Sound Dishwashing Sense from Beko

Sound Dishwashing Sense from Beko

Sound Dishwashing Sense from Beko

With the cost of living continuing to rise, entertaining friends and family at home is the new eating out. However, if the thought of all that washing up is putting you off sending out an invitation, Beko has just the solution with it DW686 dishwasher.

This low energy consumption model can tackle up to 13 place settings worth of washing up in one go and with its excellent energy rating and low 10 litre water consumption, it will not only be convenient and save time but also help keep bills down. This dishwasher’s low operating noise level of just 44dB means you can leave it to take care of the dirty dishes without disturbing your guests, and have all the washing up cleared away before they even leave.

Key Features

  • 13 place setting capacity
  • Low 10 litre water consumption
  • Cold fill
  • 44dB operating noise level
  • 8 programmes
  • Folding plate supports to accommodate large crockery
  • HxWxD: 820x598x548

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