It has six different wash cycles (Normal, Heavy, Glass, Speed, Eco, and Rinse), and assembly doesn’t even require any tools! It comes with an adapter to hook the included hose to your sink.
Promising results: “My house didn’t have a dishwasher. I begged the landlord to install one (because most homes have one), but it’s too cheap. I hate washing dishes at hand. There were always dirty dishes in the sink. I’ve had it for a few months now, and it’s one of my best purchases of the last decade. I raced it the night it arrived and have raced it pretty much every night since. If you follow the instructions, you can fit a decent amount inside, but that’s what it is: a very compact dishwasher that fits comfortably on the counter next to the sink, where the dish strainer. It will go under cabinets if they need to be coded. It’s pretty quiet except when it’s squirting water into the sink, but that’s only for a few seconds a few times while washing. I never had to wash anything a second time. Already. I rinse a little but don’t believe in washing the dishes before putting them in the dishwasher. I named him (“Dishy”, because I’m not very creative) and he’s now a member of my family. My daughter can’t quite understand why I love it so much, but then again, she’s 7 and has never had to do the dishes. Personally, I think she’s just jealous that I give her so much attention. If I was asked to choose between this and a PS4, I would choose this every time (and I’m a fan COD player).” —HoopdySF
Get it on Amazon for $397.99.