What does it mean for a dishwasher to be “ergonomic”?

Series 11 loading view from side

On my short list of qualities to deserve that designation, I’d say it needs to load easily, elegantly, and intuitively; it must close softly and seamlessly; and it must facilitate intelligent operation, both in terms of organization and actually cleaning the dishes.

very neatly organized top drawer of dishwasher, full

Fisher & Paykel’s Series 11 does all of that and more. With an intuitive rack that helps to get everything in its place, streamlined design for integration with cabinetry, and wired-in water-saving technology, Series 11 offers “expanded features for a deeper clean, extended flexibility, and class-leading innovation.”

detail of dishes in Series 11 DishDrawer

Count among the latter Smart Drive technology with Wi-Fi and knock-to-pause, giving users the ability to start, pause, or cancel a wash with their phone or just a simple rap of the knuckle.

side by side DishDrawers with charcoal gray cabinetry
detail of knock-to-pause feature with DishDrawer front in natural wood

Series 11 is available in single- and double-drawer models. The double option allows users to run tubs separately or together, a feature that minimizes water use while avoiding the annoying commonplace occurrence of having the top drawer full and the bottom empty or vice versa.

Series 11 double DishDrawer in stainless steel with white cabinetry

Series 11 comes in a variety of finishes including stainless steel. It may also be customized for integration with existing cabinetry.

Series 11 closed in white with white cabinetry

Find out more at Fisher & Paykel. And go to Designer Pages Media to check out other innovative appliances.

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