Tired of dirty dishes in the sink?
Tetra is a game-changer.
Today's “modern dishwasher” is anything but practical. It holds 13 place settings even though the average household has only two people. The result? People tend to either handwash their dirty dishes — which wastes 10 times more water than using a dishwasher — or wait for a full load to run a cycle. That can quickly turn into a stinky, sticky mess.
Introducing Tetra, an internet-connected countertop dishwasher. It requires no plumbing connections and can be placed and used anywhere with a standard electrical outlet. Tetra holds two full place settings (including plates, bowls, cups, and flatware), 10 plates, or 12 pint glasses. There is also an internal detergent reservoir that will last dozens of cycles.
After a meal, simply load your dishes onto the changeable rack system, add a half a gallon of water into the unit, and turn it on. It takes only 10 minutes to go through the entire wash cycle, and since it is transparent, so you can see exactly where in the dishwashing cycle it is.
Tetra will cost under $300 and will be available for purchase in late 2018.
No heating elements ensures no mineral or sediment build up.
Energy and Resource Efficient
Save money on your monthly utilities including electric and water bills.
Fits anywhere in your rental, home, business or RV for added convenience and comfort.
Chosen as a CES Editors' Choice.
How can it clean dishes in just 10 ten minutes?
Tetra is powered by Heatworks' patented Ohmic Array Technology. This allows for precise temperature control — you can easily clean baby bottles, wash plastic storage containers without melting, cook seafood, clean fruit, or run a load of wine glasses on a gentler cycle. All this in just minutes a load. And, since water is used as the heating element, the hot water is purer than water from any other dishwasher available in the industry today.