October 26, 2005

Dishwasher without Plumbing

3060000000050897.Jpg I can see the practical use of this in many places where you might want some extra dish washing or perhaps you're summer cabin where you do things by hand (not as much fun as you want to make it out to be so stop!).

Just attach the included “Water Supply Socket” directly to your faucet, and run it until the dishwasher’s LED lights up and its buzzer sounds. Inside the unit are two storage tanks, which eliminates the need for a valve to control the flow of water to the dishwasher. A full load will use 9 liters (2.37 gallons) of water, which, last we checked, isn’t a lot compared to other washers. Otherwise, you’re looking at a standard dishwasher.

Via Engadget at Sanyo

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 26, 2005 8:25 AM
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Is there any feedback on customers who have actually used these as we haven't seen any in use.


Posted by: Slidell Plumber at April 21, 2008 1:18 AM
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