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Simple and in charge

A closer look

Four cycles to choose from

Useful options

Expect a good clean

Adjustable tines

Raise and lower the upper rack

A solid bottom rack

Shiny silverware

A quiet clean

Helpful InfoLight

A not so perfect, perfect dishwasher

The $800 Bosch SHS63VL5UC is pretty straightforward -- not a lot of features, but it's an awesome cleaning machine.

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The stainless steel dishwasher has a scoop handle and push-button controls on its upper lip.

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Normal and auto dish cycles will run just over two hours.

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You can add options to your cycle like "sanitize" or "extra dry."

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Don't worry about rinsing your dishes before loading -- the normal cycle option will work just fine.

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Some of the tines on the top rack fold down for loading bigger dishes.

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The gray triggers adjust the height of the top rack.

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The bottom rack arranges the dishes in such a way to get them sparkly clean, though there's not a lot of flexibility.

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The silverware basket splits in half.

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This dishwasher keeps the racket to a minimum -- it's rated at 44dB.

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The Bosch SHS63VL5UC doesn't have a countdown timer, but the InfoLight lets you know that the dish cycle is still running.

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This $800 Bosch SHS63VL5UC lacks in specs and features, but its cleaning performance gets a solid 10.

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