|Item Weight||116.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26 x 17.7 x 36 inches|
|Item model number||DDW1899WP|
|Installation Type||free standing|
|Form Factor||Stand alone|
|Special Features||309745Stainless Steel TubEnergy Star Qualified|
|Control Console||full panel|
|Tray Type||Cutlery Tray|
|Connector Type||Water Line|
|Door Material Type||Steel|
|Included Components||Wheels, Stainless Steel Tub|
|Counter Depth||26 inches|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components|
Danby DDW1899WP 8 Place Setting Portable Dishwasher - White
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From the Manufacturer
This Danby Designer� 8 place setting dishwasher is a convenient and efficient addition to any home. At 18" wide this model takes up minimum space and the built-in castors allow it to be easily moved. Energy Star� rated and boasting a low-water consumption feature. Suitable for not only condos and apartments, this model even offers a built in soft water system for remote cottage locations.
Top Customer Reviews
Cleans well. I never expected a tiny model like this to clean as as well as some bigger models out there, but it does. I expected to have to pre-rinse everything that went in the machine. Most of the time I find I don't even have to do that to get a squeeky clean result. But it's recommended that you do pre-rinse. The wheels are plastic, but they roll easily. The hoses are designed to attach to your faucet so you can store this anywhere and just roll it to the sink when you want to use it. If you want to keep it in the same spot at all times, you better make that spot right next to your sink because the hoses are short. Maybe only 3 feet long. If like me you can't keep it next to your sink you have to roll it to your sink each time which hasn't been a problem for me. It comes with a 1 year warranty. The worst thing about this dishwasher is the accompanying manual which is the worst manual on a major appliance I've ever seen. It would not answer some of my most basic questions. I spent over an hour trying to figure out where a piece that came with the machine was supposed to go and finally resorted to posting photos of it online to see if anyone could tell me. (it was too late in the day to call Danby customer service). Most people that had dishwashers had no idea what the cone piece was for. Found out that it's actually a salt dispenser for the dishwashing salt (which I don't use anyway as my water really isn't that hard). Other things the manual doesn't mention: The Red button on the faucet attachment is to release water pressure so that when you add and remove the attachment you don't get sprayed with water. Also you can remove the metal faucet adapter and attach it to the faucet and leave it there. Your faucet will work same as always and then whenever you want to use the machine you can just pull the plastic ring on the white faucet attachment on the hose downward (exposing the metal dots) to attach it to the faucet adapter already on your sink. Easy Peasy. Before I realized this I was struggling to screw on the metal attachment while it was still connected to the hose as I didn't know there was a more appropriate way to do it. It makes me nervous when a manufacturing company doesn't take the time to write a decent manual for their product, but in the end all I cared about was that this thing cleans well and doesn't take much energy doing it. According to the papers it came with it only costs about 30 bucks a year to operate if you use it 3-4 times a week! My energy bill came with no unpleasant surprises. Since this isn't a small, cheap item, before buying I spoke (online) with 4 other owners of this model over a period of 2 weeks to see if they had any issues. One person said that their indicator lights didn't always work right,but all of the owners including him said they were still happy with their purchase 2-3 years later. I use the machine about 3-5 times a week. The strongest cycle takes 3 hours. I let it run right before I go to sleep and I wake in the morning to clean dishes. After contacting a few sellers decided to purchase from 'Today's Concept' because they responded to my questions in a timely manner and were very helpful and not all the sellers even bothered to respond to my questions. I know the sellers are always changing on Amazon, but I was happy with their service so I figured I might as well mention them. I would buy from them again.
The faucet adapter was bit of a challenge. I decided to add an inexpensive, single tap (hot) bathroom faucet to my kitchen sink in order to connect the dishwasher and still be able to use the kitchen sink faucet. The problem was that the adapter for the dishwasher fits a 13/16-27 thread and the one for the aerator on the faucet was a 3/4-27. Being unable to find any sort of matching coupling at the local building supply I simply soldered the adapter to a bath faucet aerator and the problem was solved. Be aware that coupling the adapter to one of those single-hole kitchen pull-out faucets with the built in sprayer will cause the water to shoot out of the sprayer, instead of being fed into the dishwasher.
Overall, I'm pleased with the unit. It was well packed and easy to unwrap. My complaints about it are minor. The wheels could be a bit quieter, and I'll see if I can tame their squeakiness with some silicone spray. The hoses could be a bit longer so that the dishwasher doesn't have to be almost butted up to the sink. Finally, if the adapter could accommodate a 3/4-27 thread it would have been helpful, at least in my case.