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Philips HR1855 Juicer, 2 Litre, 700 Watt £22.50 @ Tesco instore

£22.50 @ Tesco
Bought few months before from Currys for £55 and would definitely done it again. Great juicer and what I like the most - it takes so little space on my counter!!! not as usual massive juicer, especia… Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Bought few months before from Currys for £55 and would definitely done it again.
Great juicer and what I like the most - it takes so little space on my counter!!! not as usual massive juicer, especially that I have so many kitchen stuff bought because of HUKD :P

Previously on sale for £30, now Tesco Direct £69.50 (OOS) and £49.99 Amazon

Philips HR1855/01 Viva Collection Juicer, 2 Litre, 700 Watt, Black
- Get a real juice health boost!
- QuickClean technology for effortless cleaning in just 1 minute
- XL feeding tube so preparation time is reduced prior to juicing
- Make 2ltrs of juice in one go, quickly and easily
- No mess, no fuss, simple pulp collection
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#1
white label so might be national
mine was found in Wrexham - still 4 left
http://s9.postimg.org/7z08uo5bz/IMAG0217.jpg
#2
Yeah these are reduced to clear as they've got the new version in. I picked one up at the Chesterfield extra Saturday, Only two out when I was there x
#3
Lasted 1 week only... Pile of crap! But cheap :D
1 Like #4
estreja
Lasted 1 week only... Pile of crap! But cheap :D
mine is producing juice almost every day from August - mostly carrot, so not the softest bits
#5
i have this for the last 3 years...very good machine. i bought it for around £50 at that time. strong built and easy to clean.
1 Like #6
Just got one from Llantrisant. Still marked on shelves as £79.99.
#7
Can I have the barcode please!
#8
Same in Tesco Seacroft Leeds,,,so this deal is national I think:) saw this machine a couple of days ago,,, few of them:)
#9
Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago from Hughes, it's a good juicer.

3 carrots, 2 apples, half a beetroot, 2 Celery stalks, a hand full of spinach and an inch of ginger makes just over a pint of a fantastic and very healthy juice :)
#10
Bought one from Amazon a week ago at £50!!
#11
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Becky5455
Can I have the barcode please!


Barcode would be handy.
#12
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Daddo_1600
Bought one from Amazon a week ago at £50!!
wait it was the 1863/01 I bought. Great juicer, I'd recommend either
#13
OS + price is £70??
#14
estreja
Lasted 1 week only... Pile of crap! But cheap :D

Not supposed to put hamburgers in

;)
#15
What's difference compared to a smoothie maker ?
#16
v5535
What's difference compared to a smoothie maker ?
this is a juicer, so no bits.
I just need to find a good use for the waste pulp
#17
liamcicada
Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago from Hughes, it's a good juicer.

3 carrots, 2 apples, half a beetroot, 2 Celery stalks, a hand full of spinach and an inch of ginger makes just over a pint of a fantastic and very healthy juice :)
Maybe silly question but is it the distilled beetroot you use or the raw stuff straight from the shelves?
Watched "fat sick and nearly dead last night" and wanted to try this out?
#18
We paid £60 for this. It's excellent.
#19
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RyansyK
liamcicada
Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago from Hughes, it's a good juicer.

3 carrots, 2 apples, half a beetroot, 2 Celery stalks, a hand full of spinach and an inch of ginger makes just over a pint of a fantastic and very healthy juice :)
Maybe silly question but is it the distilled beetroot you use or the raw stuff straight from the shelves?
Watched "fat sick and nearly dead last night" and wanted to try this out?


Everything is raw, never used the cooked stuff. I found that Morrisons has the best raw beetroot.

Also, you must peel the beetroot and ginger. You can also peel the carrots but I just cut the ends and wash them.
#20
looks a cracking deal, other half was wanting one a while back, might treat her at this price
#21
To confirm, I just bought one from Llantrisant tesco. Marked up as just under 80 notes, it went through the till at £22.50.
Less the wife's 10% staff discount, of course.
#22
87-1010361996—3

Is the barcode. Can't post pics, I'm afraid.
#23
bairdyblues
To confirm, I just bought one from Llantrisant tesco. Marked up as just under 80 notes, it went through the till at £22.50.
Less the wife's 10% staff discount, of course.
When I got mine at Llantrisant a few staff members ran over to them when they found out how much they were. The woman at the self service till abandoned her post and legged it!
#24
bojangles
v5535
What's difference compared to a smoothie maker ?
this is a juicer, so no bits.
I just need to find a good use for the waste pulp
I form it into patties and dry it in the oven and feed it to 2 very grateful rabbits. Of course if you don't have any bunnies that might be the most useless tip you've ever had :D
#25
I bought it from Amazon for 50, seems like good juicer, much better than few I got in Lidl (and always returned them)

However Amazon states that you can juice up to 2L at one go and at the end :

' it is advisable not to operate the juicer for more than 45 seconds at a time in order to help prevent smoking and burning. The manual does state that this juicer should juice only for 45 seconds at a time'

Are we supposed to get it done in 45 seconds? They also say not to press pusher too hard, so you should go slow, yet get it done in 45 seconds.
#26
It is a great juicer in every aspect, sadly I paid more.
#27
roame
bojangles
v5535
What's difference compared to a smoothie maker ?
this is a juicer, so no bits.
I just need to find a good use for the waste pulp
I form it into patties and dry it in the oven and feed it to 2 very grateful rabbits. Of course if you don't have any bunnies that might be the most useless tip you've ever had :D

Very useful! Thanks :)
Also was reading that you can add to soups and sauces to thicken them up - I assume it depends on what's in the pulp though.
#28
oos
#29
sayenn
Same in Tesco Seacroft Leeds,,,so this deal is national I think:) saw this machine a couple of days ago,,, few of them:)
Would you know if there's any more left?
#30
I like Philips' electrical stuff, got a good cheap blender from them recently too. Will have a look for this, thanks OP.
#31
thanks mate - just got last one from Tesco Hamilton
#34
Just picked one up from Wrexham, there was one left - downstairs on an end to the left of the escalator. Shelf label said £22.50 but scanned at £55, check out lady checked the label then reduced price accordingly, thanks op
#35
Just picked one up in Sunderland extra. Scanned at 22.50. Was the last one on the shelf. thanks op!
#36
This machine gets rid of the good fibres in fruits and veg.

Cold
#37
Just tried Brighouse and its full price just ordered one at tesco direct for £60.00
#38
thank you very much
I just came back from Tesco I bought 3 of them very good price
#39
the price on the shelf it was 59£
#40
I went to my local Tescos and decided if there was one there I would take a risk that it wouldn't be faulty - none instore, problem solved ;-)

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