Before you go out and get yourself a discount appliance, it may make sense to consider greener appliance options that will be more expensive upfront, but ultimately save you more money on your energy or water bill over time.
Swedish home furnishing and appliance mogul IKEA recently paired up with Whirlpool to create a line of low-cost appliances that fit snugly into any contemporary kitchen and offer that same IKEA-only five-year warranty.
A little-known but well-loved appliance manufacturer, the London-based home-carbonation product manufacturer SodaSteam has been helping consumers class-up their beverages since 1903.
The holidays have passed, which can mean only one thing: It’s time to check out all the new gadgets on display at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2016, hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Center. CES inventions tend to range from ingenious to absurd, and this year is no exception; martini-mixing robots and hair-growth helmets have already been spotted amid a myriad of drones, smartwatches and autonomous cars. Neither surreal nor absurd, Samsung’s Family Hub Refrigerator likely attracts little attention among the barrage of new products whizzing and whirring around the Las Vegas Convention Center today. However, this newest take on the established appliance is actually extremely innovative and, what’s more, legitimately practical.