This machine is very quiet, and looks nice. It has an easy to operate control panel, boasts a useful spray arm to aid in cleaning, and has a nice eco-mode to save water. Setup and installation are quick, and instructions are straightforward.
The interior dimensions of the dishwasher and the rack are limiting, so standard sized plates may not fit.
Multiple settings make it very versatile. It's compact, lightweight, and easy to install – simply connect to faucet and plug into outlet. Energy efficient and an excellent choice for those looking to be as eco-friendly as possible.
Instructions are somewhat confusing, so it may take some extra time learning how to use this machine.
The digital screen is a nice touch, and the stainless steel interior is part of a design that's long-lasting and durable. It's a very good size, and fits nicely on most countertops. When running, the water is highly pressurized, so it cleans well.
Attachment parts aren't compatible with every faucet, making the machine hard to install and prone to leaks.
A simple and quick setup makes the machine easy to install and use. It's got a sturdy but sleek design that fits well in small kitchen and apartment spaces, and it remains relatively quiet when in use.
Over time, many users complain of soap pods not fully dissolving, and dishes not being fully cleaned.
Has a durable stainless steel interior, and boasts useful features like a delayed start and automatic detergent and rinse agent dispensers. Comes with a universal adapter for connecting it to a sink faucet.
Some users desired more interior room for their dishes. May need an additional adaptor to fit modern faucet heads.
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