Finding a slim depth dishwasher

Hi,

Hope i'm posting this in the right place.

Due to a number of pipes being behind where I want my dishwasher to go, I need to find an integrated dishwasher with a smaller depth than normal so it lines up with the rest of my units. I can find plenty of slim-line ones that are shorter width but all the 60cm ones I view seem to have standard depth of around 57cm. I'm sure other people have had the same problem. Does anyone have any suggestions? As ever, the cheaper the better :)

Many Thanks

Simon

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  • kwattkwatt Forumite
    711 Posts
    Hi Simon,

    We were asked this not so long ago on UK Whitegoods, basically there aren't any. :(

    Most integrated ones will have a "step-in" at the bottom to accomodate some pipework but they all have to be 57-59cm deep so that you can fit in the standard 12 place EU plate set. You can imagine how well a dishwasher would sell that took 10 place settings. ;)

    K.
    "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. Its what you know for sure that just ain't so." Mark Twain
  • simmysisimmysi Forumite
    18 Posts
    Thanks for the help anyway.

    I've searched the web and found this one that is 55cm, so I might have to go with it. It's going to be a tight squeeze.

    http://www.comet.co.uk/cometbrowse/product.do?sku=191612&tab=specification#spec

    Simon
  • kwattkwatt Forumite
    711 Posts
    I wouldn't buy an Indesit. ;)

    But if it's all you can get. :(

    K.
    "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. Its what you know for sure that just ain't so." Mark Twain
  • simmysisimmysi Forumite
    18 Posts
    ah, what about Baumatic? i've found a 54cm depth Baumatic (BDW13) which would do. I realise they won't be as good as a top brand dishwasher but I doubt we'll use it heavily.

    Thanks

    Simon
  • kwattkwatt Forumite
    711 Posts
    Depends what one, some of those are the dreaded Chinese things but not much is known about Baumatic by me as all their service is in-house.

    K.
    "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. Its what you know for sure that just ain't so." Mark Twain
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