Gordon Ramsay launches professional kitchen rangeCeleb chef unveils kitchenware you can swear by?

18 September 2009

Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay professional blender

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has launched his own professional range of kitchen appliances.

The Gordon Ramsay professional kitchen range includes celebrity chef staples - jug blenders, hand blenders, stand mixers and food processors - as well as toasters, kettles, griddles, mini ovens and grills.

Celebrity chef appliances

Which? kitchen appliance expert, Lisa Galliers, said: 'The Gordon Ramsay range comes hot on the heels of other celebrity chef launches such as the Tefal Jamie Oliver range and Marco Pierre White's Heaven & Hell range.

'Gordon Ramsay's products seem to have quite high specifications, plus they look good. We'll be testing some of them as soon as we can to see how well they perform.'

In the meantime, find the best kitchen appliances by looking at Which?'s expert reviews, including 29 food processors and stand mixers from the likes of Breville, Magimix, James Martin and Marco Pierre White. You'll also find reviews of the latest hand blenders, toasters and kettles.

Gordon Ramsay blenders

You can get a Gordon Ramsay jug blender for £99.99 at Argos, or a hand blender for £44.99.

Handy features on the new Gordon Ramsay jug blender include an ice crushing facility and pulse modes that can be used at all speeds, as well as a standard glass jug, which means you can blend hot soup. The hand blender looks pretty standard, but a metal shaft is better than plastic alternatives for blitzing hot liquids.

Which? has tested 28 jug blenders from brands including Russell Hobbs, Kenwood, and Philips – take a look to compare features and find out our Best Buys. You’ll also find reviews of hand blenders.

Gordon Ramsay range

Other products from Gordon Ramsay's range include matching toasters, a kettle, a grill with griddle function and a mini oven.

Buying a collection of appliances will make your kitchen feel more harmonious and less eclectic, but could mean you are missing out on the best appliances from rival brands.

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