We reveal the products you were most keen to read about in 2015, but how did these products perform in our expert testing?
This year’s most popular products are a broad mix of the latest home and technological appliances, including entry models and top of the range. Products to clean your home, print your files, prepare your food and keep you entertained were among the most prevalent, with a competitive mix of nine distinct brands. Read on to see the most viewed for 2015 and whether they proved worthy of so much attention.
1. BT YouView+ (Humax DTR-T2110) personal video recorder
The personal video recorder free with BT TV’s monthly subscription, also available separately in shops, has large storage space, smart TV apps, Freeview and on-demand services.
Read our BT YouView+ (Humax DTR-T2110) review to discover how easy is it to use and if it provides quality picture and sound.
2. Gtech AirRam AR02 cordless vacuum cleaner
Claiming to supply the cleaning power of a corded model, this cordless vacuum cleaner attracted a large audience this year.
But does it deliver on this claim on all surfaces, can it collect pet hair and does it have good battery life? Find out in the Gtech AirRam AR02 review.
3. Nutribullet 600
This blender has cut through the competition and piqued the interest of consumers throughout 2015. Nutribullet says the 600 pulverises stems, seeds and skins to extract normally neglected nutrition.
We tested whether this small capacity, one speed blender packed the punch against its larger and more complex rivals. See how it scored in our Nutribullet 600 review.
4. Epson Expression Premium XP-620 printer
Epson’s mid range wi-fi inkjet printer with copying, scanning and double-sided printing capability received mass interest this year.
More importantly does it produce good quality prints? Scan our Epson Expression Premium XP-620 review to see how it performed at black, colour and photo printing.
5. Nextbase iN-car Cam 402G Professional dashboard camera
The in car product specialist, Nextbase, has attracted many clicks with this dashboard camera. The 402G has a number of striking features, including GPS tracking, g force measurement (enabling automatic saving of collision and breaking footage), 140 degree recording and a 2.7-inch play back screen.
Read the Nextbase iN-car Cam 402G Professional review to see whether this dashboard camera earned Best Buy status and how it performs in low light conditions.
6. Epson Expression Premium XP-820 printer
Epson’s top-of-the-range all in one wifi printer is designed to produce quality photos and its automatic document feeder, enabling scanning and copying of multiple page documents, separates it from many rivals.
We put this printer through its paces, check out whether it lived up to its high end price point by reading the Epson Expression Premium XP-820 review.
7. Dyson V6 Animal cordless vacuum cleaner
Cordless vacuums usually struggle with multiple surfaces and pet hair, but Dyson says the V6 Animal matches the capabilities of plug in vacuum cleaners.
We also know you care about ease of use, noise and battery life. See our Dyson V6 Animal review to find out if this stylish model ticked all the boxes and managed all the corners.
8. Tesco Hudl2 tablet
Despite the vogue of Tesco’s second Hudl, you can no longer purchase this tablet since its market removal in autumn 2015.
We regularly test a wide range of tablets; if you missed out on the Hudl2 see our best alternatives to the Hudl2 guide. You can also see our Best Buy tablets page to ensure you only consider great products.
9. Samsung RB31FERNBSS fridge freezer
This fairly pricey fridge freezer has a number of inviting features. It has a fast freeze function, dedicated chill compartment and door and temperature change activating alarms.
But does it chill quickly and will its energy consumption push up your bills? Check out the Samsung RB31FERNBSS review to find out.
10. Russell Hobbs Buckingham 20460 kettle
Russell Hobbs claims the Buckingham 20460 kettle is 75% quieter when it boils, than most other Russell Hobbs kettles.
A Best Buy kettle boils quickly, is quiet and easy to use, can boil small quantities and effectively filters limescale. See how this model fared in the Russell Hobbs Buckingham 20460 review.