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Bosch dishwasher SMV69T30UK £530.00 (£380 after cashback) @ hhhomemakers

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I think this is cheapest dishwasher deal for this model. I have bought myself and Bosch already paid me cash back. Price with delivery=530 Cash back=150 Final price=380 *BRAND NEW* Bosch SMV69…
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Thanks for the response :-) I'm happy to spend £5-600 on one as my parents have always had a dishwasher and regretted buying cheaper models in the past. You're absolutely right about the amount of time saved! I'm not on a water meter and I expect it will be me and my other half as the only users for a good few years, so 12 place settings and 12l of water per cycle would do it. This one is probably overkill for our needs I guess.
KitKatFox: it depends. Ignoring the running costs and the cost of buying more dishes/cutlery, if you, let's say, spend 30 minutes per day doing dishes, and you'd rather spend only 10 minutes doing dishes (loading/unloading dishwasher) and you would like to entertain yourself for the rest 20 minutes in different way, then in a month (30 days), those additional 20*30=600 minutes will cost you £560 + running costs. However, with 1 year guarantee, you'll be able to use the machine for at least a year (say 365 days), so 365*20 equals roughly full 5 days (24*5 hours) of entertainment for £560, so that's around £112 per 24hours (£56 per 12hours). However, if you are lucky and dishwasher works longer than a year, the additional free time will cost you less and less. So if it works without a fault for 5 years, you'll get around 25 days of free time for around £23 per free day (24hours) or around £1 per free time hour. So is your hobby/free time worth this money? Maybe you have a better investment to save your days?

p.s. In my opinion, if you have a question, about the cost, I would rather buy a cheaper model (I would probably still stick to Bosch) and would spend not more than £350 for a dishwasher which does not have all the features you'd like it to have (like third rack for cutlery). It would still do the job and you'd save minimum £210 of your cash which you could probably invest in something else. However, the previous deal (£380) for this dishwasher was really good for me (and some others). It was like getting recent android/iphone with features you'll never use/understand or have any needs in them, but you could always let other know of how much magic it stores.

Hopefully this will help you make up your mind.

KitKatFox
Would anyone that purchased this model recommend it at £560? Unfortunately I'm only now in the position that I can buy a dishwasher and I was looking at the Siemens and Bosch ones in particular. Thanks :-)
Would anyone that purchased this model recommend it at £560? Unfortunately I'm only now in the position that I can buy a dishwasher and I was looking at the Siemens and Bosch ones in particular. Thanks :-)
Good news everyone, engineer came. It seems the plug jumped out of the socket behind the machine. Dishwasher is working again!
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