Operates at just 47 decibels, making it the quietest dishwasher featured here. Fits up to 15 place settings and features soil sensors and sani rinse options to maximize cleaning power. Utensil basket is in the door to free up room elsewhere.
Interior baskets are lower in quality than the rest of the unit.
Least expensive option here, but still holds up to 14 place settings. It's also not too loud at 55 decibels. It remembers your previous settings so starting requires the simple touch of a button. Washes dishes very well.
Some users complained that this unit didn't dry dishes very well.
Features Adaptive technology, which uses sensors that choose ideal settings for washing and drying. Runs at 50 decibels and fits up to 12 place settings at a time. Most users found installation easy and reported that the unit cleaned dishes effectively.
Some reliability issues, particularly with the drying feature.
Controls are hidden for a polished look. Dishwasher is quiet at 51 decibels. Can hold 13 place settings and features a soil sensor that auto adjusts for super clean dishes. Has a heavy-duty clean cycle for gnarly messes and a high-temp cycle for sanitizing.
Wash cycles take a while and stuck on food doesn't always come off even with the heavy clean cycle.
The smaller size still fits eight place settings. Dishwasher has a heavy-cycle for super dirty dishes and features a delay-start for convenience. The utensil basket can be taken apart to maximize loading space inside the dishwasher.
Heated dry option must be manually selected each time you run the dishwasher. At 57 decibels, it's the loudest on this list.
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