SPT Countertop Dishwasher, White

SPT Countertop Dishwasher, White

Product Description
Perfect for apartments, office kitchens or any small-sized kitchens; offers full-size power in a compact design. With a height of only 17.24-inch, this unit will fit between most countertop and cabinetry. Spacious cavity loads up to six standard place settings. features easy controls, durable stainless steel interior and water temperature up to 148-Degree F. Quick connect to any kitchen faucet eliminates the need for direct plumbing or permanent installation .”Perfect for apartments, office kitchens or any small-sized kitchens; offers full-size power in a compact design. With a height of only 17.24-inch, this unit will fit between most countertop and cabinetry. Spacious cavity loads up to six standard place settings. features easy controls, durable stainless steel interior and water temperature up to 148-Degree F. Quick connect to any kitchen faucet eliminates the need for direct plumbing or permanent installation. Our faucet adapter fits standard size Aerator openings for both the male and female connections. The sizes: Male 15/16″”; Female 55/64″”. As long as your faucet has a removable Aerator they should be able to connect the faucet adapter. For a standard faucet head with a side/detached sprayer: While attached to the standard faucet, some detached sprayers will have water start coming out of them due to the line pressure. This is from the design of those faucets to redirect the water pressure from the main faucet head to the side sprayer. If you have a side sprayer, you will most likely need to install a water line that is separated from the sprayer.”

Price: $199.99

  • Economical – features an efficient design that?s Energy Star certified
  • Space saving – fits between most standard countertops and cabinetry
  • Sleek silver finish is ideal for any contemporary kitchen
  • Comes with 6 wash cycles, so you can choose the one that?ll most effectively clean your dishes
  • Durable stainless steel interior

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  1. 540 of 552 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Appliance Love Story, July 11, 2013

    By Lola Heart (NYC) –

    This review is from: SPT Countertop Dishwasher, White (Misc.)

    My dislike of doing dishes turned most of the counter space of my small Manhattan kitchen into physics-defying stacks of procrastination. This countertop dishwasher takes up about 60% of usable counter space in my apartment, a sacrifice I’m willing to make but for city dwellers, definitely measure it out.

    This unit is perfect for one to two people. My loaner husband no longer lives next door to me so I was apprehensive about installing the faucet adaptor myself, turns out it was a cinch. I found a helpful video online which showed the tool I needed to get: […]

    Normally I don’t read manuals, this one I read cover to cover. Some of the typos and wording are good for a laugh and its focus is on how to load a hypothetically uniform set of dishes no one actually owns. Fortunately, the Amazon community helped me fill in the blanks, I’m very grateful for their assistance. Here’s what I learned from them and from using the machine:

    1. Turn on your hot water all the way when you’ve got it set up and are ready to run it. The cold water will tax the motor.

    2. If you’re using Cascade Complete gel packs, those go in the detergent compartment on the door. There’s a little basket on the left side that’s for dishwashing tablets. The reason I like the Cascade Complete Gel Packs is it’s got everything in it, including the rinse agent that keeps your glasses from streaking.

    3. You don’t have to stress out if you don’t turn the faucet off immediately after the cycle is done. Water won’t continue to run. I mean, I wouldn’t go on vacation without turning off the faucet but you don’t have to obsess that there’s going to be some water pressure build-up that’s going to shoot your shiny new countertop dishwasher into space if you’re absorbed in another activity.

    4. It doesn’t dry plastic, but does dry my plates and pots. A few times I rinsed a couple of dishes again, they were super shiny so I was suspicious maybe the Cascade Gel Pack left some residue, so basically I ran them under water again because they looked too clean, starting to worry that I have trust issues.

    5. The packaging is so sturdy, Wile E. Coyote could have dropped an anvil on it and it would have been fine. I’ve received mutilated deliveries from other companies with everything from footprints on top of the box to holes where the fork lift went through it. This can withstand whatever fury the delivery company dishes out.

    6. The adaptor on your faucet takes getting used to. It produces a very strong stream of water so you only need to turn your faucet on a little to use it. I’ve already had a few accidental wet t-shirt contests but the good news is I won.

    7. It’s very quiet. Sometimes too quiet, I get paranoid it’s not running but it is, it’s just using its indoor voice. There’s about a minute total where there’s audible noise.

    8. The hoses that connect from the unit to the faucet are annoyingly stiff. It’s good to know that it’s not going to spring a leak any time in the near future but I have to figure out some hook system to make them less obtrusive.

    9. There’s a plastic warning in the manual and one of my Tupperware lids didn’t make it. It was probably eighteen years old so it lived a good life. I’ve washed plenty of other plastic items that made it out just fine.

    10. Don’t forget to turn the power on the dishwasher off before you unload it. If you don’t, it makes this annoying beeping sound that the manual describes as “mooing”. I assure you, there are no barnyard sounds with this machine.

    I’m very happy with my purchase. I would give it 4 and 3/4 stars because of the hose, amount of counter space it takes up and its not drying everything 100% completely. It’s not perfect, but it’s very close and what more could a girl ask for.

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  2. 298 of 304 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for 1-2 people, July 13, 2013

    By A. Gillis
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    This review is from: SPT Countertop Dishwasher, Silver (Misc.)

    I HATE doing dishes. It’s probably my least favorite chore, and two years in an apartment without a dishwasher was torture. I finally caved and decided to buy one. The only kind within my budget and size restrictions was a countertop dishwasher, and after a little research I chose this one. I bought it over a year ago, and wanted to wait a while before reviewing to see how well it held up over time. The short story is that I absolutely love it, and really have no complaints. Here are some details:
    -Setup was fairly simple, but I did have to have my brother lift it onto the counter (I’m not very strong). Otherwise, putting the few pieces together was a snap.
    -I was concerned about taking the attachment on and off the faucet, but it is extremely easy and only takes a second.
    -My water comes out very hot in my apartment, so I’ve never had an issue but I would make sure the water is hot for use.
    -The booklet/manual that comes with the dishwasher is actually very helpful, and I use it quite a bit.
    -If you overload or load things right next to each other, sometimes dishes will not get fully clean. However, this is true with any dishwasher. I have found that you can get creative with what you put in and how. Don’t be afraid to experiment.
    -I have washed everything from tupperware to heavy pots and pans with success.
    -If you let food dry on dishes, it may not come off if you just put it in without presoaking/scrubbing. If you put dishes in immediately and just scrape excess food off before hand, they get squeaky clean. No pre-scrubbing needed.
    -It’s never broken down.
    -Easy to clean.
    -It runs quietly, and beeps when it’s finished.
    -TURN OFF THE FAUCET BEFORE DETACHING THE HOSE. May seem like common sense, but common sense hasn’t stopped me from being sprayed in the face a couple times…
    -The setting I generally use takes about an hour and a half to finish.

    Honestly, I have said numerous times this dishwasher was the best $250 I ever spent in my life. I use it all the time, and it makes my life so much easier.

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  3. 657 of 672 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    SPT Countertop Dishwasher Model: SD-2201W, October 10, 2011

    By stkeys

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    This review is from: SPT Countertop Dishwasher, White (Misc.)

    I have had this dishwasher only a week. I am using in it from Walmart – The Great Value Dishwasher Powder and The Great Value Rinse Agent.

    This dishwasher appears to be very well made but, as I said I have only had it a week and time will tell how durable it really is.

    As for cleaning a large load of dishes this dishwasher does an outstanding job! Does it hold up to six place settings? Everybody’s dishes are different and it holds about four and then some for me. For those of you who are wondering if this washer drains the water by gravity or it is pumped out I believe it is pumped out but, I could not find any documentation on this. Very easy to hookup to you kitchen faucet. Does a great job drying the dishes.

    Update 10/26/2011: Dishwasher performs perfectly! Here are some additional thoughts – It says it in the directions that come with the dishwasher but make sure you add your dishwasher powder just before you start the wash not 2 hours earlier or it will harden.

    Update: 10/2/2013 Still works as great as the day I got it.

    Update: 10/10/2014 Still works as great as the day I got it.

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