Cookworks whole fruit juicer £19.99 at Argos, low stock
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Cookworks whole fruit juicer £19.99 at Argos, low stock

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
Went to 69° two months ago at £35.99, looks like they're really trying to get the last ones out the door now.
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Some pretty mixed reviews on this one.
i love argos website wont allow me to check stock or add to basket !!! just hangs with a map of europe ?????? !!!!!
Can't see any stock local to me at about 10 store's?
robertvan138 m ago

Some pretty mixed reviews on this one.


Yeh but 4/5 with 1226 reviews, so can't be that bad.
Avoid, it's rubbish, it extract half what it should.
mac1611

i love argos website wont allow me to check stock or add to basket !!! … i love argos website wont allow me to check stock or add to basket !!! just hangs with a map of europe ?????? !!!!!


Are you using any VPN ;)?

Bypostbagon 4 June 2014If you are thinking of buying a juicer for the … Bypostbagon 4 June 2014If you are thinking of buying a juicer for the first time, consider carefully if it is what you really need: this juicer works pretty well, does what it is meant to do ie takes most whole fruits and veg, grates it all up and trickles the remaining juice out. However, you have to put in a LOT of fruit and veg to get a decent glassful out. I was dismayed to see how much you have to scrape out and throw in the bin! What a terrible waste of good food and money! Cleaning it is a real chore, a really messy job and I soon got fed up with it. So I bought a little Kenwood smoothie maker. This just blitzes up the fruit and veg with a little water/milk/juice in seconds, stores in the same beaker in the fridge and all you do is rinse the blades under the tap, finished in less than a minute. No waste and no work. Yes, you do have to peel and core apples and pears and de-stone peaches and cherries etc, but there are many, many fruits and veg that can just be thrown straight in.The 'whole fruit' claim for this Cookworks juicer is limited too: all citrus fruit has to be peeled and all stones from fruit removed.The juicer and the smoothie maker both stand on my worktop, but the smoothie maker is used every day; the juicer hasn't been used for several weeks, so think careflly before you buy!



Hmmmmmmmmmmm? - Should I, Shouldn't I????
Polax

Are you using any VPN ;)?


no ,eventually got their site just painfully slow
Polax

Hmmmmmmmmmmm? - Should I, Shouldn't I????


you'll be lucky to find one no stock in the south east and after reading post re smoothie maker kinda glad i didnt find one
Looked at this a couple of days ago and ummed and arred and was put off by a couple of reviews saying it does not extract all the juice and is a pain cleaning.
Then it had peanty of stock, now for the price I might have bitten and bought but everywhere appears OOS.
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