"Bosch points to the moon, promises dish-drying perfection"
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Bosch points to the moon, promises dish-drying perfection
We've tested a lot of dishwashers in our lab in Louisville, Kentucky.
And not a single one has dried dishes perfectly.
They all leave drops or watermarks.
So, I'm quite skeptical of this claim right here.
This dishwasher claims it can do it.
Perfect dry dishwasher.
Now, the way it goes about that, is it uses a mineral called Zeolite, which absorbs moisture and releases heat.
[UNKNOWN] packed Zeolite into a little compartment in the dishwasher, and the heat it gives off is then blown out over the dishes.
To hopefully get them perfectly clean and dry.
But Bosh has been using [UNKNOWN] and the 3D air flow technology for some time now.
But this is the first one that they've gone and called the perfect dry.
So like I said, I'm skeptical.
But it does have an extra dry cycle option If you are still seeing drops of water.
In either way, this is a cool looking machine.
It's gonna launch in Europe first but it should be in the US before too long.
At that point, I'm looking for ward to getting it in the lab and seeing just how perfect this Perfect Dry Dishwasher really is.
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