7 Top-Rated Kitchen Appliances to Shop This Amazon Prime Day

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If you’ve ever bought a bargain home appliance only to have it break a few months later, you’d know the importance of doing your research before you buy. Fortunately, these days, not only can you find formal reviews of products on sites like this one (often written by yours truly), but you can also read detailed customer weigh-ins alongside items on nearly every e-comm site — Amazon included.

On Amazon, verified purchasers of the product can rate the item up to five stars, as well as add actual photos of it and write a few lines on their experience with it. For shoppers, it’s a great resource for honest opinions — particularly when there’s a big sale happening like Amazon Prime Day, which runs Tuesday, July 11 and Wednesday, July 12, and there are a lot of items to wade through.

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We decided to tap that resource this Prime Day to find out which kitchen appliances are actually worth our while. Ahead are seven of them. Oh, and side note: to unlock the deals, you’ll need to sign up to Amazon Prime, which you can do on a 30-day free trial basis (provided you haven’t signed up before). After the free trial, you can keep the subscription, paying month-by-month or for a flat year. You can cancel at any time.

Philips Airfryer Essential, now $97

This all-white airfryer will blend in well with a minimalist kitchen. “This air fryer is very easy to use, clean and small to pack away when using,” wrote one reviewer. “Good value for best quality brand airfryer. Perfect for small family,” penned another.

Philips Airfryer


Breville The Toast & Melt Sandwich Press, now $69

“I had a previous Breville press and it did 30 years hard labour. ” wrote one reviewer, adding that this newer press doesn’t require grease on the plates. All you need to do is place your sandwich, press and enjoy a crispy on the outside and ooey gooey on the inside toastie.

Breville The Toast and Melt Sandwich Press

Morphy Richards Toastie Sandwich Maker, now $58.08

“This is an amazing product,” wrote a review. “It has a small footprint so it fits nicely in the cupboard. No heating up required. Makes the absolutely yummiest toasted sandwiches.”Toasted sandwich maker

Electric Stand Mixer with Dough Hook, Wire Whip & Beater, now $145.90

“Wow! I’m so pleased and very happy with the performance and price of the Ausbuy Stand Mixer,” wrote a reviewer. “Not only does it do the job splendidly, but it’s very pleasing to the eye and sits well on the bench in view in my kitchen.”

Electric Stand Mixer

Panasonic Slimline Combination Microwave Oven, now $580.04

Exxy for a microwave, but, apparently, worth it. “If I had to pick one piece of kitchen equipment that I could take with me to a desert island, it would have to be this microwave,” a reviewer wrote. “Not only does it do all the standard microwave things, but it also has a convection oven and a grill function as well!”

Panasonic microwave

Alessi Plissè Design Electric Kettle, now $155.10

Can a kettle get any more chic? “This product looks amazing and is well worth the price tag,” said one reviewer, adding “my last kettle was more expensive and did not look as good as this.”

Electric Kettle

Sparkling Water Maker and Fruit Infuser, $125.30

“This soda maker is extremely simple but makes an absolutely amazing soda water,” wrote a reviewer. “The best part, it carbonates everything…water, juice, probably even a glass of wine.”

Sparkling water maker

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