Product Review: Magic Chef MCSCD6W1 Countertop Dishwasher
Price Range: $250 -- $300
Who Would Buy This: Those shopping for a basic, compact counter-top dishwasher that is ideal for small living spaces.
The Magic Chef MCSCD6W1 has the compactness to fit even on the smallest counter-tops, so it’s perfect for small dwellings like apartments or motor homes. The unit measures 21.7 inches wide, 17.2 in height with a depth of 19.7 inches. It’s clean, elegant design with its use of subtle curves is equally impressive and is sure to compliment any modern kitchen space.
Simple and Flexible
Getting this dishwasher set-up ready for use is a quick and simple process as it connects to a standard sink faucet and comes with all the necessary hoses and Quick Connect adapter. Just connect the 70″ inch intake hose from the unit to a tap and attach the 47″ outlet hose for drainage then it’s ready to roll.
The interior of the MCSCD6W1 is fairly standard as far as portable dishwashers go. We’re pleased to see it has a stainless steel finish for high durability and good energy efficiency.
The single removable rack accommodates six place settings and has a cutlery basket, in addition to rack space for cups and glasses. The rack can hold plates sized up to 10 inches. If you want to clean larger plates, you need to remove the cutlery basket to fit them in.
A user-friendly push-button control panel is situated at the front of the unit, which comprises of three buttons and seven indicator lights.
Start/Pause/Reset – Use this button to start, pause or reset the washing cycle.
Wash Program – Cycle between one of the five programs.
On/Off – Power the unit on or off.
By pressing the Prog button, you can select from the following five wash cycle programs to handle different dish washing tasks.
The noise level is reasonably quiet at 55 dBA thanks to the sound reduction tech that Magic Chef have incorporated. This makes this dishwasher quiet enough to have a normal conversation around.
Manual: Magic Chef MCSCD6W1 manual
Guarantee: 1-year limited warranty.
This is a great portable dishwasher which is very easy to install, has a good feature set and a solid track record for reliability.
It’s quiet operation due to its use of sound reduction technology allows you to bear being in the same room as it’s running, which is a positive aspect. Despite not being Energy Star qualified, it has an estimated yearly operating cost of only $24, so it is very energy efficient.
For living situations where installing a built-in dishwasher isn’t feasible or you just simply want the portability factor, the Magic Chef MCSCD6W1 is a good investment.