Kenmore Elite Dishwasher, in Action
This is a sponsored review from BlogHer and Kenmore.
I think the best way to appreciate the Kenmore Elite dishwasher is to see what it can do.
It really is amazing. So far I only have one complaint about it. And that is that I wish it would unload itself. Is that really too much to ask? Everything else about it is so high tech couldn’t it have long robot arms that stretch out and put everything away? C’mon Kenmore, get on that.
I kind of feel sorry for the dishwasher. I think it feels like it is slumming with the other appliances currently in my kitchen. I make sure to whisper sweet nothing to it as often as I can so that it knows I love it best.
Honestly, the only negative thing I could possibly say about the dishwasher is the retail price. It is significantly higher than other top of the line dishwashers. I realize the other dishwashers don’t have the cool LCD thing, but coolness aside, that isn’t what washes the dishes. But I assume that just like people buy Mercedes when they could buy, well, my car, that there are those willing to pay extra for the cool, wow, latest technology factor.
Now if Kenmore does add the arms feature I mentioned above, it would be worth every last cent I have. Which generally speaking is about the same as the current retail value of the dishwasher.
And now let me tell you about my other precious, the Kenmore Elite coffee maker.
Want to know why the photo is blurry? Because I was shaking with excitement.
You fill that top resevoir with the coffee beans and then set the coffee pot for the number of cups that you want it to brew, the strength of the coffee (strong, please!), and it grinds the beans and delivers them into the filter.
One of my favorite things about the coffee maker is that it blinks a little reminder telling you to check the filter. Even though I forgot a few times the first week I had the coffemaker, whoops, but I blame my 5am wake-up time for that.
I love this coffee maker. And would love to give you one, too!
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