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Appliances Connection [appliancesconnection.com] has a Bosch SHXM78W56N800 Series 24 Inch Built In Bar Handle Dishwasher with 6 Wash Cycles, 16 Place Settings, Energy Star Certified, Energy Star, AquaStop, InfoLight, Delay Start, RackMatic, Precision Spray Arms, EcoSilence Motor, Flexible 3rd Rack, Bar Handle in Black on sale for $689 (With $50 Mail-In Rebate) + Free Shipping

https://www.appliancesconnection....8w56n.html

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Any info about durability of plastic front? My kids destroyed a black plastic front on our Whirlpool. Scratches are visible and the buttons also failed.
I bought an 800 series last year and I definitely recommend Bosch! I have a 2 year old and 10 month old so I got the pocket handle because the controls are on the top and the kid's can't press the buttons when it's closed. I also have the regular stainless steel, which has been great, but I can't speak about the black.

The dishwasher cleans everything and the sanitize feature is excellent for baby bottles and sippy cups, etc. The dishwasher is so quiet that I forget it's on! However, there is a small red light projected down on the floor when it's running, which is a neat feature.

I'm able to fit an entire day's worth of dishes no problem and the flexible racks are adjustable for large items. There is some water left on a few things when it's finished. For example, coffee mugs, but if you angle them like the instructions advise, the water should slide right off.

Overall, the Bosch removes water just as good as our old GE unit that had a heating element. Plus, the Bosch is more flexible because we can put plastics in the bottom rack and not worry about them melting.
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I was doing a google search about this mode and came across this:

https://www.discountbandit.com/sh...leShopping

Is this company/site reliable at all?
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I recently bought a Bosch 800 series for $1100 so this is a great deal. However, a stainless steel front finish vs black plastic - which may be a deal breaker for most. Overall I'd say I'm very satisfied (coming from a high end Miele that lasted 20 years).

Pros:
-Very quiet
-Cleans excellent
3rd rack is biggest in industry (takes small bowls and big cooking utensils. Gets used everyday. Thought I'd simply take it out but prob best feature.
-Red dot that signifies cycle great, I thought it was going to be just a gimmick but it's useful.

Cons:
- "touch" buttons are annoyingly unpredictable. They work but took some getting used to. Too soft doesn't register. Too hard or quick, doesn't register. It's like the Goldilocks of buttons.
- every time you open the door it stops the cycle plan. Gotta press start again each time-even before cycle starts like on delay. Annoying coming from a Miele that didn't.

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-Also another difference is mine has Crystal Dry, this has Extra Dry. Don't know the diff. I'd say mine dries to expectation. All non plastic bone dry with and without rinse aid. Plastic Tupperware slightly wet but to me that's expected, with all makes and models.

If you have a black plastic facade kitchen already. This is a steal. Also since most of you like me are cheap AF, it's an easy install for DIY. Just make sure if you don't have a hole cutter to get one as the waste hose needs to go up like ~40" in the cabinet per instructions to avoid back suction. Had to cut a new hole.
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Just FYI - I ordered the last time a sale came up (March 23rd) and they still have not shipped my dishwasher. They don't tell you that what they are selling is on back-order, so if you need one now then you should call to make sure that it is in stock.
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Just FYI. This model doesn't appear to have crystaldry or auto open. I think that means it's pre 2019. No big deal if you are willing to open the door when it's done so that it dries better.
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Is this last year model?
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Just FYI. This model doesn't appear to have crystaldry or auto open. I think that means it's pre 2019. No big deal if you are willing to open the door when it's done so that it dries better.
Yes, this is older model. I ordered new model 800 with crystal dry for 934.
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I bought an 800 series last year and I definitely recommend Bosch! I have a 2 year old and 10 month old so I got the pocket handle because the controls are on the top and the kid's can't press the buttons when it's closed. I also have the regular stainless steel, which has been great, but I can't speak about the black.

The dishwasher cleans everything and the sanitize feature is excellent for baby bottles and sippy cups, etc. The dishwasher is so quiet that I forget it's on! However, there is a small red light projected down on the floor when it's running, which is a neat feature.

I'm able to fit an entire day's worth of dishes no problem and the flexible racks are adjustable for large items. There is some water left on a few things when it's finished. For example, coffee mugs, but if you angle them like the instructions advise, the water should slide right off.

Overall, the Bosch removes water just as good as our old GE unit that had a heating element. Plus, the Bosch is more flexible because we can put plastics in the bottom rack and not worry about them melting.
Thank you for the information. I think I will wait for a STL STL one, even if I have to pay additional.
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Hmmm. I just ordered a refrigerator from Home Depot a few days ago, but it's back ordered for about a month. Maybe I should cancel it and order from these dudes. It's slightly cheaper and they say it's in stock.
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Need stainless badly.
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I recently bought a Bosch 800 series for $1100 so this is a great deal. However, a stainless steel front finish vs black plastic - which may be a deal breaker for most. Overall I'd say I'm very satisfied (coming from a high end Miele that lasted 20 years).

Pros:
-Very quiet
-Cleans excellent
3rd rack is biggest in industry (takes small bowls and big cooking utensils. Gets used everyday. Thought I'd simply take it out but prob best feature.
-Red dot that signifies cycle great, I thought it was going to be just a gimmick but it's useful.

Cons:
- "touch" buttons are annoyingly unpredictable. They work but took some getting used to. Too soft doesn't register. Too hard or quick, doesn't register. It's like the Goldilocks of buttons.
- every time you open the door it stops the cycle plan. Gotta press start again each time-even before cycle starts like on delay. Annoying coming from a Miele that didn't.

Neutral:
-Also another difference is mine has Crystal Dry, this has Extra Dry. Don't know the diff. I'd say mine dries to expectation. All non plastic bone dry with and without rinse aid. Plastic Tupperware slightly wet but to me that's expected, with all makes and models.

If you have a black plastic facade kitchen already. This is a steal. Also since most of you like me are cheap AF, it's an easy install for DIY. Just make sure if you don't have a hole cutter to get one as the waste hose needs to go up like ~40" in the cabinet per instructions to avoid back suction. Had to cut a new hole.
Thanks for the info.

You're right about the color - it is a deal breaker for my wife.

I think this is the stainless steel version of the model

https://www.appliancesconnection....8zd5n.html

And it costs quite a bit more
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I bought an 800 series last year and I definitely recommend Bosch! I have a 2 year old and 10 month old so I got the pocket handle because the controls are on the top and the kid's can't press the buttons when it's closed. I also have the regular stainless steel, which has been great, but I can't speak about the black.

The dishwasher cleans everything and the sanitize feature is excellent for baby bottles and sippy cups, etc. The dishwasher is so quiet that I forget it's on! However, there is a small red light projected down on the floor when it's running, which is a neat feature.

I'm able to fit an entire day's worth of dishes no problem and the flexible racks are adjustable for large items. There is some water left on a few things when it's finished. For example, coffee mugs, but if you angle them like the instructions advise, the water should slide right off.

Overall, the Bosch removes water just as good as our old GE unit that had a heating element. Plus, the Bosch is more flexible because we can put plastics in the bottom rack and not worry about them melting.
We've still managed to melt plastic on the bottom in our 800. The obscured heating elements is a great design! But note that ceramics and metals will get very hot despite that so don't let your plastics touch them. Might be common sense to most but live and learn!
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Is this black or black stainless?
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Yes, this is older model. I ordered new model 800 with crystal dry for 934.
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