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Bosch SHX3AR75UC Ascenta 24" Stainless Steel Fully Integrated Dishwasher - Energy Star

by Bosch
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  • 6 Wash Cycles featuring 2 Options
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Technical Details
Brand NameBosch
Model InfoSHX3AR75UC
Item Weight70 pounds
Product Dimensions22.6 x 23.6 x 35.1 inches
Item model numberSHX3AR75UC
Part Number SHX3AR75UC
ColorStainless Steel
Control Console fully_integrated
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB0056IYZHK
Best Sellers Rank #1,979 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight74.2 pounds
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2011
  
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Product Description

50 dBA- Quietest in its classSaves up to 280 gallons of water each yearSelf-Latching Door Stays Put and LatchesDelicate Wash for Fine ChinaStainless Steel TallTub w/ *PP


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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Rob Monsipapa on August 23, 2012
I felt compeled to write a review after reading many of the reviews prior to buying this dishwasher. I was on the fence, but this model had the features I was looking for and thought I would try it. I had a almost new GE Profile that I should have loved. It was AWEFUL!!!! The dishes did not come out clean and I tried every product out there switching between gel and powder with no luck. After reading the reviews one of the complaints on this one was inside too small and spots. I used the rinse aide that came with the washer along with the tablets and my dishes sparkle. Yes, the inside is smaller, but what I found out is that because the inside racks are configured nice I can pack dishes in very easy. I could not line my dishes up before because they would not come out clean. I am very happy and have been using it for 3 weeks....
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By T Boyer on April 25, 2014
Pros:

-- So quiet you don't hear it even if you're in the same room. Having a Bosch is like getting another room in your house.
-- Cleaning is amazing if you use the right detergent for your water and your water isn't too hard. Finish Tabs work extremely well for us.
-- Efficiency is phenomenal. Uses extremely little water and electricity so over the life of the dishwasher it will save you a few bucks.

Cons:

-- You have to use good quality detergent. If your detergent is poor quality I think the problems are magnified in the Bosch because it uses so little water.
-- Racks are odd and take some getting used to. They have good features but I like American style racks better.
-- There is no dry cycle. So dishes (especially plastics) can be a little wet when you take them out. That, along with 2 hour cycles is the price you pay for ultra energy efficiency (the dishwasher only uses about $20 worth of electricity in a YEAR).

Everyone should know: If you want ultra-quiet, the price you pay will be long cycles because the dishwasher is running at lower water pressure. The faster the dishwasher, the louder it is going to be. So I suppose speed versus noise is the tradeoff you should be aware of when you buy the dishwasher. If you want quiet Bosch is a great choice. Though there are other good choices as well.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Al D on July 14, 2014
Make sure you get model number SHX3AR75UC or similar that has fold down tines on both the top and bottom racks. We’ve only had the Bosch for about two weeks, but the ability to convert the racks makes this machine perfect. Some reviewers have noted that the bottom rack was designed by a mad scientist; that the tines are too close together and go every which direction. Yes, some of them are closer together than your mother’s dishwasher, but not all and that’s good, especially when you use a lot of smaller plates and the two directional pattern allows more flexibility. Fold down tines on the bottom are a must because I don’t think dishwasher racks were ever laid out for skillets, because, well you wash them by hand, right? Not since Teflon stopped flaking off! So, you can lay a 10” – 12” skillet down in the bottom and still have room for plenty of plates.
The moderately priced Bosch models are Consumer Reports check rated for 2014 and don’t get sucked in to trading up. A few features that don’t make sense:
Adjustable top rack – mine doesn’t have it and it fits tall glasses and pitchers on the bottom.
Third rack for silverware – if you have household help or want to teach neatness to the kids get this option; otherwise who has the time to lay each piece in an individual slot.
Light shines on the floor when wash is done – this is a flaw with a lot of machines with hidden controls. There should be a small LED on the front indicating end of cycle.
Water softener – if you really have that problem, get a whole house unit.
Stainless steel bottom – not necessary and I don’t notice the bottom any how.
One gripe; programming was designed by the aforementioned mad scientist and the manual for the SHX3AR75UC and others according to web blogs is mis-stated.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Chubb on June 28, 2014
My relatively new (11 months old) Bosch dishwasher is so quiet that we never know when it is running, unless we are standing right next to it.
Our household consists of just two people so it takes a few days for us to have a full dishwasher load; therefore, I am in the habit of rinsing my dishes well before putting them in the dishwasher. I have only used the long wash cycle once or twice in all the time I've had the machine. The 30 minute short cycle is more than enough to get my dishes clean and I always use the Finish jet-dry rinse aid, because it makes the cycle 30 minutes instead of one hour. The cost of buying the "Finish" is well off-set by the savings in electricity, etc.
I would highly recommend this dishwasher to anyone who's kitchen is part of a large gathering area like mine is. When our family is at home I can run the dishwasher and we can all still talk and hear one another easily. We couldn't do this with my old GE dishwasher.
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53 of 68 people found the following review helpful By B. Sloane on September 18, 2012
PROS: Attractive exterior, quiet operation, gets dishes clean and very dry.

CONS: Holds fewer dishes than my old Kenmore Elite. No special holder for large utensils or odd-shaped items like thermal cup tops. No exterior light to indicate the drying cycle is done (there's an annoying series of beeps which can be disabled). An on-off switch and start switch both have to be pushed to begin a cycle, an unnecessary hassle. Design of the racks is very odd: the tines are at an angle, not straight up and down. I guess the designers wanted better dish contact with the hot water and soap, but it's nearly impossible to load cups and glassware. They simply refuse to fit securely.

Based on the high rating in Consumer Reports I expected a much better unit than this.

UPDATE: I've had the unit for 14 months. The soap dispenser won't stay closed, and the rinse aid dispenser leaks out the back so I have to keep refilling it all the time. VERY disappointing purchase. Next time I'll stick with Kenmore.
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