beschizza — 2014-06-01T12:03:42-04:00 — #1
awjt — 2014-06-01T12:06:59-04:00 — #2
Just another garden variety brute force water attack.
glitch — 2014-06-01T12:24:17-04:00 — #3
Where the FRAG is the light coming from, though?
retepslluerb — 2014-06-01T12:34:17-04:00 — #4
From refrigerators . You know, when you close those, their light needs to go somewhere else. Mostly into dishwashers. And when you open a dishwasher, the light goes “out” again.
ratel — 2014-06-01T12:40:57-04:00 — #5
Sort of entertaining to me, since that's exactly the same model we have.
gilbertwham — 2014-06-01T12:41:43-04:00 — #6
Is the answer 'baked-on gravy that can only be removed with a handful of metal swarf'?
malcopticon — 2014-06-01T12:46:43-04:00 — #7
If this video teaches one person not to block the telescoping arm then it will be worthwhile.
ratel — 2014-06-01T12:50:27-04:00 — #8
I've had those futile conversations.
moriati — 2014-06-01T13:10:58-04:00 — #9
They should make a dishwasher with a clear perspex front panel, you know, so you can see what's going on.
lexicat — 2014-06-01T13:38:05-04:00 — #10
stephen_schenck — 2014-06-01T13:47:49-04:00 — #11
This is a weird one. I'm used to more propeller-y water jets - something like a fan blade with holes in it - not this spinning tower action.
lexicat — 2014-06-01T13:58:21-04:00 — #12
awjt — 2014-06-01T14:01:28-04:00 — #13
They used to have one at Sears as a floor demo. I always thought all dishwashers should be like that, so you can see if there are dishes in there or not without opening the dang thing.
robotech — 2014-06-01T14:06:42-04:00 — #14
I hope next they'll show us what it looks like inside a refrigerator after you close the door.
gilbertwham — 2014-06-01T14:07:47-04:00 — #15
There are Things of which Man was not meant to wot.
jerwin — 2014-06-01T15:03:27-04:00 — #16
I'd be leery of putting a camera inside a dishwasher. Surely this sort of thing trips the camera's water damage sensor. I've noticed this devil may care attitude is common among Go-Pro owners-- it must be horrible for long term profitability.
knoxblox — 2014-06-01T15:26:32-04:00 — #17
Actually, I thought they was sprites.
And yeah, aren't dishwasher sprites related to the refrigerator sprites, like the relationships of elves?
rocketpj — 2014-06-01T15:26:45-04:00 — #18
Go Pro's whole model is based on durability and the ability to, say, crash your motorbike into a waterfall while skydiving then post the video on Youtube for whuffies. A dishwasher is relatively small potatoes. Though I am not sure about the heat of the drying cycle (maybe they didn't use that part of the cycle?).
bobtato — 2014-06-01T16:06:49-04:00 — #19
This is why I never use my dishwasher (it came free with my flat). It should be called a dishrinser.
Pray how is this flimsy plastic squirtler supposed to achieve what my grimly determined scrubbing can achieve? Answer: it can not. And don't get me started on the smell and feel of glasses "washed" in one of these devil's turkish baths. If I eat at your home and you've had a machine try to wash your glasses, I won't say anything, but I'll know.
benhutchings — 2014-06-01T16:20:23-04:00 — #20
It uses hotter water and stronger detergent than your hands can withstand. That usually, though not always, makes up for the lack of direction.
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