Integrated (or built in) appliances are common in many UK homes. They are desirable for many people with fitted kitchens. However, they do have a lot of downsides compared to free standing appliances. They look great because they hide behind cupboard doors. As far as I can see though there is no other advantage toread the full article..
Buying advice & tips
A list of articles with advice and tips on the subject of buying appliances by an engineer with 40 years experience in the white goods trade.
I reported in November that John Lewis had been voted the Best Retailer in customer satisfaction surveys at Which?read the full article..
I would definitely recommend you consider buying a Tefal Quickcup, but it’s not necessarily going to replace the kettle (which I did think would be the case before buying). It isn’t perfect either so I have a few negative comments too.
Here’s a summary of the pros and cons as I see them..read the full article..
One of my favourite affiliates is John Lewis. Over the last year I’ve bought my vacuum cleaner (a Sebo upright), my PVR hard drive recorder (a Humax) and my dishwasher (A Siemens) from them. In a run of bad luck combined with moving house I’ve also just had to order a new kettle and aread the full article..
Which? have set up a new award scheme to recognise and congratulate companies that have excelled throughout the year. As my buying washing machine advice has always said Miele washing machines are the best available it’s no surprise to me that Miele has “outshone all its competitors with outstanding quality across a wide range ofread the full article..
I received the following question today asking advice about taking out a 5 year extended warranty or not. This particular decision is harder than normal because the washing machine in question has a reputation for outstanding build quality and reliability and already has a 5 year warranty – Having purchased a Miele Premier 520 washingread the full article..