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Miele Dishwasher Prototype! *wow*
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Post# 491373   1/25/2011 at 07:59 (4,833 days old) by logixx (Germany)        

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Now check this out:

"Miele G10k dishwasher. Result of an industrial design project between NCAD and Miele. www.ncad.ie... www.miele.com..."

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Post# 491374 , Reply# 1   1/25/2011 at 08:10 (4,833 days old) by georgect (Fairfield, CT)        
Inovative

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That's pretty cool.
I just don't know about capacity and ability to hold a bunch of big pots.


Post# 491375 , Reply# 2   1/25/2011 at 08:14 (4,833 days old) by jlbrazil (brazil)        

I still prefer the normal ones :)
They can hold alot more dishes.
how would I do a bob load in this thing?!?! *LOL*


Post# 491376 , Reply# 3   1/25/2011 at 08:15 (4,833 days old) by northernmary (Huddersfield - West Yorkshire)        
WOW

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one word .... WOW .... id love to have one but i dont know if it will catch on and one would pay well over the odds for one, but what can i say miele all over fantastic

northernmary


Post# 491390 , Reply# 4   1/25/2011 at 09:22 (4,833 days old) by alr2903 (TN)        

If you have OCD about keeping the sink empty of dirty dishes, i would think that "Lift" mechanism would likely need a lot of  expensive repair. I confess, i even load a single piece of silverware. Arthur


Post# 491400 , Reply# 5   1/25/2011 at 11:00 (4,832 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

May I say: LAME and PITIFUL?

Also the design is far from user-friendly and space-wise, didn't top loading dishwasher go out of fashion for those very same motives?
Also I wouldn't want my drain water to be used to wash my dishes...
I'm sure it will remain a design curiosity!

Again as alr2903 pointed out, I wouldn't even want to think of how much would cost to fix the lift mechanism... let alone the need to do a new worktop and cabinet if exchanging for a new "standard" dishwasher!
And if I wanted to wash only pots and pans (as I often do) where would they fit? On those tiny wash arms? Hahahahah


Post# 491648 , Reply# 6   1/26/2011 at 13:29 (4,831 days old) by nrones ()        
a Revolution??

Still prefer standard ones...
But at the beginning of the video they said REVOLUTION... well no, it is a step 50-70 years back..
Whole video looked to me like a "remake" of an advert from 50s...


Post# 491763 , Reply# 7   1/26/2011 at 23:52 (4,831 days old) by jerrod6 (Southeastern Pennsylvania)        

Well it's a prototype which means that if anything like this hits the market it probably won't be exactly like this, but it does give an idea of what Miele might be thinking about and have no doubt applied for a patent for, even if they never sell it.  Of course if there is  a lot of negative reaction perhaps they will abandon the entire concept.  I wonder about that ultra sonic basin where you are supposed to place the pots and pans.....looked like the pots where immersed in water that was swirling, so maybe the pots and pans go face down or at an angle in the bottom of the unit, wouldn't matter to the rest of the load since there seem to be  individual water jets for each wash extension arm or each item slot.

 

This project was done in collaboration with  The National College of Art and Design  of Ireland.  This could be a special application product for those design and artsy folks. 

 


Post# 491774 , Reply# 8   1/27/2011 at 03:35 (4,831 days old) by favorit ()        
actually not a worldwide premiere ....

check this De Dietrich prototype on the Appliancist.com

[Posted in Dishwashers at September 24, 2009 11:34 AM]



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Post# 492103 , Reply# 9   1/28/2011 at 13:23 (4,829 days old) by logixx (Germany)        

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Too bad - video is gone.

But I found pictures!


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Post# 492202 , Reply# 10   1/28/2011 at 18:59 (4,829 days old) by mayguy (Minnesota)        

Not sure that is going to fly.


-It won't work in most kitchen here in the states due to cabinets above it, unless this DW is placed in an island.

-Where's the silverware going?

-Pots and pans?

-Where's the water coming from??

-Where's the glass going?



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