Kenwood HB151 120w Handblender Stainless Steel Blade Plastic Body Red £9 BRAND NEW WITH A 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY AT TESCO EBAY
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Kenwood HB151 120w Handblender Stainless Steel Blade Plastic Body Red £9 BRAND NEW WITH A 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY AT TESCO EBAY

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Found 18th Aug 2017Edited by:"mcseguy"
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The hand blender comes in an attractive red design and features a


rear cord clip for simple, compact storage. stainless steel Blades.
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Looks like a kinky toy
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Have you got a link please mcseguy?
Looks like a kinky toy
Be aware that 120w is pretty weak
Thought it was a torpedo for submarine. Disappointed it isn't. Not voted either way.

Interesting shape. I wonder if the motor is well balanced or if it vibrates much.
I bought this last time, the blade part does not detach and it's one fixed item. Very awkward for cleaning as you have a big long cable to deal with
So not powerful enough for a toy
I mean I'm sure it's a good price and everything but I really don't want to blend my hand.
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hippy.dave5 h, 33 m ago

I mean I'm sure it's a good price and everything but I really don't want …I mean I'm sure it's a good price and everything but I really don't want to blend my hand.



Oh! Only just saw what you did there David. Nice one ha hahaha
Would this be any good for trimming nasal hairs?
Cheers
OpineDevine22 h, 11 m ago

Thought it was a torpedo for submarine. Disappointed it isn't. Not voted …Thought it was a torpedo for submarine. Disappointed it isn't. Not voted either way.


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staceybaby18th Aug

Looks like a kinky toy


Before i put my gegs on, i thought it was a wonkwand from love honey or something etc.
Have a Kenwood and have not used for well over year,it has a masher attachment,prefer hand mash potatoes.
Good price for a fancy vibrator for those into S @ M.
dewonderful18th Aug

Be aware that 120w is pretty weak




True - I remember people commenting that Argos' own brand was not very powerful at 150W. I got one anyway and it's perfectly fine for most of my needs (mainly blending chickpeas for humus). My only gripes are that the cord is a bit short and that you need to press the power button quite far in to get it to work (sore thumb after a while).

For £5.49 (regular price) I would go for the additional 30W
Simple Value Hand Blender - White 909/8367
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*edit: upon closer inspection (image above) the power button issue looks to have been addressed
Edited by: "jeczap" 20th Aug 2017
I thought it said 'handblaster' for a moment!
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