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Tommee Tippee Explora Food Blender from Amazon 14.99

£14.99 @ Amazon
Not quite as good as the £10 at Asda deal posted a few months ago. However if like me you've been asked to get one as a Christmas present then you'll appreciate this. Around £20 everywhere else. A… Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Not quite as good as the £10 at Asda deal posted a few months ago. However if like me you've been asked to get one as a Christmas present then you'll appreciate this.

Around £20 everywhere else. And I managed to get it slightly cheaper via flubit.

4Star review average on Amazon. I was chatting to my hairdresser about it today too and she said she loved it whilst she needed it.

I would have liked to have bought the nutribullet nutribaby but my numbers didn't come up on the lottery this evening!
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#1
I got a hand blender rather than something like this.

You should hopefully only be blending food for a few months, after that these teeny blenders aren't good for much.

Also if you plan on bulk cooking and freezing, rather than cooking every day, again, they're pointless.
#2
paulmcuk
I got a hand blender rather than something like this.

You should hopefully only be blending food for a few months, after that these teeny blenders aren't good for much.

Also if you plan on bulk cooking and freezing, rather than cooking every day, again, they're pointless.

have to agree with this I am afraid! Had I known how rubbish these are I would have just bought a food processor! They leak, massively noisy, and doesn't hold more than about 2 portions for a newly weaning baby and 1 portion for an older weaning baby!

However, not a bad price (and so will not vote cold), this is purely informative for anybody thinking of buying!

Edited By: silkymolo on Dec 14, 2014 06:30
#3
Used a stick hand blender with my first child for the first week or so then just fork mashed. Didnt blend at all with my 2nd child, just mashed if required when I started solids around 6.5 months. Waste of money I say,
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baby lead weaning is more ideal these days and doesnt require you to blend or mash anything! good price tho... :)
#5
I use mine all the time especially blending fruit for the baby. Well worth the money!
#6
Not worth it, doesn't really blend to the required consistency, get a hand blender instead
#7
Have to agree with most here, it's too small and not powerful enough. Buy a hand blender for around the same price
#8
Much noisier than normal blenders upset my baby..

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