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Following on from the other deal, if you are after a slimline dishwasher and don't care about brands just want the cheapest then I have never seen one new for such a low price.

Haus WQP8-9249G White Slimline Dishwasher.

With a width of just 45cm this white Haus slim dishwasher is ideal for those who are limited on space. A handy adjustable top basket and 2 foldable plate racks will ensure that you can wash even the most awkward cooking utensils.

Energy efficiency ratings & performance

Energy efficiency class: A.
Cleaning performance rating: B.
Drying performance rating: B.
6 programmes.
4 temperature settings.
30 minute quick wash programme.
Economy programme.
Delay start option up to 8 hour delayed start.
Salt refill indicator.
Rinse aid refill indicator.
Water softener.
Residual heat drying system.
Filter system.
Cold or hot water fill.
9 place settings.
Adjustable top basket.
Cutlery holder.
2 foldable plate racks.
Size H85, W45, D58cm.
Technical specification:

Energy consumption: 0.8kWh/cycle.
Water consumption: 11litres/cycle.
Estimated annual water consumption: 4015litres/year.
Estimated annual energy consumption: 292kW/year.
Noise level 55 dB.
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#1
Forgot to add, gets very good reviews, all (except one) above 4 star.
#2
is it cheap to run.....no
#3
Obese people should have these. :)
#4
royals
is it cheap to run.....no


No skin off my nose if you don't think so, but do you have anything to back this up with?

Ok to save you the effort, i've had a quick look and this D/W uses the same or less energy and water than all of the machines I checked, some big brands double the price.....

so very much looking forward to you backing up your claim....


Edited By: morpheus on May 26, 2011 16:32: Added detail
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morpheus
royals
is it cheap to run.....no


No skin off my nose if you don't think so, but do you have anything to back this up with?

Ok to save you the effort, i've had a quick look and this D/W uses the same or less energy and water than all of the machines I checked, some big brands double the price.....

so very much looking forward to you backing up your claim....



you didnt look hard then
http://www.johnlewis.com/230926738/Product.aspx?source=63258
neff.co.uk (more expensive but worth the extra if you want built in)

with fuel so expensive now it really is worth looking at how efficient these electic items are. I just bought an Oase pump for my pond (£300ish), not the cheapest but very efficient, whereas a cheap one was £120. The cheap one cost £120/yr more to run than the expensive one, so a complete no brainer (assuming the munfacturers are being honest (lol!!)...not only that expensive one is german made and has a 5 year warranty (cheap one 1 year, lol!!)

i look forward to your apology....lol


Edited By: royals on May 26, 2011 17:33: w
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I think that you are somewhat missing the point of a **CHEAP** dishwasher, at £149 it might be within possibility for many families, but the model that you have compared it with is double that price - so you are comparing apples and pears. Yes sure, pay more and get more features etc. (it is always that way) but as deal, a dishwasher for a £149 is a good find. So it gets voted HOT from me. Thank you for posting.

royals
morpheus
royals
is it cheap to run.....no

No skin off my nose if you don't think so, but do you have anything to back this up with?

Ok to save you the effort, i've had a quick look and this D/W uses the same or less energy and water than all of the machines I checked, some big brands double the price.....

so very much looking forward to you backing up your claim....


you didnt look hard then
http://www.johnlewis.com/230926738/Product.aspx?source=63258
neff.co.uk (more expensive but worth the extra if you want built in)

with fuel so expensive now it really is worth looking at how efficient these electic items are. I just bought an Oase pump for my pond (£300ish), not the cheapest but very efficient, whereas a cheap one was £120. The cheap one cost £120/yr more to run than the expensive one, so a complete no brainer (assuming the munfacturers are being honest (lol!!)...not only that expensive one is german made and has a 5 year warranty (cheap one 1 year, lol!!)

i look forward to your apology....lol

#7
Energy efficiency class: A
So it's as good as they come.
#8
You've lost me royals...

The machine you linked to (ignoring the fact its double the price) uses 1.05kWh per cycle...

The machine above uses 0.8 kWh/cycle....

A quick look at one slimline machine on neff.co.uk shows it uses 0.88 kWh/cycle..

Any more.....?

I'm holding back that apology for the time being ;)

Edited By: morpheus on May 26, 2011 18:52
banned#9
£99 for slim bush one at argos clearance corby if your local or fancy a drive

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