As of 2015, reviews of kitchen appliances are available on Reviewed.com, CNET, Consumer Reports and Good Housekeeping. Each company reviews large kitchen appliances such as refrigerators, ovens and dishwashers. Reviewed.com does not review the small kitchen appliances that the other three review, such as blenders, food processors and coffee makers.
Consumer Reports offers subscription fees that vary in price by length of subscription. A yearly subscription to the website costs $30 a year. To subscribe on a monthly basis, the cost is $6.95. Subscribers to the print magazine can subscribe to the website for $20 a year. A free mobile app is available with subscription.
Good Housekeeping provides access to considerable information about appliances for free. For example, with regard to refrigerators, the website reviews their ability to maintain fresh food and chilly temperatures, breaking the reviews down by the type of refrigerator (French door, stainless steel, side-by-side and so on). For many consumers, this information is adequate, so it's worth looking at this type of website before paying for a Consumer Reports subscription.