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The Latest High-Tech Dishwashers

Cleaning up after dinner is a chore no more thanks to smart dishwashers.

By John Elliot
Wed, Aug 11, 2021 2:14pmGrey Clock 3 min

Nothing can spoil a delicious dinner like a stack of dirty dishes.

Fortunately for you, that scenario can be a thing of the past thanks to the latest in dishwasher technology.

Wi-Fi-connected, self-diagnosing, auto-air-drying, schedulable and more—today’s smart dishwashers are marvels of cleanliness and convenience.

Here are a few of our favourite clever cleansing contraptions.

LG STUDIO Smart Dishwasher

LG

Equipped with LG’s QuadWash technology—four multi-motion spray arms that provide power-cleaning sprays—the STUDIO Smart Dishwasher is a machine that you won’t have to worry about. The Wi-Fi-equipped washer is constantly self-monitoring, sending maintenance tips and usage reports to users via LG’s accompanying ThinQ app, allowing owners to keep their dishwasher running at optimal capacity. The STUDIO Smart will even send alerts for potential problems before issues arise, enabling users to proactively tackle and avoid evenings of handwashing while awaiting a handyman.

The LG STUDIO Smart Dishwasher is available for $1429

Miele G-7000

Miele

If time travellers had sent a dishwasher back to the past, it might be the Miele G-7000. This futuristic feat of German engineering offers users an innovative AutoDos system, which determines how dirty your dishes are and dispenses the perfect amount of detergent to achieve excellently clean dishes without excess cleaner. But that’s just the start of the G-7000’s intelligence. With the Miele@mobile app, G-7000 owners can auto-start their dishwasher from anywhere in the world from their phone (or via voice control with Amazon Alexa), or schedule washings so they’ll have clean dishes precisely when they need them. The G-7000 will also send an alert to owners when they are running low on detergent so they never find themselves cleaned out of cleaner.

The Miele G-7000 is available from $2049 depending on features.

Bosch Benchmark Dishwasher

Bosch

Tired of washing your dishes before you wash your dishes? Invest in the Benchmark Dishwasher from Bosch. Equipped with smart sensors that continually monitor the washing process and the cleanliness of dishware—and determine what still needs to get done—the Bosch ensures that you don’t need to rinse your dishes before you put them in the machine. Bosch’s Home Connect app will send user’s notifications when the cycle is done—but if owner’s prefer a more visual cue, the device’s InfoLight—a red dot the machine projects on the ground while it’s running—will do. The Home Connect app will also give users a heads up if a leak has occurred or if they are running low on detergent. And if you think all that technology means industrial sounds coming from your kitchen—think again.

The Bosch Benchmark is available for approx. $2500

Thermador Sapphire

Thermador

The Sapphire line of dishwashers from Thermador marries brains with beauty. Wi-Fi-equipped—and custom-panel ready so it can match your existing home decor—the Sapphire allows users to remotely control their dishwasher, run diagnostics on its health and receive notifications for cycle completion and more. And the Sapphire’s StarDry system leverages ZeoLite to ensure that every dish, regardless of material, is dry as a bone the moment the cycle is complete, negating the need for additional hand drying. All of this, and the Sapphire’s interior glows a lovely—you guessed it—sapphire when the dishwasher is open.

The Thermador Sapphire is available for around $3130

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