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Tefal Easy Soup BL841140 Soup Maker White and Stainless Steel £34.97 Currys

£34.97 @ Currys
In Currys clearance, was £42 last week. Amazon have price matched but it is out of stock there.
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In Currys clearance, was £42 last week.
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6 Likes #1
is this full 1080p
7 Likes #2
make the space in the back of the cupboard before you buy it.i had to after I bought one !
1 Like #3
fatcarp
is this full 1080p


​Yeah, no HDR though. Deal breaker for me!
1 Like #4
fatcarp
is this full 1080p


​no its 4k
#5
good find op, heat added
#6
nazmanchester
fatcarp
is this full 1080p
​no its 4k

£34.97 actually
#7
milkonesugar
make the space in the back of the cupboard before you buy it.i had to after I bought one !
Do you not rate it?
1 Like #8
Is it easy to clean? The most difficult thing with all these new electric gadgets is cleaning after use. As electric items cannot be immersed in water.
#9
sam_of_london
Is it easy to clean? The most difficult thing with all these new electric gadgets is cleaning after use. As electric items cannot be immersed in water.


​it has a self cleaning cycle you just put some water in
#10
fatcarp
is this full 1080p
No it is full soup.
2 Likes #11
this solver my problem of chucking some veg, some stock and some water in a pan and boiling it, I always struggle with that
1 Like #12
Crap 1.2L capacity so barely worth the bother of getting it dirty for such a small amount of soup. i usually end up with near on 2L when i make a batch in the pressure cooker.
2 Likes #13
Souper...
#14
amycharlie
milkonesugar
make the space in the back of the cupboard before you buy it.i had to after I bought one !
Do you not rate it?

What do you think. (_;)
4 Likes #15
I have a thing called a 'pan' which I put all the soup ingredients & stock into before placing it on the hob. Once cooked I either serve it or use the blender to liquidise it! I wonder if this gadget is capable of sieving/ straining a soup.

If you need a gadget to cook soup then I suggest you buy a can opener !
#16
heat added
#17
heat added
#18
amycharlie
milkonesugar
make the space in the back of the cupboard before you buy it.i had to after I bought one !
Do you not rate it?


​not at all I'm afraid. it's like a kettle with a built in blender.its quick but doesn't give time for the flavours to develop.base inside burns easily too.i gave it away and then they gave it away to the dustbin !
#19
I've seen it all now. What a stupid invention
#20
I simply use the wife for this....
1 Like #21
Easy Soup Maker? Here you go.


https://ak1.ostkcdn.com/images/products/8657476/Cooks-Standard-Stainless-Steel-3-QT-Sauce-Pan-with-Cover-P15916866.jpg
1 Like #22
Thoughtful
I have a thing called a 'pan' which I put all the soup ingredients & stock into before placing it on the hob. Once cooked I either serve it or use the blender to liquidise it! I wonder if this gadget is capable of sieving/ straining a soup.

If you need a gadget to cook soup then I suggest you buy a can opener !


​Is it lonely up there on your pedestal?
#23
Got something similar, but used it once and it gathered dust, so gave it away to my sister who uses it all the time. It great and simple to use, but as has already been said it not the biggest for making large batches of soup.
#24
Is this full 1080 Peas!
#25
errrr2
Thoughtful
I have a thing called a 'pan' which I put all the soup ingredients & stock into before placing it on the hob. Once cooked I either serve it or use the blender to liquidise it! I wonder if this gadget is capable of sieving/ straining a soup.
If you need a gadget to cook soup then I suggest you buy a can opener !
​Is it lonely up there on your pedestal?

No need to get Vichyssoise about it!
#26
errrr2
Thoughtful
I have a thing called a 'pan' which I put all the soup ingredients & stock into before placing it on the hob. Once cooked I either serve it or use the blender to liquidise it! I wonder if this gadget is capable of sieving/ straining a soup.
If you need a gadget to cook soup then I suggest you buy a can opener !
​Is it lonely up there on your pedestal?

Original comment's bang on.

I'm surprised it's not been branded by Apple considering it does nothing extra for significantly more money........
#27
milkonesugar
amycharlie
milkonesugar
make the space in the back of the cupboard before you buy it.i had to after I bought one !
Do you not rate it?
​not at all I'm afraid. it's like a kettle with a built in blender.its quick but doesn't give time for the flavours to develop.base inside burns easily too.i gave it away and then they gave it away to the dustbin !
Thanks for reply a friend loves it but she lives on her own and finds it convenient I will stick my old fashioned method

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