A common question relating to soup makers is where best to buy them. If you’ve spent a little time looking around our site, you’ll notice we tend to link to Amazon. There’s a few reasons for this – but the main two are that their pricing tends to be very aggressive, so while you may not get the absolute cheapest soup maker price available on the web or in store, you’re likely to come very close – saving you a lot of research time. The second reason is the sheer scale of the choice available on Amazon. You’ll typically find almost every available soup maker on their site if you look hard enough – although some may be out of stock.
That second reason relates to why we choose Amazon over Argos (or other stores), as their selection is much smaller. As a review site, we aim to provide you with as much information as possible to help you choose the best soup maker for your needs. Admittedly, most features of most soup makers are similar, but they also have (sometimes subtle) differences too – so we think it’s important to send you somewhere that you can genuinely stand the best chance of finding what you need.
Of course, buying an Argos soup maker is fine if they happen to stock the make and model you want, especially if that’s at a great price. Where Amazon tend to excel though, is not just offering low prices, but also getting the products to your door – for free in many cases, especially if you have Prime.
More recently, Argos have been looking at launching their own brand products too – probably a direct result of Sainsbury’s taking them over. As yet we’re yet to see any details of own brand Argos soup makers, so we don’t yet know if they are in the pipeline, let alone have any information about their quality. If that changes, we’ll be sure to update the site accordingly.