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    Default Recommend me a dishwasher!

    Give me recommendations for a dishwasher! What do you have and why do you love/hate it? My kitchen is 45yo& has no dishwasher. I want one!
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    I bought a freestanding Blanco 60cm dishwasher for our kitchen. It's quite large which I like - it means even a sink and bench full of dishes disappear in a load. It washes well and has 4 different wash settings. None of which take too long.

    If I happen to accidentally pack something I need - which happens more than it should - I can open it and retrieve the item and the cycle starts again where it was.

    I got it front seconds world online. Because of a damaged box it was only $500 instead of almost $1000.

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    We've got a Bosch and I love it. It's quick, quiet and cleans really well.


    Me 39 DF 35
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    Baby no 2 due Nov 13 - natural!!

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    I should add the main reason I bought it was because it was freestanding and could be moved. Our kitchen is all freestanding at the moment so I needed something that suited that and that would work when we finally built in our kitchen.

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    We got a Bosch, there's lots of diff t ones but we got the 42 decibel one. Love it

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    I have a Miele one. Very quiet and has a rack for your knives and forks not a basket.. So they are all separated. Was main reason for getting Miele plus they last a long long time.
    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMoon View Post
    We've got a Bosch and I love it. It's quick, quiet and cleans really well.


    Me 39 DF 35
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    Yep this.

    We have one of the European made Bosch models.
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    We got a top of the line fisher and paykel stainless one. It's cr*p. it's only 3 months old and the technician has already been out twice to fix it and now some of the fisher and paykel range are having a product recall. It's pretty noisy too and we always have to put it on a really long cycle or the finish power balls don't dissolve properly. Stay well clear of F&P

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    I have an Asko and I love it. Very very quiet and super efficient.


 

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