We uncover the most viewed products on our website during this year’s January sales. Find out if they’re really worth splashing out on.
We’ve crunched the numbers to find out which product reviews were most visited between Boxing Day and the 4th January. From blenders and fitness trackers to televisions and tablets, we round up the most popular products on our website here, and tell you whether they’re worth buying.
1. BT YouView + (Humax DTR-T2110) personal video recorder
This personal video recorder is available to buy outright, or free with BT TV’s monthly subscription. It has a large amount of storage, smart TV apps, on-demand services and Freeview.
Find out if it’s easy to use and how the picture and sound quality fared in our expert tests, with our full BT YouView + (Humax DTR-T2100) review.
2. Nutri Ninja BL450UK
This popular rival the Nutribullet 600 (featured below) promises to make short work of whole fruits, seeds, vegetables, frozen ingredients and greens.
It comes with two cups and lids to help you enjoy smoothies on the go. So is a deal on this personal blender worth bagging? Head to our Nutri Ninja BL450UK review to find out.
3. Samsung UE40JU6400
This television from the popular Samsung 6-series has a massive 40-inch, high resolution screen. It has a built in Freeview HD tuner that lets you watch subscription-free TV.
It’s certainly proved popular throughout the sales, but can its sound and picture quality match up to the hype? Read our full Samsung UE40JU6400 review to find out.
4. Microsoft Surface Pro 4 M3-4GB
Hailed as a tablet to replace your laptop, this sizeable Windows 10 tablet comes with a powerful processor, though not quite as powerful as the i5-4GB and the i5-8GB models.
Even with a discount, it doesn’t come cheap, so make sure you visit our Microsoft Surface Pro 4 M3-4BG before you part with your cash.
5. Nutribullet 600
The ever-popular Nutribullet blitzed its way to the top of many shoppers’ wish lists in 2015, so perhaps it’s unsurprising that many were hoping to bag a bargain on it in the post-Christmas sales.
We put this one-speed, small capacity blender through its paces at the Which? lab, to find out how it fared against larger and more sophisticated rivals. Get our expert verdict with our Nutribullet 600 review.
6. Fitbit One
This compact fitness tracker has a digital display and can be used together with the Fitbit app.
It’s proved popular amongst those hoping to kickstart their exercise regime in 2016, but how well will it track your distance and calories burned? Head to our independent Fitbit One review to find out.
7. Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe
Even without a January discount, this pocket-sprung mattress is very reasonably priced. It’s fairly firm and Silentnight claims it offers superior comfort when you need it most.
But is it’s affordable price tag too good to be true? Read our Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe review to see how it fared in our tough tests.
8. HP Probook 650 G1 Series
HP promises that the Probook 650 G1 laptop will help business owners work faster and smarter. It’s highly configurable, and has an impressive array of features such as a fingerprint reader and docking options.
We pitted this laptop against popular competitors at our Which? lab to find out how it compares. Get our expert verdict by reading our .
9. Salter Nutri Pro 1000
This powerful one-speed mini blender from Salter aims to blend drinks quickly and smoothly. It comes with two 800ml blending cups and a larger, one litre plastic blending container and cup.
It’s cheaper than rivals from popular Nutribullet and Nutri Ninja, but how does its performance compare? Head to our Salter Nutri Pro 1000 review to see the results of our expert tests.
10. Samsung UE40H6400
Despite its affordable price tag, this Full HD TV from Samsung comes with some impressive premium features. You can watch 3D movies, record and pause live TV and watch Freeview HD TV.
But does this LED TV deliver on sound, picture quality and ease of use? Head to our Samsung UE40H6400 review to see how it ranks.