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New Argos catalogue is released

Argos catalogue has more than 19,000 products

Update: read about the new Argos catalogue for autumn / winter 2011.

The latest Argos catalogue has just hit Argos stores and the company has again upped its number of low cost items.

The new catalogue now has more than 300 products in the Argos Value Range, which has doubled year-on-year. It includes low cost everyday items such as bedding, heaters and and also includes fridges, freezers and .

Argos also says the catalogue – which reaches around 18 million homes – will feature more lower priced items, and ‘market beating deals’ on items such as TVs, cameras and bikes.

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Argos Value products

New products in the Value range include a slow cooker (£9.79), deep fat fryer (£13.97), food processor (24.49) and mini sewing machine (£24.99).

The Value range has had some products slashed in price and others increased since the last catalogue edition. A Value kettle is still priced at £4.79, the Value hand blender has gone up to £4.89 from its January 2009 price of £4.19, while the juice extractor available in the Value range is £9.89, £1.60 cheaper than the equivalent model in the last catalogue. 

The Value hand mixer has increased in price again to £4.99, from £3.96 in July 2008 and £4.59 in January 2009 respectively.

Celebrity chefs

Famous chefs are also well represented in the catalogue. It includes the new Marco Pierre White range, the Jamie Oliver from Tefal range and a collection of products from James Martin, including a new bread maker. 

Two new food processors, a jug blender and new bread makers are also available in the catalogue from Antony Worrall Thompson.

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