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Danby DDW611WLED Countertop Dishwasher - White

4.2 out of 5 stars 336 customer reviews
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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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Brand Name Danby
Model Info DDW611WLED
Item Weight 50 pounds
Product Dimensions 19.7 x 21.6 x 17.2 inches
Item model number DDW611WLED
Noise 55
Installation Type counter top
Part Number DDW611WLED
Form Factor Stand alone
Special Features Delay WashStainless Steel TubEnergy Star Qualified
Color White
Control Console fully integrated
Wash Arms 1
Tray Type Cutlery Tray
Standard Cycles 6
Voltage 120 volts
Wattage 120 watts
Shelf Type Wire
Certification energy_star
Material Type metal
Included Components Stainless Steel Tub
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Counter Depth 19.69 inches
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year parts and labor

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ASIN B0052FXC9Y
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 336 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,365 in Appliances (See top 100)
#11 in Appliances > Dishwashers > Portable & Countertop Dishwashers
Shipping Weight 58 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First Available May 24, 2011

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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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By TvH on June 14, 2013
I bought this today when it went on sale, after months of dithering and arguing with myself, thinking, why does one person need a dishwasher. Answer? I HATE DOING DISHES. And I hate the clutter of a sink full of dirty dishes and cups and silverware. See, I'm a shift-worker. And let's face it, I hate housework. The last thing I want to do on a day off is the darned dishes. Also my kitchenette is tiny - 7 feet square. With a full sized stove and fridge, my counter-space is pretty much limited to a 2 foot square area to the right of the sink. The left side is where the dish rack used to live. Well, no more. Now the dishwasher sits there and hums along quietly. I love this thing. It holds a week's worth of stuff for one person, it cleans them just fine on the 45 minute speed cycle, it only uses a reported 12 litres/3 gallons of hot water per full cycle, so I assume it's less on the speed cycle, and everything comes out shiny and clean. It's about 1/2 the size of an 18" dishwasher, it has one rack with a little side top rack that folds down for mugs, the cutlery tray is partitioned and can be removed easily if you want to throw in some pots, it's quiet, and dead easy to put together and hook up to the sink. Just keep in mind, it's NOT small - it's 17 and 1/4 inches tall by 21 inches wide by 19 inches deep. It does have a certain looming presence. But I don't care. It does the darned dishes! And the new reduced height means it fits under my cupboards.

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.
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Purchased this for my son. Although he claimed to enjoy the "zen" of washing dishes, I suspected that was a load of malarky as his sink and kitchen counter were usually cluttered with dirty dishes. Now he enjoys the zen of additional free time to read, write, relax. This little dishwasher just barely fit under his cabinets, and does consume a good chunk of counter space, but it's definitely worth it. He's had it for nearly a year now and it's still working beautifully. It does an excellent job cleaning and can handle a single guy's daily dishes without a problem. He says he can't imagine not having it now; it's really added to the quality of his apartment life. We did purchase a different set of dishes for him to use on a daily basis because his large square ceramic plates didn't fit as well in the unit as do traditional round plates. The square plates fit...they just take more space and careful arranging. I highly recommend this dishwasher.
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I bought this month ago, I've used it about 40 times now. Its been a good dishwasher and I have only a couple suggestions for someone who is looking to purchase this Dishwasher.

To my knowledge none of the counter top dishwashers have a heat element to dry your dishes. The Trick is you open up the washer right after its finished, leave it open a couple inches and let all the steam out while everything is still hot and they dry nicely. Make sure there is no standing water on top of things other wise that will come back and get you.

This is a compact washer. Large dishes are hard to fit! I use it every night cause I can only fit about 4 glasses, 3-4 medium plates, the silverware and maybe a small pot. So keep that in mind.

Pre wash your dishes a bit, if its dried on to the plate or pan its probably not going to come off. It will on a second cycle most of the time from what I've experienced. Works best when you clear the table and put everything straight into the dishwasher and use it right then.

Other than that, its been a good little dishwasher and I would recommend it to a friend.
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Before I bought this product, I had many doubts and it was hard to find this information. I waited 2 months of daily use to give this review, to be sure about the product, and here is the information that I will clarify for you:

* 1) Size of the dishes
* 2) How does it drain?
* 3) Type of detergent

I had to check all this, because I didn't have the necessary conditions to have the dishwasher. For starters, it didn't fit under my counter-top, and my university (I live in the campus residences) doesn't allow us to make changes to the furniture instalments. Hereare the adaptations I made, and I got to tell you that the dishwasher is an excellent product. It leaves everything so clean, dry and I don't have to waste my time washing dishes any more.

1) First I had a Corelle dinnerware with squared dishes (the model is called bamboo leaf, if it is any reference to anybody). Well, they didn't fit right in the dishwasher. I had do lean them over a bit and leave one space free between every plate, which made me use the double of the space and if the plate was too near the detergent dispenser, sometimes it wouldn't open properly and it will make a mess. So, in the end, I changed the dinnerware and bought another Corelle with round plates and it worked perfectly (I bought it for $20 in a great sale of Walmart)! the dishes fit neatly and I can wash the whole set in one go, and it leaves enough free space for glasses and some other dishes (the model of the dinnerware that I bought is the 'Corelle® livingware™ squared 16-pc dinnerware set', which has rounded plates, and the size description is: Squared 16-Piece Set includes 4 each: 10-1/4" Dinner Plates, 6-3/4" Bread & Butter Plates, 18-oz Soup / Cereal Bowls, 11-oz Stoneware Mugs.
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