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Miele Futura Classic Series G4205SS Dishwasher - Stainless Steel

by Miele
12 customer reviews

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  • Full Console Dishwasher
  • 6 Wash Programs
  • Cutlery Basket
  • AutoSensor
  • CleanAir Drying
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Technical Details
Brand NameMiele
Item Weight140 pounds
Part Number G4205SS
ColorStainless Steel
Control Console full_panel
  
Additional Information
ASINB0058RK2US
Best Sellers Rank #2,700 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight140 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 30, 2011
  
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Basket configuration: FlexiCare - Removable MultiComfort zone, fixed and foldable spikes and sectioned cup racks make loading your dishwasher quick and effortless. Cutlery Basket - Newly designed cutlery basket offers flexibility and organization for up to 13 utensil settings.Convenience - Double WaterProof System: Miele?s "connect and protect" dual-waterproof system automatically shuts off the water supply to the dishwasher in the event that a leak or blockage is detected. Q1 Acoustics - With new advancements in technology and a very progressive manufacturing process, Miele has done it again - producing the quietest range of dishwashers in its history! The Miele acoustics rating system ranks the quietness of each new dishwasher product on a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the quietest dishwasher available.Satisfaction Guarantee - With Miele, your total satisfaction is our top priority. If you are not completely convinced that your Miele is the quietest and best-cleaning dishwasher you have

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115 of 120 people found the following review helpful By Vanessa on April 28, 2013
I recently spent many, many hours over several weeks looking for a new dishwasher to replace our 50+-year-old Kitchenaid. After research online and visits to stores, I would settle on one model only to change my mind after reading more user reviews online. I chose and unchose 3 or 4 dishwashers this way. Of course, even good products have a small percent of negative user reviews online, and this wasn't why I decided against the various dishwashers. At the beginning of my search, I was focused on the question of which features I wanted (`integrated' controls or front facing, hard food disposer, etc.), but eventually I realized that, given today's generally shoddy production standards, the key issue for me was: how well built is the machine, how long will it last, how many repairs will it need? From everything I read, it became clear that many dishwashers on the market that have wonderful features, that are wonderfully quiet and energy efficient, and that perform well on tests by Consumer Reports, are in fact made with cheap parts that do not last (often sourced from around the world for the lowest possible cost). The dishwasher can seem great at first, but after a few years the parts wear out, the dishwasher is not as quiet as it used to be, and it starts to require costly repairs. KitchenAid dishwashers, for example, used to be well made--several decades ago--but no longer. The same seems to be true of Bosch.

I did not want to spend $1000 on a dishwasher only to have it start breaking down in a few years. At this point in my search I took another look at Miele.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Indranil S. on January 3, 2014
This entry-level dishwasher from Miele is a real gem. It is so quiet that the only way to make out it's running is by taking a look at the display panel. Cleaning quality is superior, and there are multiple settings to choose from. The clean touch stainess steel is really what it claims to be, i.e., it does not retain fingerprints, and wiping it with a moist cloth leaves it squeaky clean.
The biggest selling point of Miele appears to be their reliability. Even the dealer recommended not spending additional money to buy extended protection plan. His point was that unless there is a manufacturing defect (which would be covered by the 1 year warranty), these machines rarely break down within the coverage period of the extended warranty.
Note that this is a German product, and hence not as big inside as its American cousins. I do recommend buying the model with the cutlery tray. Not only the cutlery is cleaned very well (it has a spraying arm right below the cutlery tray), it also frees up additional space in the lower rack by not having to accomodate the cutlery basket. Totally worth the additional $100.
If you are ok with having the control panel on the front (which I actually like better than the controls being on the top of the door), you can't really go wrong with this dishwasher.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Arrr on April 10, 2015
This is the 3rd dishwasher I have had to purchase in the past 6 years and hopefully the last for a very long time. Since I have recently had so many dishwashers, let me compare them all:

1. A 90s era kitchenaid. Great capacity, mediocre cleaning. The control panel went, and repairs cost more than it was worth, so off to the dump it went. I didn't mind it while it worked.
2. Kitchenaid was replaced with a midrange Bosch. It seemed well built, but not the best at cleaning. I bought this right around the time that phosphates were removed from dishwasher detergent, so maybe that was due to the new formulations. It was a very rough machine-- once a month there would be a broken glass.
3. Moved to a new house that had an early 90s Bosch. Was on its last legs and had this irritating feature where once a load was finished it would keep beeping until you shut it off. This was quite obnoxious in the middle of the night, and would wake the kids up. Still, it was running at 15 years old which says something about the build quality. We replaced it when updating the kitchen.
4. Whirlpool Gold- Even though dishwashers share the same dimensions, it always seemed to me that the American brands could pack in more stuff than their European counterparts. This had good capacity, but turned out to be a lemon. It was by far the worst at washing dishes. In the 2.5 years I owned it, the dish rack broke 4 times, and even though I did repairs myself the parts weren't cheap. When the seal around the pump went, leaking water all over the kitchen and warping my wood floors, it had to go. I will never buy another Whirlpool or Kitchenaid (owned by whirlpool) again.
5. The Miele.
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25 of 33 people found the following review helpful By ONLYTHEBEST on February 24, 2012
These Dishwashers are above and beyond anything made here in the U.S.A. Ours cleans very well EVERY time, and is so very quiet. Anything Else Is A Compromise, no joke....
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jackie on March 16, 2015
This by far is the worst dishwasher and the most expensive dishwasher we have ever purchased! We hate it. It doesn't clean anything properly and leaves the dirt all over the inside of the cups to be dried on. We put it on Pots and Pans even if it's a light load. We have had it all of one year and will be replacing it! We had a dishwasher that cost a 1/4 of the price and sold it with our home. It was 15yrs old and going strong.
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