Miele Fully Integrated Futura Series Classic Plus Dishwasher
Complement the chic decor of the kitchen with this Miele panel-ready built-in dishwasher with a fully integrated control console. Upgraded from Miele's previous models, this new and improved model features Miele's new Pro Pump which supports the quick-wash cycle. In 31 minutes, dishes are not only washed but dried too, making it perfectly convenient when entertaining guests. And at a super-quiet sound rating of 46 dBA, every story and laugh will be enjoyed while the dishwasher is running.
In the included cutlery tray, each piece of cutlery is cradled separately to prevent scratches, while being cleaned thoroughly and dried to perfection. The cutlery tray can be easily removed at the end of the cycle to make the putting away easier. The cutlery tray is part of the FlexiCare design which also includes a height-adjustable upper rack with a fixed row of spikes in the upper rack and a cup rack on the left hand side, a silverware basket, and the MultiComfort zone in the lower basket with fixed spikes. This dishwasher is loaded with convenient features and will look great in any kitchen.
A brand is like an enduring promise that needs to be fulfilled continuously. Miele adheres to this promise with the utmost commitment. For more than 115 years, Miele stands for highest product quality. Miele - that means durability, reliability, security and peace of mind. As part of this philosophy, Miele avows itself to Germany as its center of production. Ninety percent of the total value creation is generated here. "Made in Germany" is a promise of quality and Miele strives to fulfill the high requirements of their customers and provide them with appliances of the highest quality and tested durability to make their lives more comfortable. Available at AJ Madison.
This dishwasher uses 270 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $32.67.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on 4 wash loads a week and a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.121 cents per kWh.
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