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Bosch - 800 Series 24" Bar Handle Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Tub - White

A quiet but powerful clean. With its near-silent operation and thorough wash cycles, this sleek Bosch dishwasher is an ideal addition to any kitchen. Plus, touch control technology makes programming each cycle simple and convenient.

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    • Black stainless steel
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    Key Specs

    • Product Height
      33.875 inches
    • Product Width
      23.5625 inches
    • Product Depth
      23.75 inches
    • Condensation Drying
    • Sound-Reduction System
    • Operating Sound Level
      42 decibels
    • Number Of Racks
    • Tub Finish
      Stainless steel
    • Tall Tub Design
    • Color Finish
    Bosch - 800 Series 24" Bar Handle Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Tub - White - Front_Standard
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    What's Included

    • 24" Bar Handle Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Tub
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (286 out of 304)


    24” width

    There’s room for up to 16 place settings. Plus, choose from 6 wash cycles including five-level wash, 5 options like Extra Dry, and a concealed heating element.

    Flexible 3rd rack

    Accommodate the odd one out. Adding the 3rd rack with its adjustable tines can create the right fit for deep, tall, or uniquely-shaped items.

    EasyGlide™ rack

    Load and unload smoothly. It’s easy to adjust and move the racks, even while they’re full of dishes.


    Fit it all, every time. With 3 different height levels and up to 9 possible rack positions, you can customize each load for your needs.

    24/7 Aquastop®

    Protect your floors. This 4-part leak prevention system uses sensors to detect and stop leaks, and can even turn on by itself.

    42-dBA noise level rating

    Wash dishes in peace. Bosch dishwashers are so quiet, you have to check the exterior Infolight® to know they’re on.

    Touch Control

    Program a cycle quickly. The integrated controls make it easy with simple touch technology.

    Dishwasher hookup kit is not included, but is sold separately.

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 304 reviews

    would recommend to a friend



    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Super Quiet , Convenient & Effective

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      We've wanted to replace our very noisy dishwasher with something a lot quieter for some time now. Our house is open-plan; you can't run the dishwasher and watch a movie at the same time. Our old dishwasher finally died and we started looking. Another family member has a Bosch 800 series and we've read lots of good things about Bosch so we started our search there and decided that it really was the best choice. How quiet is it? The 800 has an info light that shines a solid red circle on the floor when it's running so that you'll know it's running. It's THAT quiet. There are some points in the cycle that you are more likely to hear some minor sound (like when it's draining) but the sound is never intrusive; turn it on and it fades away into the background. This is a great option for open plan homes. Convenience - The 800 comes with the a flatware rack (top), rack-o-matic and cup shelves for the middle rack and no exposed heating element. Both middle and bottom racks (I think) have adjustable tines that in addition to the fixed tines (the bottom rack for sure) The top rack is a shallow rack for flatware - an alternative to the traditional flatware basket (which is also included), I find the top rack far more convenient to use than the basket (which sits in a cupboard somewhere). There are small tines to support laying each piece of silverware on edge and separate from it's neighbors which helps ensure that they all get clean. Using the top rack for flatware instead of the basket also frees up space for more dishes in the bottom rack. The cup racks in the middle rack let you stack short items like tea cups, ramekins or similar; put some on the rack, fold down the shelf and place another row above the first. The shelves fold up if you need room for tall items instead. The rack-o-matic feature for the middle rack allows you to raise and lower the middle rack. The bottom and middle racks have different features and you'll likely find a particular height setting that works best for your dishes (I did) although it's really easy to adjust the rack as needed. The 800's heating element is tucked away in the guts of the machine somewhere not sitting exposed at the bottom of the tub waiting to melt anything that falls into it's maw. I put dishes where it's most convenient and don't worry about top rack vs bottom rack. We've been very pleased with the 800's cleaning results - it consistently does a great job of getting the dishes clean. Per the instructions, we don't rinse dishes before putting them in the dishwasher; we just scrape off any big pieces of food and put them right in the dishwasher. NOTE: The quietest dishwashers (across all brands) don't include a food grinder because these are noisy. They have a filter to catch big pieces of food instead. We were a little concerned about having a filter- another thing to maintain. But our family member who owns an 800 said they rarely if ever need to empty/rinse out the filter. After a month or so, that's been our experience as well; scrape the big pieces off before you put the dishes in the dishwasher and there won't be anything for the filter to do (FYI: the filter is permanent - not a consumable item). One observation - There has been a small (but very acceptable) learning curve for loading this dishwasher. The racks aren't like racks in other dishwashers I've used; there are lots of different ways to load dishes - especially with the adjustable tines, cup rack and rack-o-matic. After you've run a few loads, you'll learn to take advantage of the 800's flexibility. We are really pleased with the Bosch 800.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars


      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      We just replaced the original Maytag dishwasher that was installed when the house was built in 2003. It never cleaned properly and recently had been leaking. It just had so many issues. I've had my eyes on Bosch 800 for a while, but I've been waiting. If you can wait, every a few months, Bosch offers free installation at Best Buy. So, we finally took the plunge and became $900 poorer. We just completed our first run, I loaded a pot that my mom made soup in 2 days ago and it had a ring of stain around it. I also loaded some pans and our regular plates and bowls and cups. 2 hour later, oh boy, that pot came out sparkling clean!!! I'm very very impressed. So here is the breakdown. Pros: - Cleans really really well, no need to pre-rinse. - Uses less than 3 gallons of water, other dishwasher uses 6+ gallons - Has 3rd rack, and all of them are adjustable easily - Super quiet at 42db Cons: - Built in panel means you don't know how long until it's done - Bosch has no heating element, so we have to keep door propped open after load is done. Otherwise, you will notice a pool of water on the inside of the dishwaser. - Option to do half load so you don't have to wait to pile up your dishes Best Buy used in-house Geek Squad agent for installation instead of 3rd party contractor. Manny was helpful and he shared some good tips. if you're unsure because this model is new for 2017, get it and you won't be disappointed. Absolutely the best out there!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Everything we hoped for in a new dishwasher

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      We initially purchased a similarly priced KitchenAid and were just not satisfied with it and exchanged it for this Bosch. It has been almost 6 months now and we could not he happier with that decision. What we especially love about this dishwasher, and where we felt the KitchenAid fell short, is that it simply holds an enormous amount of dishes, utensils, glasses, etc. Despite having the third rack up top, it is still better at accommodating our dinner plates down below (or even a arger cutting board), and tall glasses on the second rack, while still having room for the top rack. It also swallows up far more plates than the KitchenAid could manage. The layout of the racks and the use of space is simply far more efficient, at least four our needs. Beyond the capacity, the dishwasher cleans incredibly well, with the occasional exception for particularly dirty items on the small top rack. Our main concern, and the reason we did not go with Bosch to begin with, was the drying capability. For those that share a similar concern I want to reassure you this has been a complete non-issue for us. I am being 100% sincere here in saying that the dishes, at least with the "Extra Dry" setting, come out just as dry, if not dryer(!) than the KitchenAid. At least this is our experience. Yes, if we have a lot of plastics, those items will still have some moisture, but this was happening in the KitchenAid as well. Bottom line is that this has proven to be one of the few appliance purchases we've made that has not only met, but exceeded our hopes and expectations.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Pricey but worth it!

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      We’ve gone through two (!) dishwashers in the past seven years. No we don’t have a large family, and no we don’t misuse appliances. The first, a GE profile which never cleaned well, was noisy and had multiple repairs and quit working at year 3 so we thought a Samsung would be a more reliable option. Although it worked fine for four years when it failed it failed big time. The seal and motor went at once. So we decided to go for broke and get the model we had wanted all along: the Bosch. We’ve only had it for a month so there’s no telling how long it will last but so far we are extremely happy. It is so quiet that if it weren’t for the red light (a small circle) shining on the floor we wouldn’t know it was working. We love (did I say love?) the three racks! No more bending down to find the long handled spoon at the bottom of the dishwasher. Even plates fit on the second rack making emptying a pleasure. We like being able to use the half load feature and the 60 minute speed cycle. We may have spent more on this one, but we are super happy with our choice.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Does Not Dry Dishes

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      The only reason I am giving 1 star is the fact the Bosch 800 is extremely quiet. That is the ONLY feature I found that was positive. On the Negative side, when I run the dishwasher on the Normal or Auto selection, the dishes as dripping wet. I always keep the reservoir filled to the top with the recommended Finish Jet Dry / Drying agent. So I started selecting "Extra Dry" too when I would run the dishwasher. The dishes are still dripping wet. I had a Kenmore Elite prior to buying this Bosch 800. It was noisy, but for a 15 year old dishwasher, it dried the dishes. I understand some dishes have pools of water due to their shape, but all my dishes are dripping wet and I have to dry each one of them. Another problem I found with this dishwasher is the stench of garbage. Unless you wash your dishes off thoroughly and leave not a spec of food, the dishwasher will smell like rotten garbage after 1 day. I really regret buying this dishwasher and I'm extremely unhappy. Sadly, I am stuck with it now. So I want to warn consumers, DO NOT BUY BOSCH 800 SERIES Dishwashers.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Very happy

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      We purchased a floor model of this dishwasher and received an excellent deal. This model replaced a 20 year old Whirlpool and is a vast improvement. The dishwasher absolutely beautiful by comparison and is so quiet, it's easy to forget it's running until it begins to drain. Thanks to this machine and the sanitize feature my dishes are cleaner than ever. The loading capacity of this machine is far better than my older basic model too - we are a family of 6, and I have yet to have to hold dishes back for a second load. I cook/prepare three meals a day, and even at that, sometimes I run it before it is completely full. The half load option is great for this. The adjustable racks and third rack for silverware come in handy too. I wash all my flatware (all/stainless) in the upper tray and do baby bottle nipples rings and lids in the lower basket. It would be easy to wash some stainless and some silver in the same load because they can be easily separated. The only minor issue I have is that the dishes do not dry fully unless I leave the door propped open for awhile, but that is a nitpicky complaint, and not really a bother. Overall, we are thrilled with our purchase.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      What a great dishwasher


      Shopping around, my wife and I were comparing the Bosh Samsung and LG units. We went with the Bosh. Install was fast and they really did a great job! Previous unit had trim spacing, and the Geek Squad installer went above and beyond making that fit as it was. The dishwasher cleans so well. My previous Maytag was not doing as well given a single bottom spinner. This Bosh is so quiet you don't know it's on. The most I hear is water passing out through the disposal for a few seconds. The LED light is great, though I wished it'd turn green when done. This does not have a dry unit, but I have had no issues with that. Dishes are clean, even if caked on food is loaded (we tried not pre rinsing). Surprisingly with no drying unit, the dishes are very very dry when done. Like any other dishwasher I owned with a dry element, if you don't get them out right away they can have residual water on them (lids especially). Never thought about a top third rack but that is convenient. They really put a lot of thought into the product. The quality is amazingly good.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      We Love this Dishwasher more than I expected!

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Our new Bosch Series 800 Dishwasher surpasses all of our expectations. Though we were hesitant to spend $899 for a dishwasher, we have no regrets. The volume of dishes this machine holds was a big surprise. The top 3rd rack makes a big difference as well as how well the racks store the dishes with tines that flip up or down as needed. At 42 dba, the machine is so quiet you only know its running when the machine drains into the sink plumbing. This is our 2nd Bosch dishwasher. This machine is even better than the first in terms of drying the dishes and storage. And like all Bosch dishwashers, it has no exposed heating element that can melt or damage plasticware. Best Buy folks were great as always as well. I installed this machine myself, and was planning on reusing the original hose connections, but discovered the new dishwashers have a Garden Hose Style Connector for the water line, instead of a 3/8" brass fitting. In returning to Best Buy to buy the adapter, the sales personnel gave me a hose kit with the adapter at no extra charge. So great customer service on top of a great product makes for a great purchase and experience.

      I would recommend this to a friend

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