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Top 10 popular home and garden products on which.co.uk in April

Mattresses and mowers top the list

1200 pocket-deluxe

The Silentnight classic 1200 pocket deluxe mattress has taken our top spot

Getting a great night’s sleep is a high priority for users of which.co.uk, with two mattresses proving to be the most popular home and garden products on the site in April 2016.

The Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe mattress heads our top 10 list with the Sealy Teramo 1400 mattress in the silver medal position. And with spring here and summer coming, barbecues, lawn mowers and pressure washers were also high in the popularity charts for April.

Read on to see what has made it into the top 10 product reviews and click on the links to see which products are worth buying, and which you’d be better to avoid.

1. Silentnight classic 1200 pocket deluxe mattress

This is a reasonably priced (£349) pocket-sprung mattress and in April it was viewed more than any other home and garden product on the which.co.uk site. But do you get what you pay for with this affordable mattress? Or is it a far better in terms of support and durability than you’d expect from the price tag? 

Read our full Silentnight classic 1200 pocket deluxe mattress review to find out.

2. Sealy Teramo 1400

The Sealy Teramo 1400 – also known as the Nostromo 1400 – is a pocket-sprung mattress from Sealy. You can buy one for £749 but what kind of night’s sleep will it give you? 

For your own peace of mind – and to guarantee a peaceful night’s sleep – read our full Sealy Teramo 1400 review.

3. Bosch Rotak 430 Ergo power lawn mower

With spring here and the grass growing, our minds turn to lawn mowing. And this Bosch mower (£178) was viewed more times than any other on the which.co.uk site in April – it’s corded, rotary, has a 43 cm cutting width and six cutting heights.

Read our Bosch Rotak 430 Ergo power lawn mower review to find out how well it cuts grass.

4. Samsung WW80J6410CW washing machine

This feature-packed Samsung washing machine has room inside for 8kg of washing – that’s the equivalent of 25 men’s shirts. Most households should find it big enough to deal with their weekly washing. But is it any good at washing clothes? And does it justify the £500 price-tag?

Read our Samsung WW80J6410CW washing machine review to find out.

5. Vax S86-SF-B Boost steam mop

The Vax S86-SF-B Boost steam mop is designed to ‘cut through grease’ and comes with a built-in scrubbing-brush, a steam-burst nozzle and a dial to adjust the steam pressure. But do these features mean it’s any good at cleaning?

Find out by reading our Vax S86-SF-B Boost steam mop review.

Char-Broil Performance T-22G gas barbecue

The Char-Broil Performance T-22G gas barbecue was one of the most viewed home and garden products.

6. Zanussi ZWF91283W freestanding washing machine

The Zanussi ZWF91283W washing machine has a large enough drum to handle massive amounts of laundry but comes with a refreshingly low (£289) price tag. But just how good is it at washing clothes?

Read our review of the Zanussi ZWF91283W washing machine.

7. Char-Broil Performance T-22G gas barbecue

This gas barbecue uses its ‘Tru-Infrared cooking system’ and claims to give you juicier barbecued food and more control of your cooking. We tested these claims at the Which? test lab – read our full review of the Char-Broil Performance T-22G gas barbecue to find out whether the £300 price is worth paying.

8. Siemens SN678D00TG/06 dishwasher

The Siemens SN678D00TG/06 (£789) comes with an array of snazzy features, including Zeolith drying technology. This uses heat-absorbing minerals to capture heat from the water and release it during drying to cut energy costs. 

But to find out whether it’s any good at washing dishes, read our full Siemens SN678D00TG/06 dishwasher review.

9. Miele WDA101 freestanding washing machine

The Miele WDA101 freestanding washing machine (£502)  lives at the premium end of the price range and you get 15 wash programs and an A+++ energy-efficiency label for your money. 

But is the extra expense worth it in terms of its clothes-washing, rinsing and spinning? 

Read our full review of the Miele WDA101washing machine to find out.

10.  Lidl Parkside PHD 150 D3 pressure washer

The Lidl Parkside PHD 150 D3 is a surprisingly high-spec pressure washer for the £80 price-tag. But is it as powerful as it claims to be and does it clean quickly and easily? 

Read on for our first look review of the Lidl Parkside PHD 150 D3 pressure washer.

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