Kitchenware specialist Lakeland has recently launched a range Lakeland-branded small kitchen appliances.
Lakeland is known for plastic containers, cling film and plastic bags, as well unusual kitchen gadgets. It has sold other brands of small kitchen appliances, such as breadmakers, for years, but this is its first foray into selling own-brand electricals.
The new Lakeland range includes kettles, toasters, blenders, mixers and juicers, and they will be sold alongside appliances from other manufacturers such as Krups, Tefal and Kenwood.
Kettles and toasters
The Lakeland products can be bought from Lakeland’s website, or any of the 40 Lakeland shops nationwide.
To find the best kitchen appliances read the Which? kitchen appliance reviews, featuring 115 kettles, 74 toasters 29 juicers, 34 blenders and eight mixers.
Lakeland began in 1963, selling plastic bags. It currently has about 4,000 different items and produces 18 catalogues a year.
Lisa Galliers, senior Which? researcher, said: ‘The introduction of this new range of products is likely to be popular with consumers, and Which? will include Lakeland electrical products in future tests’.
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