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  • Beko DFN28320W White

    4.5 star rating
    A++ Freestanding Width 60 cm Noise Level 43 dB
    Save £39*
  • Essentials CDW60W15 White

    A+ Freestanding Width 60 cm Noise Level 54 dB
  • Neff S41M63N1 Stainless Steel

    4.5 star rating
    A++ Built-under Width 60 cm Noise Level 42 dB
  • Kenwood KID60S15 Integrated

    A++ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 52 dB
  • Hotpoint FDFEX 11011 K Black

    4.5 star rating
    A+ Built-under Width 60 cm
    Save £31*
  • Hotpoint LTB4M116

    The LTB4M116 Full-sized Dishwasher in white will mean that you will no longer have to do a... more
  • Hotpoint LSB5B019X

    The Hotpoint LSB5B019X Semi Integrated Dishwasher is the efficient & timesaving way to was... more
    £284.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
    Save £35*
  • Neff S51M53X2GB Integrated

    A++ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 46 dB
  • Indesit DPG15B1NX

    The Indesit DPG15B1NX Semi Integrated dishwasher washes up to 13 place settings using just... more
    £327.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
    Save £42*
  • Bosch SMV69P15GB Integrated

    A+ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 39 dB
    Save £30*
  • Bosch SMS40C32GB White

    4.5 star rating
    A+ Freestanding Width 60 cm Noise Level 50 dB
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  • Beko DFC04210S Silver

    5 star rating
    A Freestanding Width 60 cm Noise Level 49 dB
  • Indesit DISR14BUK

    The Indesit DISR14BUK is the fully integrated slimline dishwasher that is compact and idea... more
  • Neff S66M63N1GB Stainless Steel

    A+ Built-under Width 60 cm Noise Level 47 dB
    Save £55*
  • Beko DIN28R20 Integrated

    5 star rating
    A++ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 44 dB
  • Miele G4700SCIBR

    The Miele G4700 SCi A + energy rated, Semi-integrated dishwasher is compact, stylish and p... more
  • Siemens SN26M231GB White

    A++ Built-under Width 60 cm Noise Level 44 dB
  • Whirlpool ADG 5010 Integrated

    A++ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 48 dB
    Save £121*
  • Miele G4920CLST

    Fresh water dishwasher that allows you to enjoy minimum consumption: The Sensor wash/Autom... more
  • Samsung DW60H9950FS Stainless Steel

    A++ Built-under Width 60 cm Noise Level 44 dB
  • Miele G4920BK

    Fresh water dishwasher that allows you to enjoy minimum consumption: The Sensor wash/Autom... more
  • Zanussi ZDF21001WA White

    4.5 star rating
    A+ Built-under Width 60 cm Noise Level 50 dB
  • Neff S727P70Y0G Integrated

    A+++ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 42 dB
  • Neff S51L58X0GB Integrated

    5 star rating
    A++ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 48 dB
  • Bosch SPV40C20GB Integrated

    A Fully-integrated Width 45 cm Noise Level 52 dB
  • Miele G 4203 SC White

    A+ Freestanding Width 60 cm Noise Level 46 dB
    Save £30*
  • Siemens SN26M892GB

    When you press the varioSpeed Plus button, you reduce the washing time by up to 66%. The r... more
  • Zanussi ZDT21001FA Integrated

    A+ Fully-integrated Width 60 cm Noise Level 51 dB
  • Neff S58M40X0GB

    The Neff S58M40X0GB Slimline fully integrated dishwasher has large capacity and versatilit... more
  • Miele G6410SCIWH

    Providing a fool proof cycle, the G6410SCI features an Auto Sensor system that will monito... more

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The dishwashers buyers' guide

Less than half of the UK’s households currently have a dishwasher; but with evidence showing dishwashers produce cleaner dishes and save money, water and arguments, there are plenty of strong reasons to invest. 

With dishwashers saving you an average of nine days a year of scrubbing and rinsing, you can spend your time doing things you actually want to do.

If you’re looking for a new dishwasher but feeling a little lost with such a huge variety available, all with techy features and special selling points, fear not: we’re here to get you clued up on all the information you need to make an informed buying decision.

At Crowdstorm you’ll find dishwasher deals from all the best manufacturers, such as Neff and Bosch, available directly from your favourite trusted retailers – everyone from Argos to Currys. And we’re constantly updating our prices, so you’ll never miss a sale.

Dishwasher types

Dishwasher size is measured by capacity of place settings that can be washed in one cycle. For example, a dishwasher with a 12 place setting capacity can hold 12 dinner plates, 12 soup plates, 12 dessert plates, 12 tea cups and saucers, 12 tumblers, 12 sets of cutlery.

Standard: A family or busy household would most likely benefit from a full-sized model, around 60cm wide, or a slimline machine with flexible storage inside. Full sized dishwashers are designed to be stored under work surfaces and the standard number of place settings is 12. You can also find larger (15 and above), with some models as large as 90cm wide.

Slimline: A slimline model is usually around 45cm wide and can hold around 9 place settings – great for couples or smaller households. Slimline dishwashers have been designed to conveniently fit under a work surface.

Compact: If you live on your own a compact dishwasher may be the best option for you. It can be integrated into your existing kitchen and takes up half the space of a regular dishwasher with a capacity of around 4 place settings.


Most standard dishwashers will have 3 main programs and a rinse cycle:

  • 65-70 degrees: Uses most energy and is designed for very dirty dishes
  • 65 degrees: The standard wash cycle
  • 50 degrees: The most economical wash cycle which uses less energy and hot water

Many will also have eco, delicate and quick wash settings for different load sizes and types. A half load option is ideal for saving water by cleaning only one level of the machine, for example. 

A pre-wash or soak option is great for very dirty dishes or pans and a quick wash option, that normally takes around 30 minutes, is best suited to items that aren’t very dirty.

Dishwasher features

Once you've got your mind set on the basics, there are lots of little extras you may want to look out for. Decide if any of them are essential before you buy, as these can often put the price up but can also be worth it in the long run:

  • Timed delay: Make the most of cheaper night time rates by using a timed delay.
  • Washing baby’s products: Certain models now come with an integrated hygienic program for washing your baby’s products.
  • Adjustable baskets: Height adjustable racks and baskets will make storing dishes in your dishwasher much easier.
  • Load sensing: Some dishwashers adjust cycle and water depending on the weight of a load.
  • Electronic LCD display: For more options and customizable programs.
  • Glass program: Protect glass and delicate dishes with a specific program.
  • Intensive program: For extra dirty dishes.
  • Self-cleaning filters: Do what they sy on the tin!
  • Anti-leak mechanism: To protect against flooding. Some dishwashers have an in-built protection against flooding, or technology to detect changes in water pressure with a valve to cut off water supply in an emergency.

Noise level

If you have an integrated kitchen/living room or an open plan kitchen it’s a good idea to shop for a dishwasher that is low-noise – look for a model with a decibel (dB) level of less than 45, as some can reach 50dB or more.

Dishwasher energy efficiency

All dishwashers have an EU-rated energy efficiency and performance rating from A-G, with A being the most economical and G being the least. Manufacturers are responsible for grading their own products and Trading Standards monitor standardised tests across the industry.

Some online retailers also have top of the range dishwashers that are even more efficient than A-rated models. These are A+, A++ and A+++.

  • A+ models achieve up to 10% reduction in energy consumption compared with A models
  • A++ models can reduce your energy consumption by up to 20%
  • A+++ models can save you the most money – up to 30% compared with A models

It is often the case that the more expensive the model the higher graded it will be in terms of energy efficiency and the more energy-saving features there’ll be, including time delays and temperature settings. This isn’t to say that cheap dishwashers won’t be energy efficient; many machines will feature temperature settings and programs for shorter/more economical cycles.

Water consumption may be of greater importance to you if you’re on a water meter – look out for dishwashers with a time delay so you can take advantage of cheaper electricity at night time and look for dishwashers that use the least amount of water possible. For example, brands such as Whirlpool and Hotpoint make full sized machines that use only 12 litres of water per wash. Bosch even have a model that uses as little as seven litres of water per cycle.

Not suitable for dishwasher cleaning

Bear in mind that the following should not be put in a dishwasher for cleaning:

  • Decorated fine china
  • Crystal glasses
  • Gold/silver trim china
  • Cutlery with wooden, plastic, bone or pearl handles

What next?

Having narrowed down your search for the perfect dishwasher to suit your needs refine your search further on our shopping pages with the settings in the left column. 

By narrowing down type, specs, size and energy efficiency, you can begin to compare models and styles. 

Then all that’s left to do is click and buy - beats getting the dog to do it, huh? And remember that you’re not buying from Crowdstorm, you’re buying directly from your favourite trusted retailer. 

We simply help you find the best deals before sending you directly to their website (we make our money from advertising, not directly from you).