Pros: Easy to use, looks good, inexpensive
Cons: Noisy, lots of irritating design features
"Having always had a Hotpoint dishwasher, I made a special point of buying this product. How disappointing. It came with a fault - the Rinse Aid warning light is permanently on. This will need an on-site repair. The inside baskets are an unappealing dark grey and the bottom basket keeps coming off the runners which are situated on the drop down door. You have to be absolutely square on to the dishwasher before attempting to push/pull either of the upper or lower baskets. There is a lot of unusable space in the centre of the lower basket. This dishwasher is quite noisy for a modern appliance.
There are 5 programmes, which are generally all that most people would require and the Eco Wash cycle, although it takes a longer time, achieves good results. Ideal for if you choose to put the dishwasher on just before going to bed. I like the cutlery basket - you can use it with or without the individual slots. There is a separate cutlery tray for large utensils which sits on the top basket. It just gets in the way most of the time.
I am just thankful that this appliance didn't cost the earth. I suppose it bears out the old adage that "you get what you pay for"."
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