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Fisher and paykel double drawer dishwasher

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MuffinMcLay23 Mon 24-Nov-14 19:38:28

Does anyone have one of these and if so would you recommend it? Thanks in advance

SweepTheHalls Mon 24-Nov-14 19:39:56

My folks had one which they loved.

Eastwickwitch Mon 24-Nov-14 19:44:10

I really wanted one & came on here to ask.
I was told that they're unreliable & tricky to get serviced. Sorry.

MuffinMcLay23 Mon 24-Nov-14 19:48:24

Thanks for replies. Love the idea of having two compartments - other option is just to get two slimline dishwashers I suupose.

Azure Mon 24-Nov-14 20:04:39

We've had one for two years and it's worked perfectly. The two separate drawers work completely independently and we only use the top one for the majority of times. If we have lots of people around, we fill up one and turn it on, then start to fill up the second. We don't use the dishwasher for pots and pans usually; I suspect it's less versatile if you do as each drawer has less space than a conventional dishwasher. Very bulky items might just not fit in. I do love the top drawer though - no bending down, or pulling out those horrible wobbly racks. I really hate using traditional dishwashers now.

ZacharyQuack Mon 24-Nov-14 20:15:14

I've had one for eight years and I love it. I tend to remove the cutlery basket and fold the racks down on the bottom drawer to use it for pots and large items, and the top drawer is used for plates, glasses, cutlery etc. It fits an amazing amount in, more than a traditional dishwasher I feel.

Our hasn't broken so I can't comment on servicing. We have a traditional dishwasher at work, and I find it so annoying to use now!

MuffinMcLay23 Tue 25-Nov-14 19:28:19

Right that settles it I'm getting it. Thanks!

Eastwickwitch Tue 25-Nov-14 19:30:31

Did you know Muffin they also do integrated ones? envy

DarkBlueEyes Tue 25-Nov-14 19:36:17

I'm a kiwi and was raised on the they are awesome

DarkBlueEyes Tue 25-Nov-14 19:36:43

Err. Them! Really fabulous you won't regret it.

SilasGreenback Tue 25-Nov-14 19:45:02

I had one in my last kitchen and loved it. Will be having another one in the new kitchen when it get built.

They are maybe more sensitive than the average dishwasher - in that I did find you need to clean the drawers etc weekly to keep filters clear. But it's not hard or time consuming to do.

One of ours broke and I must say I had no problem getting it fixed.

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