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Welcome to homeappliancebuyer.com, a site where you can find out what the best home appliances are and read up to date, unbiased reviews.

We’re living in an age where it’s easy to buy a £5 kettle from the supermarket, a £15 espresso machine and a £20 vacuum cleaner and it’s clear why these types of appliances are attractive; we all want to save money. But the problem with these cheap, generic appliances is this; are they really saving us money? And are they really saving us time?

Why quality home appliances matter

Buying poor quality home appliances is a mistake that we all make, but we should all strive to not make them more than once. Sure that super cheap vacuum cleaner looks like a bargain but once you get it home, you may well discover than it doesn’t actually suck up anything more than a few loose crumbs.

Modern home appliances are supposed to save us time more than anything else and so buying a poor quality appliance is shooting yourself in the foot. Not only will it work poorly and take much longer to achieve the job that a better quality appliance could do in a fraction of the time, but poor quality means less durable too – resulting in you having to replace it within 6 months….costing more money.


Here’s the thing we all have to acknowledge;

‘Owning a poor quality version of something great is no better than not owning it at all’ – Anon


Investment not Impulsion

So you want a high quality vacuum that will suck up all manner of dirt and debris but you can’t wait until two months time when you’ll have saved up for it, so you settle for buying the cheapest available.

After running it over the same carpet area twenty times, you eventually have to give up and hope your guests won’t notice the trampled in hair that’s accumulated there. You tuck the £20 vacuum in the back of the airing cupboard and write a poor Amazon review.

So what have you lost? You’ve lost time, happiness and the £20 that could’ve gone on an amazingly effective £80 vacuum. Great home appliances are investments, not impulse purchases.

When you start seeing your home and the things you put in it as investments, not mere essentials, then you’ll not only make wiser purchasing choices and save yourself time and money, but you’ll enjoy using those things too. A Dyson vacuum or a Dualit toaster are genuinely pleasurable to use and it’s immensely satisfying to see their efficient technology working to produce immaculate results.

But we all know the big brands – on HomeApplianceBuyer.com we’ll show you the big brands and the small brands who produce fantastic products but often get overlooked.

‘Quality is not an act, it’s a habit’ – Aristotle


Longevity and Durability

Investing in high quality home appliances means that you shouldn’t need to replace them for years and years, maybe never. Technology is changing though and it’s understandable why we might want to ditch the vacuum we bought 3 years ago and replace it with the newest on the market. Finding your perfect balance between investment and practicality is key.


How to decide the right product for you


  • Fit for purpose – this sounds pretty obvious. I mean, what company would release a product that wasn’t fit for purpose? But you’d be surprised. In the case of vacuum cleaners, some are so weak they won’t pick up even clumps of loose pet hair, let alone trampled hair. Make sure that the product you want will actually do the things you need it to.


  • Budget – While you should always think of a home appliance as an investment, there’s no point in spending more than you can afford and risk regretting it later. Sure the Dyson DC58 might be the sexiest appliance on the market, but if you don’t want to spend that much than why not take a look at the outdated DC34, still great and now discounted! Or what about the Black and Decker range? They focus less on innovative design and more on consumer friendly prices but they’ve found their groove and meet the two in the middle. Money’s important, work out your budget and stick to it.


  • Practicality – Yep that product looks kick-ass in the advert, but is it practical for you? A huge kitchen appliance that takes up too much room on your counter doesn’t make much sense if you have to stick it in a cupboard after each use. A handheld vacuum that only lasts 7 minutes isn’t useful if you have a large Land Rover or a multiple staircases in your house. A two-slice toaster is going to disappoint if you have four hungry children and an eight-slice toaster is going to be a waste if you live alone. Think about what purpose the product will serve and if it’s right for your individual circumstances.


  • Time needed – Five years ago robotic vacuum cleaners were hurtling down stairs, denting table legs and running over small pets – now they’re exceptionally adept at navigating the space around them without hitting anything and turning around before they reach that fateful stairway. Some technology is going to be better in another five years’ time. So this is another thing to think about.


Chances are, kettles and toasters won’t improve, so you can invest in the really nice one now and know that you won’t replace it for a decade or more. But how about vacuum cleaners? Technology changes pretty fast there. Maybe you’ll want to upgrade in five years, in which case you’ll want to get the best one you can for an acceptable five-year price. Take the Dyson DC34 – at just £169, its price over five years is a mere £33 a year! Always check the warranties too, because high quality products are built to last, and you don’t want to miss out just because you got the faulty one.


How to use this website

HomeApplianceBuyer.com is designed to bring the latest and greatest appliance to you in a way that makes it easy to compare them. Why? Because bad quality stuff sucks and we want to show the world that it’s simply better when you support companies who invest in quality, craftsmanship and innovation. This doesn’t mean spending a lot, but it does mean that you’ll end up with home appliances that you enjoy using and that you’ll use for years to come.

So take a look around and check back often, because this site will grow and grow, bringing you the best reviews and comparisons on the web. Not sure where to start? How about starting by reading our review of the iRobot Braava Floor Mopping machine – why? Because it’s really cute.