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Need a new kitchen appliance? No problem.

Eventually, our domestic appliances are going to break. On a long enough timeline, every appliances survival rate will drop to 0%. It’s a sad and depressing fact. So choosing the right appliance that’s durable, reliable and perfect for your needs is of the upmost importance. Let’s take a look at some winning machines shall we:

When comes to food storage I think Beko fridge freezers are pretty cool. (Pardon the pun). They are highly affordable, have simple, tasteful designs and come in a range of finishes including classic white and contemporary black. What’s great about them is that not only do they have generous space inside for your food, but certain models are frost free, meaning you won’t have to defrost them. That’s going to save you a lot of time and effort! Plus, you can also put these models into colder areas such as a garage or outhouse. Perfect for space saving needs. They will remain usable in temperatures as cold as -15°C!

Hotpoint washing machines are certainly reliable. Well, Hotpoint have been around for over 100 years so they must be doing something right. Their cleaning appliances have stood the test of time and give you models perfect for families. In fact, their largest machines can hold 11kg of laundry. That’s an immense 45 t-shirts worth of clothing! Along with sensible and practical designs in black, white, silver and even stainless steel, you’ll find a model to suit your kitchen design.

What I love about these machines are the programmes you can get. For a guy who is used to just sticking in my clothes and hitting the ‘on’ button, it’s refreshing to see certain models with a wide array of features including steam refresh, bed and bath (for bulky items), plus super silent motors (ideal for stay at home parents).
Yup, there’s a world of choice out there, so make sure you choose the best one for you, your family and your lifestyle!

A full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger at any time. I’m 42 and proud. Mom of Derelle & Erchelle, sharing my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my Indian national husband works miles away from home.

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