Faber Vs Voltas Beko Dishwasher: Which is better?

The Faber and Voltas Beko 14-Place Settings Dishwashers differ in energy consumption and washing programmes. The Voltas Beko dishwasher has 5 programmes and 1.05 KWH, while the Faber dishwasher has 6 and 250 KWH.
Faber dishwashers use 10-17L of water per programme, while Voltas Beko dishwashers use 11.5L. Voltas Beko’s dishwasher is 46-70 dB louder than Faber’s. Faber dishwashers have height-adjustable upper racks, while Voltas Beko dishwashers do not. The Voltas Beko dishwasher cannot clean or dry cookers with bakelite handles, but the Faber dishwasher can. Faber dishwashers take 3 hours to clean and dry, while Voltas Beko dishwashers take 210 minutes. Faber dishwashers can filter hard water, but Voltas Beko dishwashers cannot.

Here is the comparison table: Faber Vs Voltas Beko Dishwasher

Bottom Line
Pros
Cons
Place settings
Removable Rack
Washing programs
Water consumption (L)
Noise Level (dB)
Adjustable upper rack
Suitable for Indian Thalis
Cycle duration
Faber 14 Place Settings Dishwasher
Faber 14 Place Settings Dishwasher
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Bottom Line
It cleans well and works with many utensils. It takes long and needs soft water.
Pros
14 place settings capacity
Height adjustable upper rack and foldable racks
Suitable for a variety of utensils including cookers
Compatible with most dishwasher kits
Utensils come out spotless and looking new
Automatic cleansing mode reduces manual effort
Cons
Bottom thali unit not suitable for Indian thalis
Takes 3 hours to clean and dry
Expensive detergent
Loading and unloading is time-consuming
Long washing cycles
Not suitable for aluminum, wood, copper, or brass utensils
Requires soft water
Place settings
14
Removable Rack
Yes
Washing programs
6
Water consumption (L)
10-17 (depending on the program)
Noise Level (dB)
<60
Adjustable upper rack
Yes
Suitable for Indian Thalis
No
Cycle duration
3 hours
Voltas Beko 14 Place Setting Dishwasher
Voltas Beko 14 Place Setting Dishwasher
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Bottom Line
It has multiple cleaning programmes and low energy use. It cannot handle hard water, hard stains, or small items.
Pros
14 place settings capacity
5 washing programs available
Low annual energy consumption
Various cleaning modes, including Mini mode
Post-cycle utensils are clean and dry
Cons
Non-adjustable upper tray
No dedicated cutlery tray
Limited space for small items like spoons during full loads
Short plug wire
Requires long cleaning time (210 mins) for proper cleaning
Not suitable for hard water
Cannot clean hard stains or use with aluminum utensils
Place settings
14
Removable Rack
Yes
Washing programs
5
Water consumption (L)
11.5 (depending on the program)
Noise Level (dB)
46-70
Adjustable upper rack
No
Suitable for Indian Thalis
Yes
Cycle duration
210 minutes

Faber 14 Place Settings Dishwasher

Faber 14 Place Settings Dishwasher

Since it was compatible with most dishwasher kits, I loaded it with utensils, including a cooker. The height-adjustable upper rack and foldable racks made it easy to store different-sized items. However, Indian thalis did not fit in the bottom thali unit.

With 6 washing programmes, I chose automatic cleansing, which reduced manual effort. The dishwasher used 10-17 litres of water and 250 kWh per programme. Impressively, it operated at less than 60 dB.

My dishes were clean after three hours. To avoid filter clogging, I removed any leftovers before loading the vessels.

Dishwasher detergent was expensive and dishwashing took time. Eco cycles took nearly 4 hours, while other usable cycles lasted 1.5 hours.

The dishwasher could only clean aluminium, wood, copper, and brass. The machine required soft water (300-500 TDS), so hard water areas needed a filter.

Voltas Beko 14 Place Setting Dishwasher

Voltas Beko 14 Place Setting Dishwasher

I was excited to test the appliance’s five washing programmes, including an intensive mode, on my kitchenware.

The dishes were spotless after using the Mini programme (30 minutes at 35 degrees Celsius). The intensive mode removed baked-on residues and stains well.

The upper tray fits large bowls and plates despite not being adjustable. Due to the need for a cutlery tray, fitting spoons and serving spatulas during full loads was difficult.

I liked that 30cm plates fit in the bottom tray. After their cycles, all the utensils were impressively dry. Clean, dry, and ready-to-use utensils eliminated further action.

My plug wire was short. I installed an electric board, but a 16-amp extension would have worked. Some users may find the dishwasher’s 210-minute cleaning time too long.

Hard water users should avoid this dishwasher. It’s incompatible with aluminium utensils and bakelite-handled cookers and may need help cleaning hard stains on kadais or cookers. Finally, the dishwasher works well without LED, Wi-Fi, or other fancy displays.

Debolina
Debolina

Debolina Roy is our senior home improvement writer, specialising in reviewing the latest home and kitchen appliances. Debolina has written about hundreds of products like Washing Machine, refrigerator, Air conditioner, Vacuum Cleaner, Air Purifier and is committed to finding the most reliable and best value for money buys. Debolina is also interested in Tech and has completed B.Tech in Electronic and Telecommunication from Dibrugarh University. Debolina helps to uncover the washing and clean hacks too, with a focus on easy, natural solutions. Debolina also holds an MA in Journalism and has previously worked as a freelance smartphone and gaming console’s journalist, working for TechRadar, and more.

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