Danby's 18 ENERGY STAR rated compliant low-water consumption dishwasher saves time and money. This all-black, built-in dishwasher holds up to 8 place settings and one silverware basket. It has six wash cycles to choose from: heavy, normal, eco, glass, rapid, and rinse; 4 hot water temperature options plus sanitize mode (up to 156F/69C). This dishwasher is durable and built to last with its stainless-steel tub. The dishwasher is designed to operate at 52 decibels, which creates less noise and disturbance than the volume of a normal conversation. The delay-start feature lets you pre-select the desired start time, so your dishes get washed on your schedule. With smart wash technology, dirty dishes are automatically detected, and a wash cycle similar to a short wash is performed. Take the pain out of washing dishes with the Danby 18 built-in low-water consumption dishwasher.
- Space-saving 18 wide built-in dishwasher for small space living
- 8 place setting capacity and silverware basket
- ENERGY STAR compliant with low water consumption
- Electronic controls with digital display, provide easy select options with the touch of a button
- Delay start feature: washing dishes shouldn't be a chore, schedule your washing around your schedule
- 6 convenient wash cycles: heavy, normal, eco, glass, rapid and rinse
- 4 hot water temperature options + Sanitize option (up to 156F/69C)
- 4 hot water temperature options and sanitize mode (up to 156F/69C)
- Stainless steel inner tub for maximum durability
- Designed to operate at 52 decibels, less noise than a normal conversation.
- 12-month warranty on parts and labor with in-home service
Energy Star Rated:
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