This slimline dishwasher comes with 10 place settings and is ideal for smaller households. There are 7 programmes to choose from, and you can delay the start of each cycle for up to 23 hours. The adjustable upper basket is ideal for loading larger iteams, and the slim depth design makes this the perfect appliance, even when you’re tight on space.
1. Your Dishwasher has been Over 100 Years in the Making
Robert Bosch first established his workshop for precision and electrical engineering way back in 1886. However, it wasn’t until 1964 that Bosch Home Appliances released its first dishwasher. With more and more people looking to save time on housework in the 60s, Bosch’s contribution made washing dishes by hand a thing of the past and illustrated that cleaning up after a party doesn’t need to be a drag!
2. Uses Less Water than Hand-Washing
There’s a widespread myth that dishwashers use more water than hand-washing. however that couldn’t be further from the truth. A standard dishwasher uses around 9.5 liters of water per wash, while hand-washing generally uses up to 60 litres. When you add up the numbers, switching from hand-washing to dishwashing can save you up to 18,000 litres of water per year.
3. Does not Necessarily Spike Your Electricity Bill
Another widespread myth is that dishwashers use a lot of electrictiy yet this isn’t exactly the case either! Modern dishwashers are designed to be energy efficient and use around 0.8 Kwh per load (depending on the washing programme ) to heat up, pump and recycle the water in the machine. Hand washing takes extra physical effort & pain.