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Cuisinart Soup Maker £99.99 at Argos

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Ordered a Waring Soup Maker in Argos Aberdeen store (423/5338), item is reduced to £99.99 and was advised by customer services the item is actually a Cuisinart make, did I still want it? Cuisinart makers are sold in Lakeland and John Lewis for £139.99.
Probably best to do a 'Customer View' first before ordering just to make sure you are getting the Cuisineart.
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#1
They have started selling these in Costco. I cant remember the exact price, but I believe they were around the £100 mark. I'd stick to Costco for their amazing customer service and warranty support.
#2
I love kitchen gadgets, I currently own:

- Gaggia espresso maker
- Burr mill coffee grinder
- rice cooker
- Smoothie maker
- bread maker

But even I consider spending £100 on a soup maker going to far.
#3
what's the difference between this and a blender?
#4
Uridium
what's the difference between this and a blender?


Looks like it can cook/brown veg first, it can also boil and simmer liquids; which i believe can also be done in a pan!
£100 for this is pretty ridiculous
#5
Uridium
what's the difference between this and a blender?


They heat up.
.........and no, I don't get the point either!

A pan, and a cheap stick blender do the biz perfectly, in seconds.
Besides I don't always want soups to be puréed baby food anyway, and with a stick blender you have more control on HOW blended your soup is!

Edited By: nihcaj on Oct 26, 2010 12:22: completion
1 Like #6
I make soup reularly especially in winter.
I put all the vegetables in a large pan - No oil.
Add a stock cube, seasoning and a few
red lentils. Simmer for 30 minutes then
I use a hand blender to liquidise around
half of the soup to leave the soup thick but
with chunks. Great stuff.
A soup maker? No thanks not for me.
#7
It's a blender which heats up the soup! pointless really,. just get a good blender around £25 and use a saucepan
1 Like #8
You will have to make a lot of soup to get Your £100 back.

As already stated,just chop and then boil veg up in a saucepan and then blitz with a cheap stick blender.If you want the soup chunky take some of the veg out and then put back after blitzing the rest...beats tinned stuff any day.
#9
don_in_ed
It's a blender which heats up the soup! pointless really,. just get a good blender around £25 and use a saucepan


Clearly you need to buy a stick blender too! ;-)
... I was sceptical at first too, my ex-wife waylaid my food processor, so I ended up buying a real cheap stick blender, expecting it to be inferior, but for soup it is far BETTER... none of the messing around with hot pans of liquid to pour into the goblet, and it flying all over, you just stick the blender in and go, as much or as little as you want - done in less time than putting a lid on the goblet!
#10
Thank you so much OP!!

I can confirm that I too just got the Cuisinart model that is £119 on amazon

My other half has been after this for aaaaaaaages but didn't want to spend too much on it, Just went to local argos and asked for a customer view and out came the cuisnart model. So again thank you for saving me money :D

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