Miele G7310 SCi review
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At more than £1,000, you would expect the Miele G7310 SCi semi-integrated dishwasher to have lots of features. And it has: automatic detergent dispenser, app and voice control, automatic open door drying, an extra quiet option, and more. But it's only worth a place in your kitchen if it can clean and dry brilliantly. Read our full review to find out how it did in our testing.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- How well does it clean and dry?
- What's more impressive is that it still washes and dries so well. Against eggs, oats, tea and more, it cleaned almost every dish. Drying is even more impressive; you'll never have to worry about wiping over dishes as you're unloading again.
- How much does it cost to run?
- Is it easy to use and live with?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
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