The Nutri Ninja blender has taken out the title of Canstar Blue’s Most Satisfied Customers Award for 2015, beating key category players, Philips, Sunbeam and Breville, although Kenwood was ranked in second position. The Ninja received a five-star rating for performance, consistency, ease of use, ease of cleaning, warranty, as well as overall customer satisfaction.
Following a backlash from retailers coping directly with the inadequate ‘tape and plastic bag’ fix, Samsung now says that it has resolved nearly 60% of the recalled 144,451 washing machines. This equals 85,971 machine issues resolved through a rework, exchange or refund since the recall was initiated in April 2013. In the last month, more than 11,000 cases have been resolved.
As a leading US appliance retailer, hhgregg started out with an 800 square-feet appliance showroom and office in 1955. Today it has evolved to a multi-regional retailer with 229 brick-and-mortar stores in 20 states and is taking a different merchandising tack in the Orlando and Tampa markets.
More and more Australian businesses are registering for certification schemes to demonstrate quality, safety and ethical values. According to Australian Made Campaign Chief Executive, Ian Harrison, the average number of businesses registering to use the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo each month has almost doubled over the past year.