Dishwasher January sales – save big, including £100 off a brilliant slimline Bosch at Very
Now is a great time to be in the market for a new dishwasher, with some tremendous discounts in the January sales up for grabs. From slimline models that will fit nicely into a smaller kitchen, to 60cm pot washers capable of cleaning up after a large banquet, you’r sure to find one that will slot nicely into your kitchen.
This dishwasher has a long and successful history dating back all the way to the 1850s! So for over 150 years, the dishwasher has been in people’s homes, taking care of the dirty plates and cutlery, while looking stylish inside our kitchens.
Below we’re highlighting our favourite dishwasher deals on right now, with many of them carrying at least a 20% discount.
Here’s our run down of the best dishwasher deals out there right now. Enjoy!
Bosch SPS4HKW45G 9-Place, Slimline Dishwasher: was £569.99, now £469.99, Very This slimline dishwasher from Bosch will fit in any kitchen. And with a depth of 600mm, you can pack a lot in it. You can also control this appliance with your smart devices for an easier everyday life.
Hotpoint HSFO3T223WXUKN 10-place Slimline Dishwasher: was £399.99, now £329.99, Very
At just 45cm wide, this is a great way to squeeze a dishwasher into a compact kitchen. And small doesn’t mean limited, as this model boasts 9 wash cycles and holds 10 place settings.
Samsung Series 5 DW60M5050FW Standard Dishwasher: was £409, now £399, AO.com
In a hurry to have the dishes cleaned? This Samsung’s handy Time Saver function speeds up cycles without compromising on results. It also uses the heat generated to dry the washed items, so another environmentally friendly dishwasher.
Hisense HS661C60WUK Stainless Steel Dishwasher: was £529, now £429, AO.com
Save £100 on this A+++ rated Hisense dishwasher. It can hold 16 place settings so it’s a great choice for large families (or if you’re a keen entertainer when restrictions end!). With 5 wash cycles, there’s a cycle to suit any task.
Miele G5022SC Freestanding Dishwasher: was £669, now £628.93, Amazon
You don’t have to wait around for your dishes to be cleaned, as this Miele gets the job done in just 58 minutes. It has an A++ energy rating so saves you money and helps the environment. And with just a 45db noise level, this dishwasher is extremely quiet.
Samsung Series 6 DW60M6040BB/EU Integrated Dishwasher: was £499, now £459, Currys With an efficiency rating of A++, it comes with an Eco wash setting so you can save time, energy and money as your dishes cleaned. And if you don’t have a full load, this Samsung has a setting that uses less water and time.
Bosch SMS40T32GB Full-size Dishwasher: was £329.99, now £299, Currys This Bosch is an easy to operate dishwasher with practical functionality for getting your dishes clean. With 12 place settings, there is plenty of room for storage and varying programmes in the form of normal, economy, quick wash and pre-rinse for suitable cleaning.
New World NWECO13FSX Full Size Dishwasher: was £309.99, now £289.99, Argos Adapt to any cleaning situation with 8 different programmes and 6 temperature settings. There’s even an Extra Silent button, meaning you won’t miss any post-dinner conversations.
New World NWECO13FSW Full-Size Dishwasher: was £299.99, now £279.99, Argos
No need to sacrifice style for substance as the machine boasts an impressive A+++ energy rating. And with an Economy and a Half-Load programme, you can save the planet as well as money on your utility bills.
New World NWLCSL10FS Slimline Dishwasher: was £249.99, now £229.99, Argos Ideal for a small family, there’s enough room for 10 place settings in one load. And you can slide out the cutlery tray to help make space in the bottom basket. Adapt to most cleaning situations with 8 different programmes and 4 temperature settings. There are even dedicated Baby and Glassware options for those more fragile items.
If it’s been a while since you bought a dishwasher or if you’re getting one for the first time, you may be surprised at how much they’ve moved on. Here are five reasons why a dishwasher is an essential buy for any modern home:
1. Modern dishwashers are easier to load them: With separate cutlery trays, foldable tines and upper baskets that can be raised or taken out, they’re a doddle to load.
2. Wash times are fast: Expect them to wash a lightly soiled load in just 30 minutes, and a full haul of filthy plates in less than an hour.
3. Drying has been improved: This is thanks to special features that kick in at the end of a programme, such as an extra-hot drying cycle, a fan or an automatic door that opens to let out damp air.
4. You can wash half loads: Half-load cycles use less energy, so you don’t have to ll the dishwasher to run a guilt-free wash.
5. They’ll pick the right cycle: Intelligent dishwashers detect the load size and dirt levels, then choose the programme that will deliver the best results.
What should I consider before buying a dishwasher?
First and most importantly, you need to determine the size and style of your prospective dishwasher.
A dishwasher needn’t take up acres of space, so don’t think your small space counts you out of the luxury of owning a dishwasher. Compact designs no bigger than a microwave can sit on worktops to offer a smart saving-saving solution.
Built-in 60cm-wide versions slot in at eye level. These smaller models usually have around six place settings or eight at best. One place setting is equivalent to a soup bowl, dinner plate, dessert bowl, cup & saucer, drinking glass and a knife, fork, soup spoon, dessert spoon and teaspoon.
Usually the most inexpensive option, freestanding dishwashers can be placed anywhere in the kitchen – providing the plumbing can be attached. You can choose models in stainless steel or white to match your existing appliances. Slimline 45cm dishwashers with eight to 10 place settings are ideal for smaller families. But for the best features, you can’t beat a full-size 60cm version. This can hold anything up to 17 place settings (though 12-13 is average). Integrated models are discreet and at least as spacious as their freestanding counterparts.
Take your time browsing lots of different retailers and make the proper measurements in your kitchen before investing in a dishwasher.
Are dishwashers efficient?
In a nutshell, yes, they can be.
Washing up by hand can be an inefficient process. Especially when you consider a dishwasher can deal with a single dinner party-sized load using as little as 6 litres of water. In contrast, it can take 20 litres of water to fill a single sink. Compare the water consumption before you buy. It’s usually given as the number of litres used for a fully loaded machine on a normal 50°C programme.
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Dishwashers also clean to a higher standard, as the water reaches hotter temperatures than hands can tolerate. To reach these temperatures, a dishwasher uses approx 1.5kW of energy per cycle. Yet a hot water system uses 2.5kW to heat the water to fill a sink.
Also, check the energy ratings of the appliance before you buy. The letters refer to energy efficiency, washing performance and drying performance. A+AA-rated models are the best. For energy costs, allow 11p per cycle, before detergents.
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