Bosch perfectdry dishwasher SMS67MW00G £449.99 (was £629) John Lewis

Bosch perfectdry dishwasher SMS67MW00G £449.99 (was £629) John Lewis

Found 23rd Nov 2017
Currys will pricematch from £629.99 (faster delivery)

Finally, a dishwasher that dries as perfectly as it cleans, even on plastics. The clever PerfectDry function saves energy by using less electricity to dry everything to perfection. And we do mean everything – plates, pans, glasses and all plastic items. Your lunchboxes and containers will be perfectly clean and dry, so you’ll never have to pick up a tea towel to finish the job again.

The technology behind PerfectDry uses Zeolith minerals to help dry the load economically and efficiently. The dishwasher absorbs humidity from the washed dishes and the clever Zeolith beads then transform that humidity into warm air that speeds up the drying process and saves money on your electricity bills. And as Zeolith minerals never wear out, you’ll have sparkling results for the entire life of the dishwasher.

Bosch has combined advanced technology to create a feature that's able to use less water while increasing performance. This is achieved by maximising water efficiency in the rinse cycles, creating faster heat-up times, targeting water circulation and improving pump performance.

Similarly, Bosch's revolutionary brushless motor has been developed to achieve maximum power with minimum energy loss. It's now quieter, faster, more energy efficient, durable and powerful.

AquaSensor III
Saving you even more water and energy, this feature automatically assesses how much water is needed, even during the rinsing stage, and will only use what's necessary.

This useful feature makes sure your detergent is completely dissolved for a more effective wash by releasing it into a special tray on top of the basket and mixing it into the cycle.

Due to soft water causing glass corrosion, Bosch has designed their dishwashers with glass protection to regulate the degree of hardness. This way, your glasses and delicate china are always given extra care when washed.
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The only problem is that Bosch dishwashers are generally crap.
Rastafari1 h, 8 m ago

The only problem is that Bosch dishwashers are generally crap.

I think you will find thay are generally the best on the market!
Milki_bar_Kid1 h, 27 m ago

I think you will find thay are generally the best on the market!

Not in my experience. Been very disappointed with my Bosch dishwasher, bought new two years ago. They're another brand trading on past reputation, rather like Hoover. They may have generally been the best on the market, quite some time ago.
Heat added, just ordered this AO price matched JL and I had a £20 voucher code from my last order so got this for £429.99
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