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A modern classic

The GE Artistry Series dishwasher stands out elegantly from typical stainless appliances for a reasonable $500 price.

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Cadillac curves

With it's simple black exterior and curved silver handles, the GE Artistry dishwasher reminds me of an old-fashioned Cadillac.

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Roomy interior

The interior is more modern, with a few features to make your life easier.

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Flexible silverware

You can move the silverware basket to a few different spots to help make room where you need it.

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Inflexible tines

The ball tipped tines keep water spots to a minimum, but don't fold down for bigger dishes.

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Removable stem holders

The Artistry ships with two stem holders that snap off if you don't need them.

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Height adjustments

You can change the height of the upper rack, but doing so is a pain.

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Pick your cycle

Once you get your dishes loaded, you can pick from four different cycles and the display will show you how long each will take.

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Wash zones

You can wash just the upper or lower rack to save time and water.

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Steam prewash

The Artistry's pre-wash uses steam to help loosen stuck on dirt.

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Lots of options

Overall, the Artistry gives you lots of ways to customize your cycle.

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Designed to please

With a classy exterior, and modern features, the GE Artistry boasts a lot of style and plenty of functionality for a reasonable price.

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