The Good The high-end $1,200 GE Profile Series PDT750SSFSS dishwasher is competent at cleaning and drying dishes, features include bottle-wash jets, rack-specific cycles and flexible loading.
The Bad The GE PDT750SSFSS cleans competently, but not as well as we'd expect of a $1,200 machine. It doesn't have the third rack for extra space that's becoming more common for this price range.
The Bottom Line Because it's easy to use and has helpful features, the GE PDT750SSFSS has some charm to it, but it doesn't live up to its $1,200 price.
GE's midrange performer has a high-end price
Editors' note, June 9th, 2016: We retested the GE PDT750SSFSS after refining our lab conditions to increase water pressure. The results, text, and score of the review have been updated accordingly.
GE's high-end Profile Series promises "clean lines" and "brilliant touches that answer real-life needs." The $1,200 GE PDT750SSFSS Profile dishwasher lives up to the billing with a sleek stainless-steel finish and an impressive list of useful features such as the option to run a cycle on only one rack at a time and water jets that fit inside a tall bottle. The hidden controls keep the front uncluttered, and the 16-place-setting capacity feels roomy.
The bottle-wash feature in particular is unique and interesting, but the other features of the PDT750SSFSS, though impressive on their own, are less so when compared with the competition at this lofty price. For $1,200, plenty of other models, such as the, include a third rack for utensils and flatware, which this GE does not. The LG LDT9965BD also cleans better than the GE PDT750SSFSS, and its black stainless finish doesn't smudge as easily.