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Help! Is Smeg dishwasher in stainless steel any good?

(7 Posts)
Busybee1234 Sun 18-Jan-15 08:58:35

After a huge amount of research I ordered this Smeg stainless steel dishwasher but now I read online reviews that say Smeg is rubbish in general. Does anyone have this specific Smeg dishwasher? Feel like cancelling my order now. sad

Missingsleepandthecat Sun 18-Jan-15 12:48:51

DS2 has a white basic Smeg dishwasher, so far its been good touch wood
but its not old enough to judge on reliability, sadly! sorry OP

Whooshtheyweregone Sun 18-Jan-15 12:53:00

No don't have that specific one but have a different model as well as a Smeg fridge, oven and hob. I can confirm that Smeg are crap and would never buy anything made by them. Sorry if not what you want to hear.

KnightswhosayNi Sun 18-Jan-15 13:03:00

Hi Busy, I have this Smeg dishwasher - purchased 6 months ago.

No problems with it at all. It runs smoothly and cleans and drys effectively. Looks great too.

I always purchase appliances from a local small business who offer a really good after-care service for any issues. This is a great way of alleviating any worries about things going wrong smile

Busybee1234 Sun 18-Jan-15 15:10:50

Thank you everyone!
KnightswhosayNi I was wondering whether maybe the new model that you have is in a different league than the other smegs? How long have you had yours? It has excellent stats (being A+++ and it uses very little water to clean which we really liked). But now I'm worried and I think we're going to rather go for a Bosch which is a known brand to me. sad sad It is not as pretty though. sad sad None of the small businesses around here stock or sell Smeg. sad

Missingsleepandthecat Sun 18-Jan-15 16:24:32

DS2 got his Smeg from, and they do a stainless steel one like it too, its 6 months old and he's had no problems with it

Busybee1234 Tue 20-Jan-15 16:37:09

Thank you! I think for peace of mind I'm going to go for a Bosch instead. Pity Smeg doesn't seem to have a very good track record. sad

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