Cookology MCDW2WH Mini Table Top Dishwasher
The Cookology MCDW2WH Mini Table Top Dishwasher will make your life easier. There’s no need to call the plumber to get it fitted as all you need to do is fill it with water and plug it in. And once plugged in, all you need to do is point the waste hose down the sink.
This brilliant countertop dishwasher is ideal if you don’t have much space in the kitchen, or if you are in temporary housing and need an easy solution to get you by.
The cookology MCDW2WH is the ideal solution for situations where fitting a standard dishwasher is not feasible. Great for caravans, small kitchens, offices, or student or temporary accommodation.
The MCDW2WH comes with touch controls, has three programmes, and has the capacity of two place settings.
The programmes allow you to choose between intensive, rapid, or eco. You can even steam wash and wash baby items as well as your dishes and cutlery.
If you’re not already impressed enough, the dishwasher comes with a self-cleaning filter system. And thanks to the residual heating dry function, your dishes will come out dry.
There is 1 rack, lower spray arms, foldable bottom plate racks, 1 cup shelf, and a bottom drawer silverware basket.
- 1 rack
- Foldable bottom plate rack
- 1 cup shelf
- Bottom drawer silverware basket
- 2 place settings
- 3 programs (intensive, rapid, eco)
- Touch controls
- Noise level: 58dB
- Energy consumption per annum: 125 kWh
- Energy consumption per cycle: 0.43kwh
- Water consumption per annum: 1,400 litres
- Water consumption per cycle: 5 litres
- Voltage: 220V
- Rated power: 730-860W
- Power cord length: 1,500mm
- Inlet hose length: 1,500mm
- Outlet hose length: 1,750mm
- Width: 420mm
- Depth: 435mm
- Height: 435mm
What’s the difference between a Portable vs. countertop dishwasher?
For starters, they are not the same. A portable dishwasher has rollers that allow it to be rolled out of the way. The countertop dishwasher on the other hand sits stationary on your countertop. Both share similar features such as connecting temporarily to your tap.
The main difference however is the number of dishes you can wash at a given time. Countertop dishwashers are small and can only wash a limited number of dishes at a time. While portable dishwashers are roughly the same size as a standard dishwasher and can wash just as much as you could with a full-size dishwasher.
The water usage also differs between each. Countertop models use on average, between 5 – 8 litres of water. Portable models use roughly 11 litres per wash.
A countertop dishwasher is usually the best choice for people who have nowhere to store a portable dishwasher when it’s not in use.