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New - Koldfront 6 Place Setting Countertop Dishwasher - White by Koldfront

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  • Six (6) wash cycles / Includes dish rack, cup shelf, and cutlery basket
  • Six (6) standard place setting capacity / Stainless steel interior / Holds plates up to 10.5" in diameter
  • Power: 1160 W/10.7 A / Input voltage: 120 V/60 Hz / 5 foot hose included
  • Wash cycles: Heavy, normal, light, glass, speed and soak / Fits under most cabinetry
  • Warranty: 1 year parts; 90 days labor / Dimensions: 17-3/16" H x 21-11/16" W x 19-11/16" D
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Brand NameKoldfront
Model InfoPDW60EW
Item model numberPDW60EW
Part Number PDW60EW
  
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ASINB0075WD1ZC
Best Sellers Rank #434 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 Koldfront 6 Place Setting Countertop Dishwasher in White (PDW60EW). 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 Koldfront portable dishwasher has six wash cycles and is optimized for holding up to six place settings - with a cutlery basket and cup shelf for organization. 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. 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. * Compact Countertop Design: Optimized for holding up to six place settings, this compact countertop dishwasher has a low profile that fits comfortably under most cabinetry without permanent installation required * Energy Efficient: Consuming 61% less energy than similar models, this compact dishwasher conserves water and uses only 200 kilowatt hours per year - saving you on water and energy bills * High-Heat Dishwashing: An internal water heater boosts this Koldfront unit's water temperature to up to 149°F - with a stainless steel interior and heavy wash cycle to ensure spotlessly clean dishes with every wash

Customer Reviews

Very happy with how the unit cleans.
Uncle Monkey
We have this set of ikea plates and since getting the washer tend to use the smaller size, versus the larger plates, since its so much easier to load.
RooMonkeyDoo
So long as it lasts awhile its worth the money spent.
jmw

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61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By RooMonkeyDoo on January 17, 2013
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Never again. This was what I said after having 8 people over to my house for enchiladas one night, having used just about every single dish, pan, and utensil in my kitchen. The week following the party I let them sit in the sink and collect a mixture of questionable colors and smells before I broke down for a 2 hour hand-washing session on Saturday morning.

This just can't be. I had to find a solution to avoid housework and automate this in my tiny appliance-less San Francisco kitchen, and this one came in the form of the Koldfront Portable Countertop Dishwasher.

Now I'll start the review of how and why we ended up with this. I first began my search process on craigslist and found a number of way over-priced used options. After doing my reviews online (mostly amazon), I decided that the best option was this one after reading many reviews and it has a solid 5/5 stars which is a great place to start. I soon discovered that there is another brand that is basically the exact same to this one, called "Edgestar 6" which is the slightly more upscale model as it has a LED screen on the unit. We didn't think we needed this, and in our current 4 months of use with the Koldfront one we have never once changed the setting to anything besides "normal" so that's up to you to decide if it's worth paying more for.

To start, most of the used versions were going for around $100-$150 on craigslist and this new one we got was $189- thus making the purchase totally worth buying new for us. There is a shipping charge (something Prime-ers are averse to), but the overall price made sense and it was worth the wait.

Compact Appliance is a pretty cool site that also sells these washers, and has a video review, but we ended buying on Amazon since it (was) tax free.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Francis2901 on September 2, 2012
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This dishwasher is great if you have a small apartment or a small kitchen/counter space. If loaded correctly, all the dishes come out clean. It does its job as described. It comes with all the hook-up's to your faucet and exta long hoses. My only dislike is the electrical cord is not as long as the water/discharge hoses. Other than that, it is a great product.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Will Grant on September 22, 2013
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I have run about 2-3 loads through this dishwasher every day since purchasing it a few weeks ago. Probably about the best money I have ever spent on a home related good. Ultimately I made it only 2 years in apartment living before caving to get this. The first was my senior year of college, and the second was last year. I grew up always having a dishwasher so to not have one was painful. I also find an almost bizarrely enormous sense of satisfaction loading up this little dishwasher, squirting a little Cascade gel in, and running it. It has taken me these few weeks to get loading it figured out correctly. I have found that bowls (larger ones anyways) really only fit well standing upright in the section designed for plates, so it's kindof a bowls load or a plates load type of deal. And when you need to wash some 'tupperware' type plastic containers, fuhgedaboudit. Those either go in 1 or 2 pieces with lids amongst a load of other more orderly items, or just scattered about on their own.

Seriously though, the amount of silverware my wife and I go through is almost insane. I'd say we rotate our entire 12-piece set about once every 2 to 3 days; not the big spoons of course though. Those only get used for soup. So when I think back to doing that all manually, it makes my hands feel clammy and dry like they used to get after spending hours in that hot soapy water.

Now I get to listen to the little dishwasher that could wrshump --- wrshump --- wrshump in an oh-so-relaxing cadence while I relax and ponder how the 3.8 gallons (much less than I would have used manually) and .31 kWh will only cost me a few pennies. Isn't technology marvelous?

My parents own a Bosch 800 series washer. Yes those are so dang quiet that you can barely hear it run.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By reddevil on October 28, 2012
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I had no expectations for this dishwasher I just needed something affordable but this product turn out to be great. Better than expected. 5 stars from me.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jon on October 14, 2012
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I wasn't sure what to expect but I am very pleased with this unit. Not a fan of doing dishes by hand but don't have that many over the course of the week. This is perfect for my needs.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By jmw on September 26, 2012
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Its small. But for a couple people its nice. Honestly i can do them by hand quicker, but...this lets me be lazy and do something else while the dishes get done. The hoses are a bit annoying when you detach them and are not using the machine...but its not to bad. I suggest keeping a bath towel handy the first time you use it because you'll probably misjudge the ammount of water remaining in the hose after a cycle. It would be nice if it had a timer display, but again thats easy to deal with. Use your phone or the stove timer. It is quiet too. Surprisingly so. Makes a bit of noise when it unloads water back into the sink but thats it. So long as it lasts awhile its worth the money spent. Finding a table to put it on was a pain, everything was just a few inches to small. So good luck finding a place to put it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CaliMom on May 9, 2014
We bought this dishwasher thinking it would be a great solution to the small kitchen in our 1920s house. It cleans the dishes OK, but it is so tiny that loading and unloading and fiddling with the faucet attachment is way more trouble than it's worth most of the time. The cycles also take forever to run, and it won't fit standard size dinner plates. So we hardly ever use it.

There is also a major design flaw in the motion of opening the door puts so much pressure on the plastic covering that after a just a few months of infrequent use, a crack appeared right over the hinge and gradually spread all the way across the front. Overall it seems to have very cheap and shoddy construction.

Btw I called the manufacturer and was told they could send me a new plastic cover for $80 (1/3 the cost of the machine just for a flat piece of plastic). He was also really rather rude and insisted this was not a defect but "normal wear and tear." And, I guess if you consider an appliance a disposable item that you throw away after a few months use, then I suppose falling apart could be construed as "normal wear and tear."

Bottom line: don't waste your money. Wash your dishes by hand or buy from a more trustworthy manufacturer.
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