Once again, the BT YouView+ PVR has topped our list of the top 10 most popular products for the month, beating out mattresses and televisions to earn the coveted top spot. But did it do as well in our test lab?
The YouView+ is not the only product to appear on the list for the third month running – mattresses from Silentnight and Sealy are also consistently popular on which.co.uk, as is Samsung’s UE40JU6400 television. However, they’ve now been joined by a pressure washer and a steam cleaner which have knocked popular bullet blenders such as the Nutri Ninja and the Nutribullet out of the top 10.
Here’s our full list of our 10 most popular product reviews on which.co.uk for March:
1. BT YouView+ (Humax DTR-T2110) personal video recorder
You can get this popular video recorder in store for a one-off fee of around £150 or for free with BT TV’s monthly subscription. YouView combines Freeview TV channels with on-demand services, allowing to you watch TV both live and on catch-up. But is it user-friendly? And how does it compare to other PVRs, such as those from Sky and Virgin Media? Find out more using our BT YouView+ review.
2. Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe mattress
This affordable mattress will appeal to those with a strict budget, but will it really give you the comfort you need? We’ve compared it against mattresses from big brands such as Sealy and Tempur, checking how well it will support your back and how durable it is. Find out whether it’ll help you get a peaceful night’s sleep using our Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe review.
3. Lidl Parkside PHD 150 D3 pressure washer
A bargain model with surprisingly high-specs, this pressure washer seems like a no-brainer. But can it really blast away dirt and grime? Our researcher tested how well it cleans, how easy it is to use and whether it’s straightforward to assemble. Find out whether this model is cheap and cheerful or cheap and nasty in our Lidl Parkside PHD 150 D3 first look review.
4. Asus Transformer Book Flip TP300LA laptop
This is a laptop with a twist – its display is a touchscreen which can be folded right back on its hinge and used like a tablet, or you can choose to use its keyboard as a you would with a standard laptop. So is it versatile or gimmicky? Find out in our full Asus Transformer Book Flip TP300LA review.
5. Sealy Teramo 1400 mattress
This pricey pocket-spring mattress joins the Silentnight Classic in our top 10 products, but at £729 the Teramo is more than double the price of its popular competitor. Find out whether it also offers double the comfort in our Sealy Teramo 1400 review.
6. Lenovo TAB 2 A10 tablet
Given its impressive high resolution HD display and claimed 10 hour battery, it’s no surprise that the Lenovo TAB 2 A10 has made it into our top 10 popular products. It’s affordable when compared to other 10-inch tablets, too. But can it really compete with the Apple iPad Pro and models from Samsung and Microsoft? Find out in our Lenovo TAB 2 A10 review.
7. Canon Pixma MG6850 printer
The Canon Pixma MG6850 is a wi-fi all-in-one printer that can also copy and scan. At £91, it’s a mid-range model but will you find the costs of printing unattractive? We check ink and toner costs per page – find out how much this printer will really set you back using our full Canon Pixma MG6850 review.
8. Samsung UE48H6400 TV
On paper, the 48-inch Samsung UE48H6400 seems like a winner. It’s a Full-HD LED TV with PVR functionality (allowing you to record, pause and rewind shows) and smart TV so you can access BBC iPlayer or browse the web. But will you find it offers excellent sound and picture quality? Get the low down in our Samsung UE48H6400 review.
9. Samsung UE40JU6400 TV
Costing close to £400 this 40-inch TV looks like a bargain from Samsung. It has sharp 4K resolution and allows you to watch subscription-free high definition channels thanks to its Freeview HD tuner. It also has PVR functionality and Smart TV, but how does it compare to televisions from LG, Panasonic and Sony? Find out how we rated it on our Samsung UE40JU6400 review.
10. Vax S86-SF-B Boost steam cleaner
As the weather gets warmer, thoughts turn to spring cleaning – so it’s no surprise that the Vax S86SFB Boost steam cleaner rounds up our top 10. It’s a premium model that can be used on wooden floors and carpets as well as tiles. Will it take all of the hard work out of getting your floors clean? Read our Vax S86SFB Boost review to find out.