Electric toothbrushes come in at so many price points, it’s hard to keep up, but if you’re looking for one that caters to use at both home and on the road, it might be time to see what Philips has in store.
James Dyson may have helped pioneer the vacuum, but his company has steered clear of robotic vacuums, until now, that is, as it shows off one that it believes will clean your home properly.
The GadgetGuy’s team of reviewers don’t need a reason to get in the kitchen, but if you know a guy afraid of standing in front of the stove, here’s a good reason to get him cooking: it gets the girls.
One of the most used appliances in the Australian home has to be the kettle, thanks to our obsession with tea, but has this trusted appliance really changed over the past few years, and when should you be worried about replacing it?
As we all look for better ways to cook our food — and by better, we mean “better for you” — it’s important to acknowledge steam cooking, which is what Panasonic is doing with a model on its way to stores.
Toasties are about as Australian as it gets, and Sunbeam’s Big Fill aims to let you pack more into not just a single Toasties, but four, cutting off eight triangles at once and cooking them in a matter of minutes. Hungry yet?
The idea of the door-in-door concept for fridges is a fun one not just because it shows what we’ve made for the evening, but also offers an easy way to take bottles and drinks out, but what if you don’t want one big showcase door, but rather a smaller one with more space for your food?
SodaStream has been around long enough that it has products at several price points, but its inexpensive gear does look a bit dated, especially by today’s standards. That’s about to change, though, as SodaStream teams up with the designer of its Source for a new model: the $99 Play.
It’s not just about slapping a name of a celebrity on the product and hoping for the best,with Breville actually working with Heston Blumenthal to build better kitchen appliances that work with the science of food to deliver better cooking across the board, and we’re seeing the first examples of that now in the form of a new grill and blender.
Breville isn’t the only Australian appliance brand with some clout, as sister brand Kambrook shows what it’s working on in time to celebrate 50 years in the industry.