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Difference Between 5qt Bowl-Lift Models

Now that you know the difference between open vs. closed loop and between horizontal vs. vertical bowl-lift models, it’s time to answer your original question: What are the differences between 5qt bowl-lift models?

The three most popular 5qt bowl-lift models are GE’s GSF25JFUWW, Maytag’s MHWE5755WEM and Bosch’s SHE43C05UC.

GE’s GSF25JFUWW is one of GE’s more popular dishwashers for small kitchens looking for a space saving design with a compatible countertop dishwasher. Conveniently, GE also created a dishwasher attachment that attaches to the bottom of the GSF25JFUWW. (The GSF25JFUWW can even be used in high-efficiency mode, which means it uses less water and electricity.)

Maytag’s MHWE5755WEM is one of Maytag’s best dishwashers for medium to large kitchens looking for features such as a self-cleaning feature and an optional upper rack. While Maytag didn’t create its own stand up upper rack like with GE’s GSF25JFUWW, its stand up upper rack comes with a slide out basket that can be easily adjusted to accommodate different sized dishes.

Bosch’s SHE43C05UC is one of Bosch’s best dishwashers for consumers who are looking for a 5qt bowl-lift model with an extra large capacity. Bosch’s SHE43C05UC is 19 inches tall, which makes it a great choice for very tall kitchens.

The main difference between the GE GSF25JFUWW, Maytag MHWE5755WEM and Bosch SHE43C05UC is their respective features. The GE GSF25JFUWW offers a dishwasher attachment that allows your cookware to be put into the dishwasher while still on the stove top.

The Maytag MHWE5755WEM comes with a stainless steel tub, upper rack and internal detergent dispenser to assist in cleaning your dishes. The Bosch SHE43C05UC has an integrated upper rack that provides additional storage. The GE GSF25JFUWW and the Bosch SHE43C05UC have the same capacity of 5 quarts, but their other features are different.

Higher capacity models such as the GE GSF25JFUWW increase water consumption and electricity consumption by approximately 10% or more. Higher cost models such as the GE GSF25JFUWW also increase your dishwasher’s main electrical components, which could increase its overall lifetime costs by as much as 20%. Click here to read our blog post about how the energy rating of a dishwasher can determine its cost.

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When comparing dishwashers, it is also important to consider the estimated life of the dishwasher itself. High-efficiency dishwashers that run on a high volume of water and electricity, such as GE’s GSF25JFUWW and Bosch’s SHE43C05UC, last longer than their less energy efficient counterparts such as Maytag’s MHWE5755WEM.

A dishwasher can be a large investment such as GE’s GSF25JFUWW, which is approximately $1,350 more than Maytag’s MHWE5755WEM. We recommend that you carefully consider the features of a dishwasher and the longevity of the product before purchasing your dishwasher.

If you’re ready to shop for a 5qt bowl-lift model, check here. We have multiple reviews on other 5qt models. Currently, we have GE’s GSF25JFUWW, Maytag’s MHWE5755WEM and Bosch’s SHE43C05UC listed along with their respective price tags.

When comparing these models, it is important to consider any additional costs such as installation and recycling, which are not included in their prices. Before making your purchase, we suggest reading each review thoroughly to find out more about each product.

If you’re looking for a 6qt bowl-lift model, click here.

If you’re looking for a less expensive 5qt model that does not have the stand up stainless steel tub, lower capacity or performance features such as the GE GSF25JFUWW and Maytag MHWE5755WEM, check here. We have other models, such as General Electric’s GSH043ZKQQWW 6qt dishwasher, listed with their respective prices. You can compare these products and read each review thoroughly to find out more about each product.

The Main Differences Between 6qt Bowl-Lift Models:

Now that you know the difference between open vs. closed loop and between horizontal vs. vertical bowl-lift models, it’s time to answer your original question: What are the differences between 6qt bowl-lift models?

The three most popular 6qt bowl-lift models are GE’s GSF28JFUWW, Maytag’s MHWE6360WEM and Bosch’s SHE60C05UC.

GE’s GSF28JFUWW is one of GE’s more popular dishwashers for small kitchens looking for a space saving design with a compatible countertop dishwasher. Conveniently, GE also created a dishwasher attachment that attaches to the bottom of the GSF28JFUWW. (The GSF28JFUWW can even be used in high-efficiency mode, which means it uses less water and electricity.)

Maytag’s MHWE6360WEM is one of Maytag’s best dishwashers for medium to large kitchens looking for features such as a self-cleaning feature and an optional upper rack. While Maytag didn’t create its own stand up upper rack like with GE’s GSF28JFUWW, its stand up upper rack comes with a slide out basket that can be easily adjusted to accommodate different sized dishes.

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Bosch’s SHE60C05UC is one of Bosch’s best dishwashers for consumers who are looking for a 6qt bowl-lift model with an extra large capacity. Bosch’s SHE60C05UC is 19 inches tall, which makes it a great choice for very tall kitchens.

The main difference between the GE GSF28JFUWW, Maytag MHWE6360WEM and Bosch SHE60C05UC is their respective features. The GE GSF28JFUWW offers a dishwasher attachment that allows your cookware to be put into the dishwasher while still on the stove top. The Maytag MHWE6360WEM comes with a stainless steel tub, upper rack and internal detergent dispenser to assist in cleaning your dishes.

The Bosch SHE60C05UC has an integrated upper rack that provides additional storage. The GE GSF28JFUWW and the Bosch SHE60C05UC have the same capacity of 6 quarts, but their other features are different. If you’re ready to shop for a 6qt bowl-lift model, check here. We have multiple reviews on other 6qt models.

Are all KitchenAid bowls the same?

The KitchenAid cookware is made to fit a standard bowl-lift model, but must be switched out for a different bowl lift model. The bowl lift height and design varies from one model to the next. If you want to learn more about this topic and how it affects your dishwasher’s performance, click here.

Are all KitchenAid dishwasher attachments universal?

With a few exceptions, most of the KitchenAid dishwasher attachments are universal and will fit on any undamaged tub. Some exceptions include the following:

• Bottom front panel, which prevents damage to the front of your dishwasher.

• Side panels, which prevent damage to the sides of your dishwasher.

• Sides and top panels, which prevent damage caused by burners or hot pots/pans from coming into contact with your sink and damaging the sides or top panels.

• Bowl-lift adapter, which is designed specifically for your specific model of dishwasher.

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• Tines, which are designed specifically for your specific model of dishwasher. For example, other models do not have the optional tines located in the front rack.

Are all KitchenAid dishwashers compatible with each other?

KitchenAid dishwashers are compatible with one another and can be easily replaced as long as you purchase the right type of replacement parts. When purchasing a KitchenAid dishwasher, you will receive a pair of front door panels and left and right side panels to match your table-top dishwasher’s original design.

What is the difference between KitchenAid Classic and Deluxe?

KitchenAid Classic and Deluxe series have many similarities, including their removable bowls, stainless steel tubs and porcelain coated interior. The differences include features such as the number of cycles per wash and under-the-counter controls.

What is the difference between KitchenAid Premier and Stainless Steel?

KitchenAid Premier series has similar features but comes with matching front door panels and right and left sides panels. The main difference is that Premier has a bottom front panel, which helps to prevent damage to your dishwasher’s bottom.

What is the difference between KitchenAid Artisan and custom?

KitchenAid’s Artisan series has similar features but comes with matching front door panels and right and left sides panels. The main difference is that Artisan has a bottom front panel, which helps to prevent damage to your dishwasher’s bottom.

How many cycles does my dishwasher have?

Dishwashers that come with standard cycles include light, normal and heavy. Some models may come within a bundle of cycles such as light, touch wash and the option to add an additional cycle of your choosing. Other dishwashers may come with an optional cycle such as self-clean, soak or rinse only.

CONCLUSION:

While all the above information is helpful, it is still important to do your research to determine which model is the best fit for your home. If you are not sure which KitchenAid dishwasher model to purchase or have any questions about our products, feel free to contact a KitchenAid dealer near you. We would be happy to assist you in finding the right model for your home.