Appliance Brands

Review of Westinghouse refrigerators

Westinghouse is a family-focused appliance brand under the umbrella of the Electrolux Group. For many years, Westinghouse has been chosen by Australian families for sensible household appliances designed to make life just a little bit easier. While the brand isn’t one for posh design or...


Review of Smeg dishwashers

Smeg was founded by Vittorio Bertazzoni in his small home village in northern Italy in 1948. Beginning as an enamelling and metalwork business, Bertazzoni quickly shifted to designing kitchen appliances. The first Smeg dishwashers were produced in the 1960s, leading to the development of 60cm...


Review of Kogan Air Conditioners

If you’re looking for a new air conditioner but don’t want to break the bank, then online electronics retailer Kogan may be worth a look. Best known for its cheap TVs and good-value prepaid phone plans, Kogan is also earning a reputation for cheap and...


Review of Samsung dishwashers

From humble origins as a trading company dealing with dried fish and local groceries, Samsung has become South Korea’s largest chaebol (business conglomerate). When Samsung moved into the electronics industry and invested heavily into research and development, its high-tech designs quickly took the world by...


Review of Westinghouse dishwashers

Westinghouse is a family-focused brand under the umbrella of Electrolux Group. For years Westinghouse, has been chosen by Australian families for sensible household appliances designed to make life simpler. While the brand isn’t one for posh designs or high-end features, it endeavours to design affordable...


Review of Fisher & Paykel dishwashers

Beginning as a refrigerator importer in New Zealand in 1934, Fisher & Paykel has grown into a major player in the household appliances industry in its homeland, as well as in Australia. The brand declares itself to hold a ‘pioneering spirit’ and ‘culture of curiosity’...


Review of LG dishwashers

When you see or hear about the brand LG, the first thing you probably think of is its slogan ‘Life’s Good’. However, you might be surprised to learn that’s not what ‘LG’ actually stands for. The Korean electronics chaebol (business conglomerate) was first established in...


Review of Dishlex dishwashers

Dishlex is an affordable dishwasher brand, targeted towards getting the basics done right and reliably. This means consumers can get exactly what they need without forking out for extras or having to read a novel to figure out how to use the thing. As a...


Review of LG clothes dryers

From televisions and phones to microwaves and washing machines, LG does it all. But what about its clothes dryers? LG’s current range of clothes dryers includes five models, with each flaunting a sharp style and some of the latest in dryer technology. In this article,...


Review of Bosch dishwashers

Bosch is a household name, thanks to its global success in manufacturing high-end technology that you can find in your car, your garden shed, and your kitchen. Dishwashers are just one of the home kitchen appliances produced by Bosch. A reliable and effective dishwasher is...


Review of TCL TVs

TCL is one of the six largest television manufacturers worldwide, offering affordable yet powerful technology. The Chinese brand launched in 1981 and transitioned to Australia back in 2004. Its motto is ‘the creative life’, which is reflected by its range of TVs. Amongst its excellent...


Review of SONIQ TVs

If you’re looking to buy a new TV, you shouldn’t just consider the big dogs of the market like Sony, Samsung and Panasonic. Other providers such as SONIQ are equally capable of giving you a quality TV, and you might even bag a great bargain. If...


Review of Sony TVs

Founded in 1946, Sony has become synonymous with innovation and quality as an industry leader of electronic appliances. It’s one of the leaders in providing home theatre and audio-visual equipment, games consoles, and impressive new standards in TV technology, amongst other things. Sony has 10 televisions...


Review of Panasonic TVs

Panasonic is a Japanese electronics manufacturer. It was founded all the way back in 1918, and set up in Australia in 1989. Its products are generally recognised for quality and durability, helping the company to become one of the world’s foremost consumer electronics brands. If you’re...


Review of Kogan TVs

Since being founded in 2006, Kogan has become one of the largest online department stores in Australia. It sells tens of thousands of products every year, mainly specialising in consumer electronics. You might have heard of Kogan when it acquired Dick Smith’s online store in...


Review of Simpson clothes dryers

If you’re looking for a no-nonsense clothes dryer, then it’s hard to look past Simpson. Despite being one of the top names in laundry appliances, Simpson currently only manufactures three models of clothes dryer. They are the 4kg, 5kg and 6kg Ezi Loader Dryer –...


Review of Fisher & Paykel clothes dryers

What started as a small New Zealand refrigerator reseller, Fisher & Paykel is today a globally recognised manufacturer of kitchen and laundry appliances. Fisher & Paykel says its products are for real people, designing appliances that are adaptable, functional, durable and of real quality. Safe...


Review of LG TVs

“Life’s good”. LG’s slogan represents the way it manufactures its products – to make life easier for you. Since being founded in 1958, LG has gone on to become one of the world’s most celebrated providers of household appliances and electronic goods, across products like...


Review of Hisense TVs

Hisense is a multinational white goods and electronics manufacturer based in China. Hisense was founded there in 1969 and has gone on to become a globally recognised provider of such products, operating in countries such as France, South Africa, USA, and of course Australia. In addition...


Review of Samsung TVs

In the modern age, a TV is considered the centre piece of any living room. People judge each other by the TVs that they own, so having a good TV is crucial to tie the house together. If you’re looking for a TV that really...


Review of Volta vacuum cleaners

Volta has been creating vacuum cleaners and other home appliances since 1915. It may not be as big or famous as some of the other vacuum brands you’ve probably heard of, but Volta still has some solid vacuums on offer that could be just what...


Review of Samsung vacuum cleaners

Chances are you own at least one or two Samsung appliances in your home, whether it’s your refrigerator, washing machine or microwave oven. What you probably don’t own, however, is a Samsung vacuum cleaner. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. Samsung has a concise range...


Review of Piranha vacuum cleaners

Piranha is a budget brand of home appliances, with its range of vacuum cleaners commonly found in major discount department stores such as Big W and Kmart. You might think that cheap vacuum cleaners aren’t up to scratch – we’ve all had bad experiences with cheap...


Review of Miele vacuum cleaners

Miele is a German manufacturer of premium household appliances, including washing machines, dishwashers and ovens. Founded in 1899, Miele appliances can be found in almost 50 countries around the world, and Australians have certainly taken to the brand which usually delivers on its promises of...


Review of LG vacuum cleaners

LG is a respected name in household appliances, manufacturing many high-quality goods that range from smartphones to slow cookers. The company’s products focus on a combination of technical excellence and user friendliness, with prices that start at affordable and go up to premium. LG’s vacuum...


Review of Electrolux vacuum cleaners

Electrolux is one of the biggest home appliance brands in the world. Selling over 40 million products in more than 150 different countries every year, the company employs more than 52,000 people to sell appliances both large and small. Its vacuum cleaner range is typically...


Review of Dyson vacuum cleaners

Dyson has built a deserved reputation as one of the most innovative and interesting appliance manufacturers in the world. One of few companies which manage to make household technology exciting, Dyson is renowned for its futuristic designs and ground-breaking features, with its vacuum cleaners universally...


Review of Bosch vacuum cleaners

Bosch is a German company which manufactures a huge range of household appliances, plus automotive components and electronics, as well as industrial manufacturing equipment and energy solutions. The most well-known division in Australia, however, is its home appliances business, including products like washing machines and...


Review of Lavazza coffee machines

Lavazza is an Italian company well known for its coffee bean production, with products available on supermarket shelves nationwide. In addition to the raw supply from which your favourite hot beverage is made, Lavazza also produces an impressive line-up of espresso coffee machines. Its coffee machine...


Review of Sunbeam coffee machines

An Australian company which manufactures all kinds of home appliances, Sunbeam has an historic reputation for innovative design and Iconic products, such as the original Mixmaster, steam iron and pop-up toaster that have been best-sellers Down Under for decades. And Sunbeam has continued that tradition...


Review of Miele dishwashers

Miele designs and produces high-end household appliances, manufacturing in Germany to excellent standards. The company remains family-owned and run, with its slogan “immer besser” meaning “always better”. It’s not just a marketing angle – Miele demonstrates a genuine dedication to improving the quality of its...


Review of Nespresso coffee machines

Nespresso is one of the most iconic coffee brands in the world, with its signature marketing campaigns reinforcing its status as the first ever producer of capsule-based espresso coffee. Having introduced the world’s first home espresso machines back in the late 90s, Nespresso’s range has...


Review of Caffitaly coffee machines

Caffitaly’s foremost mission is apparently to advance the enjoyment of coffee in all aspects. Whether you enjoy a morning cup of coffee to relax and think, or simply use it as a morning pick-me-up, Caffitaly aims to create machines which make your whole experience easy...


Review of DeLonghi coffee machines

Espresso coffee machines are becoming ever more popular in Australian homes. It’s a well-known fact that Aussies are some of the biggest coffee lovers (and coffee snobs!) in the world, so it’s no surprise that many of us enjoy making our own coffee from home....


Review of Breville Coffee Machines

Breville is one of the most reputable appliance manufacturers in the business, and its espresso coffee machine range is no exception. The company produces several premium machines, which tend to justify their steep prices with an extraordinary range of capabilities and features – not to...


Review of Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machines

Nescafe Dolce Gusto is Nestlé’s answer to the growing competition in the coffee pod/capsule market. The brand has several countertop espresso coffee machines available in Australia, covering a range of price points so as to offer something for every household. All Dolce Gusto machines boast...


Brighten your day with Sunbeam blenders

With a lot of newcomers on the block, it can be difficult for traditional blender brands to have their voices heard. The industry is rife with competition as more and more Australians want to get their hands on the latest fad blender to make their...


Russell Hobbs Blenders: It’s The Performance That Counts

The mean streets of the blender world are not to be taken lightly. While they seem innocuous enough, the difference between a good and bad blender can be astronomical. Traditional blender brands such as Russell Hobbs have faced some stiff competition recently, mostly from cheeky...


About Philips Blenders

Philips is a Dutch technology company that makes consumer and professional products as well as lights. They manufacture everything from MRI scanners, respiratory machines, and dental equipment, to TVs, shavers, baby products, and household appliances. Because they make so many things, the company is organized...


Review of Nutri Ninja blenders

We Aussies have taken to blenders like blenders take to chopping up a banana. It’s a natural synergy, and in our busy lifestyles a blender seems like a perfect solution for those always on the move. This is where the Nutri Ninja brand steps in...


Kenwood: Solid, powerful blenders

Long ago, cavemen were growing tired of smashing kale with rocks to get their smoothies. They’d be amazed at the blender technology we have today. Making a superfood smoothie has never been so easy. Nowadays there is a lot of competition on the market, and...


Kambrook: Cheap but powerful blenders

With so many blenders on the market these days, you’d be forgiven for going into a bit of a meltdown over which one to pulverise your vegies with. With increased competition, it can be easy to overlook the brands that have seemingly always been there....


Kmart: Cheap and ‘chopful’ blenders

Australians love a good trip to Kmart. When you’re not tempted by the cheap and cutesy homewares, chances are, you’re tempted into buying all of the cheap nifty appliances. Kmart definitely aren’t silly – the way they’ve transformed themselves in recent years has been impressive....


Breville: The Boss of the blender world

How we made delicious smoothies and soups before blenders remains a bit of a mystery. While dinosaurs likely just pulverised fruit with their sheer strength, unfortunately humans were equipped with relatively puny features. Luckily we had the brains to invent a blender. Breville is one such...


About Braun Blenders

Braun makes a pretty good jug blender, the JB3060. Part of their Tribute Collection, the blender contains some interesting innovations such as a triangular jug for efficient circulation. This triangular jug shape is also supposed to create both a horizontal and vertical flow, which is...


Jabra: changing the way we think about headphones

The Jabra SPORT PULSE Wireless earbuds stood out from the crowd in our Innovation Excellence Awards – Telecommunications. Designed to be the perfect running companion for fitness fanatics, the headphones are all about comfort, convenience – oh, and they even monitor your heart rate. So we...


About Sennheiser headphones & earphones

Sitting at the same table as brands like Bose and Audio-Technica, Sennheiser is one of the more prestigious and respected brand in the audio electronics field. One of the few major audio companies to not be based in Asia or America, Sennheiser was founded in Germany...


About Philips headphones & earphones

There aren’t many of us who haven’t owned or used a Philips product at some point in our lives. Just take a look around your home and there’s a good chance you’ll find that iconic blue lettering on some small household appliance or another. Little noise...


About Bose headphones & earphones

As the winner of our customer satisfaction awards for both headphone and earphone awards in 2015, Bose is obviously doing something right. The company is one of the most well-known in its field and is renowned for the quality of its products. While the Bose brand...


About Beats by Dre headphones

A brand with some serious star power behind it, Beats Electronics is an audio company that produces headphones, earphones and speakers. It has a strong presence in popular culture, with its products often spotted on famous musicians, athletes and other celebrities. Beats is now owned...


Review of Vax Vacuum Cleaners

Vax is the UK’s best-selling floor care brand, specialising in items such as mops, steam cleaners, air purifiers and of course, vacuums. Vax was founded in 1977, and has gone on to become a household name for many people looking for a good quality vacuum...


Review of Shark vacuum cleaners

Shark vacuum cleaners are among the most innovative and capable cleaning machines on the Australian market. One of several brands owned by cleaning appliance giant Euro-Pro, Shark has pioneered innovative new cleaning products for Aussie customers, and shows no signs of slowing down! The company...


Review of Kambrook vacuum cleaners

Kambrook was founded by Australian inventor Frank Bannigan back in 1964, and has gone on to become a staple feature of homes around the nation since. Kambrook has a large range of home appliances to choose from, with each of its products said to undergo...


Review of Hoover vacuum cleaners

Hoover is one of the leading providers of vacuum cleaners in Australia, with a history dating back more than 100 years. The brand has become synonymous with vacuum cleaning over the decades and now boasts a huge range of more than 40 different models. With more...


Review of Whirlpool washing machines

Whirlpool is a name synonymous with household appliances. From everything in the kitchen to washing machines, Whirlpool likely has you covered. It’s a brand that’s been around for over 100 years and today its focus is on tech-packed and effective washing machines. Whirlpool is headquartered in...


Review of Whirlpool microwave ovens

The long-standing Whirlpool home appliances brand may not come across your radar often, but that’s no reflection on its quality. Whirlpool Corporation is an American brand which manufactures a wide range of appliances under a number of different labels, as well as manufacturing directly for...


Review of Electrolux washing machines

If you have ever wanted a slice of Sweden but can’t afford a European holiday, then have you considered buying an Electrolux washing machine? Electrolux is a Swedish brand that makes all manner of household appliances, including refrigerators and vacuum cleaners. Electrolux makes washing machines...


Review of Simpson washing machines

Simpson is a bit of a standout among other appliance manufacturers in that it specialises solely in washing and drying. Simpson is a no-gimmicks and fuss-free manufacturer of both top loader and front loader washing machines. The brand was based in Adelaide for nearly 100...


Review of LG washing machines

LG is one of the world’s biggest appliance manufacturers. From refrigerators to televisions and washing machines, the brand that says ‘Life’s good’ has usually got you covered with generally quality products at reasonable prices. LG frequently performs well in Canstar Blue’s customer satisfaction ratings for...


Review of Bosch Washing Machines

Washing machine shopping is neither particularly exciting nor interesting. However, it’s still important you get the right one for your needs. Front loaders are generally the top choice these days, as compared to top loaders they use less water. Luckily, German manufacturer Bosch – in...


Review of Miele Washing Machines

Buying a new washing machine can be a difficult and confusing process, which is why it’s tempting just to go with one of the most reputable brands. Sure, it might cost you more up front, but when it comes to major household appliances, you generally...


Review of Fisher & Paykel washing machines

If you’re looking for a new washing machine for your home, Fisher & Paykel is almost certainly worth a look. Unlike some leading manufacturers, it still produces both front and top load washers, giving you plenty of options to consider. While they may not boast...


Review of Samsung washing machines

Samsung is a world leader in consumer technology, but what you might not know is that it also manufactures a large range of household appliances, including refrigerators, air conditioners and washing machines. When it comes to the latter, Samsung makes both kinds – front loaders...


Review of Kambrook microwave ovens

Kambrook has a strong history of innovation and quality products that can’t be ignored if you’re looking for a good, relatively cheap home appliance. Among the different products that the brand currently produces is the humble microwave oven, which will be the subject of this...


Review of Breville microwave ovens

The Breville brand is responsible for the creation of a large number of innovative appliance products, such as the adjustable height sandwich press, the world’s first juice extractor capable of juicing whole fruit, and the active-arm citrus press, to name just a few. This knack for...


Review of Samsung microwave ovens

One of the world’s most high-profile electronics companies, Samsung makes and sells a huge range of different products, from smartphones to televisions, to refrigerators and washing machines. It also happens to produce a wide range of microwave ovens, which will be the subject of this...


Review of Panasonic microwave ovens

With its history of quality products and a spirit for innovation, it’s no surprise that Panasonic has an excellent range of microwave ovens to choose from, which we’ll review in this report. Buying appliances for your kitchen is an important decision, and is not one...


Review of LG microwave ovens

LG is an electronics brand known for producing a huge range of products, from smartphones to washing machines, refrigerators and dishwashers. As well as big ticket items like these, it’s also a leading brand of small kitchen appliances, including microwave ovens, which this article will...


Review of Sharp microwave ovens

There’s nothing more convenient that grabbing a ready-made meal out of the fridge and throwing it into the microwave for a few minutes. Sure, it’s probably not going to be the most wholesome meal you’ve ever prepared, but at the end of a long, hard...


Review of Kmart microwave ovens

Sometimes there’s simply no need to pay more than you need to for something. Do you really need that fancy loaf of bread? Would the cheap airline get you from A to B just as easily? The same logic applies to household appliances. Are the...


Review of Euromaid ovens

A good oven should last you more than a decade, but that doesn’t mean you need to spend a fortune on one. Sure, you could splash out five figures on a top of the range oven with all the latest and greatest features, or you...


Review of Westinghouse ovens

Westinghouse is a wholly owned subsidiary of Electrolux and enjoys a solid tradition for producing high-quality and reasonably-priced home appliances. One of its main product categories is ovens. This article will conduct a thorough review of each of the ovens Westinghouse has on offer to...


Review of Miele ovens

Miele is a premium brand of household appliances, which specialises in big ticket items like dishwashers, washing machines and ovens. Being a high-end brand means you’ll likely pay a higher price for your new piece of kit, but Miele has a reputation for providing great...


Review of Fisher & Paykel ovens

Fisher & Paykel has been producing home appliances since 1934 and is constantly challenging conventional designs. It’s for this reason that the New Zealand brand has proved very popular in many of our customer ratings overs the years, including those for laundry appliances, fridges and...


Review of Whirlpool ovens

Whirlpool is an established provider of whitegoods across the world, and it focuses on innovation and design across all of its products. Its ovens are no different, and we have had a look at every oven Whirlpool provides in order to help you determine which...


Review of Samsung ovens

You probably best know Samsung as a leading manufacturer of televisions, cameras and other digital equipment. However, it’s also a big player when it comes to household appliances like refrigerators, air conditioners and ovens. This report will look at Samsung ovens in order to determine...


Review of Smeg ovens

Smeg is an Italian home appliance brand that has been providing “elegant contemporary living solutions” for over 60 years globally, and is a leading provider of home appliances in Australia. Its products focus on style and technology, combined with high performance, and this is reflected...


Review of Electrolux ovens

Electrolux is a global leader in home appliances, selling more than 60 million products to customers around the world every year. Its vision is to be the best appliance company in the world, Electrolux says, and its dishwashers, refrigerators and washing machines are certainly amongst...


Review of Blanco ovens

Blanco is one of the major providers of home appliances and electronics, both domestically and worldwide. Its aim, the company says, is to deliver the best in European styling and quality German craftsmanship with products that have outstanding form, function, innovation and precision. This mission...


Review of LG refrigerators

Before refrigerators came about, people used to keep food cold by storing it at their mother-in-law’s house for a week. We’re only kidding, but refrigeration has come a long way, and nowadays there’s a ton of brands saturating the market. It can be hard to...


Review of Electrolux refrigerators

With electricity prices soaring immensely over the past decade, it’s only right to assume that Australians are looking at cutting their electricity bill wherever possible. One such avenue to take is to look at your fridge. Seeing that they’re operating for 24-hours a day, it’s...


Review of Kelvinator refrigerators

Let’s face it, refrigeration isn’t really something that gets a lot of Aussies excited, but it’s a necessary part of life in this brown land of ours. Being that fridges aren’t particularly exciting appliances to go out and purchase, many of us buy one without...


Review of Samsung refrigerators

Samsung is a company that needs no introduction. From mobile phones, to televisions to washing machines – and yes, refrigerators – Samsung is one of the largest electronics companies in the world. While there is much hype around their Galaxy smartphones, what you might not...


Review of Hisense refrigerators

It can be easy to overlook the humble fridge humming away in the corner of your kitchen. Often it’s the unsung hero in your home, keeping your food fresh, while not even demanding a hug. Seeing as fridges are such an integral part of the...


Review of Fisher & Paykel refrigerators

In Australia, it’s pretty much necessary for everyone household to have a refrigerator. Like taxes, they’re an inevitable part of life, and many of us don’t pay a second thought as to the type of fridge we own, or what brands are leading the charge....


Review of Bosch ovens

Bosch is a name synonymous with technology and innovation the world over. As well as providing expertise in the fields of security technology, power tools, automotive manufacturing and more, Bosch is also one of the leading brands of household appliances, such as washing machines, dishwashers...


Review of Samsung Air Conditioners

Samsung may be best known for its flash new smartphones, but you’ll never be too far away from one of the brand’s impressive home appliances either, including its air conditioners. Comprised of four different kinds of air conditioning systems, there’s bound to be something in...


Review of Panasonic Air Conditioners

One of the biggest manufacturers of consumer electronics in both Japan and the world, Panasonic has been producing and selling air conditioners since 1958, when the company introduced its original ‘Home Air Conditioner’. Since then Panasonic has put a lot of effort into diversifying and...


Review of Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioners

For most people the Mitsubishi name immediately conjures images of various types of vehicles, but that’s only one of the group’s businesses, of which there are many. One of the more prominent under the Mitsubishi umbrella is Mitsubishi Electric which manufactures and sells air conditioners...


Review of LG Air Conditioners

LG has a pretty impressive track record when it comes to air conditioners. It produced South Korea’s first air conditioner units, and since then the manufacture has become one of the largest electronics companies in not only South Korea but the world over. If we...


Review of Kelvinator Air Conditioners

One of the smaller players in Australia’s air conditioner market, Kelvinator is a brand owned by Electrolux. It has been around for over a century, and makes and sells a large range of home appliances, including air conditioners.  And when it comes to Kelvinator air...


Review of Fujitsu General Air Conditioners

Fujitsu General is one of Australia’s most awarded consumer electronics brands, and has a long history of innovation in its field. The company offers a wide range of air conditioners designed for residential use, all of which come packed with the impressive features and innovation...


Review of Daikin Air Conditioners

Having manufactured and sold air conditioners in Australia for more than 40 years, it’s safe to say that Daikin probably knows a fair bit about what goes into a high-quality air conditioner. Its products have received many awards over the years for things including energy-efficiency...


About Harvey Norman

Gerry Harvey and Ian Norman met when they were both working as door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesmen. In 1961 they opened their first store together and it didn’t take them long to expand, with retail chain Norman Ross taking off and becoming one of the largest...


About The Good Guys

The Good Guys started off as a single store in Essendon back in the 1950s and the brand has slowly but surely become a household name across Australia. Originally known as ‘Mighty Muirs’, the company had slow growth until 1998, when rebranding to ‘The Good Guys’...


About Dick Smith

As the name suggests, it all began with Mr Dick Smith. He started a car radio installation back in 1968, growing from one business in Sydney to a national chain, to an international chain. From the car radio business emerged an electronic wholesale business, which is...


About JB Hi-Fi

JB was born out of a humble store in Victoria, where John Barbuto set up shop in 1974. His philosophy was to deliver a great range of music and hi-fi systems at the lowest prices in Australia. In 2004, the company made a major move by...


About Bing Lee

Bing Lee is a family-run business that dates back to 1957 when its first store opened in Fairfield, Western Sydney. In the late 1950s, Fairfield was an area close to government housing for new Australians and the Lee family business supplied many of them with...


Review of Chef ovens

Chef is a brand that specialises specifically in cooking appliances, providing some of the cheapest ovens around. Despite the low prices, however, its ovens all come equipped with a variety of useful features, so let’s review the entire range and try to offer some guidance...


Review of Electrolux clothes dryers

Electrolux is best known for its ovens, cooktops and refrigerators, but it’s also a big name in the laundry department, too. Electrolux has seven different models of clothes dryer, including two condenser dryers, one condenser heat pump dryer, and four vented dryers. For those who...


Review of Whirlpool clothes dryers

Any good appliance brand knows it’s about quality, not quantity – an ethos that’s certainly represented by Whirlpool. Among its wide range of kitchen and laundry appliances, Whirlpool only manufacturers two models of condenser clothes dryer. In this review, Canstar Blue reviews Whirlpool clothes dryers,...


Review of ALDI Expressi coffee machine

ALDI’s Expressi brand is Australia’s only supermarket-backed line of espresso coffee products. The Expressi brand first appeared Down Under back in 2011, and is produced in partnership with German coffee giant Kruger. Expressi’s focus is on high quality products and affordable costs – a focus...


Miele

Anyone with a dishwasher knows how wonderful it is not to get your hands all dried out from soapy water several times a day. And in 2015 Miele has taken the Most Satisfied Customers – Dishwashers award. So here’s brief rundown of Miele. And you...