|Item Weight||50 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.7 x 21.6 x 17.2 inches|
|Item model number||DDW611WLED|
|Installation Type||counter top|
|Form Factor||Stand alone|
|Special Features||Delay WashStainless Steel TubEnergy Star Compliant|
|Control Console||fully integrated|
|Tray Type||Cutlery Tray|
|Included Components||Stainless Steel Tub|
|Counter Depth||19.69 inches|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year parts and labor|
Danby DDW611WLED Countertop Dishwasher - White
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- Energy Star countertop electronic dishwasher fits under most kitchen cabinets (6 place-setting capacity)
- Quick connect to any kitchen tap with low water consumption (3.17 gallons during normal cycle)
- Convenient automatic detergent and rinse agent dispenser
- Electronic controls with LED display (6 wash cycles)
- Durable stainless steel interior
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Keep your dishes clean with the Danby 6 Place Setting Energy Star Countertop Dishwasher DDW611WLED This small compact dishwasher can easily sit on the countertop without taking up too much space which is perfect for the overstocked and cluttered kitc...
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Danby's DDW611WLED Energy Star Countertop Electronic Dishwasher, in white, helps save money and conserve energy. With room up to 6 standard place settings this model is perfect for families. The quick connect system lets you hook it up to any kitchen tap and the 6 wash cycles will get dishes sparkling.
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I placed on my counter (it fix perfectly under my low cabinets 17.5" Clearance) - see photo on product page. The hoses were already put together. Added the nozzle to the sink, plugged in and it works great! I load the dishwasher and run a 10 minute rinse at night and when full - run on pots and pans 1.25 hr. As I said I have a small apartment with commons walls, so it was great to realize it runs on the quiet side. 'Swish, Swish'. Particles are trapped in a mesh bottom so no worries if you don't have a disposal in your sink. Dishes are squeaky clean! Use the jet dry or just open door to air dry when done. Best investment this year so far.
This is the newer model without the viewing window, which means lesser chance of seal failure. I used teflon tape when I attached the hoses and so far so good. I will report back in a couple months when I get the electric bill, but I bet it's about the same as handwashing. Well ok, it's electric, so maybe not, but I DON'T CARE, it's a dishwasher and I feel like a real grownup now.
For just under 200 bucks, you can't go wrong. And I got a full one-year warranty with purchase, for free. I love it. I guess that's a bit ridiculous to say, but it's the next best thing to a live-in butler! If only it loaded itself..... ah well one day.....
For this purchase, I compared Danby to the others and reluctantly decided to try them again just because they were the cheapest. I decided that the cheapest option makes the most sense if it's just going to stop working in a year or two. The shipment arrived damaged, not from shipping (the box was fine) but the appliance had been packed with a significant dent in the housing. I sent it back and got another one. That one arrived with dents as well, both inside and out (pics attached). I was tired of waiting for shipments so I just kept this one because the dents weren't as bad as the first. Still, it goes to show that Danby doesn't care much about quality. You get what you pay for. I may not use them again for the 5th one.
I wish Minea, maker of my last one, was still around. Theirs was more expensive but better quality. It lasted the longest of any I've had and also succeeded in drying dishes where the others fail. Alas, the market can't support a better made product. RIP Minea.
Conclusion: Buy one, you'll be happy you did, but don't expect it to last long. It's a $100/ year disposable appliance.
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