KitchenAid has completely redesigned their iconic dishwasher to compete with the quieter and more efficient European brands like Bosch. We analyze important feature changes in this video.
Hi, I’m Chris Wurlitzer from Yale Appliance + Lighting in Boston, MA. Today we’re talking about the new KitchenAid dishwashers. The whole line has been reengineered with a few exciting features.
First, KitchenAid is now quieter. They moved to a filter system like the European brands instead of having a noisy soft food disposer. This lowers noise to under 40 dbs on some models.
Let’s talk about racks, they now have exclusive roller bearing glides on the bottom rack. This allows full extension of the bottom rack without the chance of it rolling off the door.
This is in addition to the wide spaced tines, 3rd rack for large cutlery, height adjustability and tupperware holders so it can accommodate almost anything.
The wash system has also been upgraded. The new Pro Wash system has high pressure jets in the top and bottom racks for better coverage and cleaning those stubborn stains. This is perfect for taking care of casserole dishes and rings in your coffee cups.
They’ve also changed from a 2 arm wash system to a 4 arm wash system for greater washing power.
Another great feature is the sensor. The sensor inside will measure the level of soil in the water and adjusts the cycle time accordingly so you’ll have the best cleaning in the shortest period of time
KitchenAid also gives you the benefit of a heated dry for dryer plates and dishes unlike most other dishwashers.
All in all we find KitchenAid to offer one of the best American dishwashers on the market. Thanks for watching...
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