Connected cooking appliances do call for a high investment, so which smart functions are worth having, and which are cash-gobbling gimmicks? If you're in the market for a new oven, hob or hood, read on to learn about some smart features worth keeping an eye out for.
One in three fridge freezers from the least reliable brand develop a fault within the first four years, according to exclusive Which? research. Find out which is the best fridge freezer brand for reliability and customer satisfaction.
From AEG, Beko and Bosch, to Stoves, Siemens and Zanussi, check the latest Which? lab results to get an oven that will stand the test of time
Searching the January sales for a kettle and toaster set? See our round-up of stylish pairs we tested this year.
Lakeland's Jug Soup Maker is quite pricey compared to rivals, but it has as few extra tricks up its sleeve. We've tried it out to see if it lives up to the price tag.
Are Aldi's cheap £20 SpecialBuy kettle and long-slot toaster worth snapping up? Get our verdict on what they offer versus big brand rivals to find out.
The cheap Lidl Silvercrest Multi-Functional pressure cooker is in stores this month. But how does it compare to the popular Instant Pot? Read our electric pressure cooker reviews to find out.
We've tested cheap and compact blenders perfect for people tight on space (or cash), but which mini blender is the mightiest? Compare Nutribullet, Kenwood and Argos blenders and more.
A Which? survey of over 3000 dishwasher owners shows that paying more will get you a more reliable dishwasher. Our analysis shows it could even work out cheaper in the long run.
The Bluicer can blend, juice or do both in one, but at £370 it's a big investment even for a multi-tasking gadget. Get our first impressions to see if it's worth splashing the cash on