COMFEE’ Portable Dishwasher, Countertop Dishwasher with 3 Place Settings, Mini Dishwasher with More Space Inside, 6 Programs,
|Installation Type||Counter Top|
|Product Dimensions||13.6″D x 21.7″W x 19.7″H|
|Capacity||3 Place Settings|
|Special Feature||Touch Panel, Sound Reduction System, Auto Door Open, 2 Racks, Installation Free|
|Color||White & Grey|
|Included Components||Dishwasher, Inlet pipe,drain pipe,water supply bucket,bucket pipe,suction cup|
|Finish Type||stainless steel,abs|
- [No installation needed ]: With a portable Bucket, you can put the dishwasher in any suitable place. Besides, You can also be hooked to the kitchen faucet directly with the included water inlet.
- [Slim Body with 3 PlaceSettings ]: With a slimmer body, the tabletop dishwasher takes up less countertop space and is perfect for tiny kitchens. Great for families (3-4people). It’s also has been considerately designed that load up to 300mm plate with the upper basket removed
- [ Auto-Open Drying ]: Never worry about damp dishes again with COMFEE’s Auto-Open Drying function. Auto-Open helps moisture escape quickly, for an improved & efficient drying performance
- [162 ℉ High-Temp Hygiene ]: The Hygiene wash cycle boosts water temperature to 162℉which can tackle heavily soiled dishes and is also suitable for cleaning baby bottles and children’s dinner sets.
- [ 6+2 Program Options ]: 6 Washing programs: HEAVY, NORMAL, HYGIENE, 50MIN WASH, RAPID, SELF CLEAN, which meet all your daily cleaning needs. Equipped with 2 enhanced functions: AUTO-OPEN provides effective drying performance; CHILD LOCK option allows you to lock the buttons on the control panel so children cannot accidentally start the dishwasher
- 【Delay Start Function】 With the option to delay wash cycles between 1 to 24 hours, COMFEE’ dishwasher allows you to delay the start of your wash cycle to a time that suits you the most and benefits you from off-peak power rates
From the manufacturer
MaxLoad up to 11.81 inch
Capable of loading Extra-Large dishware, such as deep pot and plate up to 300mm. Simply with the upper basket removed.
QuadZone PRO Wash
Featuring 3 dedicated spray arms & 1 utensil wash, offers corner to corner coverage, grants you clean and brilliant dishes, even for the heaviest soiled ones.
Auto Open Dry
Dishwasher door opens automatically, leaving a small gap to allow for fresh air circulation. Keep your dishes dry & fresh in an friendly way.
|Dimensions||21.7 × 19.7 in|
13.6 x 21.7 x 19.7 inches
|Country of Origin||
|Item model number||
3 Place Settings
|Annual Energy Consumption||
203 Kilowatt Hours Per Year
Touch Panel, Sound Reduction System, Auto Door Open, 2 Racks, Installation Free
White & Grey
Dishwasher, Inlet pipe,drain pipe,water supply bucket,bucket pipe,suction cup
Item can be shipped within U.S.
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|Date First Available||
September 9, 2022
It’s just me –
Save hours on dishes!This little dishwasher has saved me 5-10 hours in hand washing dishes per week! I use the two bucket option: one to pull clean water into the dishwasher and one to drain. I’m amazed at how well it works! The dishes come out sparkling clean and air dry quickly with the auto-open door feature. I love that large dinner dishes and soup pots can fit due to the height and I can fit a surprisingly large amount of dishes in it. The spray arms on the top, bottom and back ensure every surface comes out clean.I have a tiny kitchen with very little counter space, but it fits perfectly on a three tier, $20 stand I purchased at a local discount store. As an added bonus, it consumes about 50-75% less water than hand washing dishes. That equals savings on water, sewer and electric hot water heater expenses. It’s one of my best appliance investments ever!
The good bad and ugly, while used not near a sink, and hard plumbedBefore I go into my findings for remote use, meaning not near a sink/drain, here’s some stuff to consider. This is large, the dimensions are in the listing and likely will not fit under the upper cabinets of many many many US homes. It’s heavy at 51lbs as stated in the listing. One more thing you can do, as I did, and read the PDF version of the manual before purchasing which is available in the listing body. Not everything I wanted to know such as hose and cord lengths are even in the manual so I shared that information in text boxes on my photos. You may want to touch the photo for it to enlarge to read or see all the details I shared. Now onto my experience so far compared to a smaller cube style portable dishwasher which has an onboard tank. After having a small cube style portable dishwasher I found we don’t have dishes piled up and are very good at emptying and loading daily, unlike the full size built in at our old house which was always a crap shoot if the dishes were clean dirty or some of both since it wasn’t ran daily. So when the upper spray bar quit working, I decided to look for a bigger one to accommodate pots and pans that could still be used remotely, and this seemed to fit the bill but about $200 more than the cube one.FYI, I paid $419 with at the time a $30 off coupon and waited 2 weeks for it to arrive. – 1 STAR- MUST HAVE 2 BUCKETS FOR REMOTE USE, meaning not near a sink/drain I thought this one would suck up all the water it needs to run a complete cycle, and I could use the same bucket as the waste water catch. That’s a big fat NO! This sucks up water as needed multiple times during a cycle along with draining as needed, so both buckets must be in place during the entire cycle until it ends, and I really mean, until it ends. For instance if you’re johnny on the spot after it finishes spraying water and the count down cycle timer still has time left on it. And you decide to pull out the dishes before the timer is zero, well it will drain some more so don’t pull out the waste water bucket until the timer is zero! You MUST use 2 buckets, one for clean water the other for dirty water making this quite the set up and space hogger for remote, not near a sink use. Yes you could put it on a cart and wheel it where needed, which I did a couple of times to see if that worked for me, but found it more of a time waster, space taker and more of a nuisance than just hand washing. Now the directions when using the clean water collapsible bucket it comes with say to fill just above the 12L mark. This leaves around 1/8″ to the top making it impossible to carry across the room. You’ll be investing in another bucket if used remotely, not near a sink. If used in your sink, keeping your faucet available, it’s not an issue. You really should have 2 buckets, with a minimal 3.5 gallon capacity so they don’t slosh out when you move them. – 3 STARS – THE AMOUNT OF SPACE IT REALLY TAKES The dimensions on the listing are accurate, but if you picked up as I did the 2 different measurements for depth from front to back with the door closed, one is the base or footprint the other includes the thickness of the door which sticks out roughly an inch passed the body. Well add another 1-1/2″ to 2″ on that, the cord and hoses stick out passed the back since this wasn’t designed with a recessed area for them tuck into. It leaves enough countertop in front of it for small tasks, let’s say buttering toast, at least on my 23″ deep countertops. If you’re like me and have this in a remote corner of countertop with the cord and hoses not only running along the back but also the side, add 1-1/2 to 2 inches to the width to accommodate. As I mentioned earlier this is quite tall and likely won’t fit under your overhead cabinets, but if you happen to have high hung cabinetry, you won’t be worried about the steam affecting the cabinets if they are around 12″ deep, since the steam vents off out where the door opens at end of cycle and should clear with a few inches to spare. I shared numerous photos with a 2 liter bottle next to it giving you the idea of it’s size. – 5 STARS – CYCLE TIMES, TEMPERATURE AND WATER USE There are plenty to choose from so pick what works for each load. This information is straight from the manual and can be viewed via PDF prior to purchase, but I also shared photos of them. – The water use ranges from 1.85 gallons of water to 2.99. – Cycle times range from 29 minutes to 150 minutes. – Water temperature ranges from 122⁰ F to 162⁰ F I typically use the 58 minute cycle which has no problem removing dried on gravy from breakfast when I run it that night. -3 STARS – NO HEATED OR FORCED AIR CIRCULATING DRYING OPTION. As stated in the listing the door pops open about 2″ at the end of cycle, this is optional, to quickly release the steam, hence items that hold heat well , like glass, aluminum and steel, tend to quickly dry, and naturally plastic will still be wet. Now this is ok if you start the dishwasher before leaving to work or before bed and enough hours pass, allowing natural evaporation to take place, leaving for the most part, everything dry including plastics with only small puddles caught on rims. If you need to do loads back to back, you will be hand drying droplets on even glass and steel, although my thick stainless steel flatware and thick pots and pans are usually completely dry, as they hold heat naturally and help evaporate water rapidly. Something I really liked about my cube portable was it offered heated dry or fan circulated air dry, and miss this option on this one. -4 STARS – NOISE LEVEL No doubt it sounds like a dishwasher, it’s quieter than the full size built-ins we’ve had, but louder than the cube portable I had. An additional noise you will hear when using the clean water bucket to fill, is the water pump. If you’re standing within 2 feet from it, you’ll likely slightly raise your conversation voice. Mine is placed between the kitchen and living room and we don’t need to turn up the TV volume or raise voices in the living room or most of the kitchen. It really isn’t loud. – 5 STARS- EXCELLENT CLEANING POWER. This has enough spray bars to soak and remove everything we’ve put in, including dried on gravy and a lasagna pan. I have zero complaints here! – 5 STARS – DISH HOLDING/ARRANGING CAPACITY Truly some of the reasons I bought this, the upper removable rack, the lower racks ability to fold tines down, the ability to place roughly 12″ tall items, wide rack accommodates pots with handles, although my 12″ skillet with long handle on one side then short handle on opposite side has to go across the bottom rack caddy corner, it’s easier just to hand wash. After you play around with it a few times you’ll figure out what fits where around each other. If you have 10″ plates with 1″ deep rims as I do, the tine spacing is not as accommodating but still doable. The upper rack fits tumbler lids on the left, lots of flatware in the middle, and smaller tea and coffee cups, pinch bowls or utensils on the right. -4 STARS – HOSE AND CORD LENGTHS I give the lengths in text boxes on my shared photos. When used remotely away from a sink, both the fresh water pick up hose 78″ and drain hose 77″ are long enough to reach buckets on the floor. By the way the pick up hose is stiff and hard to keep where you need it, also doesn’t have an 90⁰ elbow off the back, which it really needs to prevent it from stretching away from the barb it’s attached to on the back and prevent leaking, when you have this shoved as close to the backsplash as possible. The corrugated drain hose is similar to all dishwasher drain hoses, only this one comes with a terrible plastic type suction cup to prevent the tip from flopping around. I ended up replacing the suction cup with a silicone one which actually holds in place. The faucet hook up hose, I hope you don’t need to use, is very very stiff and unruly. This is the shortest hose at 60″ of usable length minus the amount needed to clear the dishwasher body which is 9″ to 12″ depending on what side you run it from. The power cord length is 53″ and has a flat or 90⁰ plug.- 3 STARS- HARD PLUMBED IN. Bye the way,By no means do they advertise this to be hard plumbed in, but after a couple months using it remotely I decided to. Here are my findings you will definitely want to be apprised of if you go this route.Here’s what you need to know if you’ll be hard/permanent plumbing it in. For the water hook up you’ll be using the inlet designed to hook to a sink faucet. Well the threads for this hose are NOT standard US dishwasher, which here in the states is the same as a garden hose, the threads on this dishwasher are fine threaded. You might be able to hunt down an adapter to change the threads which accommodates standard US dishwasher hoses, but I had no luck at 2 home and garden centers. Maybe try an actual Plumbing store. I ended up having to use the hose which came with it, cut the faucet connector end off and using a 1/2″ barbed fitting to convert the end making it possible to hard plumb.As far as the drain hose, I was able to find and install a “Y” drain pipe instead of my existing straight pipe to accommodate the hose. Just make sure you use a hose clamp since the dishwasher pumps dirty water out with a lot of pressure, and you definitely don’t want water flooding underneath your sink. Another thing is the water inlet hose which came with it, had a pinhole leak near the threaded fitting, as though it wasn’t crimped properly. I contacted Amazon, which they could only offer a return/replace since they don’t have spare parts. Then tried contacting the manufacturer, but lo and behold their website has zero ways to contact them, also doesn’t offer replacement parts.FYI- I didn’t need to use any on/off valve, as the machine already has a valve to control the water flow built in.- 3 STARS- OVERALL TAKE It’s great if you have the ability to place it next to your sink where it will live all the time, and if you use the bucket this leaves your faucet freed up. While I like it’s capacity for long handle pots, It’s not set up well for those of us who need it remotely placed away from a sink. I would NOT have purchased it if I had known it doesn’t suck up all the water it needs at the same time, hence requiring me to have to use 2 buckets. This is where my old cube portable shines, yes it took 3 trips with a pitcher to fill it’s tank, but only 1 bucket and hose sitting on my floor, not 2. I also do not like no recess to accommodate the cord and hoses. So far I’ve ended up purchasing $20 worth of 90⁰ elbows and tubing to correct the fresh water pick up tube issues, $4 for a suction cup and another $50 in attractive cans, (these are in a a photo in a stackable configuration), these are visible full time in my kitchen, stackable trash bins to use as the fresh water and dirty water bins which are a larger capacity at 3.5 gallons to ensure I don’t slosh water everywhere when moving them to fill and empty. I can’t say it’s been worth it. It’s cost me even more money to work in my space, also it isn’t free returns hence I’m on the fence of sending it back. In hindsight I probably should of stuck with the cube style with onboard water tank and just dealt with hand washing pots and pans. Too bad this doesn’t have an onboard tank, it would make it even more remote friendly. It would be great for those who have the space to place it next to a sink. This is designed to keep your faucet freed up by using the fresh water bucket in the sink, but for those of us using remotely, you will be shelling out more money, and figuring a bucket system so they aren’t in the way of your walk space. Hopefully this was helpful!
Alex Kingsbery –
Love this thingSo far this little dishwasher has been amazing. The taller height allowing larger taller items to be washed is awesome. The cleaning power has been great. The ease of use and the time saved from handwashing is so, so great. I tapped into the hot line under the kitchen sink and ran the drain pipe out of sight and down the washer/dryer drain pipe that is right next to the machine. As long as this thing does not break down within a few years this thing is totally worth the time saved and energy/water saved.
Good helperEverything is as described! This dishwasher is very helpful.It’s good helper.It saves many times.It is small, but it works great .It would be perfect size for 4people.Easy to load, easy to use, and dishes come out clean!I was so happy to get my dishwasher.
Large, Cumbersome, Expensive, SlowI was pretty excited for this product, but after trying it it’s simply not worth it. It’s huge and heavy. I’m a strong guy and I can barely move it. It takes a ton of counter space. It also causes a mess every time you unplug the hoses. The price point is also very expensive and it takes nearly 2 hours to clean dishes. I’m not exactly sure who this is for but it’s not for me
Excellent but …Love it works well but it didn’t fit underneath my kitchen upper cabinets. I really wanted to keep it but it was causing more of a space issue
I wanted to like this dishwasher butI really liked the idea of having two levels in the dishwasher, as the one I have is cramped for space. You can definitely fit more in this one. Compared to the Airmsen I have, this one doesn’t dry dishes nearly as well. Even using settings that have the dry feature, I still had to wipe the utensils off, which is a pain. Amazon customer service was great about the return, even scheduled UPS to come pick it up. I am considering getting a second Airmsen.
No refundI didn’t like the fact that it didn’t work and when I returned it i still haven’t received my refund Amazon said once they get it back I’ll get my refund they have it back and I still haven’t received my refund