Which? reveals best matching kettles and toastersKettle and toaster sets that won't let you down

18 March 2016

Breville matching kettle and toaster set

A matching kettle and toaster is an easy way to update the look of your kitchen

Nothing frustrates us more here at Which? than finding a brilliant kettle that has a terrible matching toaster. It's harder than you might think to find a stylish and top-scoring pair. 

We've tested hundreds of kettles and toasters, and the good news is we've found three outstanding Best Buy kettle and toaster pairs, plus some high-scorers worth considering.

Our best matching sets come in a range of styles and colours to suit different kitchens, and our cheapest Best Buy set costs just £50 for the pair. 

To find a Best Buy kettle and toaster set that's perfect for your kitchen, head to our kettle reviews and use the filters to see models with matching toasters.

Find the best kettle and toaster set

While the look of your kettle and toaster set is important, you'll also want to be sure you've got the features that are most important to you.

If you know you want a kettle which boils quietly, for example, or a toaster with high lift (for getting teatime treats such as crumpets out without burning your fingers), you can use our review filters and individual test scores to find your perfect model, and then see if it has a matching appliance.

Go to our kettle reviews or toaster reviews to start the search for your perfect set.

Kettles and toasters in colours to match your kitchen

Black, cream, red and stainless steel are the kettle and toaster colours you're most likely to see on the shelves, but you can get a kettle and toaster set in almost any hue. 

Morphy Richards' popular 'Accents' range comes in a range of colours which are updated every six months or so. They are often priced attractively too, with an offer where you get the kettle or toaster half-price if you buy the matching set. Find out if they'll be a help in the kitchen, or just a pretty face, with our full reviews of the Morphy Richards Accents kettle and Morphy Richards Accents toaster.

There's a range of Dualit kettles and Dualit toasters with interchangeable colour panels, so you can change the colour to suit your kitchen if you decide to re-decorate. But can they keep you well supplied with speedy brews and perfect toast? Read our reviews of the Dualit Architect Kettle and Dualit Architect toaster to find out.

How Which? tests kettles and toasters

Our reviews tell you everything you need to know about buying a kettle and toaster. Not only do we test how quickly, quietly and efficiently each kettle boils, and how evenly and comprehensively each toaster browns bread, we also check how easy each product is to use, so that it won't make your morning breakfast routine a nightmare.

Discover more about how we test kettles and how we test toasters.

Prices correct as of Thursday 17 March 2016.

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