Russell Hobbs

14 Dec 18
The Sun
IF YOU’RE in the market for a new microwave, we’re here to help you find the cheapest and best models. Buying new cooking gear can be a hassle, not to mention expensive. We’re here to help you buy a microwave for less But not to worry: we’ve scoured the web to help you find the highest-rated models at the best price. Using a mix of expert opinion and customer reviews, we’ve found the top rated models from brands such as ASHFIJB Although remember to shop around before you splash the cash on a new appliance. Prices can change quickly when you’re shopping online, so a bit of bargain hunting could save you a bundle. Live offers AO – 20 per cent off large appliances – buy here Argos – 30 per cent off Panasonic microwave – buy here Ebay – Save 20 per cent on selected microwaves – buy here Tons of retailers have decent offers on microwaves Who has the best offers on microwaves? It’s worth checking out a few of the retailers on the list below. Comparing prices at several of them will help you to find the best deal. Some, if not all the retailers below will be running Boxing Day and January sales, so it could be worth waiting until then to find a bargain. Argos AO Appliances Direct Coop Electrical  Currys PC World Debenhams Ebay John Lewis Robert Dyas Samsung Cheapest standard microwave There are plenty of cheap and cheerful microwaves to be found Here’s the cheapest standard microwaves we could spot around the web right now. They’re all freestanding models with a basic microwave function. Simple Value 700W – £41.99 from Argos – buy now Beko 700W – £44.97 from AO – buy now Breville compact – £49.99 from Robert Dyas – buy now Cheapest combination microwave Combination microwaves can be used to roast and grill as well Combination microwaves have the basic microwave function but can also circulate hot air like a fan oven, as well as coming with an integrated grill. That means you can use them for roasting, crisping and browning. Swan Retro Digital – £79 from AO – buy here electriQ 900W Digital – £79.97 from Appliances Direct – buy now Hotpoint freestanding combo – £99 from John Lewis – buy now Cheapest flatbed microwaves Flatbed microwaves can often fit larger items Flatbed microwaves do away with the rotation of a standard microwave which makes them useful for heating awkward-shaped foods. Plus, there’s fewer places for dirt and grime to accumulate as food rests on a flat surface. Flatbed Digital Microwave – £59 from George Asda – buy now Russell Hobbs 700W – £73.97 from Appliances Direct – buy now [article-rail-section title=”More from money” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] New year, new you? December 26th is the best time to update your look – get a heads up on upcoming fashion and footwear sales here, and shop the best Boxing Day 2018 beauty deals here. Or, new decor…hit refresh come January when furniture and homewares are often half price – these are the best sales to bookmark. This article and any featured products have been independently chosen by The Sun journalists. All recommendations within the article are informed by expert editorial opinion. If you click a link and buy a product we may earn revenue: this helps to support The Sun, and in no way affects our recommendations.  
14 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
IF YOU’RE in the market for a new microwave, we’re here to help you find the cheapest and best models. Buying new cooking gear can be a hassle, not to mention expensive. We’re here to help you buy a microwave for less But not to worry: we’ve scoured the web to help you find the highest-rated models at the best price. Using a mix of expert opinion and customer reviews, we’ve found the top rated models from brands such as ASHFIJB Although remember to shop around before you splash the cash on a new appliance. Prices can change quickly when you’re shopping online, so a bit of bargain hunting could save you a bundle. Live offers AO – 20 per cent off large appliances – buy here Argos – 30 per cent off Panasonic microwave – buy here Ebay – Save 20 per cent on selected microwaves – buy here Tons of retailers have decent offers on microwaves Who has the best offers on microwaves? It’s worth checking out a few of the retailers on the list below. Comparing prices at several of them will help you to find the best deal. Some, if not all the retailers below will be running Boxing Day and January sales, so it could be worth waiting until then to find a bargain. Argos AO Appliances Direct Coop Electrical  Currys PC World Debenhams Ebay John Lewis Robert Dyas Samsung Cheapest standard microwave There are plenty of cheap and cheerful microwaves to be found Here’s the cheapest standard microwaves we could spot around the web right now. They’re all freestanding models with a basic microwave function. Simple Value 700W – £41.99 from Argos – buy now Beko 700W – £44.97 from AO – buy now Breville compact – £49.99 from Robert Dyas – buy now Cheapest combination microwave Combination microwaves can be used to roast and grill as well Combination microwaves have the basic microwave function but can also circulate hot air like a fan oven, as well as coming with an integrated grill. That means you can use them for roasting, crisping and browning. Swan Retro Digital – £79 from AO – buy here electriQ 900W Digital – £79.97 from Appliances Direct – buy now Hotpoint freestanding combo – £99 from John Lewis – buy now Cheapest flatbed microwaves Flatbed microwaves can often fit larger items Flatbed microwaves do away with the rotation of a standard microwave which makes them useful for heating awkward-shaped foods. Plus, there’s fewer places for dirt and grime to accumulate as food rests on a flat surface. Flatbed Digital Microwave – £59 from George Asda – buy now Russell Hobbs 700W – £73.97 from Appliances Direct – buy now [article-rail-section title=”More from money” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] New year, new you? December 26th is the best time to update your look – get a heads up on upcoming fashion and footwear sales here, and shop the best Boxing Day 2018 beauty deals here. Or, new decor…hit refresh come January when furniture and homewares are often half price – these are the best sales to bookmark. This article and any featured products have been independently chosen by The Sun journalists. All recommendations within the article are informed by expert editorial opinion. If you click a link and buy a product we may earn revenue: this helps to support The Sun, and in no way affects our recommendations.  
12 Dec 18
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12 Dec 18
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11 Dec 18
Catch the Hot Deals

Amazon has 12 Days of Deals. Today is Day 10 : Kitchen Deals. Free Shipping. No Minimum purchase. Get ready for Holidays! Prepare for all the gifts you need to wrap, a cocktail dress for holiday party or upgrading kitchen appliances for hosting! Gift Ideas for Tea Lovers Russell Hobbs Retro Style 1.7L Electric Kettle, Red […]

11 Dec 18
Nashville Family of Brothers

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10 Dec 18
CMFE News

Small appliances are semi-portable or portable machines, basically used on platforms such as counter-tops and table tops in order to accomplish a certain household task. Examples of small appliances include coffee makers, humidifiers, toasters, and microwave ovens, among many others. They were made in contrast with chief appliances such as washing machine and refrigerator, which […]

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09 Dec 18
onbostonstages

BEVERLY – One of the pleasures of being there at when a performer begins to develop what will become of an iconic performance is that you get to see all the little things added along the way that helped make the performance one for the ages. As David Coffee celebrates his 25 years Ebenezer Scrooge in […]

09 Dec 18
Boston Herald
The Merrimack Valley Conference certainly made its presence felt throughout the football season. Start with North Andover, which went undefeated and carted home the Division 2 Super Bowl title. Tewksbury acquitted itself very well, knocking off Danvers and Duxbury to advance to the Div. 3 Super Bowl. Central Catholic did not make it to Gillette, but may have provided the biggest bang of the postseason with its epic upset of top-ranked Everett in the Div. 1 North semifinals. Even Dracut made postseason history as it became the third team in the six-year history of the current playoff format to knock off a top seed as a No. 8 seed when it handled Marblehead, 28-14, in a Div. 4 North opening round. It was a special season for Stoneham (Div. 6) and Scituate (Div. 5), which took hometheir first Super Bowl titles. Catholic Central teams Pope John (Div. 8) and St. Mary’s (Div. 7) had terrific runs to the Super Bowl. The last game of the season provided some drama as upstart Catholic Memorial gave Catholic Conference rival St. John’s Prep all it could handle for three quarters before succumbing, 40-22. The win put Eagles coach Brian St. Pierre in select company as someone who won Super Bowls as a player (1997) and coach. As we’ve done for many years, we’ll put a final bow on the 2018 season as seen through the eyes of the Boston Herald staff. FIVE MEMORABLE GAMES Central Catholic 23, Everett 20 – The Raiders walked into Everett Memorial Stadium and stunned the undefeated Crimson Tide on a late field goal by Nick Mazzie, who happens to be the son of Steve Mazzie, the chief of police in, of all places, Everett. Catholic Memorial 25, Xaverian 14 – Zach Mitchell ran for 167 yards and a score as the Knights ended the Hawks’ run of Div. 1 South sectional titles at five. North Andover 6, King Philip 0 – The Scarlet Knights beat the Warriors at their own game, winning a defensive struggle to deprive King Philip of a three-peat in the Div. 2 Super Bowl. Stoneham 26, Old Rochester 20 – The Spartans cashed in on a late turnover and Christos Argyropoulos ripped off a game-winning 42-yard touchdown run to give his team its first-ever Super Bowl title. Lincoln-Sudbury 41, Wayland 9 – The Warriors’ Tom Lopez became just the fifth football coach in state history to amass 300 wins. STARS OF THE WEEK WEEK 1: Jake Doherty ran for a school-record 425 yards and four touchdowns, while adding a 95-yard kickoff return for a fifth score as Burlington defeated Bedford, 43-33. WEEK 2: Payton Doyle completed 16-of-24 passes for 288 yards and two touchdowns, while rushing for 137 yards and four scores as Dennis-Yarmouth beat Auburn, 40-14. WEEK 3: Vinnie Holmes was a defensive dynamo, recording 21 tackles as Mansfield took care of Franklin, 24-6. WEEK 4: Finn Murray threw for 256 yards and four touchdowns, including a game-winner to Vic Otero (12 catches for 159 yards) on the final play to give Acton-Boxboro a 37-35 win over Lincoln-Sudbury. WEEK 5: Jake Murphy ran for 312 yards and four touchdowns as Falmouth ran past Dennis-Yarmouth, 46-22. WEEK 6: Hard to ignore Jake Doherty again as he ran for 346 yards and four touchdowns as Burlington rolled to a 42-7 win over Wilmington. WEEK 7: Billy Seidl threw for five scores and ran for a sixth as St. Sebastian’s defeated Lawrence Academy, 42-13. WEEK 8: Marje Mulumba ran for a school-record 315 yards and five touchdowns as Beverly defeated Winchester, 49-21. WEEK 9: Matt Crowley completed 21-of-32 passes for 289 yards and five touchdowns as St. John’s Prep defeated Acton-Boxboro, 55-28. WEEK 10: Christos Argyropoulos ran for 198 yards and five touchdowns as Stoneham rolled over Hamilton-Wenham, 49-14. WEEK 11: Will Sheskey rushed for 210 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries as Scituate advanced to the Div. 5 Super Bowl with a 45-14 win over Swampscott. WEEK 12: Wellington Pereira ran for 325 yards and five touchdowns on 17 carries as Wayland handled Weston, 48-8. WEEK 13: Wes Rockett caught nine passes for 188 yards and three touchdowns as St. John’s Prep defeated Catholic Memorial, 40-22, to win the Div. 1 Super Bowl. PLAYERS TO KEEP AN EYE ON NEXT YEAR Josh Atwood (Natick), Cole Baker (King Philip), Jack Beverly (Framingham), Mason Bolivar (Wayland), David Cifuentes (Bishop Fenwick), Kyle Connolly (Falmouth); Matt Crowley (St. John’s Prep), Gregory Desrosiers (Belmont Hill), Hollis Dirstine (Acton-Boxboro), Caleb Fauria (Bishop Feehan), Kyle Fitzgerald (Canton), Freddie Gabin (North Andover); Mitchell Gonser (Milton Academy), Ryan Halliday (King Philip), Takari Hobbs (Boston English/New Mission), Vinnie Holmes (Mansfield), Graham Inzana (Swampscott), Geoffrey Jamiel (Dennis-Yarmouth), Will Klein (Abington), Cam Large (Noble & Greenough), Kevin Lemieux (Governor’s Academy), Luke MacPhail (Dexter), Sammy Malignaggi (BB&N), Brady Martin (Lawrence Academy), Tyler Martin (BB&N), Owen McGowan (Catholic Memorial), Kalel Mullings (Milton Academy), Tony Muse (Lawrence Academy), Cole Pascucci (Concord-Carlisle), Casey Phinney (Noble & Greenough), Will Prouty (Duxbury), Nick Pucillo (Acton-Boxboro), Kevin Pyne (Milford), Seth Russell (Stoneham), Jack Schneider (Thayer Academy), Will Sheskey (Scituate), John Smith-Howell (Pope John), Ethan Thomason (Norton), Ozzy Trapilo (BC High), Dante Vasquez (Rockland), Jake Willcox (Milton Academy), Zak Zinter (BB&N). ANNUAL GRIPES *Given the fact that an 0-7 team made the playoffs, the time is now to throw a wrinkle or two into the system to avoid it happening again. There are plenty of different options that we have discussed in print that could easily alleviate this. *Nothing against the past two Division 3 state champions (St. John’s and Springfield Central), but the fact that these bonafide Div. 1 schools are playing two divisions lower than where they truly belong is silly. *Seeing how well the games at Foxboro work with three timeouts and a 10-15 minute half, maybe it’s time to incorporate that into everyday contests. *More and more schools have voiced concerns about the postgame ceremony at Gillette Stadium and the way things are handled. The stadium is big enough, there is no need to jam both teams into a small foyer on the first floor. One of these years, something is going to happen and Gillette will be history.
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08 Dec 18

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08 Dec 18
Celeb Gossip News

WHEN IT comes to being a skhothane, Tebogo is the king. He flashes his expensive clothes, designer shoes and bling lifestyle for all to see. But he’s in prison. He shouldn’t own more than an orange suit and shoes! Tebogo Makena (25), who apparently lived in Mamelodi, Tshwane, before he found a home at the […]