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  • Premier Icon Tiger6791
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    Candy are good

    Premier Icon cloudnine
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    Ikea ones.. nice and quiet plus 3 year warranty

    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.

    vorlich
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    Our Zanussi countertop is into it’s 7th problem free year.

    chojin
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    At the other end of the scale, our Beko does exactly what it sad on the tin – it’s been good for 3 years so far and was dirt cheap.

    Premier Icon wool
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    After 7 years faultless service are candy has given up and now we need to buy a new one. Any recommendations ?
    I am sure that the Singletrack hive mind will provide an answer of sorts…..

    The Beko ones are actually quite good, especially for the money. If spending more head to Bosch. I’d avaoid most things Italian (Electolux, Zannusi, Hotpoint etc.)

    smeg here about 5 yrs no problems so far

    cranberry
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    For a standard dishwasher – Bosch/Miele

    For a household < 3 people – look at a Fisher & Paykel double drawer dishwasher

    From reputation on burning houses down, I’d not let anything from Beko through the front door.

    I’ve fitted quite a lot of Fisher Paykel dishdrawers and whilst I like the concept, most customers reckon the font wash all that well.

    Premier Icon wool
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    Cool it looks like a Bosch then cheers every one

    wrightyson
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    One more for team Bosch!

    drlex
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    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.

    Bosch. Thread closed.

    alpin
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    either Miele or Siemanns….

    our Siemanns is four years old (bought it 18 months ago for 150€, new was over 700€) and is super quiet, has a myriad of options and does a good job.

    as an aside… how do people live without one?

    plop_pants
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    bish, bash, …..

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    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.

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