The Best Drawer Dishwasher And 16 Other Models As Of May, 2019
Alphachooser's list of the newest drawer dishwashers includes only dishwashers that obey to these criteria:
- This list of drawer dishwashers (most of which are DishDrawers by Fisher & Paykel) focuses on dishwashers that fit under the counter, just like a drawer.
- Some are panel-ready drawer dishwashers, making it possible to fit them with panels matching you kitchen cabinets.
Even with a lower review count, considering its aggregate ranking of 82%, we determined that the Fisher and Paykel DD24DCTW7 is currently Alphachooser's best drawer dishwasher 2019. We also believe that our 21 reviews sampled from our sources give us a safe-enough confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies to call it the most interesting choice as of now.
|Average rating: (82%) (21 reviews)|
With its star rating of 4 computed from 21 reviews, here is what we consider second best drawer dishwasher. * By the way, our list is based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of drawer dishwasher reviews from around the web.
The DD24DAX9 boasts an EZKleen stainless steel variant which, from the name itself, promises easier upkeep.
Special features: End of cycle beeps, SmartDrive technology
Max noise level: ? (Fisher and Paykel gives 45dBA for the top drawer while on the delicate cycle)
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The 151 kWh/year Fisher Paykel DD24SAX9 dishwasher banks on specs like SmartDrive technology for durability, and a 45dBA noise rating (although take note that this sound level is for the delicate cycle only) to attract customers.
Special features: End of cycle beeps
Max noise level: ? (Fisher and Paykel gives 45dBA while on the delicate cycle)
|Average rating: (58%) (8 reviews)|
The Fisher Paykel DD24SCTX9 offers five wash programs (Delicate, Heavy, Medium, Normal eco, Fast) and three wash modifiers (Extra Dry, Quick, Sanitize), while yearning for a good impression with its 44dBA noise rating -- one of the quietest specs we've found, especially for a smaller dishwasher such as this one.
Max noise level: 44
The DD24DCT operates its two drawers independently, which equates to higher flexibility for users.
The DD24DCHTX9 washes a true half-load, as it features drawers that can operate independently regardless of the load size.
Special features: Electronic fault/diagnostic indicator, End-of-cycle beeps
Max noise level: 44 dBa
|Average rating: (94%) (6 reviews over 2 sources)|
The DD24DTI7 is a panel-ready DishDrawer (also known as the DD24DHTI7 model) with an increased top drawer height, a flow-through detergent dispenser, and a wireless remote for lock and operation control.
Special features: Wireless remote
The DD60SI7 appears to come with a wireless remote, which looks to be a rare accessory for most mid-range dishwashers.
Special features: Wireless Remote
The DD24SVT7 gives you nine different wash cycles for dealing with various loads, including four Eco options (with a reduced washing time).
The DD24DVT7 goes for a sleek look with its brushed stainless-steel finish (a panel-ready version is also available if you want a more consistent-looking kitchen).
The Fisher Paykel DD24DDFTX7 adds to its double-drawer form a flow-through detergent dispenser -- designed to dissolve the detergent better prior to coming into contact with dishes -- although specs like the rather-average 14 place settings and 53dBA noise rating don't help it stand out against other dishwashers.
Max noise level: 53
The JDD4000AWS faces the crowd with a Euro-style stainless exterior, which looks to have a more homey vibe compared to the usual polished stainless-steel finish.
Special features: Sabbath Mode
Max noise level: 56dBA