Definitely worth buying, I read reviews also before buying this and I'm picky. It cleans every dish I put in my dishwasher. Love it!
About This Item
- Recessed handle for a sleek look
- Quiet performance every time, so it won't interrupt your household
- Low water consumption, only 3.43 gallons (normal cycle)
- Stainless steel interior offers a durable construction
- Compact design makes it for you to place the dishwasher on a countertop or in another area
- Product Type: Countertop
- Color/Finish: White
- Sound Rating: 34 Decibel
- Number of Cycles: 6
- Control Style: Full console
- Number of Place Settings: 6
- Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 17.24"
- Overall Width - Side to Side: 19.69"
- Overall Depth - Front to Back: 21.65"
- Overall Product Weight: 48.5 lbs
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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Rca Rdw3208 Electronic Countertop Dishwasher
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21.65 x 19.68 x 17.24 Inches
It Was A Good Idea
Shipping destroyed my order twice so I can't rate the performance but it looked potentially made of quality parts and very useful. Both returns were simple and easy.
I would definitely get this. Already told my son
I love this dishwasher. Saves my back. Only drawback it's brand new and has 2 dents. Hopefully Wal-Mart will make a adjustment.
Just love it good for the 2 of us. I was in so mush pain standing there doing dishes. The price was the best I was looking for over a month, look all the place I know it was going to have to be delivered. The is a Dent on on the top. I dont know if it was the delivery or the one that got it in the house for me. It is big about 1/2 to big to go under my cabinet so I had to get a cart . I have used it like 5 times its quite and fast it dose ever thing a big $800 one does
Got this because I absolutely hate doing dishes. It works very well. Came with faucet adapter and everything needed. Also has a countdown timer for time remaining on wash, a pause button, and a good selection for which wash type you need. Runs quietly.
Recieved item this afternoon, its in good working order. Was easy to assemble. Running thr first load in the machine now, machine is reallt quiet. Im curious to see how clean the dishes get. This will make my life a whole lot easier im pleased with my purchase so far
Huge appliance disguised in small wording
This thing is huge, not sure why its described as a countertop unit, i dont have counter space that big. I did a test run after setup. The dishes came out sparkling clean However, this brand you have to use the powder or liquid detergent. Cannot use the pod type detergent.
Washes great and when completed the dishes were dry. Wish it was an inch taller to fit the bigger plates a little better
Generally good, some minor problems.
I think this is a pretty good dishwasher, it cleans well, but has a couple issues. It is quiet enough to have a conversation while it's running without raising your voice. It cleans pretty good. It has a short (1 hour) and a long (2 hours) wash cycle, and a few other options. Use the long cycle. It has a water heater. Compared to my last dishwasher (which was a high end, full sized unit at my old place), this one requires a little extra time scraping off food and rinsing. I think it's comparable to most mid-range dishwashers, and I'm satisfied that it does a pretty good job. Problems: The door is too hard to open, and requires a lot of force. It's annoying. The water hoses are a little fiddley, and will leak unless they are properly tightened - they have to be a bit past hand tight for the seals to engage, and after that you won't want to move them around too much because they'll leak. Once they're set there's no problem. The manual recommends a little thread sealer (teflon tape) which isn't a bad idea. When the cycle is finished, the unit I have doesn't fully empty. There is always a cup or two of water left over that tends to get all over the floor after you detach the hose from the sink (it doesn't empty until the hose is lowered below the dishwasher). When the cycle is finished I put the end of the hose in a pan on the floor to catch the water. It seems to me like a check valve or a better pump would've fixed this problem. Also, a nit pick, the faucet attachment fitting isn't great, it doesn't have a screen or a flow regulator. If you have a spare hole on your sink, you should spend $20 and get a dedicated hot water tap for the dishwasher. Size: The outside is a bit too big - this doesn't fit under my upper kitchen cabinets. Make sure you have over 18 inches of clearance if you want to put it on the counter. The inside is small, but not unusably small. I have a set of what I would consider to be normal-sized plates that are about 10-3/8 inches in diameter. If standing up vertically, these will fit but touch the top of the dishwasher. There is an area where they can be put in at a slight angle where the fit better. But, you're not going to fit anything bigger than this. Despite being small inside, you can actually fit in a lot of dishes. You get good at loading it. Also, the price is right. As far as I can tell, this unit is nearly identical to all of the other "countertop dishwashers" that are available. Some of those cost over $350. At $200, this is among the least expensive. Bottom line: If your tiny kitchen doesn't have room for a full sized washer, $200 gets you a good dishwasher and saves you from spending all your extra time hand washing everything.
did not past a year. water pumped went out. but company did refund ke full price of unit. had to cut cord send photos but it was pain free refund by check. i do miss it but well get another one cause when it worked it did a good job.
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