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    Love our Bosch, it has a quick 45 min cycle that I find handy. Washes really well too.

    We had a westinghouse before this one and it was cr@p, noisey, didnt wash well - left everything feeling gritty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    I think Miele is the only one that will have cutlery like that. I think they own the idea last I heard so no other companies can have that feature
    Some of the Bosch models have the cutlery tray. I've got one going into my new kitchen and I can't wait! My mum has just had the equivalent freestanding Bosch with cutlery drawer installed (mine has drawer but is built under). She loves it and its so quiet compared to her previous one.

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    I have Bosch with the cutlery tray. I love it! It is so quiet and easy. Made me a Bosch convert I love it so much - so we got the Bosch oven and cook top. They are awesome too so we now have Bosch washer and dryer too!!

    Such a great brand!

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    Bump for the morning mums Bosch seems popular!

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    We have a F&P dishdrawer and we love it. We've had it for 7 years and only recently had to call a technician for what was a minor issue.

    The advantages are that you've always got space to put dirty dishes in unless you have a super big family dinner. You fill up one and run it then you've still got the other one to use. It's pretty quiet as well and makes cool beeping sounds when you press the buttons.

    The disadvantage is that you need to buy the loose powder (well, I do) because the tablets are designed for a full size dishwasher and obviously each dishwasher is only half size.

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    We have an omega freestanding. It has the rack up the top for the cutlery and you can adjust the height of the top basket so you can fit big stuff down the bottom. The majority of the plate holders down the bottom fold down which is awesome when I want to fill it with pots and mixing bowls. Can also wash each rack separately if you want.

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    We have an ariston and its been pretty good (we have had a blockage that DH was able to fix himself ).


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    I'm really happy with our Beko; it's like the home brand version of Bosch - still European made, but half the price. $399 in the end of financial year sales. Two year warranty, good after sales support. I absolutely freakin' *love* my post-dishwasher installation life, dunno how I used to fit handwashing dishes 3 x times per day in. Totally worth every cent.
    I wouldn't go with anything made in China, for any appliance really, and also have a google of the model before you buy- lots of people have reviews online these days.

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    We have the Miele XXL dishwasher. My brother has the same and it's great. You can fit tall glasses (wine glasses etc.) on the glass rack. It also has a cutlery tray rather than basket. It has a huge amount of other features. Definitely worth looking at.


 

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