DCS by Fisher & Paykel has once again scaled new heights of design and innovation with the announcement of its new DishDrawer Tall. Think of it as where DCS design meets Fisher & Paykel innovation. The company has reinvented its revolutionary DishDrawer, the world first dishwasher in a drawer, with the introduction of the DCS DishDrawer dishwasher Tall featuring a more spacious design and new sleek modern styling that loses none of brand compact charm. Continuing to innovate and improve on its uniquely designed industry leading appliances has never been a tall order for Fisher & Paykel Appliances.
DishDrawer dishwasher is a signature product line for the company with its distinctive ergonomic design that doesn’t take up a lot space and cost-saving and environmental features that minimizes water, energy and detergent usage. Since launching the DishDrawer in 1997 after years of testing and research, Fisher & Paykel has continued to redefine the dishwasher of the future and to date has sold more than a million DishDrawers.
DishDrawer Tall has been designed specifically for the North American market and will be manufactured in the company new facility located in Reynosa, Mexico. DCS expects to release its DishDrawer Tall this fall and offer it for around $1,400. It has been several years since the DishDrawer revolutionized the industry with its economical yet efficient design and performance, but Fisher & Paykel continued to improve upon it. Today, the DCS DishDrawer Tall offers everything consumers love about this product - energy and space savings with a more spacious and flexible interior design.
DishDrawer dishwasher Tall offers a number of key improvements over the current design including:
- a significantly larger top drawer can take 13" plates
- a new racking system with vertically adjustable and independent cup racks and enhanced plate racks including folding tines
- a more simplified and improved installation process
In fitting with the Fisher & Paykel Green tradition, the DCS DishDrawer Tall is also energy efficient and Energy Star approved. Additionally, the DishDrawer also offers the option of an economical, smaller load using as little as 1.98 gallons of water compared to 2.6 gallons on average for a normal eco cycle. DCS Appliances.
Posted in Dishwashers at August 31, 2009 9:49 PM
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