Philips HR1372 Hand Blender With Powerful 700 Watt motor (£40, Reduced from £70) Free [email protected] Amazon
Philips HR1372 Hand Blender With Powerful 700 Watt motor (£40, Reduced from £70) Free Del.@ Amazon

Philips HR1372 Hand Blender With Powerful 700 Watt motor (£40, Reduced from £70) Free [email protected] Amazon

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Manufacturer's Description
More power for professional results with Powerful 700 Watt motor and double action blade

Fresh, quality food is something any home chef appreciates. But you dont have to be a culinary professional to produce it. With the new Philips hand blender, you can achieve professional results in your own kitchen quickly and easily.

More power for professional results
Get more professional results at home with powerful 700 Watt motor and double action blade that cuts horizontally and vertically.

The best result on every application
With multiple speeds and turbo button you get the best result on every application, feel more comfortable and controlled

Chops onion, herbs, hard cheese and more
You will get an XL chopper accessory for chopping large quantities, serrated blades for ice crushing in XL chopper and mini chopper accessory

Whips cream, mousse, egg whites and more
Whisk accessory for whipping cream and mayonnaise

Anti-splash blade guard: Anti-splash blade guard for no splashing while you blend

General specifications
Speeds: 5
Turbo button
Detachable shaft

Box Contents
# 1 x Whisk
# 1 x 1L beaker with lid
# 1 x XL chopper
# 1 x Mini chopper
# 1 x Serrated blades for XL chopper

If you use something like this regularly this is well worth the money. Seems to get plenty good reviews too.



i read the reviews after i bought it and it said about the motor burning out after a few uses etc. it was too late for me to cancel the order so i gave it the benfit of the doubt. i used it once!!!!!! and the blender rounded off and wouldn't turn...then towards the end the motor burnt out! in its first use.

my previous one beign a braun multiquick that lasted for 10 years! was most disspointed with the philips its utter rubbish!

I have had my blender since March 2009 and it has solely been used to blitz my homemade soups.
Well this evening I decided to give the xl chopper a go to make a salsa dip (cherry toms/onion which was already sliced/herbs) started off well and seemed to be doing a fine job. Then the blade stopped turning and the motor went into overdrive. Low and behold the drive shaft is spinning inside the coupling. Looking at other reviews and on searching the web it seems to be a common fault and from a product that is supposedly able to chop ice!
I note that most of the spares sites are primarily stocking replacement chopper lids! I wonder why?
Being a mechanical engineer I took a closer look. The drive spindle is connected to the chopper coupling by a very fine toothed metal push fit cog which fits into a plastic receptacle that is clearly not up to the job expected of it.
One would think that Philips would have addressed this design issue before putting the product to market or at least issued notice of the fault and offered customers a modified and updated part.
It you intend using this product to chop then don't bother, go and buy something more up to job.
If you just want to blitz soups then buy it and leave the choppers in the back of the cupboard for eternity
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