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Plum Prestige Synergy toaster half price

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
Plum purple kitchen electrical appliances

Compact plum toaster

This compact Prestige Synergy two slice toaster not only looks gorgeous in plum, but it’s also a bit of a bargain (and we love a good money-saving buy!).

The toaster has non-slip feet, so it should remain stable on your worktop at all times.

Amongst the features, this electrical kitchen appliance benefits from a removable crumb tray, an illuminated defrost and reheat button, a mid-cycle cancel button and a six position electronic variable browning control.

The plum Prestige Synergy toaster is currently half price in the sale at Heal’s, so grab one before they go!

Heal’s have an Up to 50% Less Home Event running until 29th April, with lots of other bargainous home and furniture deals available.

Electrical Home Appliances We Use Every Day

Saturday, April 14th, 2012
Contemporary home kitchen appliances

Contemporary household appliances

Our daily lives have all been made much easier by household appliances. Whether it’s with cooking, cleaning or general maintenance, without them, we wouldn’t be entirely sure what to do.

Despite their amazing functionality, there comes a time when you want to upgrade to something better or buy something else as a replacement, although cost can be prohibitive. Fortunately, by visiting a site like www.appliancesdirect.co.uk, you can get the appliance you want without having to break the bank.

Some appliances are used more often than others, but are no less useful. One appliance that falls firmly into that category is the tumble dryer.

Although clothes can be dried naturally on an airer or washing line outdoors, they can be unreliable, and for someone with a busy lifestyle, a period of four or five days is far too long to wait for their clothes to dry completely.

If you’re really stretched for time, you can transfer your clothes straight from your washing machine to the dryer, and they’ll do the job in less than half an hour. If you leave them for a couple of days, a full load can by dry and warm in around ten minutes.

Washing Machines are perhaps more important, as using one is the best way to clean your clothes thoroughly and quickly, but they’re never taken for granted by those who own them.

An appliance that’s often taken for granted is the fridge freezer, but most people dread to think how they would survive without one. When it comes to preserving food, they do it like nothing else, and being able to grab something straight from there when you get home from work is incredibly convenient.

Fridge freezers are perhaps the only 24/7 appliance in existence, as they’re constantly keeping your food and drink fresh and cold.

***This post is in association with Appliances Direct***

Next cream food processor: under £50

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Affordable food processor

Cream food processor

One of the kitchen appliances I’ve never owned is a food processor.

Every now and again – and usually prompted by a recipe that only gives instructions for making it with a food processor – I think about buying one, but am usually put off by the price and the worry that it won’t get used enough to justify paying that much for it.

But having come across this cream food processor at Next, which seems remarkably well priced and has some good reviews, I’m tempted.

It looks a reasonable size (three litre bowl), but still compact enough to not take up masses of room in a cupboard, and it’s a nice design.

The cream food processor is £45 from Next.

Do you have a food processor and, if so, do you use it a lot? I’d love to hear your food processor recommendations!

Next red and white spot kettle and toaster

Thursday, January 26th, 2012
Fresh design modern kitchen appliances

Liven up your kitchen appliances

The new range of kitchen appliances at Next includes some lively options, like this red and white spot kettle and toaster.

The kettle is a lovely pyramid shape, with a cordless base and a capacity of 1.8 litres.

The two slice toaster coordinates perfectly, with a matching red and white spot design.

Both items are in stock at Next, with the pyramid kettle priced at £32 and the toaster at £22.

There are other similar small kitchen appliances available, including a range with a cream heart design, more spotty pieces and lots of vibrant colours.

 
 
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