Kenmore Stainless Steel Dishwasher
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The model's also available in white or stainless steel, though the stainless costs around $100 more. The curved handle is nice, as is the status light on the front which shines green as the dishwasher works. Otherwise, this dishwasher blends in enough
The main reason this dishwasher costs less than competitors with similar features is the plastic tub. The stainless steel tub adorning higher end models saves energy during the cycle. This Kenmore also has a pretty bland design and a clunky control
and have good words for. Models we've listed from Kenmore and Frigidaire may cost a little more—but they're the least-expensive ranges we've ever seen that include convection baking. For a basic top-freezer, my choice is the stainless steel GE
Testing the $500 Kenmore 13479 dishwasher made me nervous. For a built-in standard-sized dishwasher, it's priced at the low end. If it performed as such, that would have meant a lot of extra work for me. We spread 13 different types of foods over 112 different dishes , then let them sit for 24 hours before testing the cleaning prowess of our dishwashers. If the low-cost Kenmore 13479 wasn't able to remove any dirt, I would have to do it. Lo and behold, Kenmore came through. Price aside, it's one of the best performing dishwashers we've ever tested. So when you take the price into account, the Kenmore 13479 makes for a great bargain as it out-cleans dishwashers that cost almost three times as much. This $500 dishwasher doesn't have a whole lot else going for it. It's bland and it doesn't really have any special features. The interior is a little cramped. To an extent, you get what you pay for, but that doesn't hold true as far as cleaning. If you're looking for a low-cost, no frills dishwasher that can handle your messes, the Kenmore 13479 fits the bill nicely. Consider the $700. Looks like a pauper Saying the Kenmore 13479 is a "no frills" dishwasher is being too generous. It has no fold down tines, no wine stem holders, you can't adjust the height of the upper rack and it only has room for 12 place settings. It also has a plastic tub instead of an energy saving stainless tub, but I'd expect that at this price. For $500, I also wouldn't expect higher-end adornments like a third rack, specialized jets for difficult to wash dishes or customizable cycles for either the upper or lower rack. However, one or two simple add-ons would have been nice. The model's also available in white or stainless steel, though the stainless costs around $100 more. The curved handle is nice, as is the status light on the front which shines green as the dishwasher works. Otherwise, this dishwasher blends in enough to be forgettable, which is as much as I can say for its design. The interior is similarly bland, and again, it has no features to speak of to make loading easier. The red jets on the spray arm at the bottom and the red cap on the rinse aid dispenser are the only hints of color. Without features, even our load of 10 place settings felt cramped, though the design isn't so egregious as to get in the way. The control panel on the top lip feels cheap and plasticky, but it does have a countdown timer and a nice set of six cycles. The hour-long speed cycle is a little slow, but the Kenmore has an otherwise standard but suitable mix including Pots and Pans, China Gentle and Smart Wash -- which senses dirt and saves energy. After you select your cycle, you can add on any of three options -- Sani Rinse, High Temp and Heated Dry -- another fine if underwhelming mix. If you spend an extra $200, the Kenmore 13699 adds a set of fold down tines on the bottom rack, an upper rack with adjustable height and an extra option which focuses water through jets specialized for a casserole dish. The 13699 isn't feature-rich by any means, but it's not quite as bare-boned as the 13479. Andrew has been writing for a while, especially if you include the superhero comics he wrote as a kid.
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6 Smart Touch settings let you cook your food without selecting cook times and power levels. With 900 watts and 10 power levels, this microwave allows you to cook a variety of foods. The 10.6-inch diameter glass turntable is dishwasher safe. You can increase cook time in 30-second increments. Open the microwave with the simple push-button door release. Kenmore is America's #1 appliance brand, trusted in the homes of more than 100 million Americans. The 0.9 cu. ft. Kenmore countertop microwave 73093 features memory cooking, which lets you create and save customized cook time and power level combinations. This 900-watt Kenmore microwave has multi-stage cooking, which allows you to program multiple stages of cooking and their cook times at once; when one stage is complete, the next stage automatically starts. This compact stainless-steel Kenmore 7309 countertop microwave has 6 smart touch settings that let you do everything from reheat your dinner to melt chocolate. Dimensions: Depth (In.): 14.65 Height (In.): 11.54
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