The latest DishDrawer called appropriately Wide is 90cm or close to 35.5" wide. That should appeal quite a bit to many busy cooks with big families and those who can't live without guests more than a few days. Being just 48cm tall, the DishDrawer Wide still allows 9 place settings and is convenient if you have nice under-bench slot. You may also try installing it as a wall unit. The design can easily accommodate larger pots and up to 32cm diameter plates which you might otherwise wash by hand. Available in EZKleen stainless steel and integrated models in the US. New Zealand and Australian consumers also have a choice of Iridium stainless steel.
Main features include Smart Drive intelligent technology, intelligent load sensing for optimum performance, 4-star water efficiency rating, 9.3 litre water consumption, single touch programmable controls and 9 wash programs including Delicate, Delicate Eco, Fast, Fast Eco, Heavy, Heavy Eco, Normal, Normal Eco and Rinse.
Fisher & Paykel also equipped DishDrawer Wide with Flow Through detergent dispenser where water is pumped through the detergent to dissolve it thoroughly before it enters DishDrawer to achieve a superior hygienic wash with no detergent burns on your dishes. Easily folding tines create practically flat surface, enabling you to wash large pots and bowls. You can also wash long stemmed wine glasses. End of cycle signal, 12-hour delay start option, wash progress and time remaining display, built-in flood protection, rinse aid dispenser, rinse aid indicator light, self diagnostics for servicing, adjustable side racks, key lock and child safety lock. Fisher & Paykel.
Posted in Dishwashers at September 16, 2010 12:29 PM
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