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How often Brits upgrade phones, cars and other gadgets - how do you match up?

Gadget-loving Brits are most likely to upgrade their phone every two to three years, their games console every five years and their car every six to 10 years, according to new research.

A survey of 2,000 adults examined how we keep up with technology as it develops at an increasingly rapid pace. The kettle is most likely to be upgraded every five years, while we typically keep our car for between six and 10 years - the same period we run a lawnmower for.

And Brits get a lot of use out of their white goods, most likely upgrading their washing machine, fridge, and freezer once every six to 10 years.

Almost a third (31 per cent) said it is important for them to have the most up-to-date gadgets and electrical devices. What is your view?

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