Product Type: Kenwood Hotpoint Dishwasher
Newest Review: ... a power socket. The dishwasher has the main arm on the bottom, so unlike a full sized one the bottom rack doesn't get water from above a... more
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Member Name: AndyWolf
Advantages: Space saving, easy to fit
Disadvantages: Small for the odd occasion when you need more
Being on my own, and not having enough crockery and cutlery to fill and make efficient use of a normal sized dishwasher, I was keen to look at an option that a) would fit into my small kitchen and b) not be massively expensive to run.
This one seemed to fit the bill. It was easy to install - if you don't mind drilling holes in your worktops to get the cold water feed through and being power tool man, that was not a problem for me.
You will easily manage to fit in 4 place settings (cups, Dinner plates, side Plates, dishes and cutlery) and possibly more if you are strategic about your loading. I'm a bit anal and this is quite easy. I couldn't manage to do too many pots as well, but what do you expect from a work top appliance?
Cleaning quality is most important for me and this really does the job.
Just don't expect it to cope with dinner parties!
Summary: A very good dishwasher for the money
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