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Why choose performance over style? It's no secret that we always want the best of both for our homes and your dishwasher should be no exception. Customers looking for an exceptional dishwasher with award-winning design turn to Smeg for their innovative Italian flair. Serving unprecedented style for over 70 years, Smeg is just as passionate as you are in bringing sleek design to any kitchen.
Smeg dishwashers are designed in a variety of aesthetics, from Classic to 50's Retro series dishwashers with a 13-place setting capacity. With their 24-inch bodies, you can choose from fully-integrated, semi-integrated, or full console dishwashers. Want a seamless look? Unlike semi-integrated dishwashers, which show some control settings when closed, you can choose a fully integrated, panel-ready model. These washers hide the control panel when closed for a smooth effect that fits perfectly with your kitchen's cabinetry. Looking for something with more immediate access? Full console dishwashers display all controls in a front panel for constant easy use, no frills or fuss. Whether you choose the Classic series or the 50's Retro series Smeg dishwasher, you can easily pair it with Smeg refrigerators that come in a retro and classic design.
Worried about leakage? Stay worry free about any leaks with the AquaStop feature. This sophisticated feature can be found in all Smeg dishwashers, constantly providing advanced leakage protection for your home. In the event of a leak, the AquaStop feature immediately detects and shuts off the machine's water intake, keeping your household infrastructure safe from floors to cabinets.
For customers with religious observances, Smeg also provides another feature called Sabbath mode in some models. These washers come with pre-programmed automatic shut-off settings, allowing the user to decide when their dishes should be washed. Additional settings also allow you to choose the noise levels to meet the needs of your households. Choose between 40 to 54.99 dBA noise levels, a wholly customizable experience. Smeg's low noise attributes allow you to run your washer at any time without disturbances.
Multiple wash cycles from 4 to 12.99 allow you to program for light or heavy washing precision. Remove dirt and bacteria from heavily soiled pots, pans, and cutlery. Or clean a routine load of dinner dishes with a lighter touch. For those with specific health needs, a built-in powerful sanitize option removes harmful bacteria with effective and reliable high-level heat.
Interested in an ADA-compliant dishwasher for yourself or a loved one? Smeg dishwashers are designed to meet the needs of customers living with disabilities as described by the American Disabilities Act guidelines. Designed with you in mind, these dishwashers are conceptualized for ease of use, such as their shorter height built to fit under accessible countertops in your home. Smeg washers are also Energy Star rated, meeting federally mandated guidelines for energy efficiency — a great feature not just for the money-conscious consumer, but also for the environment.
Choose your Smeg dishwasher today by browsing through an abundance of style types in a wide array of colors. From panel-ready, stainless steel, white, black, red, silver, or bisque — you are certain to find the best-suited palette for your kitchen. Further customize with flat, rectangular, or tubular handles to compliment the look of your existing cabinets. Shop now.
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