18 of the Best Selling Home & Kitchen Appliances
Every now and then it’s nice to check in to see what other people are buying, either to see if you’re missing out on something wonderful and life-changing or because you’re in the market for new kitchen appliances and need some advice or ideas on what makes and models are likely to meet your needs.
We’re going to look at some of the best selling home and kitchen appliances on Amazon, so not only can you see what other people are buying, but you can also easily click for your own purchases.
In no particular order, 18 of the top selling home and kitchen appliances include:
- ProBreeze® Garment Steamer
The steamer heats up so quickly that you can go from a cold start to steaming in less than one minute. Its nozzle ensures steam is directed to the right spot and is distributed evenly so you can get rid of wrinkles without creating more. It’s portable and works on a range of fabrics, including cotton, wool, linen, polyester, nylon, sequins, beads, embroidery, and upholstery. It has an auto safety shut-off.
Expect to pay between £40 and £60.
- Breville VBL062 Blend Active Personal Blender
You don’t have to wonder about what to do with leftovers with this personal blender as it makes just enough to fit in the sports bottle provided. Crush ice and mix smoothies, juices and shakes to your heart’s content and don’t worry about the washing up – blades and blending bottles are dishwasher safe.
Expect to pay between £20 and £30.
- Q-Connect 760mm, 30” Tower Fan
‘Tis the season for cooling down; of course fans are top sellers. This model rotates or can be fixed in a direction so you can choose your airflow. It’s great for large open spaces and comes with adjustable settings.
Expect to pay between £30 and £60.
- Numatic HVR200-12 Henry Vacuum Cleaner
With 9l capacity and reduced sound, this is a great vacuum cleaner that is worth its weight in gold. It has an A energy rating, extra suction, can be used on different flooring surfaces, and is easy to push around.
Expect to pay between £100 and £170.
- Morphy Richards 42244 Jet Steam Generator Iron
It’s expensive but boy is it worth it with a diamond soleplate that makes it durable and also makes it easy to glide over clothing without ironing in creases – great for the ironing-challenged. It also comes with removable anti-scale cartridges.
Expect to pay between £50 (great special offer) and £200.
- Russell Hobbs 21370 Steamglide Professional Iron
Once again the ironing-challenged can rejoice as this iron is designed for dummies. It’s got a soft-touch comfort grip (no hand cramps) and a ceramic soleplate that glides beautifully and which is also durable, non-stick and efficient thanks to even heat distribution. Best of all, it’s self-cleaning.
Expect to pay between £24 and £60.
- Russell Hobbs 20070 Cambridge Kettle
Elegant stainless-steel, the Cambridge Kettle allows you to boil water for one cup in 45 seconds. Its total capacity is 1.7l and it has a concealed heating element and removable filter that is easy to wash.
Expect to pay between £16 and £20.
- Amir® Digital Kitchen Scale
Elegant in black, with an LCD display and slim design, this scale has precision sensors so you can get exactly the weight you want, which is especially important if you’re a keen baker. It’s easy to clean and has a ‘zero’ function, so you can bring the scale back to zero even when the bowl is full of flour, butter and sugar.
Expect to pay between £10 and £30.
- VonHaus 2-in1 Upright Stick & Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
Offering the ultimate in convenience, the VonHaus comes with HEPA and sponge filtration and a crevice tool, so you can get into virtually any nook and cranny. It has a mid-level, 1.3l, but it’s easy to clean and thanks to the filtration is hygienic.
Expect to pay between £18 and £35.
- Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker
Coffee in one minute, how great is that? And it’s not instant coffee either; instead you can savour creamy, rich-flavoured coffee without any trace of a bitter aftertaste. The AeroPress uses a unique brewing system that delivers perfect cup after cup of coffee. It’s also no mess no fuss.
Expect to pay between £23 and £28.
- George Foreman 20840 5-Portion Family Grill
George Foreman is at it again, cooking tasty, low-fat food quickly on a 5-portion grill that allows you to cook pizzas, open sandwiches, paninis, and thick cuts of meat (or tofu steaks). The removable plates are dishwasher safe. It’s one of the best kitchen appliances on the market.
Expect to pay between £40 and £65.
- Breville VST041 Deep Fill Sandwich Toaster
Breville eoffers the deepest sandwiches yet, to satisfy even the most Homer-like of appetites. It has removable plates that are dishwasher safe and works well with all sized slices of bread. It’s compact enough to store upright in a tight corner of your kitchen cabinets.
Expect to pay between £25 and £37.
Who doesn’t love a good omelette? But who likes the time and effort it takes to make one? Now you can make 2 omelettes at a time in next-to-no-time, and the easy-to-remove, easy-to-clean non-stick plates won’t even be a pain in the wash.
Expect to pay between £12 and £26.
- Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker
Instant Pot claims to speed up cooking by 2 – 6 times, while using 70% less energy, so already it’s a winner. The fact that it boasts so many functions (pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, sauté/browning, yoghurt maker, steamer, and warmer) should earn it a gold medal at the cooking Olympics. It has 14 built-in programmes, temperature settings and 10 safety mechanisms.
Expect to pay between £95 and £170.
- Russell Hobbs RHM2362S Digital Microwave
The 23l microwave comes with a dishwasher safe turntable, pre-programmed auto-cook menus for one-touch cooking, a child safety lock and, of course, elegant good looks.
Expect to pay around £65.
- Russell Hobbs 21140 Three-Tier Food Steamer
The steamer has a total capacity of 9l and heats up in less than 40 seconds. In addition to three baskets, you also get a 1l rice bowl and egg holders.
Expect to pay between £25 and £50.
- Breville 2-Slive Toaster
It may be designed with Warburtons bread in mind, but it perfectly capable of producing perfect toast using other brands. Features include look-and-lift so you can check on your toast without stopping the programme, and high-lift, so you don’t have to dig out the toast with an inappropriate utensil. It can also toast crumpets and bagels and can be used to defrost bread for a simple sandwich.
Expect to pay between £23 and £35.
- Philips HD9220/20 Oil-Free Airfryer
It’s not cheap, but can you really put a price on your health, especially if you are plagued by cravings for all the bad stuff, like chips and deep fried fish. It uses up to 80% less fat than a conventional fryer, thanks to its Rapid Air Technology that circulates hot air to cook and crisp up food. It comes with temperature control and an integrated timer with auto-off.
Expect to pay between £84 (super great deal) and £200.
Take your pick of the above kitchen appliances and enjoy a chic, elegant and efficient cooking, coffee-making and baking.