Hotpoint LSTF9H126CL Review


Hotpoint LSTF9H126CL
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  • Rated 4 stars
  • Excellent
£389
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  • Hotpoint LSTF9H126CL
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  • Last modified: July 9, 2017
  • Build Quality
    Editor: 89%
  • Features
    Editor: 92%
  • Ease of Use
    Editor: 87%
  • Quietness
    Editor: 94%
  • Performance
    Editor: 90%
  • Value for Money
    Editor: 89%

Review Summary:

With the Hotpoint LSTF9H126CL, you have a reasonably priced slimline dishwasher that comes with a ton of great features. It has a wide selection of washing cycles and it performs well for just about all of the cleaning jobs that you put it to. When you consider the quality of the results and the fact that you get advanced features like sensor washing, it makes this machine an exceptional value for the money spent.

For an integrated slimline model, the Hotpoint LSTF9H126CL is a machine that offers a lot to like. It comes with a wide selection of programs and it has some handy features that can make this machine more versatile. Additionally, it is one of the more efficient slimline machines. It uses as a little as 9L water per load and it is estimated to use a low 211 kilowatt hours of electricity per year.

The interior is designed well, and it has racks that help the user to get the most from the space that is provided. You have different tip-up compartments and folding racks, plus it has the height-adjustable top basket. Hotpoint equipped this machine with versatile interior racks, and it is easy to load.

For the price, the LSTF9H126CL comes with a great selection of programs and washing options. This model has nine programs from which the user can choose. This not only covers all of the basic options, but it also has special programs like sensor washing for normal and intensive, a 30-minute quick wash, delicate, a night program and ultra intensive. For optional features, you get an intensive zone setting, half load and it has a delay start timer.

All of these cycles perform fairly well. The auto sensor wash settings will work great for most of your washing jobs, and quick wash is good for getting some dishes clean in a hurry. You can also use the eco wash for saving money, but it does take about three hours for this cycle to complete.

The LSTF9H126CL from Hotpoint is fairly easy to use, but the control system could be streamlined. You have one button for cycling through the programs, and with nine settings, it can be a bit of a pain if you pass the one that you need. After picking the program, you can select features like half load or intensive zone with their individual buttons and then push the start button. It is not necessarily a bad control setup, but it could be better.

From the standpoint of design, this is a good machine. It is well made and with very little maintenance, it could last the user a long time. The interior is stainless steel and it has overflow protection. As a further point, this machine runs quietly, so there it should not be a problem if the kitchen and lounge area are close together.

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Pros

10 place setting capacity
Sensor washing
Delicate cycle
Ultra intensive cycle
Quick wash
Intensive zone wash
Half load feature
Height-adjustable top basket
Overflow protection
Runs quiet
A++ energy rating

Cons

Controls could be better

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