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Need dishwasher recommendations, but quickly!

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ChipmunkSundays Tue 21-Mar-17 13:13:03

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ChipmunkSundays Tue 21-Mar-17 13:15:05

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misscph1973 Tue 21-Mar-17 13:16:51

Zanussi/Bosch are good makes, the ones I had lasted years. I now have a cheap Beko, and it's fine.

SunnySomer Tue 21-Mar-17 13:18:16

We just got a Neff - about £450 I think. Really, really quiet. Eco cycle is about 3.5 hours, normal cycle about 2.45 hours. Tonnes of space and dishes so far always come out clean!

3boys3dogshelp Tue 21-Mar-17 13:22:07

We have a Miele after our beko died after 2 years- wouldn't recommend beko as our fridge freezer lasted 5 from them as well.
Miele is fab, only their cheapest freestanding model, but it's really quiet, loads of space and dishes are always clean. The cycles are about 2 hours though and unless I've missed it there isn't a faster one.

MrsPnut Tue 21-Mar-17 13:34:47

Bosch replaced our last one that we had for almost 2 years when it developed a fault with a brand new model. I'd recommend Bosch 😃

ChipmunkSundays Tue 21-Mar-17 13:34:51

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Jellybean85 Tue 21-Mar-17 13:42:11

I have a smeg one and it's fab!! Really quiet and looks lovely.
Think it was about £460

ExplodedCloud Tue 21-Mar-17 13:45:18

We have a Bosch Ecosilence

3boys3dogshelp Tue 21-Mar-17 13:45:20

Yes that's it.

ChipmunkSundays Tue 21-Mar-17 13:48:40

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FreeTibet Tue 21-Mar-17 13:50:30

I've had several Bosch and now I've got an AEG.

Even the cheapest Bosch is good. Make sure it's made in Germany as the Turkish built ones aren't as good. This was an old Mumsnet tip that someone gave me.

KoalaDownUnder Tue 21-Mar-17 13:52:26

I love my Bosch. ''Tis very, very quiet and super efficient. 😍

ExplodedCloud Tue 21-Mar-17 13:52:58

Our Bosch Ecosilence is a Logixx model ending in 32GB with a cutlery tray. It is really quiet

Spadequeen Tue 21-Mar-17 13:56:27

Don't recommend beko, ours has been useless and am looking to replace.

In the past I've used one with a cutlery tray, really like it and am looking for one of those now. Don't think we can stretch to Miele but will look at neff and Bosch.

mustiwearabra Tue 21-Mar-17 13:58:35

After a hellish experience with a Hotpoint that broke after only a few months, I would also say Bosch.

dementedpixie Tue 21-Mar-17 14:17:25

Bosch logixx with cutlery tray

dementedpixie Tue 21-Mar-17 14:19:46

Bosch logixx one has quick cycle and you can also shorten the longer cycles too e.g. Eco cycle is 2hr 20mins but can be halved using express wash button

3boys3dogshelp Tue 21-Mar-17 14:26:24

I didn't want a cutlery tray for the same reason but I really like it now I have it. Slightly more fiddly to load but easier to group knives together/forks together etc so miles easier to unload. Also cleans the cutlery better than the basket in my old one. It's a lot to pay half yourself and then lose the money when you move out and Bosch are a good make too.

OreoDream Tue 21-Mar-17 14:31:08

Bosch have been amazing every time for me.

MissRainbowBrite Tue 21-Mar-17 14:36:33

Bosch Logixx EcoSilence here too. It's been great so far, was bought to replace our last Bosch which lasted 12 years. Has a cutlery tray and you can vary the height on the top rack to suit.

TheDogsMother Tue 21-Mar-17 14:38:59

I second the Neff (recently purchased). I' also a cutlery tray convert as it saves so much space.

FreeTibet Tue 21-Mar-17 14:39:13

anotherBadAvatar Tue 21-Mar-17 14:44:35

Second the bosch. Just got a 3 drawer from JL (integrated). It was about £550 but so far worth it.

ChipmunkSundays Tue 21-Mar-17 14:50:44

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