Domestic Appliances Reviewed

    Trade Appliances

    Rating: 3.5 / 5

    Trade Appliances are specialists in built in kitchen appliances, and offer a wide range of everything from dishwashers to microwaves and fridges to ovens on their site. Their prices are generally low and the shopping service is easy to use, although it has a slight disadvantage in that some of the items don't have photographs.

    Green Consumer Guide

    Rating: 5.0 / 5

    The Green Consumer Guide is an online news and information resource dedicated to promoting energy efficient and environmentally friendly products. They have a lot of information on electrical goods, including recommendations for appliances that can save you money on your electric bill while doing the environment a favour at the same time.


    Rating: 4.5 / 5

    Kelkoo is an online shopping service that you may have come across before (they advertise just about everywhere!). Their household appliances section is probably one of their most useful, with its services that let users compare prices between a wide range of companies in the UK. A huge range of brands and items is covered on their site.

    24-7 Electrical

    Rating: 4.0 / 5

    24-7 Electrical is an on-line shop where you can buy a large selection of quality electrical goods in the country, ranging from telephones to the highest technology TVs. Their prices offer a savings of about 20-30% off typical High Street prices.


    Rating: 5.0 / 5

    Comet, as everyone knows, carry one of the largest ranges of kitchen and home appliances (and a lot of other products). The site is fairly simple to use and their helpful comparison feature earns them top marks.

    Comets Clearance Auctions

    Rating: 4.5 / 5

    If you're looking for a bargain try this one. Comet's Clearance Auction site allows you to bid for previously sold or cosmetically damaged electrical goods. One nifty thing here is that you can input your postcode and they let you know how much the delivery will be before you bid.

    Washing Machine Help

    Rating: 4.0 / 5

    One washing machine repair man's tips and advice on buying washing machines and spares and getting repairs done. Very basic design with helpful information and links.


    Rating: 4.5 / 5

    Does your washing machine need a timer knob cap? Does the vacuum cleaner cry for a new bag? Look no further. Spares2go, a Southampton based online supplier of spare parts for domestic electrical appliances, will have a solution as well as the diagnostic information on other appliances you might have. The site allows searching by the relevant manufacturer and also suggests if the same spare part fits other models of the appliance.