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I too have one of these - had it for more than a year ...worst drier I’ve ever had. Bought it as wanted it plumbed to drain water out our home. This week after ‘drying’ 4 towels for more than 8 hours, they were still wet. I came online to see if If I was going f something wrong and ... saw the above ‘ditto’ review. Mark... did you find out anything useful?
Our 9yr old Miele washing machine developed a fault, would not power on, totally dead. I called Miele customer service and within 3 days their service engineer arrived and has replaced an electronic pcb board under the original 10yr warranty. Most machines would not even last this long, let alone have a service engineer repair it at no cost under warranty. I have to say how impressed I am with the impeccable quick Miele service received. I would absolutely recommend Miele
Nothing but positive things to say about Miele.i Finally went back to Miele after struggling with Bosch and LG for three years.
Been using the Combi Steam oven and the 30 inch convection oven with steam, both with M Touch for 4 months now. Yes they work perfect as expected but the ovens make most of our foods taste better. Really is an amazing thing. I almost always use M Touch which helps me make my cooking adventures successful. The Combi Steam replaces our microwave which is not permitted in her new completely redone home. It does take about three minutes Longer to heat up food instead of seconds in a micro. But.....the texture of the food is unchanged. That alone makes the steamer worth the cash. When I am heating up pot pie, pasta or pizza, because you control the percent steam in the oven, the food never ever dries out, usually tastes like it first came out of the oven the day before. Cooks lobsters as good as you will find anywhere. Now as far as reliability goes, way too early but I am protected for five years on these two (6780 and 6700) and the Miele dishwasher and six burner cook top. They all work better than any appliance I ever owned. And the dishwasher solves all my issues with dish washing.......very Pleased
We built a new house 3 years ago and installed 10 Miele whitegoods. Favourite item is the Speed Oven used daily. Unfortunately the glass tray has fractured along the entire front and LHS corner broken off from the door springing shut. This renders the oven partially useless now as glass tray is the primary tray. Cost to replace is very expensive being the only downside of the wonderful product otherwise.
We bought our Miele to replace a six year old Whirlpool Gold that replaced an earlier one after a house fire. The first was correctly ranked by consumer reports, but the newer one never really cleaned dishes without prewashing them. Recently, it stopped cleaning altogether, so after months of frustration, repairman visits and repeat washes, we purchased a Miele Futura Classic locally. The poor reviews here make no sense to me after seeing ours in action for the last four months. It is super quiet and we only have to remove big chunks before loading. On the 2.5 hour cycle, everything is spotless, so we rarely run it longer. We were dubious about the upper silverware rack, but now think it is a marvel of engineering...for example: nutella caked spoons would never have even been allowed in our old machine but with the Miele I have yet to rewash silverware. Because of the speed, we've run 3 loads a day some weekends. The adjustability of the racks means that it fits a variety of items, including baking sheets that would have impeded the middle wash arm on the Whirlpool, but sheets and everything else come out clean with this machine. I loaded an enchilada pan last week with sauce and chunks of tortilla still stuck to the bottom to see how dirty I could leave things and it came out immaculate. I opted to write this review because I went on to see about pricing a Miele for my mom after thanksgiving and her own whirlpool gold left a house full of people hand washing. We love this machine.
super quiet. it's expensive, but it's the real deal
Long story short, the unit we got turned out to be a lemon. Through AJ Madison's help, Miele's sales organization intervened and cut through the process by just sending us a brand new unit and having Miele's white-glove service people install it, no charge. Now that's what I call service. Kudos to both Miele and John Pereira at AJ Madison. The second unit has been working fine. My suspicion is that Miele hasn't been in the freestanding range business for very long and that it's taken them a couple of years to work out quality control kinks with units in the field, but they've gotten there. The quality control has caught up to the design and functionality, and this is a great range.
I own a half-dozen rental properties and installed this Miele in all of them. Five years later it's the only appliance I haven't had any complaints about in all units. If I need to replace any, I'll get the exact same thing.
I just can't say enough about this Miele refrigerator. Just trust me what I say that you won't regret choosing it over any other.
In our family, we traditionally host the holidays at our house and our old fridge barely made it through last year. This year we bought a Miele Built In refrigerator that can be configured to hold an entire Thanksgiving dinner! So excited!
Small but awesome quite.Love it.
I've had this refrigerator for eight months now and am still amazed by it. The layout and lighting makes everything easy to find at a glance. Even little touches like the open door alarm reminds me everyday how this fridge is such a welcome addition to my kitchen.
I still can't believe a refrigerator of this size is so energy efficient! It keeps everything perfectly cool even at low settings.
we renovated our kitchen and got all the new appliances. This range fits perfectly and looking great. using it since last week and feeling great. very easy to clean, heat fast, and cook perfect. Can’t ask for more.
I can talk only for my wife here: She absolutely loves her new MIELE-washer. After having used a BOSCH washer for 7 years she always complained that white clothes would slowly turn into ugly looking and bad smelling rags. Now even those are turning back to white and fresh smelling clothes. So if you want your wife to be happy buy her the MIELE. Yes it costs you some money, but you know "Happy wife, happy life"
Powerful burners and great true simmer burner, twin-fan convection oven for even heating, easy to clean: self cleaning oven enamel cooktop, great design bells & whistles kept to a minimum, great customer service
Love my small machine! Live in the desert (water is at a premium) and this machine is the best, also my third (I build it in so can't move) clothes hung out in the sun and dries in no time, comes out of machine with hardly any moisture!
We've had our Miele Futura Classic dishwasher for two years and have not had a single technical issue. Dishes have always been very clean. I'm impressed with the straining/filtering system which I've cleaned a few times just because I wanted to see if any junk got caught up in it; the self-cleaning mechanism seems to be working very well and there was really no need to worry about it. The dishwasher is quiet and I don't mind at all being in the kitchen while it is running; I see no need to get an even quieter dishwasher.
I do really love this dryer. We bought the Miele : W3033 24 Front Load Washer as well. The fact you can put it anywhere in the house is remarkable. We did hook it up to the washer drain, because the water reservoir fills up quickly. After that no problems. We have been using it for almost a year now and we really love it. It is not a BIG dryer. If you plan on doing a weeks worth of laundry at once you will not love this unit. I like to do mine a little each day to keep it manageable and this is perfect. It is right in our bathroom, so we take all the clothes from the day (or two) and put them right in that washer. It would be awesome for apartment dwellers or if you don't have a lot of room. The price tag is heavy but I feel like in this case you get what you pay for. I would buy them again for sure.
Like the previous reviewer, I was doing a complete re-do of my kitchen and went looking for an appliance that could combine microwave function with true oven cooking. When I told the appliance salesman what I was looking for, he headed straight for the Miele section and said "This is what you want". And BOY, was it ever. It was love t 1st sight. I've had it for a little over 2 years and it performs like a dream. I use it everyday and so do my kids. It does everything but clean the kitchen. It microwaves, broils, convection cooks,roasts, combo of any two AND it has some preset Masterchef functions like it's big sister. Great, great appliance
I think this is the most amazing kitchen appliance ever. I can cook 6 chicken breasts. Just push the according buttons and it comes out perfect. Rack of lamb-push pink and insert the probe and perfect. Takes the guess work out of cooking and perfect every time.
I recently spent many, many hours over several weeks looking for a new dishwasher to replace our 50+-year-old Kitchenaid. After research online and visits to stores, I would settle on one model only to change my mind after reading more user reviews online. I chose and unchose 3 or 4 dishwashers this way. Of course, even good products have a small percent of negative user reviews online, and this wasn't why I decided against the various dishwashers. At the beginning of my search, I was focused on the question of which features I wanted (`integrated' controls or front facing, hard food disposer, etc.), but eventually I realized that, given today's generally shoddy production standards, the key issue for me was: how well built is the machine, how long will it last, how many repairs will it need? From everything I read, it became clear that many dishwashers on the market that have wonderful features, that are wonderfully quiet and energy efficient, and that perform well on tests by Consumer Reports, are in fact made with cheap parts that do not last (often sourced from around the world for the lowest possible cost). The dishwasher can seem great at first, but after a few years the parts wear out, the dishwasher is not as quiet as it used to be, and it starts to require costly repairs. KitchenAid dishwashers, for example, used to be well made--several decades ago--but no longer. The same seems to be true of Bosch. I did not want to spend $1000 on a dishwasher only to have it start breaking down in a few years. At this point in my search I took another look at Miele. I had originally dismissed Miele as too expensive, but I discovered that this company had recently released a new low-end model ($999 for stainless steel), the Futura Classic G4205SS, to compete with other dishwashers at this level. The salesman at our store said that Miele tested the G4205 extensively for 3 or 4 years before releasing it to the public to ensure that it would not have any problems. He also said that Miele makes all of its own parts; it does not use parts made by third-party manufacturers. Similarly, for installation, they insist on Miele installers. The stainless steel on the G4205 has a glass coating to reduce fingerprints. The controls are on the front rather than `integrated.' This is what I prefer so that I can turn the machine on and see the status of the cycle without having to open the door. All other brands with front controls that I considered (<$1000) had a plastic panel for the controls (sometimes the panel is a silvery color to match the stainless steel below, but it is still plastic). In contrast, the G4205 control panel is stainless steel. Also, this dishwasher doesn't have the ubiquitous Hummer-style handle, which I never liked and which will probably start to look old-fashioned soon, once manufacturers begin the next cycle of making current styles look out of date. I've used this dishwasher for a couple of months now. It is really quiet, the dishes come out super clean, the controls are very simple and easy to use, it has a beautiful, minimalist look, and it's very energy and water efficient. Best of all, I expect that it will last. The only tiny quibble I have is that it is smaller inside than my old KitchenAid; I've learned to load dishes in a very compact way but still can't fit as much into this machine. Some potential buyers might care (I don't) that after a wash the floor of the dishwasher has a bit of water on it (probably an energy saving feature). However, if you open the door a crack the water evaporates before too long. In sum, a near-perfect dishwasher (for me) in a field filled with low-quality competitors.
Condenser dryers take longer than vented to dry and spit out warm air. Do your homework before dropping $1500 on a dryer then complaining. I've had mine for a year and it's super. Dries clothes to the correct temp and doesn't burn anything. Only maintenance is running the coils under water twice a year. Plus it's great in the winter as it puts out warm air.
I recently moved to a new house where venting the dryer is not possible. I explored a number of options including using something called a lint trap, but decided on a condensing dryer. Once this decision was made, the next decision was which dryer to purchase. I looked at the reviews of the popular condensing dryers on the market, and found that the Miele was the only one which received consistently great reviews. I purchased the Miele washer and dryer with the stacking option. The cost for both units together with the installation fees came to a little more than $4,400. I washed and dried six loads the first day I received the units. The washer is super quiet and smooth. The same is true with the dryer. The spin cycle on the washer is fantastic. The clothes came out of the washer so dry that I didn't think there was much work left for the dryer. It took more than an hour for the dryer to finish processing one load of wash. The sensor inside the dryer did a great job of making sure the wash was dry. The room where the washer/dryer is located remained cool, there was little or no lint, and the reservoir for the excess water was dry. The cost of the washer and dryer is very high, but both units are fantastic.
These Dishwashers are above and beyond anything made here in the U.S.A. Ours cleans very well EVERY time, and is so very quiet. Anything Else Is A Compromise, no joke....
It made my clothes really really dry! I couldn't be happier. If you think you would like dry clothes this is something you should really consider.
I completely gutted my kitchen for a modern remodel. I decided I would not get a regular oven or a regular microwave. I wanted to combine the two. That's what this unit does. So far I have cooked a few fish dishes and a cornish hen. All turned out perfectly. Certainly better than when I did them in the old Jenn-Air that was junked. The cavity is smaller than a "normal" oven, but that's what helps it heat so well and efficiently. I have this unit in a cablinet on top of the counter top just above waist level. So far it has done very well and it can easily replace a normal oven.
I am crazy happy with my Miele MC SO! I have been using it for 5 years and have not had any problems. Yes! It was ridiculously expensive! I paid $3,400. I had wanted the Dacor oven with no exposed cooking elements. I looked at it for two years, but did not like Dacor's microwave, which was nothing more than a Sharp Convection microwave. Then, one day, on another visit to our local Kustom Kitchen's the co-owner introduced me to the Miele MC SO. Oh my! I was struck! I could instantly see I would have two ovens (in my small kitchen) and be able to handle holidays with two ovens available for whatever I needed to cook, bake, roast, or keep warm. And it has not disappointed--ever! My only disappointment is in Miele. They have not provided the necessary DVD or decent manual to introduce users on how to best use and get maximum benefits from this oven. Their manual is way less than adequate. I am still hoping they will correct this. I have yet to learn when to use the Surround or Convection Bake. There are so many multiple cooking options. I also bought the 30" Miele oven. Beautiful! But more than that, they work great! My daughter recently bought the GE Monogram Speed oven and 30" oven ans 6 burner gas cook-range. Hers is great too, BUT, the Miele SO is better. I like that I can choose the exact oven temperatures and variables, rather than everything preset as on the GE Speed Oven. Would I buy it again? You bet! Warning: do not spill liquids in that glass door 1/16" opening along the top, or you're in trouble. I dumped the coffee cup twice. You can not remove that glass without a special tool. However, I finally was able to maneuver a moistened paper towel--over and over and was able to remove most of the stain to 96% satisfaction.
This entry-level dishwasher from Miele is a real gem. It is so quiet that the only way to make out it's running is by taking a look at the display panel. Cleaning quality is superior, and there are multiple settings to choose from. The clean touch stainess steel is really what it claims to be, i.e., it does not retain fingerprints, and wiping it with a moist cloth leaves it squeaky clean. The biggest selling point of Miele appears to be their reliability. Even the dealer recommended not spending additional money to buy extended protection plan. His point was that unless there is a manufacturing defect (which would be covered by the 1 year warranty), these machines rarely break down within the coverage period of the extended warranty. Note that this is a German product, and hence not as big inside as its American cousins. I do recommend buying the model with the cutlery tray. Not only the cutlery is cleaned very well (it has a spraying arm right below the cutlery tray), it also frees up additional space in the lower rack by not having to accomodate the cutlery basket. Totally worth the additional $100. If you are ok with having the control panel on the front (which I actually like better than the controls being on the top of the door), you can't really go wrong with this dishwasher.