Best Dishwashers 2019 | The Sun UK

IT'S worth investing in kitchen appliances that help save time and effort.

And what's more, by investing in a dishwasher, it means you'll have more quality time to spend with your family.

The best dishwashers will make light work of cleaning your dishes with no elbow grease needed.

Of course dishwashers aren't a necessity, but nobody enjoys spending more time in the kitchen than they have to, especially when it involves washing the dishes by hand.

Although most seriously impressive offerings can cost a pretty penny, you don't need to necessarily splash major cash on a dishwasher that does its job well without frills.

So whether you've got cash to splash or you're on a tighter budget, there is a decent one out there for all.

Take a look through our rundown of best dishwashers below, judged by our expert opinion and user ratings, before making your investment.

Best for being economical with water

If you've got a Smart Meter fitted, you'll be able to see for yourself how economical this dishwasher is – don't just take our word for it.

Energy and water consumption isn't high, but it doesn't compromise on how well it cleans, which is often a worry.

The other plus is how quiet it is – you'll no doubt want some peace to go with all that saved time.

  • Beko Standard Dishwasher, £279 from Boots Kitchen Appliances – buy here

Most innovative

This dishwasher is pretty pricey, but it's got a lot going for it.

If you have mobility issues, or you don't like to bend, you'll love how the lower rack lifts up to allow you to unload it much more easily without straining your back.

If surprise guests pop round and you need freshly cleaned plates quickly, features include a cutlery basket, and you'll be a fan of the TimeSaver function which can half the cycle time.

With a good energy rating too, it's a pretty impressive all-rounder, so it's only the price that could be a slight downside.

  • AEG Integrated Comfort Lift Dishwasher, £720 from John Lewis – buy here

Best overall

This dishwasher is a class act.

It's got space for 14 place settings, doesn't use unnecessary amounts of water and looks after your wine glasses with its special technology that won't leave marks behind – a real gripe of ours – although only time will tell with that one.

The baskets are flexible, so you can easily manoeuvre to make room for odd-shaped items like chopping boards.

Once the cycle has finished (notably quietly), the door will automatically be opening the door to help your crockery dry and let you know the cycle is finished.

  • Miele White Dishwasher, £999 from Marks Electrical – buy here

Quietest dishwasher

If it's peace and quiet you're after, this dishwasher can help.

It won't gurgle loudly over your TV or interrupt conversation, as it's been fitted with a quiet brushless motor that also helps it be more energy efficient. So not only is it super quiet, it's better for the environment too. Win win.

  • Bosch Freestanding Dishwasher, £449 from John Lewis – buy here

Best for keeping wine glasses intact

Wine glasses with long spindly stems are often left out of the dishwasher over worry about breakages.

This AEG appliance will put your concerns to rest.

One of its major features is SoftGrip, that grips your glasses, securing them in place to try and prevent damage being done to delicate stems.

It excels in other areas too, from its on-point energy rating to its speedy quick wash of 30 minutes –  a godsend when you're in a rush.

  • AEG FFE83700PM Full-Size Dishwasher, £699 from Currys – buy here

Best budget option

You'll be tough pushed to find a dishwasher any cheaper than this one by Bush that actually works.

It's one that's more reachable price-wise, but isn't going to fall apart after one wash cycle either.

Its look is sleek in black so won't look garish in your kitchen – unusual for cheaper appliances.

This dishwasher has some handy elements too from its A++ energy rating to save you money on bills, to its 30 minute quick wash program.

With a digital screen, you can see exactly how long is left too.

  • Bush Full Size Dishwasher, £199.99 from Argos – buy here

Best extra features

A dishwasher that boasts a lot of extra features and has been well thought out – hoorah!

You'll love the eco-wash setting, perfect for less dirty loads as it'll save time, energy and money where it's not needed.

The hidden front handle lights up blue when a cycle is in action, which is not only pretty snazzy, but is helpful so you don't yank the door open mid-wash.

The upper rack has lots of room for tall wine glasses too – what's not to like?

Naturally with this sort of smart appliance, you can control it from your phone – we don't see the huge benefit in this, but tech-lovers might see it as a cool extra.

  • SAMSUNG Full-size Integrated Dishwasher, £499 from Currys – buy here

What size are slimline dishwashers?

There's a perfect dishwasher for every home.

A slimline dishwasher is a smaller capacity dishwasher perfect for smaller homes.

It can vary in size by up to 15cm and can help you to save space if you are keen to fit in all the essentials.

What brand of dishwasher is the best?

We know that buying a dishwasher can be a tricky business.

And with so many brands out there, it's easy to get lost.

We recommend looking at the most popular and trusted brands on the market such as AEG, Bosch, and Samsung yo find your perfect item.

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