Quiet and Efficient
Running at a soothing 45 dBA, this dishwasher is whisper-quiet enough to run in the morning or evening without waking the whole house.
Sleek and Simple Stainless Steel Tub
The stainless steel tub is easier to clean, reduces wash cycle noise and can tolerate higher hot water temperatures, meaning cleaner dishes with less hassle and a sleeker look.
Looks Good, Works Hard
This chic stainless steel Kenmore dishwasher uses 360 PowerWash Technology, UltraWash HE, and TurboZone to tackle tough stuck-on food and deliver focused cleaning to the entire dishwasher, even the upper rack and large dishes down below. No more re-washing or pre-scrubbing.
Actually Dries the Dishes
SmartDry heated drying technology chooses the optimal dry cycle based on the wash cycle selection, saving you time and energy. No more wiping down dishes before putting them away.
Fits All of the Dishes
With a large enough capacity to handle up to 12 full place settings, you can pack in all the after-dinner dishes, even dessert bowls and that empty awkward casserole dish.
The advertised 45 decibels is accurate. I have to listen closely to see if it is running. Large capacity shelves. Easy to install. If you have an existing dishwasher and a supply line in good condition ( I have a copper line) them yu may only need the hose to fitting adapter. I used the one out of the kit and will use the other parts for other projects. We wanted bisque color which limited our selection. But we are very happy with this unit. We use the smart dry option and everything comes out dry including plastic. Do make sure you stack items so water doesn't sit on top of them as the instructions say. The one complaint is the long run time which is almost 3 hours on normal wish. It has t been a problem as we make sure we start the cycle soon enough to use the dishes. There is a quick wash cycle but we haven't used it. I would actually take a few decibels louder if the unit was faster. But again the length hasn't caused a problem yet.
This dishwasher takes forever for a normal cycle and does a crappy job of washing the dishes. Additionally the controls are very hard to operate. Would not buy this product again.
Review after having it for 2 yrs. This product does fail job on cleaning, but doesn't seem being lasting long. Within 2 yrs some parts start to fail/break. The accessories on top rack are very fragile. Now I have to call the custom service for the replacements of clips/ adjusters, etc.
I waited a year to review this dishwasher to have a better idea of how it performs. At this point it's clearly been the best dishwasher we've ever owned. We use Finish dishwasher tablets. The multiple turning heads on the arms allow all the dishes and bowls to be cleaned even if they're not in the "ideal" positions or if they're somewhat crowded. The Turbo Zone is very good for cleaning large items that I'd have to do by hand in the past. It's also very quiet and it doesn't bother us if we're in the next room watching TV. Some users have complained that it takes a long time to run the regular cycle which for us is a little over 3 hours. With the Turbo Zone option on it's over four hours. However we run it at night after dinner so it really doesn't matter. If we need to run it earlier the quick cycle is about 90 minutes, although some items aren't completely dry in that short time. If you're looking for a dishwasher that performs well, does so quietly, and doesn't use a lot of energy, I unreservedly recommend this one.
Sears is terrible. Customer service reads from a script and gives you the run around. Couldn’t tell me when my product would be delivered and refused to process a refund. Offered additional discounts and kept insisting that I give it another day. Left me on endless hold to avoid processing the refund.
The wash time is lengthy and I can’t get the dishwasher to dry the dishes