SarahBeenySpringIssue2017 - 189
There are three
to choose from
The first workable
dishwasher was patented
in 1887 by Josephine
Cochrane, who was
frustrated by her servants
Fill up one drawer
while the other
one is running
was becoming a far more central part of
the home. Cupboards were disappearing
and people were replacing them with
'The DishDrawer has key advantages:
it can be placed wherever it is more
usable, it gives better access into
the dishwasher when compared with
a drop-down door and it also means
you can do a smaller wash, which saves
on water and detergent.'
December 2018 come with a fiveyear manufacturer's warranty: this
is an additional three years on top of
the standard protection.
'Within our home, we live our life out
of drawers,' says Mike. 'Why can't we do
that with our appliances as well?'
Decades of development
The single-drawer original option is
perfect for snug galley kitchens and its
smaller load perfectly suits a couple or
a single person living alone.
A more flexible choice is the Double
DishDrawer, which stacks two together
but they work independently - giving
owners the option of running a full
wash in one half while using the other
to stack dirty dishes.
'Drawers offer a superior ergonomic
solution so you're not having to bend
down,' says Mike. 'It offers the flexibility
to place dishwashers within the kitchen
where you are most likely to use them,
for example placing a single DishDrawer
either side of the sink.'
Having the dishwasher at waist height
makes loading and unloading easier, it's
faster to add detergent and rinse aid
- and there's no need to practically
climb into the machine to add salt.
Eating habits have changed and
families are enjoying more pasta, rice
and noodle dishes than previous
generations, so the DishDrawer has
flexible racking options such as folding
tines to accommodate large pots and
pans, and flexible spacers that can
change the racks from holding plates to
bowls whenever necessary.
Larger families need not worry that
the svelte machine will struggle to
cope with their demands. The Double
Loading at waist
height means less
Fisher & Paykel has been designing
products since 1934 and has grown from
a New Zealand importer into a global
company operating in 50 countries and
manufacturing products in Thailand,
Mexico, China and Italy.
As well as dishwashers, its household
appliances include refrigerators, ovens,
freezers, grills, washing machines and
dryers. Its design heritage is founded on
'WE LIVE OUR LIFE OUT OF DRAWERS IN
THE HOME, WHY CAN'T WE DO THAT WITH
OUR APPLIANCES AS WELL?'
DishDrawer holds between 12-14 place
settings, the same as most dishwashers.
It just needs to be fitted to a cupboard
on either side so that it can replace a
freestanding or built-in product.
Something for everyone
Whatever your kitchen design, there's
a DishDrawer to suit - single, double or
extra tall - in a range of finishes.
There are 15 wash programmes that
cover every eventuality, and three wash
modifiers: Sanitise is great for cleaning
babies' bottles, the Extra Dry helps dry
plastic containers, and the Quick means
that you can do a wash and dry cycle in
just 35 minutes. Also, certain eligible
purchases by UK customers before
a pioneering spirit and a culture of
curiosity that challenges convention
to deliver products tailored to human
needs. In 2012, Haier Group bought
Fisher & Paykel and started to develop
it as a global premium brand.
Visit the website to find your nearest
stockist or to purchase online.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call 0800 088 6605