Springtime is here and it’s time for the annual spring clean that everyone
simply dreads and absolutely does not look forward to.
However, this year you’re doing a little more than just a spring clean, you’re
upgrading your kitchen, yet still thinking this just might be a task.
Well, think that no more, at least not when it comes to the search for a new
dishwasher (The actual spring clean, yes, that is quite the task).
I was reading a review over at Reviewed.com about the Thermador Emerald
DWHD440MFM Dishwasher. According to site, ‘the experts’ rated it a 7.1.
Some of the most important characteristics were put to the test. The review
highlights the pros, the cons and break down the hypes of the sleek, economical model.
Reviewed.com also let’s you in on a useful promo that Thermador has. If you
are in the market to update your kitchen, then this article is definitely a must read.
Read the full review here.
Luxury brand Thermador is best known for its high-end cooking appliances, but its dishwashers are also impressive. That’s because Thermador is owned by BSH, whose Bosch brand is well-known for quiet dishwashers that fit flush with cabinetry.
Based on a design used by Bosch, the Thermador Emerald DWHD440MFM (MSRP $1,299) is a relatively affordable dishwasher. Despite the intimidating MSRP, you can frequently find this gem on sale for $0. That’s right: With Thermador’s One-Two-Free promotion, a Thermador dishwasher comes free if you buy a suite of select other Thermador products.
That’s a good thing, too. Unlike Thermador’s highest-end Topaz and Sapphire machines, which featureinterior lights and unique cycles, the Emerald’s features aren’t very different from what you’d find on other consumer dishwashers in that price range. During our week testing it out in our labs, we found that it cleans about the same, too.
So, rest easy if you’re getting a whole suite of Thermador appliances and the dishwasher is included in the package. Our science-based scoring shows that this dishwasher does a good job cleaning dishes, but it doesn’t fully capture what this Thermador excels at: Looking pretty, handling well, and generally upping your kitchen cred.