Once a Miele, always a Miele
We have been using our new Miele dishwasher for four months and have been very happy with its performance.
We were lucky enough to have a Miele dishwasher in our previous rental home, it gave us no issues all the years we were there. As we have now purchased our own home, we knew the dishwasher had to be Miele.
Being quiet and efficient is just the start, these machines deliver consistently amazing results, wash after wash.
The baskets are versatile and modular, so that big chopping board or oversized pot fits easily. When adjusting the bask...ets or shelves, you are reassured things have locked into place with positive feedback. While on the topic of baskets, even when fully loaded, they roll on and out with very little effort. While there are not endless wash cycles to choose from, all your bases are covered. From glass care to intensive and even an auto cycle where the machine figures out the best wash options, based on how dirty the water is. Most cycles can also be sped up by using the turbo button, perfect for when you need clean dishes quickly. We mostly use the auto program for the “usual” load that is run every day or two. It’s never failed giving clean dishes while being economical on resources. The auto cycle is even smart enough to use the prewash water for the main wash, so long as it’s not too dirty.
This was a replacement for our 12year old Bosch dishwasher. It is much quieter and well laid out. The top tray with sliding/height adjustable shelf is very handy and allows for larger items like ladles.
Lower tray rolls very freely and can take you by surprise if not all the way in when you close the door, with tray hitting back wall at high speed. Door feels very light though and a bit flimsy when compared to older Bosch unit.
Overall good machine for the price.
Great dishwasher - washes dishes well.
Very happy with dishwasher. I particularly like the top cutlery tray that keeps my cutlery clean and shiny and allows more room in the drawers below for all of the crockery. This is our second Miele, it runs quietly, has a energy mode, washes everything well. I used to have a cheaper dishwasher and found that I had to re-run the load again sometimes if it did not wash well, with Miele - this is not the case. Washes well everytime.
Purchased in January 2018 for $1,600.00.
Excellent-very happy with it.
This dishwasher replaces a 16/17 year old Miele dishwasher. I did as much research as I could before purchasing as technology has very much changed over the years.
Ultimately I decided that they were all pretty much of a muchness and given my previous dishwasher had never caused me a problem I went with Miele again.
My old dishwasher was very quiet. This is quieter. The old dishwasher did a great job, but I’m using the same tablets and rinse aid and I’m pretty sure the dishes are coming out much shinier.
My old stainless steel dishwash...er didn’t have clean steel. This one does and it’s made a huge difference. The old one always seemed to need wiping down. This one stays so much cleaner. Overall I’m very happy I decided to stick with Miele. That being said, I did get the service agent out because even after the first wash I wasn’t really happy with the drying. Especially plastics (a challenge for any dishwasher), and got them to extend the drying time. I’m much happier with it since they did that.
Awfull persistent smell since day one and only 4 months old
Awful smell always on everything - just like prior reviewer has said. My last Miele was 5/5, this is awful. I’ve tried 4 different brands of tablets. I have rinse aid in .i have scrubbed it inside incl basket drain and all arm jets. Ive put vinegar and bicarbonate soda i as well as straight water rinses. I’ve done finish dishwasher cleaner every week. It’s 4 months installed and it’s awful.
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I bought this dishwasher in February 2018, so at the time of writing I've been using it for 11 months. I bought it because I moved into a new house that had a Smeg dishwasher already installed. However, the Smeg really didn't give me the kind of results I was looking for. Cutlery, plates and bowls would regularly come out of it with bits of food still stuck on, and due to the heat generated in the machine they deposits would be baked on and hard to remove. It was the worst-performing dishwasher that I'd ever used, so I sold it on Gumtree and bo...ught the Miele instead. The difference in performance is remarkable. It's very rare for anything to come out of the Miele with food still stuck on it. Maybe one item every 6 or 7 washes, compared with multiple items every wash with the Smeg. The machine is whisper-quiet. You can barely hear it when running. In fact, a few times I've had to go back to the machine to check that it was running, as I couldn't hear it and thought that I had forgotten to push the start button. In terms of usage, I just put it onto the Auto program each time. What that does is employ sensors in the machine to determine how much water to use, what temperature to heat the water to, and how long to run the program based upon the load inside. You can get an impressive amount of stuff into the machine. The top tray is for cutlery - it doesn't have a cutlery basket like most dishwashers, but a dedicated tray. The middle tray can shift up and down to make more room below - very useful if you want to put very tall items into the bottom tray.
Excellent dishwasher. Best we have had
Our F&P one day died so my wife researched and selected the Miele Jubilee SC for our new dishwasher. Wow... we noticed the difference straight away. This dishwasher cleans everything and very very rarely misses any food scraps. We've had this for around 18 months now and still performs excellent since the day we got it. Oh and it is very quiet!
Not a complaint, though once it would not start as we had a bowl in the machine that apparently aimed water toward the door, so the water was able to flow to the bottom and activated the flood switch....Once it dried out, it worked like normal again. To find this out, we had had a technician come and investigate. He made some adjustments so as to perform better (it does) though now doesn't dry as well as it used to. We can live with that, though something to be mindful of when loading the machine (my wife learnt the hard way :p ) Would absolutely recommend Miele to anyone.
Affordable, perfect and one of the BEST dishwashers available!!
Have had a Miele dish washer for the last 11 years. It’s affordable user friendly, simple and one of the BEST dishwashers out there. Love the separate cutlery tray, cleans good although the cups do not dry well enough on the top ( probably design feature of cups) no complaints and really pleased with my purchase. It’s very quite during the cycle as well.
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Broke after 2 weeks with circulation pump issue, F78 and support poor
I bought this because I frequently hear Miele is the best. There seems to be a common fault with this model with the circulation pump, error code f78. My new machine broke after two weeks. It took a week to get a service visit. When the technician arrived he refused to work on it because I unplugged it and made me book another call which took an extra week. On the technician's return he got it working again for a day but broke again. Then I booked another service call which will take another week. Still not fixed.
Other observations when it worked.
1. Door doesn't stay fully opened forcing the bottom tray to roll back
2. There is no quick wash. Fastest cycle is 1 hour 50 min
3. Plastics and materials feel light
Very good dishwasher
We got this installed in our house as our old dishwasher didn't work anymore and have to say we are very happy with this dishwasher. No issues so far, does a very good job of cleaning the dishes and seems to be super reliable. No issues with drying dishes (which we have had in previous dishwashers). Very happy
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Made the right choice buying a Miele dishwasher
Ive bought a Smeg for my parents for around $900 less than 5 years ago and 3 years later it flooded and short circuited. I didnt do my research then. Now they have a Westinghouse for around $1000 and its pretty average quality, have no comments about its functions since Im not at their place.
Have used Bosch from other places Ive been and couldnt disagree to it either and knowing that it is a popular brand for great dishwashers I thought Id do more research first and narrow it down to what I really need and want. I realised I wouldnt opt for ...
Questions & Answers
Had a Whirlpool dishwasher for 15 years and the one thing I liked about it was that we could do a rinse cycle on the dishes until we filled the dishwasher with the next day's dishes. Find that the Miele does not have this option. Not altogether happy about this. Am I wrong, does it have a rinse option? Have read the instruction book and cannot find this option.
|Category||Dishwashers and Freestanding Dishwashers|
|Features||Time Remaining Display|
|Water Rating||5 star(s)|
|Water Consumption||11.3 L/wash|
|Energy Rating||3.5 star(s)|
|Energy Consumption||274 kWh per year|
|Control Panel Position||Front|
|Number of Programs||5|
|Colour / Finish||CleanSteel|
|Dimensions||845 x 600 x 600 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
- GTIN13: 4002515874653
- MPN: G4930SCCLST
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