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Table Top Dishwasher or one i can put in a cupboard?

(9 Posts)
charliecat Sat 16-Jul-05 13:21:32

I HATE doing dishes. Can I get one that fits in a cupboard that I already have or would I need one to sit out on top...if thats the case then how does it plumb in and what is this likely to cost me..phew lots of questions!

charliecat Sat 16-Jul-05 19:24:08

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Micku5 Sat 16-Jul-05 19:36:43

Hi Charliecat, I remember seeing some in Currys a while ago, there may be something on their website. Hope that helps.

Janh Sat 16-Jul-05 19:40:30

Comet have 2, charliecat - the Bosch one isn't described as tabletop though (and look at the price ).

If your kitchen cupboards are standard 60cm you could either get a fullsize integrated one (expensive) or remove a cupboard completely and put a dishwasher in instead - needs to be next to sink ideally.

charliecat Sat 16-Jul-05 20:41:39

OMG need that right now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

charliecat Sat 16-Jul-05 20:43:54

so how much would this cost to get plumbed in\?

Janh Sat 16-Jul-05 21:04:10

I don't know if a worktop one has to be plumbed in or if you can just connect it to the tap - oh but you've have to stand over it then to turn it off, perhaps not...

I think if I were you I'd visit a Currys/Comet/wherever superstore, have a look at an actual machine and see what the handbook says. Or if you have a local shop with staff who know their stuff, ask them.

A full-size one would be almost as cheap (you can get a basic Bosch one for just over £200) but you would have to get a cupboard taken out and plumbing and wiring fixed - do you know a good reliable plumber and/or kitchen fitter?

charliecat Sat 16-Jul-05 21:21:18

i know neither thats whatsalways stopped me before my lasck of knowledge about the whole process...but i am so so so sick of dishes...

Janh Sat 16-Jul-05 21:30:56

Well ask everybody you know for recommendations and get a couple of quotes, then you've got a starting point.

They are brill, I hated it when mine broke down recently!

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