur­pris­ing — when buy­ing an inex­pen­sive dish­wash­er, you need to be pre­pared for this. Of course, there is no auto­mat­ic deter­mi­na­tion of water hard­ness here.

6 pro­grams are hard­wired into the elec­tron­ic “brains” of the device. Among them, you can find the half-load mode, which is slight­ly sur­pris­ing. There are also modes for heav­i­ly and light­ly soiled dish­es, which dif­fer in the dura­tion of the process.

This mod­el is able to accom­mo­date 14 sets of dish­es, so it should suit even a fam­i­ly of four to five peo­ple. The dish­wash­er belongs to ener­gy class A. At the same time, it was not cre­at­ed for peo­ple liv­ing on a two- or three-tar­iff sys­tem, as evi­denced by the com­plete absence of a delayed start.

Advantages

  • Large capac­i­ty;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • The bas­ket for ware is reg­u­lat­ed on height;
  • Includ­ed is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • Low cost;
  • Almost all the most use­ful pro­grams are present.

Flaws

  • Not the low­est pow­er con­sump­tion;
  • Suf­fi­cient­ly high noise lev­el;
  • There is no water puri­ty sen­sor;
  • There is no delay timer.

Weissgauff BDW 6134 D

Rat­ing: 4.5

Weissgauff BDW 6134 D

The cheap­est built-in dish­wash­er in our rank­ing, if we talk about full-size mod­els. Its cost does not exceed 20 thou­sand rubles. We can say that it is afford­able for many Rus­sians. How­ev­er, water costs with it will not be reduced too much, since 12 liters are spent here in one cycle. Also, cer­tain claims can be made to ener­gy con­sump­tion — about 1.03 kWh is spent on each dish­wash­ing, which now cor­re­sponds to three to four rubles, depend­ing on the region of your res­i­dence. It also com­plies with ener­gy class A+.

The dish­wash­er has received pro­tec­tion against leaks. How­ev­er, the man­u­fac­tur­er is silent about whether it is full or par­tial. As in almost any oth­er dish­wash­er, elec­tron­ic con­trol is used here. It is very easy to deal with him. Among the but­tons, you can find a seg­ment dis­play show­ing how long it takes to com­plete each of the four pro­grams. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, there is no indi­ca­tor on the floor, so you won’t know exact­ly when the process will end. But if this upsets, then the half load mode pleas­es — with it you do not need to save dish­es for a long time. Also, among the avail­able pro­grams, del­i­cate and express modes should be dis­tin­guished. But inten­sive wash­ing is not pro­vid­ed here. If the dish­es are heav­i­ly soiled, it is pos­si­ble that they will have to be rinsed under the tap or washed again.

There is no water puri­ty sen­sor here, which is easy to guess. The capac­i­ty reach­es 14 sets, which will even impress some­one. I am glad that the noise lev­el does not exceed 44 dB. You can also note the con­ve­nient design — the height of the bas­ket for dish­es is adjust­ed with­out any prob­lems, and the com­plete hold­er for glass­es eas­i­ly finds its place. Not for­got­ten by the man­u­fac­tur­er and the delay start timer.

Advantages

  • Large capac­i­ty;
  • Low noise lev­el;
  • There is a half load mode;
  • There is a hold­er for glass­es;
  • There is a delayed start;
  • There is a delay start timer;
  • Very low cost.

Flaws

  • Decent water con­sump­tion;
  • No mode for heav­i­ly soiled dish­es;
  • There is no water puri­ty sen­sor.

Conclusion

Sur­pris­ing­ly, the range of dish­wash­ers is expand­ing every day. That is why our list turned out to be so volu­mi­nous. Such a vari­ety of exist­ing mod­els indi­cates that the well-being of the inhab­i­tants of Rus­sia is grad­u­al­ly improv­ing. More­over, we are start­ing to live in ever larg­er apart­ments and hous­es, because in some “small fam­i­ly” it is most often impos­si­ble to find a place to install a dish­wash­er. It remains only to rejoice.


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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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