July 03, 2011
Integrated Sink x Dishwasher
Ingenious and wonderful.
From the website:
- With a high-performance water heater accessory, the KitchenAid® Briva® in-sink dishwasher can run a complete cycle in as little as 18 minutes. Even without it, your dishes are clean in approximately 30 minutes.
- Using revolutionary FlashDry® technology, the lid automatically pops open at the end of the cycle, allowing steam to escape to facilitate fast, efficient drying.
- The SaniRinse™ option boosts the final rinse water temperature to 160°F to deliver the cleaning and sanitizing results many items require.
- A 2-minute rinsing cycle is handy for cleaning bowls or cooking utensils that you'll need for other parts of a recipe.
- Can easily accommodate up to five place settings, including dinner plates up to 11 inches.
- Provides overflow capacity to hold large service pieces or pots and pans.
- Requires up to 50% less water than full-sized dishwashers.
- Ideal for use in a small kitchen or in a full-service wet bar.
- Includes a multipurpose 20.5 in. cutting board.
- Features an extra-large silverware basket.
- Depth 22 in. Height 21 in. Width 34.5 in.
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Ray, look closely at the base of those pots. They've never seen heat of any kind, they're spotless! The whole kitchen is clearly just for show and the funky dishwasher is the centre piece.
Posted by: Graeme | Jul 5, 2011 8:33:59 AM
Joe, as much as I love this combo and the ethics of a small kitchen, it should be listed on the "What's missing" page. Where is the cooktop?
Posted by: Ray | Jul 5, 2011 8:23:55 AM
There's something special about a well equipped small kitchen.
Posted by: Joe Peach | Jul 4, 2011 10:44:41 AM
What Rob O said.
It's a cute and clever thing, but there's no room in there for a sautee pan. Even a teeeeeeny, tiny one.
Posted by: Becs | Jul 3, 2011 6:50:18 PM
That is quite ingenious, but I've gotta say, if I only had enough dishes for that small washer - which actually, is often the case - I think I'd just wash the few items by hand - which I quite often do - and save the 2 grand.
Posted by: Rob O. | Jul 3, 2011 4:23:00 PM
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