Compare the Latest 22 Whirlpool Dishwashers 2021
List of the latest Whirlpool dishwashers in the order in which they were added to our database (To compare any of the 22 models, just click their Add to compare button):
The Four Latest Whirlpool Portable Dishwashers (as Of January, 2021)
The Whirlpool WDP340PAFB dishwasher curls up into an entry-level shelf space, holding on to simple specs, such as 12 dish settings, a 55-dBA sound rating, and only three wash cycles, which include a not-so-fast 60-minute quick-wash program.
The Whirlpool ADP301IX boasts features that are quite uncommon to freestanding slimline dishwashers like itself, such as a Hygiene Rinse cycle option and modular racks -- in addition to more familiar specs like a 49dBA noise rating and 10 place settings.
The Whirlpool ADP502IX boasts specs like the 6th Sense technology feature (meant for minimizing water use and eliminating the need for pre-washing) and a promising overnight cycle whose maximum noise level is at only 39dBA -- although its regular noise rating of 43dBA is already highly-competitive for a slimline dishwasher.
The 55-dB-rated Whirlpool WDP350PAAW portable dishwasher's plastic tub seems to give it an entry-level vibe, but its water-quality-measuring Auto soil sensor is a feature usually found in more high-end dishwashers.
Two Recent Panel-ready Whirlpool Dishwasher Models
While showing off a panel-ready design, the 49-dB-valued Whirlpool UDT555SAFP dishwasher still occupies a mid-tier seat with its 12 place settings, five preset programs, a stainless-steel tub, and a splittable cutlery basket.
With its panel-ready design, the 49-dBA-valued Whirlpool UDT518SAFP dishwasher promises a consistent-looking kitchen while keeping watch over rather-average features, which include eight dish settings, a stainless-steel interior, and a silverware basket that sits inside the rack.
And Nine Of Their Semi-integrated Dishwashers
Its 12 place settings and 50-dBA sound rating are fairly-commonplace, especially among entry-level models, and its Heavy wash program lags behind with its 203-minute completion time, but the Whirlpool WDF560SAFM, at least, gets to show off a load-sensing feature, which is not commonly offered by a lot of low-tier dishwashers.
Its Heavy wash cycle takes a somewhat-slow 208 minutes to finish, and the Whirlpool WDF770SAFZ dishwasher wields a couple of ordinary specs, such as a 49-dBA noise value and 15 dish settings, but it, at least, gets equipped with a 40-spray-jet TotalCoverage spray arm for added washing coverage.
Flashing around a high-end 63-dBA noise rating, the Whirlpool WDF120PAFS dishwasher strikes an entry-level chord, bearing a lot of somewhat-passable specs, such as 12 place settings, a plastic tub, and a basic three wash programs.
If not for its load sensor, the Whirlpool WDF320PADS seems to just sit as a basic dishwasher with a low number of wash programs and a below-average dish capacity.
Having the AccuSense feature and the AnyWare silverware basket might distinguish the Whirlpool WDF520PADM from most entry-level dishwashers, but its 1-Hour Wash option is not the fastest we have seen.
Also available in black, white and a less-seen biscuit-colored variant, the Whirlpool Gold Series WDF760SADM flaunts rather-advanced washing features with its TotalCoverage spray arm and 40-focused-jets Target Clean
While its 1-Hour Fast Wash program is not the fastest we have seen, the entry-level Whirlpool WDF540PADM might entice you with its soil sensor, door-or-rack-attaching silverware basket, and 15 place settings.
The Whirlpool WDF550SAAS dishwasher's 12 place settings seems lacking, and it looks to offer only basic washing options with its five preset programs.
The Whirlpool WDF518SAAM dishwasher's 17.5-inch width and 57 db-rating appear to give this dishwasher a "compact-but-noisy" vibe.
Six Basic Models
The Whirlpool WDT730PAHZ dishwasher aims to set itself apart by providing a built-in fan to further assist the heated dry cycle option, and it also offers specs like a slightly above-average 15 place settings, a Sensor wash
program, and a decent 51dB noise rating.
This 47dB dishwasher sports Whirlpool's TotalCoverage Spray Arm feature -- which has possibly contributed to its lower-than-usual water consumption specs (3.5 gallons per wash) -- along with an AnyWare basket, which holds silverware either on the racks or along the door's mounts.
Aside from its space-conservative features, CEE Tier 1 Whirlpool WDT970SAHZ taunts other dishwashers with its three-stage filtration system that Whirlpool claims optimizes water and energy conservation and minimizes sound (though there are many more quiet dishwashers)-- and a sensor that, according to the manufacturer, senses soil amount and toughness and adjusts the amount of water and energy needed for cleaning.
This mid-range dishwasher with its silverware basket in the door has a Sensor cycle feature to determines the best wash setting for various load types.
The 15-place-settings Whirlpool WDT720PADM dishwasher has a special function to remove stuck-on messes on utensils with its dedicated Silverware Spray, and wants to please the eyes with its vent-less Ice versions (WDT720PADH and WDT720PADE).
The Whirlpool WDF110PABW's high 63-decibel rating and lack of an Energy Star certification suggest that it is a low-price option with only the basics.
Washing with its "smarter" TotalCoverage wash arm and 40-spray-jet TargetClean
option, the Whirlpool WDT920SADM Gold Series dishwasher also seems to score relatively well on noise (46dB) and place settings (16).
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