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Can Lakeland’s unusual soup maker rival Morphy Richards?

Can Lakeland’s unusual soup maker rival Morphy Richards?

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.

Battle of the budget blenders: can the Kenwood Smoothie2Go compete with newer rivals?

Battle of the budget blenders: can the Kenwood Smoothie2Go compete with newer rivals?

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.

Best new slow cookers for 2019 revealed

Best new slow cookers for 2019 revealed

Our recent slow cooker tests have uncovered an impressive Which? Best Buy just in time for Christmas, but we've also been hands-on with three dreaded Don't Buys.

Five stylish coffee machines that could make the perfect festive treat

Five stylish coffee machines that could make the perfect festive treat

Our pick of the latest coffee machines to consider this Christmas. We've rounded up some favourites for every taste and budget.

Lakeland’s 2-in-1 coffee machine works with Nespresso and Dolce Gusto pods

Lakeland’s 2-in-1 coffee machine works with Nespresso and Dolce Gusto pods

This £99 Lakeland 2-in-1 pod coffee machine works with both Nespresso and Dolce Gusto coffee capsules. Is it the indecisive coffee lover's dream? We take a look and reveal our expert verdict on its coffee making skills.

WHSmith finishes bottom in Which? high street shops survey 2019

WHSmith finishes bottom in Which? high street shops survey 2019

WHSmith has finished last in our annual high street shops survey, with a disappointing customer score of 50%. Richer Sounds claimed the top spot and has been rated the best...

Which? reveals 2017’s best and worst brands for customer service

Which? reveals 2017’s best and worst brands for customer service

Best and worst brands for customer service revealed for 2017 by Which? Apple, BA, John Lewis, Ryanair, Sports Direct, Tesco and more rated by their customers.

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