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Tesco unveils exclusive Tricity kitchen appliances

Tesco Tricity range includes breadmaker and kettle

Tricity four-slice toaster

Tesco has launched an exclusive range of kitchen appliances under the Tricity brand.

The line-up includes a two-slice and four-slice toaster, a stainless steel kettle, ceramic iron, digital slow cooker, breadmaker, stainless steel pro fryer, microwave with grill and microwave combination oven and grill.

You can find expert Which? reviews of the most popular kitchen appliances, including breadmakers, irons and microwave ovens in our kitchen appliances section.

Tricity kitchen appliances at Tesco

The new range of kitchen appliances are all styled in stainless steel. Prices start at £16.97 for the ceramic iron, up to £99.97 for the combination microwave.

Stainless steel kettle, £19.97
Key features: 360 degree base, soft touch handle.

Two-slice toaster, £17.97 and four-slice toaster, £26.97
Key features: high lift function, variable browning, removable crumb tray, soft touch dials.

Ceramic iron, £16.97
Key features: ceramic soleplate, steam shot, soft grip handles.

Digital slow cooker, £34.97
Key features: digital control panel, removable ceramic pot, clear lid.

Breadmaker, £79.97
Key features: digital display, pull out tin.

Stainless steel pro fryer, £49.97
Key features: timer, temperature controls, removable basket.

Microwave with grill, £69.97
Key features: digital display, touch panels, weight/timer display.

Microwave combination oven and grill, £99.97
Key features: digital display, touch panels, one touch control.

The Tricity brand 

The Tricity brand is owned by Electrolux and has been around since the beginning of the 20th century.

The Tesco range is available now from Tesco stores, through Tesco Direct and online at Tesco’s website.

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