Good price for a well-reviewed built-in dishwasher. Regular price on this model (Model #: SHX4ATF5UC) is $700. Current price listed at www.lowes.com is $566.10 (expires 11/5), and you can bring it down with a 10% off promo code. Go to http://jsbin.com/efUHIwu/1 to generate the 10% off promo code (code expires 11/15). Final price comes out to $509.49 + tax.
Thanks OP for posting the Lowes.com coupon code generator. I never knew of the site till you posted it. I think the site in itself is a real pro for anything as I just bought a coupon code for Lowes.com to apply to an order. Thanks for posting OP!
poorfatkid said: I have a Bosch dishwasher... Never once failed. Super quiet. Can stand right next to it and can barely tell it's running. Gets dishes clean.
Is it Bosch you say is "Repairmans favorite dishwasher of all time" or just this model?
Something to get used to with my Bosch... No heating element to dry the dishes. Heats the water just fine just doesn't have a heated dry. Not sure about this one.
In the specs under this model, it shows:
"Heated/Hi-Temp Dry: Yes"
I am wary of Bosch, not because I am worried about the repair record, but HOW they deal with repairs when needed - which based on our last experience with a brand new Bosch washing machine, is horrific (and it wasn't just my experience, apparently they do not handle repairs well at all, generally).
anokun7 said: Getting hit with sales tax for $30.57. Still a great deal, especially because it is a steel tub & all. I just didn't expect the tax and OP makes no mention of it. Why would you not have to pay tax?
Sounds like a good deal, and I doubt most other brands are better, but I started having issues with my Bosch dishwasher after 6 months of very light use. My model was recalled due to being a fire hazard, but although my serial number matched the recall list, they kept telling me mine wasn't included. When we had it repaired, it turned out that it DID have the same issue as the recalled ones. It does clean well, but it's been fixed twice for the issue because the repair doesn't hold up. I babysit it when it's running. Most appliances don't hold up well these days, but you don't expect them to be a possible fire hazard.
FYI: We were able to combine this purchase with a current offer Lowe's is running (through 11/12 I believe) of free installation ($129 value in my area) when you purchase a Bosch Dishwasher and the Lowe's Basic Install package ($129 is a rebate you receive in the form of a gift card). We purchased the Dishwasher prior to this promotion started but were able to go into the store have them refund then rebill the dishwasher purchase (same price as we had paid through the website) coupled with the install package to meet the terms of the rebate requirements. All in all we paid $552 for the dishwasher, deliver and install (well, at least after we get the gift card that's what we will have paid). Hope this helps some of you. YMMV.
pietromoon said: Repairmans favorite dishwasher of all time
Agree! Got one in the garage now with E24 and E25 error codes. Minimum $150 service call. Likely issue is the pump which is another $180 for just the part. Instead got a brand new all stainless GE from Sears clearance normally $800 for $370 after local utlilty energy rebate. The GE is built like a tank and looks a lot easier access for home repair.
The Bosch lasted 2.5 years. Same price as this deal. Only good thing I can say is that it was quiet when it worked...
Quikboy4 said: anokun7 said: Getting hit with sales tax for $30.57. Still a great deal, especially because it is a steel tub & all. I just didn't expect the tax and OP makes no mention of it. Why would you not have to pay tax?
No tax if you get the washer installed, at least in FL.
Same in NC. No tax if you get the washer installed.But have to go to the store to get the installation added. My cost was 509$ after the 10% off coupon. + no tax. Thinking of getting the 5yr Lowes warranty for 109$.
h8py said: Does anyone know how to use Lowes card to save extra 5% online? I tried but it gave me 6 mo finance. I don't see anywhere I can change that.
I had this happen last week, using a coupon will automatically reject the additional 5% for using Lowes card. Checked with CSR via online. She said she could remove the 10% and give me the 5%, but I said no thanks
Had my Bosch for 5 years and 2 service calls ( which cost more for a Bosch ) I was told to run hot water before starting cycle so it doesn't have to work so hard to heat the water. Not sure if this is why they crapp out so much or not.
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