The Beko DSFN6830 looks very minimalist from the outside, with almost nothing given away apart from the remaining wash time, which is displayed on a discreet LCD display. However open it up and it’s a really quite impressive beast.
With the capacity to hold thirteen place settings, large enough to deal with the dirty dishes of the average family, once dishes are in the machine the Auto Wash System can use the eleven sensors inside the Beko DSFN6830 to figure out what it needs to wash and how it should do so, taking the work out of what is already a fairly work-free process.
Of course if you don’t want to use the Auto Wash System you can programme it yourself. There’s plenty of reason and scope to do so as the Beko DSFN6830 has eight programmes that use six different wash temperatures, so you’ll always be able to find the right settings for your particular set of dirty dishes. Or, if you’re in a hurry, you can use the Quick Clean setting — it only takes 58 minutes and, like the rest of the Beko DSFN6830 cycles, it has an A rating for its cleaning power.
You don’t have to worry about the Beko DSFN6830 damaging your dishes, either, as the mix wash technology has been specially created to protect delicate items. It’s also easy to get these delicate items in, or in fact whatever items you want because the lower rack has folding plate supports that can be used or slipped away as needed and the top basket has an adjustable height, even when it’s fully loaded.
The Beko DSFN6830 is quiet, spacious inside and cleans really well. Some of the items might need a little extra drying after they’ve been washed, but this is a common problem.