Bosch SMS66MW01A White Freestanding Dishwasher $894.90 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ The Good Guys eBay

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I've been looking for a new dishwasher and came across this highly rated German made Bosch dishwasher (Reviews at https://www.google.com/shopping/product/8767668969732355344/...). Most reviewers are impressed with how quiet it is and how well it cleans.

Selling for over $1000 at Harvey Norman, JB HiFi etc.

$942 at The Good Guys, ending today. Apply the PUSH5 code through their eBay store to bring it down below $900 (Click and Collect) and the cheapest historically that I have been able to find. Was just over $900 in a previous deal: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/335640

I'm picking mine up this afternoon!

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    I would never buy anything from Good Guys ebay without the 20% off sale they have time to time. It always works out to be cheaper even if they price jack.

    This diswasher was release in 2017. I believe Bosch have newer models available which is why they have decreased in price. I think I saw a few at Harvey Norman and Domayne.

  • +2 votes

    Seeing as dishwashing is mostly mechanical action and a mature device technologically speaking, there is no particular need to have the latest version.
    If anything two years is a good amount of time for any adjustments and revisions to be implemented with the model.

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      I try to always make the time to comment that as a user of 4 years of tge bottom of the line Turkish made one (can be found under 600 at times) I domt see the need for anyone to go over that. Its a great dishwasher.

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        You are talking about the roughly $600 basic Bosch model right?
        That one won the Choice award.

        • +1 vote

          Yeah that one, i had one for 4.5 years and have a close relative that has had theirs for 5.5 now and it washes great even on the 30 min wash, is relatively quiet (compared to the f&P I have now), has a delay timer, and dries well even on the short wash (which the f&P sadly doesnt do either). The F&P is only just not worth upgrading from, but I can say for 600 bucks its crossed my many times. I ahve also had a teka, which was better, but still not up to the bottom bosch.

          In fact the only issue I have ever had with it is after a few years my glasses have become (not sure if this is the correct word) crazed? I think they may just be cheap glasses, nothing i do seems to fix it.

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      Agree.

      Having just repaired my Bosch due to a rat eating the water outlet pipe (which requires a significant teardown to replace), I'm now aware of how STUPIDLY simple the components inside it are.

      There is no need for manufacturers to update this more than once every 5 years, if not 10 years! The only reason they are updated is to drive consumer spending by leveraging the "I must have the latest and greatest!" mentality. In truth, I feel that most changes are to move manufacturing centres and try to cut corners with thinner metal/plastic, worse components, etc. They update the internal basket layout a bit too.. but that's because they aren't nice enough to make a perfect layout right now (which they could do) - there are always things that just don't make sense with the layout and you simply learn to deal with it.

      FWIW: Bosch are great for determining which part is the one you need to buy and sending it to you (at a price). Although the staff are a bit clueless, I spoke to three of them, the system they have to locate parts seems to be good (actually, the bosch website is really good for this anyway).

  • -3 votes

    It is old tech already compared with LG Quad wash.

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    I have a very close relative of this one - S6, slightly diff buttons is all - and it doesn't dry plastics at all well. I really wish I'd paid more and got the Asko with the front door vent for letting the humid air escape at the end of the cycle.

    Oh well.

    • +1 vote

      We have a dishlex with a front door vent. It's still rubbish at plastics. I always have to put them into dish tray on my kitchen bench and come back for them later.

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        I had a Miele that pushed the door open a few cm and then the fan blew it out, and it worked a treat. Bur like all Miele stuff we've had, it was unreliable and cost a FORTUNE to repair, so we didn't and bought the Bosch instead for not much more than the Meile repair costs.