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Portable Countertop Dishwasher with Digital Controls - EdgeStar


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  • Up to 4 place setting capacity
  • Easy-to-use digital controls
  • Stainless steel interior and spray arm for extended durability
  • Quick connect adapter included for most kitchen faucets
  • Warranty: 1 year parts, 90 days labor
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameEdgeStar
Model InfoDWP45ES
Item Weight59 pounds
Product Dimensions19.3 x 22.3 x 18.5 inches
Item model numberDWP45ES
Part Number DWP45ES
Colorstainless-steel
Control Console full_panel
Material Type Steel
  
Additional Information
ASINB000IF3VVM
Best Sellers Rank #5,498 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 pounds
Date First AvailableNovember 15, 2005
  
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Product Description

The EdgeStar Portable Countertop Dishwasher (model: DWP45ES) has the capacity to fit up to four standard place settings with the convenience of operating right on your countertop. This unit is designed to save more water than you would if you were to wash the dishes by hand and with no permanent installation. The EdgeStar DWP45ES also boasts more energy, uses and space than similar countertop dishwashers. At 17.1" high, the countertop dishwasher is low enough to fit under most cabinets, and the included quick connect faucet adapter makes hookup to almost any faucet simple. A five foot hose is included. In addition, the EdgeStar DWP45ES countertop portable dishwasher boasts full digital controls with delayed start, a stainless steel interior, a powerful spray arm, an included silverware basket, a rinse agent dispenser to minimize water spotting on dishes, an internal water heater with Saniwash option to heat water up to 158°F, and it accepts plates up to 18.9" in diameter! Energy Guide Specifications: Estimated Yearly Operating Cost of This Model (when used with an electric water heater): $22.00 Cost Range of Similar Models: $19.00 - $34.00 Estimated Yearly Electricity Use: 200 kWh/Year Estimated Yearly Operating Cost of This Model (when used with a natural gas water heater): $15.00

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Customer Reviews

It looks great and works very well too.
Anonymous
First, make sure nothing can fall down through the rack, because it'll block the rotating sprayer and the dishes won't get washed as well.
Nick Welch
I've had this dishwasher for about one year now and it's been quite a pleasure to own.
Dan S

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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful By SaraP on March 7, 2007
**UPDATE***
April 1, 2008
Still washing a year later!

**UPDATE***
March 23, 2007
Still incredibly happy with this machine. Have it on the stainless steel rolling cart that is the perfect size. A great solution to a small kitchen and a sink full of dishes!

I just got this dishwasher yesterday, so I will update this review if things go horribly wrong! Installation was easy -- the hard part was replacing my fancy kitchen faucet with a standard one to accommodate the attachment hose required (but that's a different story).

Within 15 minutes my friend and I had it up on my narrow counter (note that the legs of the machine are spaced at about 18" wide and 15" deep, and it's also a bit shy of the 19" depth stated in the specs), hoses tightened, faucet adaptor screwed in, and dishes loaded. I was able to fit in quite a bit of stuff -- but I doubt that my larger dinner plates will fit, since they are significantly oversized. But I usually just use my salad plates, as they are oversized as well.

With much excitement, I turned on the water and pressed the power button. And away it went! When it was done (maybe 40 minutes???) everything was clean except for the two coffee mugs that had been sitting with coffee for several days (ring of coffee that I had to wipe off). Oh, and there was a little chunk of salsa on the plate that had sat out overnight and dried. I wanted to test this little guy with some really dirty dishes. It passed. Oh, and there was no water leaking from any part of the machine, so apparently we did a good job of tightening the hoses. So after dinner and more dirty dishes, I ran it again before going to bed. So nice to not have a sink full of dirty dishes!

Overall, the machine is not tiny, but not huge.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Mary Clark on August 18, 2007
I hate doing dishes. Passionately. So much so that I have been searching rental ads, looking to move to a different house, specifically one that has a dishwashwer. Turns out a better investment was buying the EdgeStar portable dishwasher - purchased in a fit of frustration after using the last clean dish in the house. This little device is amazing. I can't believe how well it cleans even caked-on or sticky, etc. dishes. It also holds my large plates, wine glasses, smaller pots & pans... the only things I have to wash by hand anymore are cookie sheets and large pots/pans. I was able to install it myself, just screwed the attachment onto my sink faucet with no additional hardware needed. (You clip a second hose attachment on/off the screwed-in attachment when you need to use the faucet.) And it's so simple - just put in the soap, clip on the hoses, turn the machine on, turn the water on, and that's it.

Only drawbacks (but it still gets 5 stars because it works so well overall):
-Installation was a little confusing; I didn't think the directions were clear, and I ended up figuring it out by trial & error. I also had to use some electrical tape to wrap around the screw-in fixture to keep it from leaking at the connection to my faucet. Could be my old faucet hardware that is the problem.
-At first, my dishes came out spotty and/or filmy and not that clean. After the first couple washes, I was really disappointed. But then I switched detergents, and it made ALL the difference. Now my dishes come out crystal clear and squeaky clean. I recommend those little combo detergent/rinse agent packets - they work great for me.
-It's bigger and heavier than I expected (yes, I read the dimensions, but I have pretty poor visuospatial skills).
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Nichole Beaulieu on January 19, 2008
I've had it less than six month and the hose that connects to the sink fell apart. Problems include leaking and you constantly have to tighten the hoses in the back and put a towel on the floor. Besides being too small to fit standard 10" dinner plates, the rack that pulls out is awkward, with prongs that don't allow for normal dish layering, instead you can only fill it halfway skipping every other one. Not the best apartment purchase I made, unless I can get a replacement hose promptly from Edgestar, this week I'm going to invest happier in a half sized rolling floor model that might be $100 more, but able to fit *all plates*. Not to mention it's super heavy! We had to purchase a stand because it doesn't fit between the counter and cabinets so it's a constant eyesore right in front of the sink.

-- update. it's now been two weeks since i've emailed edgestar several times about purchasing a replacement hose. i've received no response. my best advice is to spend the extra $100 and get one of those larger floor moving models.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By M. Jones on December 3, 2006
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This item arived quickly, it was fairly simple to set up. But be carefull to tighten all hose connections even the ones that are pre conected to the faucet adapter they are not shipped tightened. Nice look a little noisy but its what you would expect from a compact. seems solid and does a good job of washing my dishes. My only complaint is my lack of confidence in the quality of the hook up hoses they seem a little light duty. I just make sure not to leave them preasured up after use. otherwise a nice overall unit.
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