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    Default Should i get a dishwasher?

    I have a fisher n pykel dishdrawer. I love having the two separate drawers as I can put one on while the other isn't full yet.

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    Default Should i get a dishwasher?

    I've never had one...I kinda feel like I'm missing out. But then again dishes are DH's 'portfolio' so I can't complain, I would rather iron 10 shirts than wash 1 pot so we are well matched

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    My parents and in laws dont have dishwashers and neither do most of my siblings or friends!

    Just had a look in my kitchen, its a tiny u shaped one. Dont even know if a dishwasher will fit. I hate my kitchen.

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    Default Should i get a dishwasher?

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnab739 View Post
    I have a fisher n pykel dishdrawer. I love having the two separate drawers as I can put one on while the other isn't full yet.
    ^^ this - I have one and LOVE it!

    I think it cost around $800-$1000 from memory.

    Ps: it's the same height, and depth as a standard dishwasher :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    You could buy one and if you don't like it... I'll happily take it off you

    But yes, always yes! Anything but a Bosch.
    Dear User, We're sorry to hear that you've had a bad experience with Bosch. Could you please email us at customerservice.au@bshg.com, with reference AEF1802, and we will look into how we can help. Thank you, Bosch Home Appliances.

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    Default Should i get a dishwasher?

    ^ lol ok spies everywhere :-0

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    Default Should i get a dishwasher?

    Oh I think it's kinda clever.

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    Yes!
    I moved into a house with a dishwasher a month ago, my first ever time having one. I used it four times before it broke it and I suffering withdrawals (so didn't take long for me to fall in love) at first I didn't think I would use it much (and I didn't) but those times I did use it it was a lifesaver. Having the option is fantastic.

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    Well sadly my kitchen is a tiny u shape and there doesnt seem to be any space for it. Dh says we can have one when we do a kitchen reno...which will be never

    Wow i am surprised about the bosch reply too!

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    Default Re: Should i get a dishwasher?

    No dishwasher?!?

    I don't comprehend. I understand each word on its own. But together? Doesn't make sense to me.

    Best things ever. Do it.

    Advice: lg have a bad reputation for always breaking. Harvey Norman had them but refused to sell us one for that reason. we ended up buying cheaper but better anyway from them because of that. And a friend of a friend who was a f & p retailer said the same thing.

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