Here we explain how we’ll be helping consumers make sustainable choices, and how we’re challenging ourselves to be a more sustainable organisation.
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An email purporting to be from Dyson is promising ‘prizes’ as part of a fake loyalty program. Dyson has confirmed it has nothing to do with the communication.
Last week we announced our commitment to sustainability. As a part of that commitment, we’ve launched a new Eco Buy label – here’s everything you need to know.
Of all the issues to come out of the coronavirus crisis, this is definitely one of the lighter ones! How are you maintaining your hair in lockdown?
A number of people are getting back in touch with their creative sides during the lockdown. I’ve turned my hand to baking bread – what have you been up to?
We’re looking into smart appliances and whether they’re worth the extra money compared with standard domestic products. Do you have an experience to share?
Dyson has applied for a patent for headphones with a built-in air purifier. Is this a beneficial combination of tech or another gimmick no one really needs?
A Best Buy should outlast its battery. Here’s why, thanks to your feedback, we’re changing the way we test products with lithium-ion batteries.
How far are you willing to go to make your life a little greener? As far as reusable loo roll!? Here’s how things went when I gave it a try.
New rules to make household appliances more sustainable have been announced by the EU, but will they end up benefitting consumers?
We helped a member get a refund after she was left out of pocket when Currys PC World failed to install her new hob. Have you had a similar experience?
What happens when products experience a fault? Our guest Ugo, co-founder of the Restart Project, discusses whether we should have the ‘right to repair’.
We want people to be better protected from flammable plastic-backed fridge-freezers. Do you back our call for retailers to take fire-risk appliances off the shelves?
It’s been three years since we first published our concerns with Whirlpool’s tumble dryer safety fault affecting five million of its machines in the UK, yet we still have serious concerns with the company’s handling of the issue.