Indesit ICD661 Review

If you are short of space and wouldn’t normally be able to fit another appliance in your kitchen and so have ruled out a dishwasher, think again. A tabletop dishwasher is the answer. The tabletop dishwasher will fit neatly on your counter between your cupboards. The indesit idc661 is just 43.8 x 55 x 50 cm and holds a surprising 6 place settings, 6 bowls plates cups and side plates plus cutlery. It boasts 6 programmes and 2 temperature settings. The programmes include an eco wash at 55° and a rapid wash which washes at 40° and takes just 35 minutes, there is also a glass care programme at 45°. This dishwasher has adjustable racking in that the top rack has two height settings to enable you to put in your larger bowls and glasses and has a cutlery basket. Other programmes include a standard wash at 60_°.

The indesit idc661 costs £28.05 a year to run based on 15.44 p per unit. It uses 0.63 kWh per cycle and 8.5 litres water per cycle. This works out at 187 kWh and 2492 litres water per annum. It runs at 55 db. This dishwasher features an anti leak sensor to avoid any floods, it has a salt indicator and rinse aid indicator. It has a delay timer and LED display panel. The dishwasher has been awarded an A energy efficiency level. It has A level for washing and drying performance.

Customers said they were on the whole pleased with the appliance, they said it did the job quite well and noise was only to be expected because of its size. A common problem seemed to be fitting 10.5″ plates into the dishwasher but customers said that by turning them round and fitting them at an angle they were able to manage. Most were delighted with it’s size. There was one complaint about poor quality materials used in the build but since the machine is reasonably efficient and comes at a budget price should not be too much of a problem. The indesit idc 661 cones with a years manufacturer warranty and retails at a cheerful £184.

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