To mark the show’s return on Channel 4, Lidl has relaunched its popular retro set of baking equipment in black, baby pink or turquoise, with prices from £2.99.
Some of the appliances look remarkably similar to a retro range by Smeg, which sells products that may look the same but cost up to £179 for each item.
Lidl has relaunched its popular retro range of baking equipment, including this 1.8-litre blender for £19.99 (left). It bears more than a close resemblance to Smeg’s designer 1.5-litre pastel green blender, which can cost up to £179.98 (right)
Its hand blenders cost £120, while a very similar-looking one at Lidl costs just £7.99.
Meanwhile, Smeg’s retro toaster – which comes in a range of colours including a similar shade of pastel green to Lidl’s turquoise – costs £129.95, while you can pick up a retro-style toaster from Lidl for £16.99.
The biggest price difference is between Smeg’s pastel green retro blender, and Lidl’s very similar appliance, which costs just £19.99, while Smeg’s is a pricey £179.98.
Lidl’s hand blender costs just £7.99 and comes in black, turquoise or baby pink (left). Smeg’s hand blender looks very similar, and costs £120 – but comes with several attachments including a mini chopper, a glass jug, and a whisk (right)
Lidl has also relaunched its £16.99 retro toaster, which comes in a similar shade of turquoise as Smeg (left). Smeg’s designer version, which looks quite similar to the discounted option, costs £129.95
Lidl’s new relaunched range, which is available in stores from today, also includes a £12.99 Mini Chopper (left). There is also a range of stylish kitchen scales in the collection, including this geometric black-and-white set which costs £5.99 (right)
Lidl’s range also includes a baking tray and a mini frying pan that cost just £2.99 each, as well as a £12.99 mini chopper that includes a beater attachment and glass bowl for baking.
There is also sets of kitchen scales costing £5.99, which allows you to switch between grams, ounces, pounds, millilitres and fluid ounces.
All of the products come in a turquoise shade, a similar colour to the one that pops throughout the Great British Bake Off tent.
The fridges, stand mixers, and the cupboards are all in a shade of baby blue on the popular TV show, which returned to screens on Tuesday night.
Lidl’s new range of baking appliances are in store from today.