- Dishwasher track world
Bosch. I had one. It was brilliant. Got rid of it when we had our kitchen done and got an Electrolux one. Its crap in comparison. It had a feature where you can just wash stuff on the top shelf to conserve water if you’ve only got a half load – though now i’ve got a family I can’t see that feature would be used much.Posted 4 years agodrlexMember
My thoughts & experiences echo Blazin-saddles; F&P a great concept, but in the six years that I had one, it had plenty go wrong and often flooded itself. The replacement one lasted one week; thanks to JLP for a hassle-free collection and full refund. Cheapest Beko I could find is now entering its fourth year of problem-free operation.Posted 4 years agohot_fiatSubscriber
Bosch / Siemens / Neff they’re all the same firm, all excellent, quiet and efficient. F&P or Miele if you’ve got two Nicolais cluttering up your Norman Foster designed shed.
Just make sure you can disable the “I’ve-finished-washing-your-stuff, it’s-now-2am-I-thought-you’d-like-to-know” beeping noise from hell that the Germans like to include for your convenience. Most Bosch have some sort of weird sequence of unlabelled button presses that shut them the &£@? up.Posted 4 years ago
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