This highly recommended integrated dishwasher from Beko is standard sized and holds 12 place settings. It has 5 programmes and 4 temperature settings. It uses 1.03 kWh of electricity and 14 litres of water per cycle. This model costs £43.26 a year to use (which is about average for a standard sized machine). It runs quietly at 49dB and has an energy efficiency rating of A+. It has an A efficiency level for washing and drying. The dimensions are (H)82.0 x (W)60.0 x (D)55.0 cm.
This built in Beko is a great budget dishwasher – some customers found integrating it into their kitchen and attaching the unit door a little tricky but got there in the end without help (and that really is about the only negative). It has a 58 minute standard cycle as well as a 30 minute quick wash and an intensive wash cycle. It also offers pre- wash and half load options. The display panel is electronic with LED display and customers said it was very easy to use. Owners also said they thought this Beko was just as good as other better known brands and not to be put off by the fact it is cheap!
The Beko DW603 features adjustable racking, fold down racks to accommodate larger items such a pans or a lasagne dish and a height adjustable top basket which gives more space for those extra -long stemmed wine glasses for example (the basket adjusts with a simple lever click system).
This dishwasher also has an anti-flood device so that leaks are detected and the water is shut off preventing mini floods in the kitchen. It has a salt level indicator and a rinse aid indicator. It uses residual heat to dry the dishes. The Beko DW603 Standard Dishwasher is economical to use, comes at a budget price of £199 and is universally loved by buyers. Take a look at the video below if you still need convincing…
It's one of the cheapest built in dishwashers on the market (that also happens to be good)!
Plenty of features
A+ Energy Efficiency Rating
Fully adjustable interior layout
The door can be a little tricky to fit (but once it's done it's plain sailing from there onwards)