Top 10 popular home and garden products on which.co.uk in JuneCheap Silentnight mattress tops list again
06 July 2016
Sleep has clearly been the main thing on your mind as two mattresses have topped our list of the 10 most viewed home and garden products on which.co.uk in June.
The inexpensive Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe has made it to the top of our charts for the third month in a row, with almost 4,500 of you checking the review. It's followed by the popular Sealy Teramo 140 mattress.
You've also been thinking about making chores easier, with three washing machines, a dishwasher, cordless vacuum cleaner and lawn mower making the top 10.
Keep reading to see what else made it into the top 10 product reviews, and click on the links to see which products are a brilliant buy and which are best to avoid.
1. Silentnight classic 1200 pocket deluxe mattress
Mattresses can be expensive, so coming in at £349, this is a reasonable price for a pocket-sprung model. We've also found that this mattress is available under slightly different names. These include: 'Silentnight Walton 1200 Luxury Double', 'Silentnight Sofia Mirapocket 1200' and 'Mirapocket 1200 Pocket Spring Penny Deluxe'.
Read our full Silentnight classic 1200 pocket deluxe mattress review to find out how well it did in our tough lab test.
2. Sealy Teramo 1400 mattress
The Sealy Teramo 1400, which is also known as the Nostromo 1400, is a pocket-sprung mattress. At £749, it’s a large step up in price from the Silentnight classic 1200.
It's worth therefore checking our Sealy Teramo 1400 review, which will tell you how comfy it is, how well it will support your back and how durable it will be.
3. Samsung WW80J6410CW washing machine
This Samsung washing machine comes with many potentially useful features, one of which could help solve a complaint many Which? members have - smelly washing. It comes with a larger than average 8kg drum, which should be a good size for most families.
4. Siemens SN66L080GB dishwasher
We wonder whether this Siemens dishwasher was popular because of the claim that it only uses 9.5 litres of water to wash a whole 13 place setting load? Or maybe it was because it has a shallow third drawer at the top of the cavity for cutlery and small items if crockery?
Visit the Siemens SN66L080GB dishwasher review to find out whether its popularity is justified.
5. Zanussi ZWF91283W washing machine
Washing machines can cost more than £1,000, so this Zanussi ZWF91283W model, coming in at a reasonable £290, could be good for your bank balance. But will it be good for your washing? With a large 9gk drum and an A+++ energy label, it claims to wash a lot of laundry without costing too much.
Be sure to read the Zanussi ZWF91283W washing machine review and specifications before you buy.
6. Samsung RB31FERNBSS fridge freezer
At £600 the Samsung RB31FERNBSS fridge freezer certainly isn’t one of the cheapest options on the market. It comes with a dedicated chill compartment which you can set to 0°C to help preserve meat and fish.
Read the Samsung RB31FERNBSS review to see how quick it is at chilling food and whether it will actually stay evenly cool.
7. Gtech AirRam AR02 cordless vacuum cleaner
Gtech boldly claims that this cordless vacuum can replace for your normal corded vacuum. But did our test, where we see how much dust and dirt a vacuum can really pick up, prove this to be true?
Find out how well the Gtech AirRam AR02 cordless vacuum cleaner fares in our review.
8. Bosch Rotak 430 Ergo power lawn mower
This electric Bosch Rotak 430 Ergo power (B&Q’s version of the Rotak 430 ErgoFlex) has six cutting heights, from 70mm to 20mm, and cuts 43cm wide, so should help you to keep your lawn pristine, just like the centre court at Wimbledon.
Read our review to find out whether the Bosch Rotak 430 Ergo power lawn mower could prove a valuable product, or whether it will leave you with an unsightly lawn.
9. Vax S86-SF-B Boost steam cleaner
The Vax S86-SF-B Boost steam mop is a top-of-the range model designed to be used with a steam detergent that Vax claims ‘cuts through grease’. With steam pressure controls, a specific steam-burst attachment to target areas of dirt, and a built-in scrubbing brush, this should be the only mop you’ll ever need.
But how did it do when we put it to work cleaning dried-on pasta sauce and muddy footprints? Check out our review of the Vax S86-SF-B Boost steam cleaner to find out.
10. Bosch WTW87560GB tumble dryer
With a predictably damp start to the British summer, it’s no wonder that the Bosch WTW87560GB tumble dryer review is proving popular. It has a large 9kg capacity, in which we dry the equivalent of 25 men's shirts at a time when testing. As this is a heat pump dryer, it is expensive compared to normal tumble dryers.
Read the full test review of the Bosch WTW87560GB tumble dryer to find out whether this dryer will evenly dry your clothes without leaving them crispy.