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EdgeStar 6 Place Setting Countertop Portable Dishwasher - Silver

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  • Digital control panel with LED display / Six (6) standard place setting capacity
  • Holds plates up to 10.5" in diameter / Six (6) wash cycles
  • Delayed start feature / Child lock function / Input voltage: 120 V/60 Hz
  • Fits under most cabinetry / Stainless steel interior / 5 foot hose included
  • Dimensions: 17-3/16" H x 21-11/16" W x 19-11/16" D
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Technical Details
Brand NameEdgeStar
Model InfoDWP61ES
Item model numberDWP61ES
Part Number DWP61ES
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Best Sellers Rank #311 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight50 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 10, 2011
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Wash up to six standard place settings on your countertop with the EdgeStar 6 Place Setting Countertop Dishwasher in Silver (DWP61ES). Standing just over 17 inches tall, this compact countertop dishwasher has a low profile that fits comfortably under most cabinetry without permanent installation required. The dishwasher uses only 200 kilowatt hours per year - approximately 61% less energy than similar countertop dishwashers. In addition to saving energy, this model wastes very little water, which can save you a lot of money on your water and energy bills. Extremely easy to operate, this EdgeStar dishwasher features an LED display with full digital controls including a child lock function, six wash cycle programs, and a delayed start feature so you can wash dishes when you want. A stainless steel interior makes the dishwasher look good no matter where it is, while a powerful spray arm ensures a deep and thorough wash of all your dishes. The built-in rinse agent dispenser helps to minimize water spotting on dishes, while an internal water heater and the heavy wash cycle eliminate germs and bacteria by boosting water temperature up to 149 degrees Fahrenheit. Optimized for holding up to six place settings, this compact dishwasher comes with a cutlery basket and cup shelf for added organization. With a quick connect faucet adapter and five-foot hose to make hook-up to almost any faucet simple, this dishwashing machine will be up to the job of cleaning those dirty dishes.

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61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Byron on September 26, 2013
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After living in tiny apartments in Hawaii for 5 years while I was a bachelor in the Navy, and having to hand wash all my dishes, I moved into a small house that didn't have a dishwasher and I said "No more!". If you have a habit of eating out because of the inconvenience of having to hand wash all your dishes, like any dishwasher, this will rather quickly wind up paying for itself several times over - granted, that could be said of any dishwasher. So, specifically about this one:

One of the things a lot of people criticize in the reviews here is that the shortest setting is 10 minutes for a freshwater rinse, or for a regular wash cycle you can use the 45 minute cycle - many seem to complain that there isn't a mid-length cycle in between these. Well, it's true that some dishwashers have one, but generally speaking, most don't and take somewhere between 30-60 minutes to wash a load. I think there is a tendency to think that because the unit is compact and does smaller loads, that it might inherently do them faster - I understand where this presumption comes from, but if you think about it, that really doesn't make sense and it's actually normal and acceptable that the unit takes just as long as any other basic model dishwasher for a full and proper wash cycle. I'm not trying to criticize people for wanting a shorter cycle, I'm just saying, for those of you considering buying a mini-dish washer, it would be wise to adjust your expectations accordingly - they're generally smaller, but that doesn't mean faster.

It does internally heat the water which really helps dissolve the soap and wash away greasy dishes. I haven't actually used the longer wash cycles (70 minutes, and 1hr 45 minutes I think?
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70 of 73 people found the following review helpful By kathleen e. quinn on January 6, 2013
I received this counter-top dishwasher for Christmas, on the same day I was to prepare a standing rib roast, 2 whole chickens, and country style ribs and all the fixings for 10 people. Needless to say, I put this dishwasher through its paces that night. Yes, I had to reload several times, but for once I could entertain while my dishes were being done. I also have to admit I shoved several dishes into the EdgeStar 6 which wasn't necessarily "recommended" by the manufacturer, but they came out sparkling.

I had a little issue with cloudy residue on my dishes which was easily remedied by cutting down my detergent in half (which makes sense, considering the machine itself is half the size of a conventional dishwasher). I had purchased a tub of Cascade complete pacs and found that if I cut them in half and saved the other half for the next washing, the dishes turned out perfectly.

On one occasion, my dishwasher leaked from behind at the hose connection. Now, before I do a load, I quickly check the hoses are securely tightened (super easy to do) and have not had a problem since.

Cleaning the interior, filters, and wash arm is effortless. The stainless steel interior does not hold odors and cleans easily as well.

This dishwasher is easy to connect and disconnect from the faucet, just remember to turn off the water before disconnecting. It is not as much a tragedy if this happens, but comedic...and you will probably never forget to turn off the water again.

The Edgestar 6 is not overly noisy. The only time it may be noticeable is when water is discharged into the sink. I take advantage of the water discharge by putting dirty dishes waiting for the next load that need to be rinsed under were the water discharges!
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122 of 131 people found the following review helpful By g on December 12, 2011
I have had an EdgeStar dishwasher for around 3.5 years now and I decided it was about time I wrote a review. Why? Because in all this time, this appliance has never given me any trouble and it still works perfectly. I honestly expected to have it for a short time as it's a compact appliance. I did not have much faith in it.

But after this long, I have to say it did surprise me. It still washes dishes quite perfectly. It works better when I remember to put the dry-in liquid in the back. And while it's true that I kind of clean them well before putting them in, it's probably mostly because I am a little OCD. So I haven't tried putting super dirty dishes yet and can't testify on that.

I must say it did work funny once, a couple of years ago, if I remember correctly the water didn't come down. But somehow it corrected itself (!) and this never happened again. Another thing is that you can't fit that much in, so if you have a family of 4-6 it's probably on the small side. For me and my current needs, it has the ideal size.

So, although my model is not the digital one, my guess is this one must be just as good. I highly recommend the EdgeStar dishwasher. It is much stronger and durable than I expected when I bought it in 2008.

March 10, 2015 update: Still working like a charm. And it's been 7 years since my purchase! I find it quite shocking to be honest :)
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By David1948 on March 4, 2012
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I have used this dish washer several times since purchasing it. The results have been excellent . I live by myself, so I do not have many dishes at a time. I bought the washer after my full size one broke down. This washer gets my dishes very clean, it is also quieter than my old washer. It uses very little water, and so far it has cleaned everything I have put in it. Excellent appliance.
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