The Neff S58T40X0GB is a slimline dishwasher that performs well and it is built to last. This machine uses a number of different technologies to provide great cleaning results and it is an easy machine to use. All in all, it is a space saving dishwasher that does just as well as a full-sized machine.
The S58T40X0GB is a slimline machine, so you do have more limitations on interior space than you would expect from a full-sized machine. It can fit up to nine place settings, which should be good enough for smaller families, and it is easy to load. This machine has folding tines and specialized racks that help the user to get more in for one load, and the height-adjustable top basket does offer some more options. You might have some trouble with some of your larger pots and pans, but that is a compromise that comes with many of the slimline models.
The programs and features on this machine will be sufficient for most homes, but there are some popular options that are missing. For most of your washing, the automatic sensor wash is going to be good. Beyond that, you have an economy setting, a quick wash and it has a pre-rinse cycle. This machine does not have an intensive cycle, which may put some buyers off, however, the auto setting does have a max temperature of 65-degrees, so it should work for most purposes.
For features that you can add to a cycle, you have the delay start timer and VarioSpeed. The VarioSpeed option can be good for reducing cycle times and the delay timer offers the full 24 hours for setting the delay. As additional points, this machine uses load size detection and it has the Neff Sparkle glass protection. While it does not have a half load, the load size detection will adjust the operation for smaller loads.
This dishwasher from Neff is easy to operate. Each cycle has its own button, and you have buttons for the delay timer and the VarioSpeed option. It also has a display on the control panel to show the length of the cycle time and it has the InfoLight that shines on the floor when the machine is running.
As for efficiency, this slimline machine does well. On a full load, it can use as little as 9.5L of water, so it is one of the more water efficient machines out there. The electricity usage of this model is about average. It has an A+ rating on the label and it is estimate to use about 220 kilowatt hours per year.
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9 place setting capacity Automatic sensor washing 30-minute quick wash VarioSpeed Height-adjustable top basket Delay start timer InfoLight Auto load size detection Neff Sparkle glass protection DosageAssist Self-cleaning filter Overflow protection A+ energy rating
No independent setting for half loads, but it does have load size detection No intensive wash