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  • Getprice Buying Guides
    Getprice buying guides & consumer advice Discover the latest shopping trends, buying advice, reviews and more from the Getprice team. 2019 buying guides   How to buy a baby stroller in Australia Your 2019 guide to buying the right stroller or pram for your needs, plus a quick rundown of five of the most popular models on Getprice. The top large size fridges over 600L in Australia We reveal what you should consider when shopping for a larger size French Door style fridge and uncover five of the top models in Australia for 2019. Five trending Australian vitamin & health supplements Find out what vitamins and supplements Aussies are currently shopping for with our quick look at five trending health products.   Which washing machine? The most popular front and top-loading washers Getprice reveals the most searched-for washing machines in Australia. Find your next front- or top-loader here! Most popular small & medium fridges in Australia in 2019 We uncover five of the most searched-for fridges under 600L on Getprice this year.   Best vacuum cleaners compared: most popular models in Australia Discover the most popular vacuum cleaners on Getprice, and compare prices from Australian retailers.   Best lawn mowers in Australia: The most popular models on Getprice Find the best lawn mowers in Australia with our list of the most searched-for models and brands on Getprice in 2019.   Previous years' buying guides The best premium smartphones of 2017 4K, stretched screens, HDR everywhere and DSLR-bothering cameras – 2017 is set to be one of the best years we’ve ever seen for smartphones, so check out our buying guide to the best premium handsets to find out why! Australian warranties, returns and consumer rights Don’t get stuck with a lemon – know your rights as an Aussie consumer in 2017 with our complete guide. Frugal fitness trackers for 2017 Get yourself an activity tracker that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg with our frugal fitness tracker buying guide. The top home tech for 2017 Smarten your castle with some incredible inventions – upgrade your home’s basic appliances by adding a touch of intelligence to them, Getprice style. So check out our buying guide to the top home tech to find out how! The best TVs of 2017 Buying a new TV is more of a minefield than ever, so we’ve put together this comprehensive guide to every major company’s offerings in 2017 and recommended the best TVs at a variety of price points. Tech toys for big kids If you want to get serious about play-time, you need to check out our recommendations of the best tech toys for grown-up kids to have fun with. Hot travel gadgets to maximise your next holiday Travel is already a lot of fun, but having the right gear makes taking a trip even better. So check out our buying guide for the hottest travel gadgets that can help you maximise your next holiday. The best cheap PC monitor deals When it comes to buying a low-priced PC monitor in Australia, you're absolutely spoiled for choice in today's market. It's understandable, then, if you're a bit stuck when it comes to narrowing down which ones are actually worth putting on your shortlist. We've rounded up the best cheap PC monitors available today, so take a look at our buying guide to help you make the best choice. Category-based guides Below, we've collated a selection of our older buying guides that may come in handy if you're shopping for something in particular. Getprice Buyer's Guides: How to choose the right computing gear for your needs Everything you need to know to make the best choice when purchasing computers or computing components. Getprice Buyer's Guides: Electronics The Getprice team helps you figure out the best way to choose the ultimate electronic gadget – be it your next smartphone, camera or TV. Getprice Buyer's Guide: Home & Garden The most comprehensive how-tos to read when upgrading your kitchen or when shopping for a brand-new mattress. Getprice buyer's guide: Kids & toys Everything you need to know about buying the best and safest goodies for your little ones. Getprice buyer's guide: Health & beauty The ultimate guide to help you stay on top of your health and beauty regime for the most flawless skin and the glossiest set of locks. Getprice buyer's guide: Clothing & fashion Find out how to you can look your best with picking the most flattering dress, the coolest accessories or that perfectly tailored suit. Getprice buyer's guide: Books & DVDs We give you a rundown on what to read and watch to take your entertainment to the next level.  
  • Australian baby stroller buying guide
    How to buy a baby stroller in Australia Your 2019 guide to buying the right stroller or pram for your needs, plus a quick rundown of five of the most popular models on Getprice. Choose a baby stroller well and it can serve through generations of babies. A good stroller is a delight to use – a bad one can ruin many days. First and foremost, it must be comfortable for the baby. You don’t need to buy a premium stroller to make baby’s travels blissful, many good value models have quality materials lining the seat, as well as adjustable seating positions. Many allow fully reclined positions, or even reversing of the the seat so baby is facing you. It must also be comfortable for you to use, and that means good handgrips with folding and locking controls within easy reach – preferably with one-handed operation. Big wheels are important if you regularly travel across uneven surfaces, or grass, and suspension is a real help here – and you can save a few dollars by choosing a model with front-only suspension yet still provide baby with a dreamy ride. Pivoting front wheels offer better manoeuvrability, and the better models have ball-bearing joints for smooth action. Your first decision, though, will be whether to go for a three- or four-wheel stroller. Generally speaking, a three-wheeler will be slightly easier to push around thanks to the lighter overall weight, reduced rolling resistance and easier pivoting and a more compact size. A four wheel stroller offers greater stability – though this doesn’t necessarily mean three-wheeled strollers are more prone to tipping – any well designed three-wheeler should be perfectly stable. If folding into a small size is a priority then a three wheel stroller is going to offer better versatility in that department. Some even conform to airline carry on size restrictions. The size of the umbrella is also very important. While a larger umbrella takes up a little more space, the added sun, wind and rain protection is often worth the compromise. Storage capacity is critical, as too is how the storage is integrated. The better strollers have a generous sling under the seat for easy access items, and some offer storage suspended from the handles. If you think you’ll be regularly needing maximum storage space then definitely look for one that comes with an included rear bag. It’s important for safety that you don’t unbalance the stroller with your own heavy bag, which is why a stroller that includes a bag that has been designed to carry loads without affecting stability is so important. For the absolute final word on safety, make sure the stroller you are considering meets the Australian AS/NZS 2088 standard. Not sure about what models you should be considering? Here are five of the most popular on Getprice for 2019. Britax Steelcraft Agile 4 RRP: $299 | More info: Official Britax product page This is one of Australia’s most popular strollers – and with good reason. The Steelcraft Agile 4 is a sturdy four-wheeler with swivelling front wheels with built-in suspension, so it’s a breeze to control, is a comfortable ride for baby and offers good stability. The thoughtful design extends to the simple one hand folding device that locks the frame automatically and also serves as a comfortable carry handle. One-hand control for recline is another nice convenience feature. Weighing in at just 7.5kg it’s easily portable yet offers big-pram features like a roomy basket and a nice big canopy to keep the sun and elements away from baby. Compare more Britax Steelcraft Agile 4 prices by clicking here Babyzen Yoyo+ Rolling Bag RRP: $169 | Official Babyzen product page While it can be tempting to hang your shopping or carrybag off the stroller as you go, this isn’t necessarily safe as it can unbalance the stroller, leading to tipping. Babyzen has the answer, with its clever Yoyo+. The pram is a nice lightweight four wheel design with a roomy basket slung underneath for storage. But the real magic is the Yoyo+ bag that attaches to the rear of the pram. It’s carefully designed to ensure an even weight balance so there’s no chance of tipping. What’s more, the bag can hold up to 10kg, making it a lifesaver for extended days on the go when you need to pack everything. And all for well under $200! This is amazing value for a brilliantly clever stroller. Find the lowest Babyzen Yoyo+ Rolling Bag prices in Australia Maclaren M-02 Stroller RRP: $229.99 | More info: Official Maclaren website An excellent all-rounder, the Maclaren M02 is loved for its high quality construction and durable materials. Australians looking for a good value stroller that’s also a delight to use have taken a shine to the Maclaren, with its aluminium frame and resultant light weight being especially appreciated. This stroller has fairly large wheels, so can handle rough surfaces or a stroll on the grass at the local park with ease. Get the lowest price for the Maclaren M-02 Stroller Bugaboo Bee 5 RRP: $875 | More info: Official Bugaboo product page At the premium end of the market sits this beauty, and when you stack up the abundance of outstanding features its value becomes apparent. Still priced at least half of the cost of a top of the line model, the Bugaboo Bee 5 offers everything for urban parents. The slick design looks fantastic – but the real focus here is on comfort, usability and reliability. Baby’s comfort is assured thanks to the soft quilted Microfleece lining, as well as the outstanding suspension design. A particularly nice feature is the reversible seat – in moments you can switch baby from a world-facing view to looking back at you – so you can always monitor the little one. Active urban parents can rely on the Bugaboo Bee 5 for all-day adventuring, and many years of use thanks to top quality build and materials. Compare prices and pay less for the Bugaboo Bee 5 Mountain Buggy Nano V2 RRP: $399 | More info: Official Mountain Buggy product page Here’s an exceptional choice if portability and ease of use is paramount. A champion featherweight at a mere 5.7kg, the Mountain Buggy Nano V2 also folds into a remarkably compact form, making it ideal for trips when you’re frequently loading and unloading the car – and on those kinds of days you’ll appreciate the built-in car seat adaptor. The super compact size when folded has also been specifically designed to meet airline restrictions for carry-on items, topping off a very appealing set of features for travellers or parents on the go. It even has a full first-class lie flat seat, as well as a two-position recline. Don't pay RRP – find the lowest Mountain Buggy Nano V2 price in Australia Discover more Australian strollers and prams at our Strollers category homepage
  • Best vacuum cleaners in Australia
    Best vacuum cleaners compared: most popular models in Australia Discover the most popular vacuum cleaners on Getprice, and compare prices from Australian retailers. Chores suck, don’t they? Well, vacuum cleaners suck too, and some suck harder than others. And the more suction power they have, the better the clean. We all know that, but trying to decide on which vacuum cleaner to buy will depend on your needs – does your home have hard floors or wall-to-wall carpets? How large is the space, and does it have stairs? Do you have a pet? And most importantly, what’s your budget? Answers to all these questions will determine whether you ought to consider buying a corded barrel vacuum cleaner, or whether an upright cordless option will suffice. The answers will also help you decide if an autonomous robot vacuum will do the job (with you just having to lift a finger to get the droid started on the chore). Vacuum cleaners have come a long way since the days of heavy, bagged and corded behemoths that were as much as chore lugging around as was the cleaning itself. Now, however, there are plenty of slick options to choose from which are powerful enough to work on carpet floors in homes that have pets. While some of them have premium price tags, they can be a long-term investment and you see the dividends from the first use itself. They’re efficient, powerful and get the job done well. To help you choose, we’ve listed the best vacuum cleaners you can buy right now in Australia, either in store or online, and you can compare prices on Getprice for all of them to find the cheapest offer on your selected model.   Dyson V11 Absolute RRP: $1,199  | More info: Official Dyson product page Dyson’s latest V-series cordless handstick vacuum cleaner is the most powerful the company has produced to date. The V11 Absolute has 20% more suction power than the previous V10 model, and sports an LCD display that shows you the cleaner’s runtime and how much battery is left in real time. The bin is 40% larger than the predecessor’s and features three battery modes so you can optimise your cleaning depending on your needs. It is by far the best cord-free vacuum cleaner money can buy in 2019. Compare all Dyson V11 Absolute prices on Getprice Miele Blizzard CX1 Excellence RRP: $649 | More info: Official Miele product page If your home is large, then a vacuum cleaner that runs on batteries won’t suffice. You’ll need to get yourself a corded option so you don’t run out of juice before the cleaning is done. And one of the best corded bagless options is the Miele Blizzard CX1 Excellence. Despite just 1,100 watts of power, the CX1 uses to Vortex Technology to improve suction power – it pulls up dirt and hair off carpets remarkably well while moving smoothly across the floor thanks to its 360-degree castor wheels. The bin is easy to empty and all the necessary accessories are neatly tucked away into the body of the cleaner, so they’re on hand when you need them. Compare all Miele Blizzard CX1 Excellence prices on Getprice Bissell 2225F CrossWave Pet RRP: $469 | More info: Official Bissell product page If you’ve got pets at home and happen to be on a budget, you should consider the Bissell 2225F CrossWave upright vacuum cleaner. It will not only suck up dirt from different surfaces, it will also wash pet messes on hard floors. It features a two-tank system for clean and dirty water, and its Multi-Surface Pet Brush Roll is tangle-free for hair up to 20cm long, making it easy to clean. The controls are located on the handle itself, allowing you to change the type of clean you want if you’re moving from a hard floor to a rug. And more importantly, the price tag won’t suck you dry. Compare all Bissell 2225F CrossWave Pet prices on Getprice Shark NV800 RRP: $599.99 | More info: Official Shark product page This isn’t a cordless unit, but the NV800 can been used upright like a regular vacuum cleaner, or a smaller unit lifted away to use handheld for cleaning upholstery and drapes. It comes with integrated hose and extension wand, offering an impressive amount of reach which is useful if you want to get your ceiling fans clean. While it might be an expensive option, it does very well on any type of floor, be it wood, tiles or carpet. Compare all Shark NV800 prices on Getprice iRobot Roomba 980 RRP: $1,499 | More info: Official iRobot product page This little droid is the best robot vacuum cleaner money can buy. It is expensive, but it saves you the trouble of having to do anything, even start it. You can set up a schedule on the associated app and forget all about it – the Roomba 980 will do its thing. All you’ll need to remember to do is empty the bin. It can also be voice-activated as part of your smart home setup and works with both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. While it does alright on low-pile carpets, a robot vacuum always works best on hard floors and in homes that don’t have stairs. Robot vacuums also aren’t able to climb over high thresholds, so if your entire home is on a single level, this autonomous vacuum cleaner needs no help from you at all. Compare all iRobot Roomba 980 prices on Getprice Click here to compare more vacuum cleaners on Getprice

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