Beko DFN04210W A+ Rated 12 Place Setting Dishwasher  £159.20 @ Co-op eBay
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Beko DFN04210W A+ Rated 12 Place Setting Dishwasher £159.20 @ Co-op eBay

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Found 15th Mar
Looks decent in terms of both the product and the price, if you are looking for a budget dishwasher.

Use code P20CP to get for £159.20 delivered

Good reviews from what i have read on various sites (Currys/AO etc) and Which? review scores 64%


  • 4 programme settings including 30-minute rapid wash,intensive and economy options
  • 4 temperature settings and capacity to clean dishes for up to 12 place settings
  • Save water and energy when washing lighter loads by selecting the half load option
  • This energy efficient model has an A+ rating

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Cheers chichi

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Thanks for posting
Anybody own this? Is it worth it at this price or pay a bit more and get something better?
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Hassann1 h, 31 m ago

Anybody own this? Is it worth it at this price or pay a bit more and get …Anybody own this? Is it worth it at this price or pay a bit more and get something better?




Dont own one but heres the Which? review - 64% score - short version is that its a basic dishwasher but lowest price I have seen for it and similar models have been around the £180 mark when on offer in recent weeks


The Beko DFN04210W dishwasher only has four programs on the dial so it could be ideal for those who don't want to be bombarded with options. The eco, intensive, clean & shine, and mini programs should have most bases covered, but does everything come out perfectly clean and dry? Read our full review to discover whether this low-cost freestanding dishwasher will do everything you need it to, and do it well.

Pros
Dries well - even plastics, very few watermarks, good water and energy efficiency

Cons
Very few features


This Beko dries well and doesn't use much water or energy to get the job done, but it's pretty mediocre when it comes to cleaning.

What is it?

It's a low cost, freestanding dishwasher that can hold up to 12 place settings. This is at the smaller end of the range for full-size dishwashers (which can hold 14 place settings), so suitable for households that would struggle to fill a bigger machine.

Programs are selected using a simple dial and there are just four settings to choose from. These include eco, intensive (for very dirty pots and pans), clean and shine, and a low temperature mini wash for items that aren't too heavily soiled. You'll also find a half-load setting that you can use if you want to run a wash before you've managed to fill the machine to capacity.

It's a little shy of features so there's no digital display to show you the time remaining, but small indicator lights will at least show you whether it's washing, drying, or has reached the end of the program.

This is one of relatively few models without a delay timer, so you can't set it in advance to wash your dishes at a later time.

It's available in black, white or silver.


What's it great at?

You won't need your tea towel with this dishwasher, as plates, cups and cutlery come out bone dry, with very few watermarks. Even those notoriously tricky plastic food containers come out dry.

It doesn't use much water or electricity, which is good news for your annual utility bills, and it's not too noisy either, which could be useful if you have an open-plan living space or like to listen to the radio when you're in the kitchen.

Is there anything I should watch out for?

The main '65o Clean & Shine' program is quick and takes less than an hour and a half - but the results aren't perfect, so you may find the odd speck of last night's supper left behind on your plates.

If you're trying to go green, using the eco program will cut the electricity used but won't save you any water - and it takes twice as long as the main wash.

It's not too difficult to load but adjusting the height of the upper rack is tricky - especially if it's fully loaded. It's not easy to feed the wheels onto the retractable runners, as they have a tendency to get pushed back inside the machine, and the end caps close before you want them too.

You might expect that a machine with so few controls would be easy to program but we found the control dial stiff to rotate, and it's difficult to see which program has been set.
At this price it's a no brainer.
Reviews are good just bought one. Blimey if it's lasts a whole year you've had your monies worth. Heat added.
Chanchi3211 h, 54 m ago

Dont own one but heres the Which? review - 64% score - short version is …Dont own one but heres the Which? review - 64% score - short version is that its a basic dishwasher but lowest price I have seen for it and similar models have been around the £180 mark when on offer in recent weeksThe Beko DFN04210W dishwasher only has four programs on the dial so it could be ideal for those who don't want to be bombarded with options. The eco, intensive, clean & shine, and mini programs should have most bases covered, but does everything come out perfectly clean and dry? Read our full review to discover whether this low-cost freestanding dishwasher will do everything you need it to, and do it well.ProsDries well - even plastics, very few watermarks, good water and energy efficiencyCons Very few featuresThis Beko dries well and doesn't use much water or energy to get the job done, but it's pretty mediocre when it comes to cleaning.What is it?It's a low cost, freestanding dishwasher that can hold up to 12 place settings. This is at the smaller end of the range for full-size dishwashers (which can hold 14 place settings), so suitable for households that would struggle to fill a bigger machine.Programs are selected using a simple dial and there are just four settings to choose from. These include eco, intensive (for very dirty pots and pans), clean and shine, and a low temperature mini wash for items that aren't too heavily soiled. You'll also find a half-load setting that you can use if you want to run a wash before you've managed to fill the machine to capacity.It's a little shy of features so there's no digital display to show you the time remaining, but small indicator lights will at least show you whether it's washing, drying, or has reached the end of the program.This is one of relatively few models without a delay timer, so you can't set it in advance to wash your dishes at a later time.It's available in black, white or silver.What's it great at?You won't need your tea towel with this dishwasher, as plates, cups and cutlery come out bone dry, with very few watermarks. Even those notoriously tricky plastic food containers come out dry.It doesn't use much water or electricity, which is good news for your annual utility bills, and it's not too noisy either, which could be useful if you have an open-plan living space or like to listen to the radio when you're in the kitchen.Is there anything I should watch out for?The main '65o Clean & Shine' program is quick and takes less than an hour and a half - but the results aren't perfect, so you may find the odd speck of last night's supper left behind on your plates.If you're trying to go green, using the eco program will cut the electricity used but won't save you any water - and it takes twice as long as the main wash.It's not too difficult to load but adjusting the height of the upper rack is tricky - especially if it's fully loaded. It's not easy to feed the wheels onto the retractable runners, as they have a tendency to get pushed back inside the machine, and the end caps close before you want them too.You might expect that a machine with so few controls would be easy to program but we found the control dial stiff to rotate, and it's difficult to see which program has been set.


Cheers for the detailed response, it is much appreciated. I was going to order today but its expired now
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