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Need a new dishwasher bosche or kitchenaide

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Need a new dishwasher bosche or kitchenaide

I looove my kitchenaide when we moved in to our new house. But almost 3 years later its done. I found out it was pretty old. It had a pro wash stainless steel, the works.

Ive looked online and Im stuck. Im not happy that most dishwashers dont have moveable tiles. So Im looking for a stainless steel tub, prefer no pocket handles, at least a couple moveable tiles, a 3rd rack pro scrub and a short cycle. I dont care about heat. I never used it on my dishes.
Im choosing a bosche or a kitchenaide.
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Just get a Bosch. You won't regret it.
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+1 bosch
"Buy now, think later. This is the way."
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Miele....just to be more difficult. ;)

OP, you might want to include price range. Miele and higher end Bosch will be over $1K.
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Feb 6, 2019
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Oookay. Bosch it is...
Any good recommendations?
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Bought one. A boscht. It opens when it’s done and has some red light on it.
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Good choice. Red light tells you it's working.
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We swear by Bosch for our washer/dryer but opted for Miele for our dishwasher. Knock on wood, they've all been flawless going on 15 years. I've probably jinxed myself now.
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I’m going with a full kitchen aid setup so going with kitchen aid to keep things consistent. Looking at this one so far:
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2K6TSX wrote: I’m going with a full kitchen aid setup so going with kitchen aid to keep things consistent. Looking at this one so far:
KDTM704KPS
I think you'll find the consensus among most rfders is don't buy all the same brand for every appliance. Different manufacturers excel at producing different appliances. I can't think of 1 that is good/best at every appliance.
"I'm a bit upset. I've been grab by the back without any alert and lubrification"
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Toukolou wrote: I think you'll find the consensus among most rfders is don't buy all the same brand for every appliance. Different manufacturers excel at producing different appliances. I can't think of 1 that is good/best at every appliance.
That’s fair and makes sense. I’m prioritizing aesthetics at this point. It’s worked out for me in the past (all whirlpool, currently all kitchen aid) and doing kitchen aid again now - just updated stuff.
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Everyone says great things about Bosch, but I've had all Kitchenaid appliances for our last two homes and *knock on wood* they have been flawless.
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mickman wrote: Everyone says great things about Bosch, but I've had all Kitchenaid appliances for our last two homes and *knock on wood* they have been flawless.
KitchenAid may have been good once upon a time but since Whirlpool has really got its grubby paws on it, the units are really just Whirlpools with different names slapped on it as well as fancy feature and finishing. Same with Maytag, Jenn-Air and budget brands - Amana, Inglis and Roper, among others. Note that Whirlpool reduced warranties once they were permitted to buy Maytag.
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