Philips HR1861 Pro Aluminium Juicer - £66.66 @ Amazon
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Philips HR1861 Pro Aluminium Juicer - £66.66 @ Amazon

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Found 20th Oct 2008
First Post So Go Easy with any replies please!!! also, how do you link an image?

Been after this model for a few weeks since I saw a demo of it in John Lewis. It is an awesome juicer (if not one of the cheaper models). Anyway It was on Amazon at around £80 and has now come down to £66.66 (rrp is £99.99, which was also the price in JL).
You basically push the fruit in the top and the juce instantly comes out the spout. I saw an entire pinapple juices to around 1L of juice and all you need to do it top and tail it and cut into sizeable chunks. It also comes with a book on juicing. the juice I tried was a real treat and the kids loved it too!

Details:

Patented micro-mesh filter
Extra-large feeding tube
700W motor with two speeds
Made from anodised aluminium
2L pulp container
1.5L juice jug
Foam separator for clear or cloudy juice
1.2m long cable with cord storage
Anti-slip rubber feet for extra stability
Safety system locks the detachable components in place
Dishwasher-safe
Free Juice Master book 'The Juice Master Keeping It Simple: Over 100 Delicious Juices and Smoothies' worth £10

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Original Poster

Thanks. Will read through these to make my posts a little more interesting ... hopefully!

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My Wife has asked me for one of these but have just noticed that Marshall ward (litttlewoods group) have them for £59.00 and can also possibly get quidco with them.

I've got one of these and it's a great juicer. The free book is very good too and has lots of really nice recipes in there although a lot of them are smoothy recipes which also require a blender. One little tip, put a carrier bag or pedal bin liner in the pulp collection bucket and leave it over the rim as it saves the trouble of scooping all the mush out when you're finished.

Original Poster

Thanks for the tips. I think when it was Demo'd in JL they had a bag at the back, so I guess that is one top tip! Cheers.

Original Poster

I see that MarshallWard have this on offer at £59 and I was thinking of cancelling my order with Amazon. Then I noticed that the free book is NOT specified from Marshall Ward . The book is worth £12.99 (though available on Amazon at £7.09...) AND you have £3.95 postal charge with Marshall Ward. I guess either deal is not bad. In anycase this is a top product (check the Amazon Reviews).
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