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Bosch 800 Series Built In Dishwasher
- Stainless Steel Interior
- 6 Wash Cycles / 6 Wash Options
- 16 Place Settings / Flexible Third Rack
This dishwasher looks like royalty amongst dishwashers. In fact, we think the rest are its subjects. The Bosch 800 Series dishwasher is very elegant, and as it’s built-in, would make for a great feature added into your home. Whether you’re building from scratch or renovating, it’d be a great idea to incorporate one. This has a stainless steel interior as well, so it can stand up to rigorous washing without a problem.
Additionally, we thought it was also great that it came with 6 different wash cycles for us to pick from, as well as 6 wash options, further customizing it. It’s also quite spacious, with 16 place settings. The whisper-quiet operation also ensures you won’t even hear it, so if you’re entertaining and don’t want to be pestered by incessant humming, this would be golden. Very modern, high-tech and efficient, it’s definitely a great fit for any contemporary home.
Ivation Countertop Dishwasher
- CONVENIENT COUNTERTOP DISHWASHER – Dishwashing Unit Temporarily Connects to Sink Via Faucet Adapter to Deliver...
- AMAZING COMPACT DESIGN – Spacious Cavity Fits  Standard Place Settings for Apartment or Office; Includes Sliding...
- HEAVY DUTY PERFORMANCE – Durable Stainless Steel Interior, Spray Arm Deliver Many Years of Powerful, Dependable...
Though this one’s black, you can also opt for their other option, the white. Both look incredibly sleek, sophisticated, and would snugly fit on a kitchen countertop. It’ll cost you around $290, and includes a bunch of facilities that make it totally worth it. If you’re looking for a compact dishwasher that’s the height of convenience, then this one by Ivation could fit nicely. It also connects easily to the sink through a faucet adapter, so you don’t really need to dance about with it.
The compact size allows you to even use this in an office setting, not just home. It also comes with a sliding dish rack, cup shelf, and silverware basket, so everything will be well maintained. You can neatly segregate all of it so nothing breaks as well. The interior is made out of durable stainless steel, so we definitely think you can use this for a long time. Plus, it’s not complicated to use at all. It’s just a one-button touch functionality, and includes automatic detergent and rinse agent dispensers. We also really liked that you can pick your own wash setting from 6 different wash cycles.
This 24” dishwasher by Fisher Paykel is another very modern choice, and its double-drawer feature adds to its appeal. Aside from looking so fantastic, it’s also quite a powerful machine, with 15 different wash cycles to choose from. 15. There are also 14 place settings so there’s plenty of room, and it’s so incredibly efficient. We were pleasantly surprised to find so many different traits as well, such as the Energy Star Certification, DishDrawer™ Technology, and SmartDrive™ Wash, all which contribute to efficient washing, and energy consumption.
Additionally, this dishwasher gives you 2 cutlery baskets, so you’ve got plenty of room for all of it. And for homes with little children, it’s especially safe because of its integrated child lock, so you can have complete peace of mind. Again something that’s good for homes with babies or small kids, is that it’s very quiet. So quiet in fact, that you might forget it’s working in the first place. It costs around $1,300, but well, you can see why.
KitchenAid KDTM354DSS Architect Series II
- Stainless Steel Tall-Tub Interior W/ Nylon Rack
- 6 Wash Cycles / 7 Options
- 15 Place Settings W/ Adjustable Upper Rack
This KitchenAid dishwasher does not disappoint when it comes to performance and design. It features their ProFilter technology that will continually remove food particles from the water inside. That takes away the worry that your dishwasher will be spraying dirty water onto clean dishes, which is not uncommon with many dishwashers.
This dishwasher is flawlessly designed, with rounded edges and a protruding handlebar. It also has a forward-facing LCD screen that is straightforward and flush with its stainless steel door. The controls are hidden on top of the door, which can get annoying when you’re using it, but really helps design-wise.
Inside the dishwasher, there are a drain and filter at the bottom of the tub that looks unlike other dishwashers. There is a small detachable attachment that will trap large food particles. You may have to remove these occasionally if it gets too clogged.
This dishwasher has numerous cycles: Tough, ProWash, Light, Normal, Rinse Only, and Express Wash. There are additional options that allow you to customize the washing cycle even further, including a heated drying period and ProScrub, which will active high-intensity jets to get rid of tough stains.
This is one of the highest-performing dishwashers within its price range. If you’re loyal to the KitchenAid brand, this could be the right option for you.
EdgeStar 18″ Built-In Dishwasher
- This dishwasher can accommodate up to eight (8) place settings and features a silverware basket and cup tray
- Choose from six (6) wash cycles: heavy, normal, light, glass, speed, and rinse
- At only 18 inches wide, using this unit to replace an older appliance such as a trash compactor is a great option.
We say comparatively affordable because most dishwashers out there cost $500 and above usually, and this one’s $335. It also comes in a beautiful black, though the black costs more at around $410. It’s not supremely spacious or anything, but has 8 place settings which are enough for lots of washes or for small families to use. There’s a silverware basket included as well, along with a cup tray.
There are also 6 wash cycles integrated, heavy, normal, light, glass, speed, and rinse. You can choose from each depending on which you want of course. Since it’s also smaller at 18”, it can fit into a smaller space so it’s more convenient. The light indicators also helpfully show you which cycle is on and uses buzzer sounds to alert you when it’s done with the entire cycle. Quite frankly, your part here is very minimal, other than actually buying it and putting the dishes in that is.
Koldfront Portable Countertop Dishwasher
- Six (6) standard place setting capacity / Includes dish rack, cup shelf, and cutlery basket
- Holds plates up to 10.5" in diameter / Six (6) wash cycles / Quick connect adapter for most kitchen faucets
- Stainless steel interior / Fits under most cabinetry / Water consumption (normal wash): 3.5 gallons
If you’re on the lookout for something basic and cost-efficient as well, you could opt for this portable dishwasher by Koldfront for around $250. The white variation is also available at around $260, so it’s just about $10 difference if you have a color preference. There are 6 standards place settings, which is normal for a countertop dishwasher, and comes with a dish rack, cup shelf, and also completing the set, a cutlery basket.
For further specifications, you can fit dishes that are up to 10.5” in diameter. You can also choose between 6 different wash cycles, and setting up is a breeze with the quick connect adapter that fits on most kitchen faucets. Plus, the stainless steel interior ensures durability and longevity, while the compact size allows you to even place it in a small cupboard. They even offer a full year’s warranty on parts.
SPT Countertop Dishwasher
- Durable stainless steel interior and spray arm; Tub Material : Plastic
- Dish rack and silverware basket; up to 6 standard place settings capacity
- User friendly controls; automatic detergent and rinse agent dispenser
Though this one’s silver, there’s also a white, and they’re both available at pretty much the same price. We think the silver looks quite sleek though. They’ve integrated a stainless steel interior, which we were very satisfied with, and it also conveniently comes with a dish rack and silverware basket. It also has a 6-place standard capacity, while its user-friendly controls make it really easy for anyone to use.
There’s an automatic detergent and rinse agent dispenser respectively, so it does all of the work for you. You’ll also find the faucet adapter included for quick setup. You don’t really need a handyman or anything for the job. We also like that there are 6 wash cycles, heavy, normal, light, glass, speed, soak, that makes dishwashing a very 21st-century experience.
BLACK+DECKER Portable Compact Countertop Dishwasher
- 6 Place Setting Capacity (Accommodates dinner plates up to 10")
- Delayed Start Option up to 24 hours
- LED Display with Electronic Touch Controls
Another affordable, compact dishwasher, this isn’t for large families but would do nicely for small homes. Black & Decker is a giant in the appliances industry, and they’ve built a solid reputation for themselves over the years. This dishwasher too is a work of art, and for around $250, a bargain. There are 6 place settings and can accommodate dishes up to 10” wide in diameter. You can even programme it to start when you’re not at home, thanks to its delayed start option of up to 24hours.
We also love how superior and sophisticated this looks with its LED lights and electronic touch controls. No smashing down buttons anymore. Operate this dishwasher with complete fluidity, and what’s more, there are 7 wash cycles to choose from: Intensive, Normal, Eco, Glass, 90 Minutes, Rapid & Soak. It also comes with a high-efficiency rating, whilst also being Energy Star certified for its economical energy consumption.
GE Stainless Steel Fully Integrated Dishwasher
This dishwasher is one with the largest capacity on our list, with the ability to host 16 place settings. Built with a stainless steel tall-tub interior, this one is definitely meant to withstand quite a few washes down the line. However, it does have significantly fewer wash cycles; 4 to be exact. On the other hand, it also has 10 wash options so it sort of balances out there.
What we also really liked about this is that it’s very convenient, since you can adjust the racks accordingly. The silverware tray is also removable if you wish. This too is energy efficient, though the cycle may take a bit longer on autosense which is its conservation mode. That said, it doesn’t impact the quality of the wash at all. It’s also super quiet when it runs. Thumbs-up from us.