|Item Weight||46.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.7 x 21.6 x 17.2 inches|
|Item model number||DDW621WDB|
|Installation Type||Counter Top|
|Form Factor||Stand Alone|
|Included Components||Dishwasher^Owners Manual^Drain Hose^Inlet Hose^Quick Connect Faucet Adapter Parts|
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(New Model) Danby DDW621WDB Countertop Dishwasher, White
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- Compact space saving countertop dishwasher with a quick connect feature compatible with most kitchen faucets
- 6 place setting capacity with silverware basket
- Energy star compliant and low water consumption up to 3.1 gallons of water (11.7L) per wash to help save you money
- 6 wash cycles ranging from Intensive, Normal, Economy, Rapid, Glass and Soak
- Electronic controls with LED display and durable stainless steel interior
- This is an aftermarket of generic part
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Washing dishes has never been easier as it is with this stylish countertop dishwasher. This unit utilizes just 3.1 gallons of water for a normal cycle. Designed to fit on top of your counter under just about any type of kitchen cabinet, it can easily be hooked up to any tap in your kitchen quickly. It comes with six different settings which can easily be programmed and monitored via the electronic LED display. The wash cycles range from soak, glass, rapid, economy, normal, and intensive. Plus, there is an automatic detergent and rinse agent dispenser for your convenience. Keeping the appliance clean is a breeze due to its durable stainless-steel interior. It also comes with a 12-month warranty on parts and labor. Package Content: dishwashermanualwarranty
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I am a repeat customer. I also own the Danby DDW611WLED Countertop Dishwasher. I could not be happier with that dishwasher. However, this dishwasher is terrible. I own both at the same time. Because the new rack is so poorly arranged, I can not fit even half the number of dishes in this new one that I can in the old one. They also removed the timer. Now I have no idea how much time is left in the cycle.
Some people have said, "Buy a whole new dish set that fits." Should not have to do that when previous model held my dishes just fine.
Some people have said, "But the manufacturer says this one holds more." Maybe with whatever set of dishes they were using to get the maximum numbers they could for marketing, but in the real world, things are different. Wouldn't it be great if everything manufacturers claimed was true.
I love my old dishwasher. It does everything I want. However I could not be more disappointed in this newer model. Please stay away from this one. Buy the older model while you still can.
* This is the only model with a heater built in. *However,* it doesn't really get that hot at 165F. Our last model had to settings for heat-- normal and hot-- and the hot setting would essentially steam everything away and scortch your hand if you touched glasses coming directly out after a cycle.
* Quiet. I was honestly surprised by how quiet this thing is, and it's been probably the best feature improvement over older models.
* Able to accommodate the tallest plates from all the other versions offered.
* Has various settings (but, really, you're only going to use one or two).
* Still not tall enough. Our last Danby Designer could easily hold our 11" dinner plates with room to spare. Now, if we want the dinner plates to be washed, we either have to put them in at 45 degree angles, leaving everything else out, or we wash them by hand. This was a big bummer.
* The tray layout is freaking stupid. Like, really, really stupid. I read the directions. I followed the directions, but the layout itself is just dumb, and there's gigantic gaps in the grating where an errant small bowl or cup can fall through and get the washer arm stuck for the entire load. The last model had TONS of options for loading, and the tray grating had no holes for things to fall through. This layout severely limits your options, and you're best to just stick with the recommended layout and do two loads.
* While it gets hot, it doesn't get hot enough. If you start a load before going to bed, when you wake up and open the door, everything is still wet and you either have to hand-dry everything, or let it air out for a couple hours. Yes, I'm aware that Jet-Dry and similar products can help this, but I want to use as little chemicals in my foodware as possible, and, frankly, that shouldn't be needed. With our last Danby, you started the load in the night, and when you woke up in the morning and opened the door, everything was just dry. It had a great steam cycle that assured this.
* I really would like a timer. This is a feature on some other models (like the SNP), and I didn't know that I would want it. (Again, our last Danby had a mechanical timer you could follow). While this isn't a deal breaker, I can't see this being all that expensive of a part, and I'm kind of sour that Danby didn't include it.
Will we return this? No. It's still the "best" of the countertop models currently on offer and it cleans dishes. Will I complain about this for the next however many years we use this. Absolutely. It's a startling thing when you have a decent product produced by a manufacturer, and you purchase their newer model which is obviously inferior. I understand that the market for these things is limited, but that doesn't mean that progress should be cast aside.
You're going to look at the market for countertops. You're going to see a complete lack of information on all these different models. You're going to confuse one SNP model that you were looking at for another. You're going to realize that the specs you thought you were looking at for the Magic Chef were actually for the Danby. You're going to go to each manufacturer's website to look for the missing information from the product page, and you're going to realize that the manufacturer's websites don't have this information either.
Then you're going to realize that only one company manufactures these things, that the industry doesn't care about this segment, and you're going to go with the Danby because it is the only one that offers a water heater.
Then you're going to install it, and use it, and after not too long you're going to b***h about it because it's *juuuuuust* right on the tip of something good, but simply not there. And then you're going to come to the reviews section and say the same damn thing I just said.
I researched a lot before making my purchase;
1 year warranty (much better than some countertop dishwashers I looked at) along with the extended warranty provided by my credit card and an additional 2 months added to the warranty provided by Danby, just take the short questionnaire on the Danby website – 22 month warranty, WOW!
Good repair history versus some of the popular Asian brands
There is one negative point. The left side has a pair of adjustable/removable shelves. In the DDW497, the comparable shelf was just low enough to allow a second set of cups to be on that shelf (four cups/tall glasses on the lower rack and four 9-oz coffee cups on the upper shelf). The two shelves in the DDW621 are set too high to permit this. They will not allow the same 9-oz cups (Correlle) to be on those shelves because they hit the top of the front opening when you try to roll it into the dishwasher. If you move the racks down, then there is no room for the same-sized cups under those shelves. I checked other coffee cups (8-9 oz capacity, not just Correlle), and they all experienced the same problem. This is a design flaw in the rack, not in the dishwasher. I was able to fit a small (20-oz) casserole onto the top shelf, with its lid on the other top shelf.
I mostly use Correlleware, and I have been using it for some time (30+yrs). The largest plates (12") will NOT fit. All the other stuff will fit with few problems.
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It does an excellent job of washing dishes, pot, utensils etc. just like a full size dishwasher.Read more