Beko DIS15010 Review


Beko DIS15010
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  • Rated 4 stars
  • Excellent
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  • Last modified: July 9, 2017
  • Build Quality
    Editor: 87%
  • Features
    Editor: 86%
  • Ease of Use
    Editor: 88%
  • Quietness
    Editor: 88%
  • Performance
    Editor: 90%
  • Value for Money
    Editor: 89%

Review Summary:

If you are looking for an integrated slimline machine that is affordable, then the Beko DIS15010 is a good option. It certainly is not the most advanced dishwasher that you could buy, but it comes with all of the basic features and programs, and it does perform well. For the price, this Beko dishwasher offers a great value for buyers that just want a basic machine to clean their dishes.

While it certainly is not perfect, the Beko DIS15010 slimline dishwasher does offer a nice affordable option for homes that are limited on space. The buyer gets all of the program options that they need, and the machine does provide good results in regard to cleaning.

With a slimline model, you are obviously going to be limited on interior space. The racking options on this model should be adequate for most homes, but it does lack some of the versatility of the more expensive slimline models. However, it does have folding racks and a height-adjustable top basket. Some large items might be a trick to get in, and if you are washing a large pot or pan, you are probably going to need to remove the cutlery basket.

This model is somewhat basic when it comes to the features and programs, but most buyers will find that it comes with everything that they need. The DIS15010 has five programs, and they perform well for the intended function. It has the intensive wash for heavily soiled dishes, you have a 30-minute quick wash, an eco program for saving money and it has Quick & Clean and Quick & Shine, which are your normal settings.

The DIS15010 from Beko does deliver good results for cleaning. As a nice add on, you can also run this machine with the half load option. Each program does its task well, but the eco program does have a long running time. At three and a half hours, some users will find this to be longer than they are willing to wait. Other than the eco program, the cycle times are about average.

For the most part, this machine is user-friendly. Loading the machine is relatively easy, but with more adjustable options, it would be a little more convenient. The controls are fairly simple and users will not have a hard time learning how to use it. You have a single button for selecting the program, a button for adding the half load feature and a button for the delay start timer. There is no countdown timer on the display, but it does have indicators to show the options that have been selected and to let the user know when it is time to refill the salt and rinse aid.

For efficiency, this machine is about average. It provides decent performance in regard to energy consumption, using an estimated 237 kilowatt hours per year. On water consumption, it uses about 13L of water per cycle, which isn’t bad, but it is a bit much for a slimline machine.

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Pros

10 place setting capacity
Intensive wash
30-minute quick wash
Height-adjustable top basket
Half load option
Delay start timer
Removable cutlery basket
Anti flood protection
A+ energy rating

Cons

Economy cycle runs a little long
Interior space could be managed better

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