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The use of mobile phones, tablets, and other gadgets has been steadily increasing over the last 10 years.


For example, in 2015, the Guardian reported that every British household owned more than 7 gadgets. Now, the figure is certainly higher.


With all these electronic devices around, it’s easy to lose track. Gadgets are frequently misplaced while travelling, or left in hotels and on buses.


You might wonder what would happen if you lost your gadgets, or if your kids left them on a plane. Have you ever counted the cost of repurchasing all of your valuable gadgets? It doesn’t bear thinking about. [More]
Washing machine repairs are notoriously expensive, but the good news is that washing machines are generally built to last.


A washing machine that washes one load per day should last around 14 years, on average. But there are obviously going to be wide variances between brands as well price bands. [More]

A Guide to Buying a Smart Watch

Wearable technology has come on in leaps and bounds in the last few years, and the smart watch is now an essential accessory the drives fitness, boosts organisation, and helps us all to stay in touch.


Apart from the basics, like the size and colour of your chosen smart watch, what else do you need to consider before buying one? [More]

What is Classed as a Home Emergency?

When something goes wrong in your home, we all naturally treat it as a high priority and seek a solution as quickly as possible. But for insurance purposes, when does a problem become a crisis? Which is as much as to say - when can we make a claim under home emergency cover? [More]
Washing machine repairs are the most dreaded expense that any household can encounter. Of all of your white goods, the washing machine is also the most important. Most of us could manage without a hob for a few days, but when school uniforms and work clothes need to be washed, a trip to the launderette is an inconvenience we can all do without. [More]

Five Essential Gadgets to Take On Holiday

It’s bare comprehendible anymore. How did people get through day-to-day life without smartphones? How could you shop with confidence if you couldn’t read an Amazon review as you wandered around a shop? What did people do on buses and trains without games or YouTube? How did anyone ever socialise without Facebook? [More]

Are You Prepared For A Home Emergency?

Autumn is the season of change, and as far as the weather is concerned, certainly not for the better. As the nights draw in and temperatures fall, we can prepare ourselves for several months of inclement weather ahead - more rain, higher winds, sharp frosts and potentially heavy snowfall. [More]