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A cheap trouble free dishwasher

Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by joe2030, 24th Oct, 2015.

  1. joe2030

    joe2030 Well-Known Member

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    greysonline dot com dot au
     
  3. GoOnAndTell

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    bosch SMS50E38AU push hard on price you can get it around here. never had issues with anything bosch.
     
  4. joe2030

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    BOSCH is too expensive. I know it is good quality because I am using it at home :)

    I just want to know the quality of those 3 brands (Omega, Dishlex and Essatto).
     
  5. Scott No Mates

    Scott No Mates Well-Known Member

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    Dishlex are reliable.
     
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    Do they give free home delivery?
     
  10. Liam Blanden

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    Grays online have warehouses in all major cities. Dead set, its the best way to get quality stuff for up to 70% off. Just need a bit of patience and a trailer. :D
     
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    Joe you can just marry one.........if you're lucky they'll be cheap and trouble free lol.
     
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    I hear paper plates are a good alternative.
     
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    I vote dishlex

    Have had expensive fancy dish washers that were useless,

    however, never dishlex is a clear winner
     
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    We put Dishlex into IPs. No problems so far. For home, Akso.
     
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    Just put a Dishlex into latest IP. Used to be a big name brand, not sure how much clout they still have though. Out of the three you mention Dishlex is the "name" brand.
     
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    Dishlex in IP 3years and still running strong
     
  17. joe2030

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    Thanks everyone, the Dishlex sounds good. I just knew the benchtop depth is 600mm and the Dishlex is 625mm, 25mm over. The omega 594mm will be fitted perfectly.
     
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    I think you have your measurements mucked up .all dishwashers mentioned are to fit into 600mm wide spaces .the size for the dishlex is incorrect .
     
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    Sounds like my customers - want tyres that are cheap, that last 100,000km's, stick like shoit to a blanket, and make no noise at all. :D
     
  20. larrylarry

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    Yes. Dishlex is reliable. I have one in my former ppor, then bought the same for the current ppor and bought another for IP.