In past years, eco-friendly gadgetry has become affordable and attractive, making the ‘green choice’ a no-brainer when you’re replacing the kettle.
Talking of which, the Tefal Express Boil is the height of eco fun. Choose your cup size and the machine will remember it, giving you the exact amount of water you require at a touch of a button - saving time, water and electricity
Also fresh to the market is new vacuum cleaner Gtech AirRAM. Using just 100W of energy, it outperforms market leaders that use up to 2000W, which means that over 5 years you could save up to £252 in energy costs.
Want to upgrade your landline phone? Well the digital, cordless ECO Maya telephone is made out of 100% recycled certified plastic and utterly affordable - so you can save money, while using up to 60% less energy than with a more traditional handset.
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Despite saving up to 75% of the water normally used, the Mira Eco handset still delivers the same performance by aerating the water droplets.
This machine will automatically adapt energy resources to the size of the load and level of soiling, saving up to 50% on energy, water and time.
Charged by a USB, the versatile Cuby is an innovative, eco-friendly answer to lighting dark spaces in the home.
This 'shutdown' mechanism recognises when you have left an appliance in standby (which can consumer up to 70% of power) and automatically switches off the mains power.