Posted 3rd October

Magnet Kitchens awarded Which? Best Buy Award

3rd October 2019 - 10:30am
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Kitchen specialists Magnet have received a Which? Best Buy endorsement in the Which? August 2019 report.

The kitchen company, which has over 200 showrooms worldwide, received the endorsement for their Factory Assembled units and their Simply Ready to Assemble units, following a thorough testing process in which the products were surveyed in a lab.

In order to receive the coveted Best Buy endorsement, kitchens need an overall score of more than 70%. The Factory Assembled units ranked first overall and were awarded “top marks in almost all areas”, whilst the Simply Ready to Assemble units came second.

Hayley Simmons, Head of Merchandising at Magnet, said: “Kitchens need to stand the test of time and quality is really important when it comes to choosing a kitchen therefore, we are so pleased to have received the Which? Best Buy endorsement across both our cabinets further strengthening our credentials.

"At Magnet we have an ongoing commitment to quality, it’s part of our heritage, and we’d like to thank Which? for the endorsement.”


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