Hey Appliance Fans,
For much of my adult life, I thought Miele meant dishwashers in German. Turns out it doesn’t. What Miele loosely, very loosely, translates to is “excellent dishwashers”. Ok, it doesn’t mean that either. But if you’re considering a dishwasher, you should consider a Miele dishwasher. Their models are considered European style dishwashers. Don’t be lazy. Read the post that I embedded into this article. Go ahead, I’ll wait…
Now that you have a firm understanding of European style dishwashers, it’s time to talk about Miele’s Professional Series Dishwashers or “Profiline Series”. You have two choices in their Profiline series: Model PG 8083 with hidden controls or PG 8080 i with front controls.
Typically, dishwashers are plugged into a standard electrical outlet or hard wired into a 120volt line. The Profiline dishwashers can be powered this way, but their real advantage is being able to connect to a 240- volt line; just like a clothes dryer that runs on electricity. This gives Profiline dishwashers an advantage over most dishwashers and that advantage is speed.
America: “How fast is a wash cycle on a Miele Profiline dishwasher, Kieffer’s Guy?”
Kieffer’s Guy: “A ridiculously fast 23 minutes when connected to a 240- volt line. That’s not a typo. In fact, that’s faster than me blushing after reading the first few pages of Fifty Shades of Grey.”
But it’s not just about fast wash times. Though speed is the number one reason our customers opt for these units, there are a variety of other features like:
- 9 Wash Cycles
- Miele’s Famous 3D Cutlery Tray (on model PG8083).
- 48 dBA Sound Level
- AutoSensor Wash
- Built-in Water Softener
- Delay Start
To entice consumers into the luxury that is a Profiline dishwasher, Miele is offering an exclusive incentive. If you know anything about Miele, they NEVER offer incentives or rebates; however, if you purchase a Profiline dishwasher from now until August 31, 2014 you’ll receive a $500 gift card for Riedel, the ultra-fabulous wine glass manufacturer. Unfortunately the gift card doesn’t come with wine, but you can buy some wine and then invite me over to help you drink it. Deal?
Until next time, America!
-The Kieffer’s Guy