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    Product Height
    33 7/8 inches
    Product Width
    23 9/16 inches
    Product Depth
    23 3/4 inches
    Operating Sound Level
    44 decibels adjusted
    Number Of Racks
    3
    Tub Finish
    Stainless steel
depth 23 3/4 inches
Bosch - 300 Series 24" Top Control Built-In Stainless Steel Tub Dishwasher with 3rd Rack, 44 dBA - Stainless Steel - Front_Standard
height 33 7/8 inches
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Bosch - 300 Series 24" Top Control Built-In Stainless Steel Tub Dishwasher with 3rd Rack, 44 dBA - Stainless Steel

Model:SHXM63W55N
SKU:5710311
Your price for this item is $1,099.99
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Product Height
33 7/8 inches
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33 7/8 inches
Product Width
23 9/16 inches
23 9/16 inches
23 1/2 inches
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Product Depth
23 3/4 inches
23 3/4 inches
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Reviews

Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews

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  • Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars

88%would recommend to a friend

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    No Heating Element to dry your dishes!

    This wasn't exactly the model I was looking for, but Best Buy was offering free installation, so I caved in and made the purchase. Well Bosch is truly one of the leaders when it comes to kitchen appliances. This machine is quiet, smooth, and efficient! The buttons are on the top surface of the door so they're not accessible once the machine is on. A red light shines on the floor to indicate that the machine is running. If you're looking for a new dishwasher, a stainless steel tub is superior to that of a plastic tub, but you'll also be paying for it. The only other option is whether you have a bar handle or not. The bar is the premium, otherwise you will most likely have a handle carved out in the door. The only other notable really is that this model does not come with a heating element to dry your dishes, rather the machine uses the natural heat from the wash load to dry the dishes and leave them spotless. However, this means that you have about a 90-120 minute from when the cycle ends to remove the dishes. Once the tub begins to cool, the moisture will recondense back to H2O, and your load will be wet again. This is a huge inconvenience as you will not be able to run the dishwasher before going to bed and emptying the dishwasher in the morning. Lastly, rinsing or soaking the dishes before loading and washing ensure a cleaner load (I've let it sit in the dishwasher for 2 days and there was some really caked on stuff that was still a tad stubborn after the wash). Overall, the lack of a heating element was kind of a bummer, but otherwise, I'm happy with the features and performance of this machine. I'd recommend the Bosch line in general as they are solid machines, but I don't know if I'd recommend this particular model as the heating element is a bummer.

    Posted by GaSGinsters

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Very quiet dishwasher with plenty of space.

    My previous dishwasher was a Whirlpool model that was supposed to be quiet. It wasn't. We usually only ran it at night when we slept. It did a good job with cleaning dishes and lasted 18 years so I can't complain. I heard Bosch was a really good brand so I read the reviews on several models and ended up taking a chance on this newer upgraded dishwasher that didn't have any reviews, but had nicer features including a stainless steel tub and an additional top rack that works great for serving utensils and plastic container tops. I'm pleased with how quiet it is and roomy it is compared to my old dishwasher that had an annoying pole in the bottom that got in the way of larger plates. There is a red light that shines on the floor when the dishwasher is on which I read annoyed some reviewers, but I actually like. My family often would open our old dishwasher when it was running so this helps to indicate that it's on. The only complaint I have is that the door doesn't open smoothly. It sticks and I have to yank on it a little to open it.

    Posted by Karen

  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Clean, but wet dishes

    This is our second Bosch dishwasher, replacing a 9-year-old 100 series model that died. The previous model was excellent in every way, and with a sale price and free installation, we were able to afford what we thought was an even better model. Although it does do an outstanding job of getting the dishes clean, there are three major issues with it and given the choice, I would definitely choose another model. 1. The dishes don't fully dry. With the old model, even with heated drying turned off, the dishes always dried completely by simply opening the door promptly. With this model, even with the extra-dry setting, the dishes do n't come out fully dry. We end up having to use a towel to finish drying many items before putting them away, which largely defeats the purpose of having a dishwasher in the first place. 2. The arrangement of tines on the racks is not as functional as in the old model. We've had a few months to get used to it, but we still can't load this model as efficiently. 3. The third rack seems like a good idea, but it doesn't work well in practice. Used for cutlery, it takes several times longer to load as the cutlery baskets that are wisely still provided. Used for larger items such as cups and bowls, those items don't get clean. The problem is that larger items on the upper rack block the water flow from even reaching the third rack. This model clearly illustrates that the 'better model' is not always the better model. It's a classic case of over-engineering.

    Posted by SteveInNYC

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