Many of us will be holding out for the January sales in the hope of getting a good deal on that big ticket appliance we’ve had our eye on. But how can you be sure you’re getting a good deal? We’ve rounded up the best deals to look out for and share our expert tips on how to spot the dodgy discounts from the true offers.
Our team of shopping experts are constantly keeping an eye on the market, so we can help you shop with confidence and find genuine savings.
We know that some products are on offer virtually all year round, so you needn’t always rush to part with your cash in January.
Others might have genuine discounts, but we know from our tests that they’re not very good, so our expert reviews can help you pick a Best Buy and avoid the duds.
Let us help you nab a great deal with expert advice and tips in our January sales hub.
January sales deals to look out for
Vitamix S30 personal blender, usual price £399
You won’t often see this pricey rival to the phenomenally popular Nutribullet on offer, but we did spot some discounts dotted around on Black Friday, so it’s worth keeping an eye out for.
Vitamix says that the S30 will make light work of anything from smoothies to ice cream, and can even blitz up piping hot soup from scratch.
For extra peace of mind, it even comes with an impressive seven-year warranty.
Find out if it’s worth splashing out on by heading to our expert Vitamix S30 review.
Sage The Nutri Juicer Pro, usual price £269-299
If you’re resolving to up your intake of fruit and veg with a juicer in 2016, you won’t find one with much more clout than this powerful model by Sage. It typically sells for around £270, so if you spot it for anything less than around £250, it’s worth taking note.
As well as its 1500W motor, this juicer comes with a handy attachment for juicing soft fruit.
But even with a discount, it’s still a going to set you back a bit, so make sure you check our Sage The Nutri Juicer Pro review before you buy.
KitchenAid Artisan 4.8l, usual price £429-449
Thanks to its airtime on the Great British Bake Off, the ultra-premium KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer is so popular it’s almost never on offer.
If you do spot it on sale for under £399, it’s definitely worth considering. It comes in an impressive array of colour options and it certainly looks the part, but is it really worth the investment?
See if it’s right for you in our KitchenAid Artisan review.
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Nescafe Dolce Gusto Oblo coffee machine – Argos, £39.99
This simple, compact capsule coffee machine promises outstanding coffee every day. Available in four colours – orange, red, black and white – the Nescafe Dolce Gusto would be a stylish addition to any kitchen, but can it really make great tasting beverages?
Read our full Nescafe Dolce Gusto Oblo review to find out.
Dyson V6 animal cordless vacuum cleaner – Argos, £299.99
This cordless vacuum cleaner from Dyson is designed to be tough on pet hair. Its docking station niftily doubles up as a charger, and Dyson promises that its performance and cleaning power matches up to a full-sized vacuum cleaner.
Find out whether Dyson’s claims stack up by reading our Dyson V6 animal review.
Kenwood KMC510 Premier Chef Kitchen machine – Currys, £169.99
The Kenwood KMC510 is similar to the popular Kenwood KMC010 but comes with fewer bells and whistles and so doesn’t double up as a food processor. It has a 1000w motor and eight speed settings which Kenwood promises will make light work of everyday mixing chores.
Find out if you should take advantage of this deal by heading to our Kenwood KMC510 review.
Which? reviews: products you can trust
Whether it’s a big ticket item such as a new tumble dryer or a gift to yourself such as a Nutribullet you’re after in the sales, you’ll want to be confident that you’re getting the very best for your budget.
That’s where Which? comes in. We’ve tested thousands of best-selling products at our Which? lab to help you take the guesswork out of choosing. Our expert product reviews can direct you straight to the top-performing models and help you avoid those we know will disappoint.
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