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SILVERCREST KITCHEN TOOLS Power Blender@ LIDL from Monday the 4th for £69.99

£69.99 @ LIDL
Prepare your favourite frappés, smoothies, shakes and cocktails at home with this super powerful, professional-style blender Powerful 2.7 hp motor for up to 32,000 rpm Ideal for making green smo… Read More
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Prepare your favourite frappés, smoothies, shakes and cocktails at home with this super powerful, professional-style blender

Powerful 2.7 hp motor for up to 32,000 rpm

Ideal for making green smoothies with crunchier vegetables such as beetroot or cabbage

Ultra-sharp 6x stainless steel blade with up to 480 km/h blade tip speed, for faster, vitamin-preserving preparation, without lumps or stringy bits

With a super durable Eastman Tritan™ blender jar – tougher than glass

Capacity (L): 2

2000w

On sale from Monday the 4th of September

is this better than vitamix??
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#1
looks decent, might give it a try.
#2
the other half is after a nutri bullet type thing , this is more than just a blender?
#3
bullerbug
the other half is after a nutri bullet type thing , this is more than just a blender?

These things are huge and noisy, very noisy. So yes, more than just a blender.
#4
GazmoX
bullerbug
the other half is after a nutri bullet type thing , this is more than just a blender?

These things are huge and noisy, very noisy. So yes, more than just a blender.


thanks for the info , maybe useful but not for the glamour kitchen
#5
Awesome... Hope this comes to NI too... Heat added
#6
How noisy exactly? I looked at the leaflet & noise levels not mentioned. had to get rid of a Vitamix due to the racket it made and this is **double** the power!
#7
roythomas
How noisy exactly? I looked at the leaflet & noise levels not mentioned. had to get rid of a Vitamix due to the racket it made and this is **double** the power!
Not sure about but these machines would usually stay on for seconds and surely any noise should be considered as extra excitement when in use. Would anyone buy a Lambo with the sound of a 500fiat !!

Edited By: bobo53 on Sep 02, 2016 15:05
#8
Does it have a 3 year warranty like the identical seeming blender Aldi are stocking?
1 Like #9
just grabbed one of these today. It's a beast, seems well made. Huge compared to nutri ninja / bullet. Doesn't fit under my kitchen cupboards, so I have to pull it forward to use. No biggie. The blades are fixed inside the jug. So not separate like a bullet. And can't drink out of the same cup like a bullet either. The jug is like twice the size which is great as I have a tendency to overfull my nutrininja. It does indeed create a smoother blend in general. But my first attempt left loads of lumps of banana, carrots and frozen spinach. I'm guessing it has trouble reaching every last bit of the jug. Maybe as the jug is so much wider things get missed. After witnessing that I was ready to return it but I tried again and this time I got a super fine blend but about 3 bits of carrot remained kind of pea sized. So it was still missing bits. The overall consistency was definitely an improvement though, it was super smooth. I'm going to give it another chance tomorrow, read the manual to make sure I did it all correctly, and pulse it a bit more to try to reach every last lump. I'll report back.

As far as noise is concerned it is pretty loud but a different kind of sound. It's more jet engine than electric drill. So it sounds a bit less grindy and more high pitched. I think it will probably travel less through walls but it is very loud in the room. I switched it to auto mode and it builds up slowly. I thought it was broken as it kept getting faster and faster and didn't stop. Was worried the whole thing was going to explode but it's just crazy fast. I'm certainly impressed with the speed and build. Just hope the random missed lumps thing can be avoided next time.
#10
benjam1n
just grabbed one of these today. It's a beast, seems well made. Huge compared to nutri ninja / bullet. Doesn't fit under my kitchen cupboards, so I have to pull it forward to use. No biggie. The blades are fixed inside the jug. So not separate like a bullet. And can't drink out of the same cup like a bullet either. The jug is like twice the size which is great as I have a tendency to overfull my nutrininja. It does indeed create a smoother blend in general. But my first attempt left loads of lumps of banana, carrots and frozen spinach. I'm guessing it has trouble reaching every last bit of the jug. Maybe as the jug is so much wider things get missed. After witnessing that I was ready to return it but I tried again and this time I got a super fine blend but about 3 bits of carrot remained kind of pea sized. So it was still missing bits. The overall consistency was definitely an improvement though, it was super smooth. I'm going to give it another chance tomorrow, read the manual to make sure I did it all correctly, and pulse it a bit more to try to reach every last lump. I'll report back.
As far as noise is concerned it is pretty loud but a different kind of sound. It's more jet engine than electric drill. So it sounds a bit less grindy and more high pitched. I think it will probably travel less through walls but it is very loud in the room. I switched it to auto mode and it builds up slowly. I thought it was broken as it kept getting faster and faster and didn't stop. Was worried the whole thing was going to explode but it's just crazy fast. I'm certainly impressed with the speed and build. Just hope the random missed lumps thing can be avoided next time.


Why not use a coarse sieve. I think if u let it work more it would be better. Waiting for ur update. Why not experiment a little.
#11
It gets there in the end. A sieve could be an option but it's more to wash up. I got no lumps after running it through about 10 cycles. Seems excessive specially with the noise it makes but the results are about as good as is possible, like a milkshake.
1 Like #12
This blender is based on the Charles Jacob professional blender (and some others) which when it was introduced cost around £175 - 199.00. It is virtually the same design and uses essentially the same motor. When used properly it should produce high grade results. The fact Lidl are selling their version for just over a third of the original price is an eye opener and shouldn't be ignored. Not being a fool I bought one immediately as I do not believe in paying over the odds for a name. There are still some left. Incidentally, Aldi will be selling their version on Thursday 8th. Happy hunting.
#13
I've removed the chunky, garter like, rubber retaining ring from the lid so it's now very easy to get on and off which it certainly wasn't before I did this- (kept it in a safe place just in case). The Triton container is really solid, apparently well built and beautifully clear. I make green smoothies with it and tried the smoothe program button which was totally inappropriate for the small quantity I had in the jug, the blade either flinging the contents to the top of the jug or spinning hopelessly in a cavity- all rather alarming as mentioned by another reviewer. I think a larger quantity and wetter mix will probably be the answer for the effective functioning of the smoothie button- but presently I start with differering speeds and then use the pulse button to get the blades to blend all the ingredients ending with a final longish blast at full speed. I'm afraid I eat/ drink straight out of the jug with a long steel straw and use my fingers to extract what remains.

Fantastic tool which I'm highly delighted with at the moment. The only thing I could imagine going wrong would be electrical, but it's got a 3 yr guarantee.












Edited By: Despr8 on Oct 11, 2016 23:17: Improvement
1 Like #14
OB1
Does it have a 3 year warranty like the identical seeming blender Aldi are stocking?
Yes it does
#15
Used mine for the first time today. It's a BEAST! (In a good way) The thing that tipped my choice was the power of the motor - 2.7 horsepower. If you've ever used power tools you'll know what I mean. It is noisy in operation, but that is to be expected, given the power and the job it's doing.
One of the things I particularly like is the 'P' button which controls an automatic blend function which runs for about 45 seconds - I wasn't actually counting because I don't care if it does it in twenty seconds or takes a minute - during which time it pulses on and off until the cycle is finished. Result, perfectly blended fruit and veg smoothie. Not a lump in sight - and I drink mine through a straw. (Protects your teeth from the acids)
If you're wavering, don't! It will do the job and then some. I like mine so much I might even buy another.
#16
Despr8
I've removed the chunky, garter like, rubber retaining ring from the lid so it's now very easy to get on and off which it certainly wasn't before I did this- (kept it in a safe place just in case). The Triton container is really solid, apparently well built and beautifully clear. I make green smoothies with it and tried the smoothe program button which was totally inappropriate for the small quantity I had in the jug, the blade either flinging the contents to the top of the jug or spinning hopelessly in a cavity- all rather alarming as mentioned by another reviewer. I might try it again when making a much larger quantity or wetter mix. Now I always combine different speeds and judicious use of the pulse button to get the blades to blend all the ingredients. I'm afraid I eat/ drink straight out of the jug with a steel straw and plastic spoon and shamelessly use my fingers to extract what remains.
Fantastic tool which I'm highly delighted with at the moment. The only thing I could imagine going wrong would be electrical, but it's got a 3 yr guarantee.

After you removed this rubber, does it not leak through top cover? As there is no other seal
#17
No its not sealed but the machine is much nicer to operate without it on and the lid remains a fairly effective barrier. I've not had any problems with leakage, maybe because I've never filled it much above the 1litre mark and I try to avoid firing stuff up towards the lid. Also you could apply a little pressure with a hand if a great escape looked likely. It's easy to remove the washer. It sits in a groove and is only held in place by its own elasticity. Simply use the tip of a blunt knife to raise/release it from the groove enough for it to be grasped and removed. Just as easy to put back on if or when necessary. Not having the washer on also enables you to offer the lid at an angle when putting it on so it's easier to connect.


Edited By: Despr8 on Oct 12, 2016 01:14: Improvement
#18
Thanks, will try to do that.

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