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    Default Homemaker and kenmore products?

    Are these kmart producta safe? I want a microwave and had a look at kmart today.. These brands seem so cheap.. Im just funny about buying electrical products that arnt well know like sunbeam etc.
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    i got a toaster from there and it was great for about 6 months then it short circuted or something and flip the saftely switch and wouldn't work after that

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    I bought a kettle and toaster.

    The kettle only lasted a few days before the switch to turn it on and start boiling wouldn't stay down unless we held it down for about 10 seconds before letting go.

    Toaster only lasted about 6 months too. Just stopped working.

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    I got a rice boiler thingo and it sucked...we used it 3 times and it just failed...

    I would stay away from the homemaker range...

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    I've had a couple of Homemaker products. They seem to be disposable. ie they only last a couple of months and then die and you need another one.

    Personally I would never ever bother buying them again.


 

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