|Item Weight||97 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.8 x 23.6 x 33.9 inches|
|Item model number||SHP65T55UC|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year warranty on parts and labor with additional coverage on select parts.|
Bosch SHP65T55UC 500 24" Stainless Steel Fully Integrated Dishwasher - Energy Star
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The dishwasher this replaced was a KitchenAid which was almost 20 years old. It was noisy and didn't do a great job of cleaning our dishes and glasses. Because it was noisy, a quiet dishwasher was one of the things that we were looking for and that led us to Bosch. This dishwasher is very quiet and even in a silent room it is usually hard to hear it. In fact it has a red light under the door that shines against the floor to tell you it is on. So 5 stars on the sound factor. This dishwasher does an excellent job of cleaning our dishes, silverware and glasses. Using Finish Dishwashing packets, it even removed some of the long existing deposits from glasses that I thought were permanently etched. It takes a lot longer to wash the dishes than our old dishwasher. A Normal cycle is 130 - 135 minutes. The Auto cycle is 105 - 135 minutes. Heavy is 110 - 135 minutes. There is an Express cycle which is 30 minutes. The water temperature is a factor in the cycle time and whether it's heavy or light. There are also Half Load, Delicate, Sanitize, Extra Shine and SpeedPerfect cycles. We generally use the Auto cycle. We will probably never use all these settings because the Auto works fine and quite frankly I haven't taken the time to go through all of these settings and figure out which does what. But there is a table in the manual which shows details for each.
The dishwasher doesn't have the grinder thingie like our old one did, to grind up and pass through bits of food residue. It has a filter system which consists of a coarse filter, a flat fine filter and a micro filter. The filters keep large foreign objects in the rinsing water away from the pump. Foreign objects may occasionally block the filter so it needs to be checked every so often. There are instructions in the manual for cleaning the filter. We rinse our dishes to remove any large bits of food anyway, because with three people we can go several days between washing other than when we have company. So this isn't a big factor for us.
The dishwasher finishes washing cycles with very hot water and the rinse agents you add facilitate in making the droplets run off so dishes dry naturally without hot air like the old dishwasher. It does mean that we have to leave the dishes in the dishwasher to give them time to dry. If we open it right after the cycle ends the dishes sometimes are still a little wet. I know this sounds counterintuitive since there is no moving air once the cycle stops, but if we wait an hour or so after the cycle, the dishes come out dry. If they didn't there is the option for setting the rinse temperature higher. We've had no problem so far. Everything has come out beautiful and spotless.
This dishwasher isn't the same width as the old one, it it's a fraction of an inch narrower. This leaves a slight gap on either side, but not enough to be a real factor.
I do notice that the inside is smaller. There is a third rack on top that can be removed for things like serving spoons and other items that are a couple inches tall. It can also be used for silverware. There is a silverware basket that I really like because it keeps the surfaces of the silverware exposed and keeps the pieces from touching each other. It can also be left open and used like our old one. But this system seems to work better. There is a wineglass stem holder on one side of the top each that is a godsend for keeping wine glasses upright and on an angle. It also folds back if you don't want to use it. A couple of the rows of tines also fold down to accommodate large or irregularly shaped items.
The one thing I don't like about this Bosch is that it's difficult to fit bowls in the racks because the tines are very close together. The bowls I'm talking about are cereal size bowls. We end up using more space because we have to lie some of them most of the way down in order to fit them in. A friend of mine passed on this dishwasher because of this. Her husband insisted on bringing a few of their dishes to the store to fit into the dishwashers they were looking at. This one didn't make the cut. We are making it work and because we don't use a huge amount of dishes, running it more often isn't a factor. When we have the first big gathering where we use a lot of bowls I may feel differently. I will try to post some photos so you can see.
So would we buy this dishwasher again? If you would have asked me the first week we have it I might have said no. But as we get used to using it I'm liking it more and more. It's a whole different animal from any previous dishwasher I have owned. It uses less water, and I think less electricity in spite of the longer cycle than our old one. And everything comes out sparkling. Sometimes new and different is a good thing.
The 3rd rack is highly useful if you have kids. Sippy cup pieces and kid utensils fit perfectly up there. It is also a great place for knives because you don't have to worry about cutting yourself on them reaching for a fork or spoon in the basket on the bottom.
It turns out the lack of a heater coil is a non issue. I use the sanitize function and the dishes come out hot and dry, so whatever Bosch does without a coil it works. The bottom rack is still a hassle with bowls, but we live with it. I don't knock a star off for this because I knew the bottom rack was like this before buying.
One feature we did not buy it for is its decibel level. Our old unit was loud and I never really cared because hey it's a dishwasher and it's going to make noise. The Bosch is so quite my wife and I had to get used to looking for the red LED light projected on the floor. We were constantly opening it while it was running. It is that quite.
We have had the unit for three months now and so far it has worked perfectly.
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