Bush DWFS147SS Integrated Dishwasher- S/Steel - Further £10 Reduction £179.99 @ Argos

Bush DWFS147SS Integrated Dishwasher- S/Steel - Further £10 Reduction £179.99 @ Argos

£179.99Argos Deals
Found 3rd Jun 2016
Further to my previous posting 9 days ago, there's been a further £10 reduction and if you hurry and buy before midnight on 4th June, you'll benefit from the £10 Argos voucher as well.

Just a reminder, there's no other full size integrated dishwasher out there right now that offers space saving cutlery draw, A++ energy efficiency, 49db noise level, delay timer, electronic digital display and a stainless steel panel for such an extraordinary low price. The reviews are generally favourable and the Chinese made appliance by Midea who also manufacture for other leading brands (often costing a lot more with fewer specs) is reliable.

The only drawback is the one year standard manufacturer's warranty, which nowadays ought to come with 2 years minimum.

As I've said before you will not get a better specification sub £250.00.

Product description / spec

For a sleek kitchen look, choose an integrated dishwasher that you can hide away neatly. This Bush dishwasher is fantastic for families with an impressive 14 sets place setting, perfect for entertaining too. A new cutlery drawer creates more space in lower baskets for larger pots and pans allowing you to make better use of the space below.

Featuring 7 programmes, including an intensive, quick and economy wash and of course a pre-rinse option. There is also a delay start function, allowing the start time to be delayed by up to 24 hrs, great if you want to make the most of any off peak electricity. The top basket can be height adjusted to accommodate larger plates or pans below, together with 2 foldable plate racks on the lower basket.

•Designed to be built-in.
•4 temperature settings.
•Electronic display.
•Sequence indicator light.
•Up to 24 hour delayed start.
•Salt refill indicator.
•Rinse aid refill indicator.
•Overflow protection.
•Residual heat drying system.
•Filter system.
•Cold water fill.
•Adjustable top basket.
•Cutlery holder.
•2 foldable plate racks.
•Water softener.
•Child lock.

•7 programmes.
•Economy programme.
•30 minute quick wash programme.

•Energy efficiency class: A++.
•Capacity of 14 place settings.
•Estimated annual energy consumption: 299kW/year.
•Estimated annual water consumption: 3640litres/year.
•Drying performance rating: A.
•Cleaning performance rating: A.
•Noise level 49dB.
•Quiet (44-49 decibels).
•Estimated water consumption per cycle: 13 litres.

General features:
•Size H82, W59.6, D55.8cm.
Community Updates


anybody bought this, or already have one?
I need to replace one that doesn't work. Assuming I can just fit kitchen unit door to this one?
Took delivery of this on Saturday. It's even deeper than the Argos model it replaced in 2011.

The cutlery tray comes at the expense of less space down below. This leaves 3 options:

1. The blade hits the larger plates on the bottom rack.

2. You can adjust the height of the upper basket to solve that problem, but means you cannot stack wine glasses and tall tumblers upright.

3. You remove the top cutlery draw and use the cutlery basket from your old dishwasher eliminating both of the both.

In all other respects a great value machine, bearing in mind the stainless steel construction. The control panel is attractive and good quality and as you would expect quiet and economical. It washes well.

Installation was fairly straightforward.

If you can live with the above shortcomings, I would say it's every bit as good as a dishwasher costing £100 more.
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