With clever sensors inside to help get your dishes clean for as little money as possible, the Siemens SN25M831GB is excellent for reducing costs. It automatically adjusts things like water level, temperature and cycle length to match the size of your load, so if you’ve only half filled the machine, it’ll automatically use less energy and money. Excellent if you’re only washing up after small meals like breakfast or lunch.
The SN25M831GB comes with really handy features. The 24 hour delay timer lets you plan ahead. You can even set it to run at night when electricity is cheaper. And it only has a noise level of 46dB. That’s barley louder than a whisper – so if you have open plan living, you’ll hardly know it’s on.
You’ll be able to get 12 sets of plates, bowls, cutlery and glasses inside the machine at once – plenty of room for a larger household’s crockery. And thanks to the adjustable baskets, it’s easy to find space for things like baking trays and casserole dishes too. Even for full loads, this model will only use 12 litres of water to clean all your plates, making it extremely cheap to run. Especially compared to washing up by hand, which uses around 60 litres.
If you’ve prepared a big Sunday roast you won’t have to spend ages scrubbing or soaking the pans, as the intensive setting uses 70°C water to blast away any greasy, burnt on food. It’s much hotter than standard cycles, so it makes light work of your really grubby dishes.
To save time on your dishes too, the SN25M831GB comes with a 30 minute quick wash. It’s fantastic with your smaller loads. So if you’re just clearing up the bowls and plates from breakfast you’ll be able to get them clean and back in the cupboard before you head out to work in the morning.