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|Product Type: Portable/Countertop dishwasher||Energy Star Compliant: Yes|
|Finish: White||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Number of Cycles: 6||Maximum Wattage: 680 Watts (W)|
|Number of Place Settings: 6||Country of Manufacture: China|
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Patricia from NY– Verified Buyer
This Countertop dishwasher is compact and quiet. The quality is good and it is working great. Delivery was on time.
Get what you pay for
Michael from Ellwood City, PA– Verified Buyer
You get what you pay for. It is a portable unit, so don't expect it to work like a full size built in. It is the size of a microwave, so don't expect it to keep up with a family of 4 either. Household of 2, it works nice.
Adequateâ€¦ almost perfect
Michael from PA
As one of the prior reviews state, the unit has a tight vertical fit for my dinner plates, but adding another inch of room as felt needed, would make the unit too tall to fit on a traditional (18â€ countertop to wall cabinet) countertop.
Peter from Branchville, NJ– Verified Buyer
This is a good compromise between the space it takes up compared a full size unit. Tightly packaged and alot less then traditional portable units in the past.
Works Pretty Good!
sandie from United States– Verified Buyer
I'm surprised, but just like everyone else says it works great. It takes a while, like an hour or two, but it does fit a good amount of stuff and works really well.
Almost half a dishwasher.
Pamela from Hamilton, ON– Verified Buyer
If this product had an extra inch in interior height I would be giving it 4 stars. But even my modest dinner plates have to be aggressively slanted AND takes up the space of 2 plates to be washed. You would never likely get 6 place settings in here for this and other reasons. THe stacking areas for plates and bowls are enough narrower and closer together that it is difficult to place pieces and the drop-down rack to hold coffee cups means cups as in cups and saucers, not mugs. So by the time you put in a few glasses, a few mugs, a few plates leaning in to the centre and a few bowls, you are done.
Shauna-kaye from Astoria, NY– Verified Buyer
Inside was wet when I got it, which made me wary that it was junk that someone had sent bk. However, it worked great. So far so good.
Great Value for Price
Sarah from Fort Wayne, IN– Verified Buyer
Good value for price, good for a small kitchen. Fits a lot if you have thin plates and small dishes. My dishes are almost too big for it. Washes well. I do have to pre-rinse everything cause it won't remove stuck on food.
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