Silvercrest Smoothie Maker @ LIDL £11.99 from 22nd June
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Silvercrest Smoothie Maker @ LIDL £11.99 from 22nd June

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Found 15th Jun 2015
Prepare your own fresh, homemade fruit juices and smoothies directly into included tumblers which can then be enjoyed whilst on the goStainless steel cross blades2 tumblers with lids included, capacity (ml): 470

3 Year Manufacturers Warranty

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Excellent price. Lidl kitchen equipment is usually pretty good.

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Any idea what power this is? 300w? Doesn't seem to be mentioned on the website.

Thanks

adsham

Any idea what power this is? 300w? Doesn't seem to be mentioned on the … Any idea what power this is? 300w? Doesn't seem to be mentioned on the website.Thanks

That's the all important question.

broadyo796

That's the all important question.



Its only 180w but their quite handy had a similar one a few years ago , came with 2 sports like bottles ,the whole unit was quite small, i will be getting another.

With 2 drinking cups to take home
For fresh mixed drinks from fruits or leafy vegetables
Preparation directly in the cup
Cross knife made of stainless steel
Cups, lids and cross blade dishwasher safe
Suitable for mixing with yogurt, ice cream or crushed ice
Easy to use with pulse switch
Non-slip feet
safety circuit
Including manual with recipe ideas for fruity smoothies

Technical performance:
Power: 180 Watts
Capacity:
The cup: a maximum of 450 ml
Edited by: "bigjeremy" 15th Jun 2015

180 watts is good for soft fruit but it may struggle with harder fruit

Great price, but (conjecture I know...although at one time we did have a smoothie maker and found this ourselves) most people who have owned smoothie makers already say just get a blender, more versatile and you don't have a spout that gets clogged and are difficult to clean.

Another addition to live in the back of the cupboard!

Banned

It doesn't work.

Banned

its basically a knock of to the breville active

Prepare for a Breville lawsuit.

cafcchick82

its basically a knock of to the breville active


but breville is 300w

billyboy101

but breville is 300w


And in my opinion doesn't have enough power for some jobs

Original Poster

CircuitMonkey

And in my opinion doesn't have enough power for some jobs



Have you actually used one?? And what jobs didn't it work for?

evostick47

Have you actually used one?? And what jobs didn't it work for?


I use it daily, it has a hard time with some frozen fruit, oats and nuts. I'm still keeping an eye out for something more powerful. In the mean time it's very convenient

Power in is not the same as power out and for many other reasons doesn't tell you how well it will work. The reliance on a single number because "bigger must be better" has lead to the ridiculous increase in power consumption of vacuum cleaners resulting in the EC having to step in to protect the public from their own stupidity.

Edited by: "pibpob" 16th Jun 2015

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pibpob

Power in is not the same as power out and for many other reasons doesn't … Power in is not the same as power out and for many other reasons doesn't tell you how well it will work. The reliance on a single number because "bigger must be better" has lead to the ridiculous increase in power consumption of vacuum cleaners resulting in the EC having to step in to protect the public from their own stupidity.



AGREED! Poeple are stpuid!

Picked one up today. Nice and compact, the bottles are only small though so will not fit a great deal in per serving.

It also states do not put in hard stuff like nuts and seeds etc, also only put ice in if you have liquid in also. So, do not expect a great deal from this but should be good enough to quickly blitz fruit.

Not powered mine up yet but will do later on.

Mine doesn't work ... Have I done something wrong ?
I followed the instructions (apart from the adding the ingredients part) but nothing works ...
Any suggestions ??
Thanks

Does it have an interlock preventing the motor starting unless it's closed up properly? If so, you might have to twist it a bit harder.

pibpob

Does it have an interlock preventing the motor starting unless it's … Does it have an interlock preventing the motor starting unless it's closed up properly? If so, you might have to twist it a bit harder.


Thank you Pibpob for your answer but it turns out that the problem didn't come from the machine at all. My ever-so-helpful boyfriend decided to removed the small piece with the screw... (thinking it was packaging ! )
It works much better now that it's back in place !

have you got more of the smoothie maker please

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