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Cookworks Signature Smoothie Maker - Was £39.99 Now £11.99 @ Argos
Cookworks Signature Smoothie Maker - Was £39.99 Now £11.99 @ Argos

Cookworks Signature Smoothie Maker - Was £39.99 Now £11.99 @ Argos

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* Silver and black.

* 420 watts.

* 1.75 litre capacity.

* 2 speeds.

* Pulse function.

* Ice crushing function.

* Dispensing tap.

* Stir stick.

* Stainless steel blades.

* Safety lock.

* Easy clean.

* Dishwasher safe except motor base and power cord.

* Non slip feet.

Quite cheap for a smoothie maker!!

15 Comments

hot thanks have just reserved one and also good reviews on it

Nice! Have some heat! :thumbsup:

Great deal - thanks. Reserved one at local store :thumbsup:

they are good got one but this is a bargain!

fem martian;7947091

Great deal - thanks. Reserved one at local store :thumbsup:



Can anyone recommend a book on smoothie making.

yay a new appliance for me to put in my cupboard after using once.

jamesdew;7948006

yay a new appliance for me to put in my cupboard after using once.


+1

Reserved one at local store, thanks. been after one for a while but was looking at the more expensive ones as thought the cheaper ones would not last......looking at the reviews it seems a good buy, heat added

Is this battery powered?

Can you pour it from the jug or just the tap?

difficult to accept the Argos marketing hype suggesting less half price.
this item was priced at £19.99 in mid-Jan 2010, and previously at a lower £14.99( ! ).

Don't mean to be a killjoy but i would try to avoid these 'tap' smoothie makers, they invariably get clogged up with fruit pieces no matter how long you blend the fruit, and as such are a lot harder to clean.

Also just checked and Tesco do 500w ones for £15-20 as well... so not that great a bargain and I nearly bought one when I was out earlier.....still might as also have room in a cupboard that I am not using and need somthing to collect the dust and stop it gathering on the shelf itself!

hugh3sy7;7950416

Don't mean to be a killjoy but i would try to avoid these 'tap' smoothie … Don't mean to be a killjoy but i would try to avoid these 'tap' smoothie makers, they invariably get clogged up with fruit pieces no matter how long you blend the fruit, and as such are a lot harder to clean.



agree. we had one and it started leaking. more trouble than worth these things

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Havince;7951713

agree. we had one and it started leaking. more trouble than worth these … agree. we had one and it started leaking. more trouble than worth these things



hugh3sy7;7950416

Don't mean to be a killjoy but i would try to avoid these 'tap' smoothie … Don't mean to be a killjoy but i would try to avoid these 'tap' smoothie makers, they invariably get clogged up with fruit pieces no matter how long you blend the fruit, and as such are a lot harder to clean.



I have a kenwood tab smoothie maker, and i have never had a problem with it clogging up. maybe this is due to the fact that my smoothies are a lot runnier (i use a yogurt & milk base).

I have this exact model, the tap is *crap* for thick smoothies, you end up just getting the fruit juice or water thats gone to the bottom. The actual blender feels pretty cheap quality and the jug is quite large for one smoothie. I got it when it was around £14 from Argos about 3 months ago, I don't think it is worth £30 or has ever sold at that price.

Good though if like me you only make smoothies once in a blue moon.
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