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5 Best Energy Saving Dishwashers in the UK - November 2019

Updated 26 October 2019 by Matthew
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5 best energy saving dishwashers

Which Are the Best Energy Saving Dishwashers?

Don't have time to read our analysis of the best energy saving dishwashers? No problem, let's cut to the chase, the best energy saving dishwashers are:

  • 1) Siemens SC76M541EU - £748.92 eBay
  • 2) Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 -
  • 3) Hotpoint 9H123 - £338.74 Power Direct
  • 4) Beko DFS28R20W - £0.00
  • 5) Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E -

What Energy Saving Dishwasher to Buy in November 2019?

Let's take a look at the top 5 energy saving dishwashers currently for sale in the UK, compared side by side:

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Siemens SC76M541EU Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 Hotpoint 9H123 Beko DFS28R20W Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E
Siemens SC76M541EU Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 Hotpoint 9H123 Beko DFS28R20W Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E
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8
PLACE
SETTINGS
45dB
70°C
MAX
6
PLACE
SETTINGS
43dB
£257
OVER 10 YEARS
10
PLACE
SETTINGS
43dB
FULLY
BUILT-IN
£138
OVER 10 YEARS
10
PLACE
SETTINGS
46dB
9
PLACE
SETTINGS
48dB
70°C
MAX
85
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
73
Features
Good Features
66
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
66
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£290 Over 10 Years
76
Kagoo Score
Very Good
56
Brand Rating
Average Brand
71
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
68
Age
4 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£260 Over 10 Years
71
Kagoo Score
Very Good
93
Reviews
74 Reviews
75
Features
Good Features
78
Popularity
Lots of Positive Reviews
74
Value for Money
Good
71
Age
4 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£140 Over 10 Years
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent
95
Reviews
129 Reviews
71
Features
Good Features
80
Popularity
Lots of Positive Reviews
71
Value for Money
Good
77
Age
3 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£300 Over 10 Years
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent
90
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
70
Features
Good Features
86
Age
1 Year Old
98
Running Costs
£380 Over 10 Years
76
Kagoo Score
Very Good
An astoundingly economical to run and good spec 8 place setting, quiet dishwasher, good for individuals and couples. A good spec and remarkably economical to run 6 place setting, quiet dishwasher, good for individuals and couples. Purchasers report that this dishwasher cleansdishes well, it's very easy to use but really noisy. It's a classic and remarkably economical to run 10 place setting, quiet dishwasher, very good for individuals and couples. Our review analysis indicates that this dishwasher cleansdishes well and it's very quiet, and easy to use. It's an astoundingly economical to run and classic 10 place setting, average noise level dishwasher, with a good spec and a good price. A staggeringly economical to run but 2 year old 9 place setting, average noise level dishwasher, with a good spec.
3 Reasons For
AquaSensor Function
Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)
More Shops Are Selling it
3 Reasons For
11% Quieter Noise Level
Nine Washing Programs
Child Lock
9 Reasons For
10 Place Settings
Quieter Noise Level
Nine Washing Programs
Remaining Time Indication
Better Kagoo Score
More Shops Are Selling it
£540 Cheaper to Run Over Five Years
Energy Efficiency Rating is Higher
More Fairly Priced
12 Reasons For
Four More Place Settings
Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)
A+ Drying Class
Child Lock
Remaining Time Indication
Better Kagoo Score
Nine Years Longer Manufacturer's Guarantee
Better Energy Efficiency Rating
User Reviews Are Better
Overall Reviews Are Better
More OK When it Came to Noise Level
Cleaned Perfectly
5 Reasons For
AquaSensor Function
Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)
Self-Cleaning Filter
20 Months Newer
Better Brand
10 Reasons Against
Only Eight Place Settings
Marginally Louder Noise Level
Drying Class Rating of Smaller
Only Six Washing Programs
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by £410
Older by Over Three Years
Higher Running Costs Over Five Years by £151
Worse Energy Efficiency Rating
Worse Brand
8 Reasons Against
Only Six Place Settings
Drying Class Rating of Smaller
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
Older by Over Two Years
£119 More Expensive to Run Over Five Years
Lower Energy Efficiency Rating
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
Drying Class Rating of Smaller
Older by Over Two Years
Shorter Manufacturer's Guarantee by Nine Months Years
User Review Rating is Worse
Overall Review Rating is Worse
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
7% Louder Noise Level
One Less Washing Program
Less Retailers
Over One Year Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 116%
Worse Brand
9 Reasons Against
One Less Place Setting
Louder Noise Level
Drying Class Rating of Only A
Four Less Washing Programs
Does Not Have a Built-in Display
Worse Kagoo Score
Not Currently Available
391% Higher Running Costs Over Five Years
Energy Efficiency Rating is Lower
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Siemens SC76M541EU

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8
PLACE
SETTINGS
45dB
70°C
MAX
£289
OVER 10 YEARS
A+

The Siemens SC76M541EU has a Kagoo Score of 76. However with a price tag of £748.92 this dishwasher is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Siemens SC76M541EU or read our article on whether you should buy a Siemens dishwasher.

Features We Love:
AquaSensor function
Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)
Automatic detergent detection
Timer
Integrated timer

An astoundingly economical to run and good spec 8 place setting, quiet dishwasher, good for individuals and couples.

73
Features
Good Features
66
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
66
Value for Money
Good
68
Age
4 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£290 Over 10 Years
76
Kagoo Score
Very Good

3 Reasons For for Choosing the Siemens SC76M541EU

AquaSensor Function

The Siemens SC76M541EU has an AquaSensor function (as does the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E), whereas the Beko DFS28R20W, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 do not have this feature. More ...

'AquaSensor' is a function that monitors how dirty the water in the dishwasher is, and replaces it with clean water when it gets too dirty.

By only replacing the water when it gets too dirty, rather than after a set interval, AquaSensor means less water is needlessly used by the cleaning cycle, since the dishwasher uses every load of water to it's maximum efficiency.

Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)

The Siemens SC76M541EU has an Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop), and so do the Beko DFS28R20W and the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, whereas the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 do not. More ...

Aquastop is a function that monitors the flow of water into the dishwasher and automatically stops water flowing in the event of a leak.

Aquastop can help prevent accidental damages to the dishwasher and its surroundings because of leaky pipes and flooding.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of shops increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this dishwasher.

10 Reasons Against for Choosing the Siemens SC76M541EU

Only Eight Place Settings

The number of place settings on the Siemens SC76M541EU is eight, but the Hotpoint 9H123 only takes 10 place settings and the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E only takes nine place settings. More ...

'Place Setting' is a measurement of how much crockery/cutlery/etc can fit in the dishwasher. A 'place setting' is defined as: a dinner plate, desert plate, single glass, soup bowl, tea cup with saucer, and an assortment of cutlery.

A greater number of place settings means that the dishwasher can fit more crockery and cutlery in at one, making it faster and more economical for very large cleaning loads.

Marginally Louder Noise Level

The Siemens SC76M541EU has a noise level of 45, whereas the Beko DFS28R20W is a 46dB dishwasher (1dB louder), the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is a 48dB dishwasher (3dB louder) and the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 are both 43dB dishwashers (2dB quieter). More ...

'Noise Level' denotes how much noise the dishwasher makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while the wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Drying Class Rating of Smaller

The Siemens SC76M541EU has a drying class of A, and so are the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123, however the Beko DFS28R20W has an A+ drying class. More ...

'Drying Class' is a labelling scheme designed to offer a standardised method of choosing the most energy efficient drying appliances. The label also gives ratings for spin drying performance ('A' - most efficient, 'G' - least efficient).

Only Six Washing Programs

The Siemens SC76M541EU has six washing programs, however the Beko DFS28R20W only has eight washing programs and the Hotpoint 9H123 only has nine washing programs. More ...

The number of different washing programs that the dishwasher can perform.

More washing programs make the appliance more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of dishes and cutlery.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Siemens SC76M541EU has received a Kagoo Score of 76, whereas the Beko DFS28R20W scored 81 and the Hotpoint 9H123 scored 81.

More Expensive by £410

The Siemens SC76M541EU is £410 more expensive than the Hotpoint 9H123.

Older by Over Three Years

The Siemens SC76M541EU is 16 months older than the Beko DFS28R20W, three years older than the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, one month older than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and four months older than the Hotpoint 9H123.

Higher Running Costs Over Five Years by £151

The running costs over five years of the Siemens SC76M541EU are £289 which is £32 more than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and £151 more than the Hotpoint 9H123. Show assumptions.

Worse Energy Efficiency Rating

The energy efficiency rating of the Siemens SC76M541EU is "A+", whereas the rating of the Beko DFS28R20W is "A++", the rating of the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is "A+", the rating of the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 is "A" and the rating of the Hotpoint 9H123 is "A++".

Worse Brand

Siemens dishwashers have an average rating of only 91.5%, but Bosch has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the SC76M541EU in the UK is £748.92 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7

Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7

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Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7
6
PLACE
SETTINGS
43dB
£257
OVER 10 YEARS
A

The Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 has a Kagoo Score of 71. With a price tag of £0.00 this dishwasher is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 or read our article on whether you should buy a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher.

Features We Love:
Quieter than average noise level (43dB)
Child lock
Nine washing programs
Automatic detergent detection

A good spec and remarkably economical to run 6 place setting, quiet dishwasher, good for individuals and couples.

71
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
68
Age
4 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£260 Over 10 Years
71
Kagoo Score
Very Good

3 Reasons For for Choosing the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7

11% Quieter Noise Level

The Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 has a noise level of 43 (as does the Hotpoint 9H123), however the Beko DFS28R20W is a 46dB dishwasher (3dB louder), the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is a 48dB dishwasher (5dB louder) and the Siemens SC76M541EU is a 45dB dishwasher (2dB louder). More ...

'Noise Level' denotes how much noise the dishwasher makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while the wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Nine Washing Programs

The number of washing programs on the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 is nine, and so does the Hotpoint 9H123, but the Beko DFS28R20W only has eight washing programs, the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E only has five washing programs and the Siemens SC76M541EU only has six washing programs. More ...

The number of different washing programs that the dishwasher can perform.

More washing programs make the appliance more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of dishes and cutlery.

Child Lock

The Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 has a child lock (as does the Beko DFS28R20W), but the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Hotpoint 9H123 and the Siemens SC76M541EU do not have this feature. More ...

A child lock is a special system to stop children from accidentally opening the machine when you're not looking, leading to them hurting themselves or the machine.

A child lock makes the dishwasher far safer to use around small children, and reduces the chance of any accidents.

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7

Only Six Place Settings

The Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 is a dishwasher that takes six place settings, whereas the Hotpoint 9H123 only takes 10 place settings, the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E only takes nine place settings and the Siemens SC76M541EU only takes eight place settings. More ...

'Place Setting' is a measurement of how much crockery/cutlery/etc can fit in the dishwasher. A 'place setting' is defined as: a dinner plate, desert plate, single glass, soup bowl, tea cup with saucer, and an assortment of cutlery.

A greater number of place settings means that the dishwasher can fit more crockery and cutlery in at one, making it faster and more economical for very large cleaning loads.

Drying Class Rating of Smaller

The Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 has a drying class of A, and so are the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Hotpoint 9H123 and the Siemens SC76M541EU, but the Beko DFS28R20W has an A+ drying class. More ...

'Drying Class' is a labelling scheme designed to offer a standardised method of choosing the most energy efficient drying appliances. The label also gives ratings for spin drying performance ('A' - most efficient, 'G' - least efficient).

Worse Kagoo Score

The Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 has only received a Kagoo Score of 71, however the Beko DFS28R20W scored 81, the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E scored 76, the Hotpoint 9H123 scored 81 and the Siemens SC76M541EU scored 76.

Not Currently Available

We couldn't find any retailers that are currently selling the product. More ...

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Older by Over Two Years

The Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 is 15 months older than the Beko DFS28R20W, three years older than the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E and three months older than the Hotpoint 9H123.

£119 More Expensive to Run Over Five Years

Over five years the running costs of the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 are £257 which is £119 more than the Hotpoint 9H123. Show assumptions.

Lower Energy Efficiency Rating

The energy efficiency rating of the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 is "A", however the rating of the Beko DFS28R20W is "A++", the rating of the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is "A+", the rating of the Hotpoint 9H123 is "A++" and the rating of the Siemens SC76M541EU is "A+".

Worse Brand

Fisher & Paykel dishwashers have an average rating of only 76.3%, whereas Beko has an average rating of 87.6%, Bosch has an average rating of 95%, Hotpoint has an average rating of 89.3% and Siemens has an average rating of 91.5%.

Hotpoint 9H123

£338.74
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Hotpoint 9H123

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Hotpoint 9H123
10
PLACE
SETTINGS
43dB
FULLY
BUILT-IN
£138
OVER 10 YEARS
A++

The Hotpoint 9H123 has a Kagoo Score of 81. With a price tag of £338.74 this dishwasher is fair value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Hotpoint 9H123 or read our article on whether you should buy a Hotpoint dishwasher.

Features We Love:
Quieter than average noise level (43dB)
Remaining time indication
Nine washing programs

Purchasers report that this dishwasher cleansdishes well, it's very easy to use but really noisy. It's a classic and remarkably economical to run 10 place setting, quiet dishwasher, very good for individuals and couples.

93
Reviews
74 Reviews
75
Features
Good Features
78
Popularity
Lots of Positive Reviews
74
Value for Money
Good
71
Age
4 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£140 Over 10 Years
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Hotpoint 9H123 has very good user reviews with an average user rating of 84%, based on 74 reviews.

9 Reasons For for Choosing the Hotpoint 9H123

10 Place Settings

The Hotpoint 9H123 takes 10 place settings, and so does the Beko DFS28R20W, however the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E only takes nine place settings, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 only takes six place settings and the Siemens SC76M541EU only takes eight place settings. More ...

'Place Setting' is a measurement of how much crockery/cutlery/etc can fit in the dishwasher. A 'place setting' is defined as: a dinner plate, desert plate, single glass, soup bowl, tea cup with saucer, and an assortment of cutlery.

A greater number of place settings means that the dishwasher can fit more crockery and cutlery in at one, making it faster and more economical for very large cleaning loads.

Quieter Noise Level

The Hotpoint 9H123 has a noise level of 43 (as does the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7), but the Beko DFS28R20W is a 46dB dishwasher (3dB louder), the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is a 48dB dishwasher (5dB louder) and the Siemens SC76M541EU is a 45dB dishwasher (2dB louder). More ...

'Noise Level' denotes how much noise the dishwasher makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while the wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Nine Washing Programs

The Hotpoint 9H123 is a nine washing program dishwasher, and so does the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, whereas the Beko DFS28R20W only has eight washing programs, the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E only has five washing programs and the Siemens SC76M541EU only has six washing programs. More ...

The number of different washing programs that the dishwasher can perform.

More washing programs make the appliance more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of dishes and cutlery.

Remaining Time Indication

The Hotpoint 9H123 has a remaining time indication, and so does the Beko DFS28R20W, whereas the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Siemens SC76M541EU do not. More ...

'Remaining Time Indicator' denotes whether the dishwasher has a display showing the remaining time on the current cycle.

This allows you to see the time left on the cycle at a glance, making it far easier to plan your time.

Better Kagoo Score

The Hotpoint 9H123 has received a Kagoo Score of 81, but the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E scored 76, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 scored only 71 and the Siemens SC76M541EU scored 76.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of shops increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this dishwasher.

£540 Cheaper to Run Over Five Years

Over five years the Hotpoint 9H123 is £159 cheaper to run than the Beko DFS28R20W, £540 cheaper to run than the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, £119 cheaper to run than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and £151 cheaper to run than the Siemens SC76M541EU. More ...

Energy Efficiency Rating is Higher

The Hotpoint 9H123 has a European Union Energy Efficiency Rating of "A++", but the Beko DFS28R20W has a rating of "A++", the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has a rating of "A+", the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 has a rating of "A" and the Siemens SC76M541EU has a rating of "A+".

More Fairly Priced

Our analysis of the Hotpoint 9H123 reviews indicates that more reviewers thought the Hotpoint 9H123 was more fairly priced.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Hotpoint 9H123

Drying Class Rating of Smaller

The Hotpoint 9H123 has a drying class of A, and so are the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Siemens SC76M541EU, whereas the Beko DFS28R20W has an A+ drying class. More ...

'Drying Class' is a labelling scheme designed to offer a standardised method of choosing the most energy efficient drying appliances. The label also gives ratings for spin drying performance ('A' - most efficient, 'G' - least efficient).

Older by Over Two Years

The Hotpoint 9H123 is one year older than the Beko DFS28R20W and three years older than the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E.

Shorter Manufacturer's Guarantee by Nine Months Years

The Hotpoint 9H123 comes with a one year manufacturer's guarantee, but the Beko DFS28R20W has a one year guarantee.

User Review Rating is Worse

The Hotpoint 9H123 has an average user score of 84%, but the Beko DFS28R20W has an average user rating of 89% (based on 129 reviews).

Overall Review Rating is Worse

The Hotpoint 9H123 has an average overall score of 84%, but the Beko DFS28R20W has an average overall rating of 89% (based on 129 reviews).

Worse Brand

Hotpoint dishwashers have an average rating of only 89.3%, however Bosch has an average rating of 95% and Siemens has an average rating of 91.5%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the 9H123 in the UK is £338.74 but in total we found only 2 prices for it.

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Beko DFS28R20W

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Beko DFS28R20W

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Beko DFS28R20W
10
PLACE
SETTINGS
46dB
£297
OVER 10 YEARS
A++

The Beko DFS28R20W has a Kagoo Score of 81. With a price tag of £0.00 this dishwasher is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Beko DFS28R20W or read our article on whether you should buy a Beko dishwasher.

Features We Love:
Remaining time indication
Child lock
Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)
Pre-wash setting
Inverter technology

Our review analysis indicates that this dishwasher cleansdishes well and it's very quiet, and easy to use. It's an astoundingly economical to run and classic 10 place setting, average noise level dishwasher, with a good spec and a good price.

95
Reviews
129 Reviews
71
Features
Good Features
80
Popularity
Lots of Positive Reviews
71
Value for Money
Good
77
Age
3 Years Old
98
Running Costs
£300 Over 10 Years
81
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Customers report that Beko DFS28R20W has very good user reviews with an average user rating of 89%, based on 129 reviews.

12 Reasons For for Choosing the Beko DFS28R20W

Four More Place Settings

The Beko DFS28R20W is a dishwasher that takes 10 place settings (as does the Hotpoint 9H123), whereas the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E only takes nine place settings, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 only takes six place settings and the Siemens SC76M541EU only takes eight place settings. More ...

'Place Setting' is a measurement of how much crockery/cutlery/etc can fit in the dishwasher. A 'place setting' is defined as: a dinner plate, desert plate, single glass, soup bowl, tea cup with saucer, and an assortment of cutlery.

A greater number of place settings means that the dishwasher can fit more crockery and cutlery in at one, making it faster and more economical for very large cleaning loads.

Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)

The Beko DFS28R20W has an Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop) (as do the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E and the Siemens SC76M541EU), however the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 do not have this feature. More ...

Aquastop is a function that monitors the flow of water into the dishwasher and automatically stops water flowing in the event of a leak.

Aquastop can help prevent accidental damages to the dishwasher and its surroundings because of leaky pipes and flooding.

A+ Drying Class

The Beko DFS28R20W has an A+ drying class, but the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, the Hotpoint 9H123 and the Siemens SC76M541EU have a drying class of A. More ...

'Drying Class' is a labelling scheme designed to offer a standardised method of choosing the most energy efficient drying appliances. The label also gives ratings for spin drying performance ('A' - most efficient, 'G' - least efficient).

Child Lock

The Beko DFS28R20W has a child lock, and so does the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, but the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Hotpoint 9H123 and the Siemens SC76M541EU do not. More ...

A child lock is a special system to stop children from accidentally opening the machine when you're not looking, leading to them hurting themselves or the machine.

A child lock makes the dishwasher far safer to use around small children, and reduces the chance of any accidents.

Remaining Time Indication

The Beko DFS28R20W has a remaining time indication (as does the Hotpoint 9H123), but the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Siemens SC76M541EU do not have this feature. More ...

'Remaining Time Indicator' denotes whether the dishwasher has a display showing the remaining time on the current cycle.

This allows you to see the time left on the cycle at a glance, making it far easier to plan your time.

Better Kagoo Score

The Beko DFS28R20W has received a Kagoo Score of 81, however the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E scored 76, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 scored only 71 and the Siemens SC76M541EU scored 76.

Nine Years Longer Manufacturer's Guarantee

The manufacturer's guarantee provided with the Beko DFS28R20W is 10 years, however it is one year for the Hotpoint 9H123.

Better Energy Efficiency Rating

The energy efficiency rating of the Beko DFS28R20W is "A++", however the rating of the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is "A+", the rating of the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 is "A", the rating of the Hotpoint 9H123 is "A++" and the rating of the Siemens SC76M541EU is "A+".

User Reviews Are Better

Based on 129 user reviews, the average review score of the Beko DFS28R20W is 89%, however the average rating of the Hotpoint 9H123 is 84% (based on 74 reviews).

Overall Reviews Are Better

Based on 129 reviews, the average review score of the Beko DFS28R20W is 89%, however the average rating of the Hotpoint 9H123 is 84% (based on 74 reviews).

More OK When it Came to Noise Level

Our analysis of the Beko DFS28R20W reviews indicates that more reviewers thought the Beko DFS28R20W was more OK when it came to noise level. Over 20 people thought that the Beko DFS28R20 was very quiet and six people thought that it also wasn't noisy.

Cleaned Perfectly

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Beko DFS28R20W cleaned perfectly. Over 20 people thought that the Beko DFS28R20 cleaned dishes well.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Beko DFS28R20W

7% Louder Noise Level

The Beko DFS28R20W is a 46 dishwasher. That's 2dB quieter than the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E (48dB), 3dB louder than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 (43dB) and 1dB louder than the Siemens SC76M541EU (45dB). More ...

'Noise Level' denotes how much noise the dishwasher makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while the wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

One Less Washing Program

The number of washing programs on the Beko DFS28R20W is eight, but the Hotpoint 9H123 only has nine washing programs. More ...

The number of different washing programs that the dishwasher can perform.

More washing programs make the appliance more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of dishes and cutlery.

Less Retailers

Only 1 store sell the Beko DFS28R20W, whereas 2 shops sell the Hotpoint 9H123 and 2 stores sell the Siemens SC76M541EU. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this dishwasher and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over One Year Older

The Beko DFS28R20W is older than the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E by 20 months.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 116%

The running costs over five years of the Beko DFS28R20W are £297 which is £40 more than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, £159 more than the Hotpoint 9H123 and £8 more than the Siemens SC76M541EU. Show assumptions.

Worse Brand

Beko dishwashers have an average rating of only 87.6%, whereas Bosch has an average rating of 95%, Hotpoint has an average rating of 89.3% and Siemens has an average rating of 91.5%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the DFS28R20W in the UK is £0.00 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E

Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E

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Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E
9
PLACE
SETTINGS
48dB
70°C
MAX
£678
OVER 10 YEARS
A+

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has a Kagoo Score of 76. With a price tag of £0.00 this dishwasher is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E or read our article on whether you should buy a Bosch dishwasher.

Features We Love:
Self-cleaning filter
AquaSensor function
Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)
Automatic detergent detection

A staggeringly economical to run but 2 year old 9 place setting, average noise level dishwasher, with a good spec.

70
Features
Good Features
86
Age
1 Year Old
98
Running Costs
£380 Over 10 Years
76
Kagoo Score
Very Good

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E

AquaSensor Function

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has an AquaSensor function, and so does the Siemens SC76M541EU, however the Beko DFS28R20W, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 do not. More ...

'AquaSensor' is a function that monitors how dirty the water in the dishwasher is, and replaces it with clean water when it gets too dirty.

By only replacing the water when it gets too dirty, rather than after a set interval, AquaSensor means less water is needlessly used by the cleaning cycle, since the dishwasher uses every load of water to it's maximum efficiency.

Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop)

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has an Anti-Leak Function (AquaStop) (as do the Beko DFS28R20W and the Siemens SC76M541EU), however the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 do not have this feature. More ...

Aquastop is a function that monitors the flow of water into the dishwasher and automatically stops water flowing in the event of a leak.

Aquastop can help prevent accidental damages to the dishwasher and its surroundings because of leaky pipes and flooding.

Self-Cleaning Filter

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has a self-cleaning filter, whereas the Beko DFS28R20W, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, the Hotpoint 9H123 and the Siemens SC76M541EU do not. More ...

A self-cleaning filter automatically runs water through it after a cycle, dislodging any caught up food and helping keep it in a good condition.

A self-cleaning filter will keep the machine at peak efficiency for far longer, meaning it won't need manual cleaning or replacing nearly as often.

20 Months Newer

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E was released 20 months later than the Beko DFS28R20W, released three years later than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, released three years later than the Hotpoint 9H123 and released three years later than the Siemens SC76M541EU

Better Brand

Bosch dishwashers have an average rating of 95%, whereas Beko only has an average rating of 87.6%, Fisher & Paykel only has an average rating of 76.3%, Hotpoint only has an average rating of 89.3% and Siemens only has an average rating of 91.5%.

9 Reasons Against for Choosing the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E

One Less Place Setting

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is a dishwasher that takes nine place settings, whereas the Hotpoint 9H123 only takes 10 place settings. More ...

'Place Setting' is a measurement of how much crockery/cutlery/etc can fit in the dishwasher. A 'place setting' is defined as: a dinner plate, desert plate, single glass, soup bowl, tea cup with saucer, and an assortment of cutlery.

A greater number of place settings means that the dishwasher can fit more crockery and cutlery in at one, making it faster and more economical for very large cleaning loads.

Louder Noise Level

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is a 48 dishwasher. That's 2dB louder than the Beko DFS28R20W (46dB), 5dB louder than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 and the Hotpoint 9H123 (43dB) and 3dB louder than the Siemens SC76M541EU (45dB). More ...

'Noise Level' denotes how much noise the dishwasher makes when it's in use, measures in decibels (dB).

Less noise makes for a nicer atmosphere while the wash is running, and means the machine is less likely to disturb and annoy people.

Drying Class Rating of Only A

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has a drying class of A (as are the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, the Hotpoint 9H123 and the Siemens SC76M541EU), but the Beko DFS28R20W has an A+ drying class. More ...

'Drying Class' is a labelling scheme designed to offer a standardised method of choosing the most energy efficient drying appliances. The label also gives ratings for spin drying performance ('A' - most efficient, 'G' - least efficient).

Four Less Washing Programs

The number of washing programs on the Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E is five, but the Beko DFS28R20W only has eight washing programs, the Hotpoint 9H123 only has nine washing programs and the Siemens SC76M541EU only has six washing programs. More ...

The number of different washing programs that the dishwasher can perform.

More washing programs make the appliance more versatile, and mean it can handle lots of different types of dishes and cutlery.

Does Not Have a Built-in Display

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E does not have a built-in display, whereas the Beko DFS28R20W, the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, the Hotpoint 9H123 and the Siemens SC76M541EU do. More ...

'Built-In Display' denotes whether the dishwasher has a display that shows information about the current status of the appliance (selected load, time until cycle finish, etc).

A built-in display allows you to quickly see all the important info about the status of the dishwasher at a glance.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has received a Kagoo Score of 76, however the Beko DFS28R20W scored 81 and the Hotpoint 9H123 scored 81.

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391% Higher Running Costs Over Five Years

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E costs £678 to run which is £380 more than the Beko DFS28R20W, £420 more than the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7, £540 more than the Hotpoint 9H123 and £388 more than the Siemens SC76M541EU over five years. Show assumptions.

Energy Efficiency Rating is Lower

The Bosch Serie 2 SPI25CS00E has a European Union Energy Efficiency Rating of "A+", however the Beko DFS28R20W has a rating of "A++", the Fisher & Paykel DD60DCHX7 has a rating of "A", the Hotpoint 9H123 has a rating of "A++" and the Siemens SC76M541EU has a rating of "A+".

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