Tommee Tippee Explora Baby Food Blender was £19.99 now £10.00 @ Asda
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Tommee Tippee Explora Baby Food Blender was £19.99 now £10.00 @ Asda

Mod & Ed 14
Mod & Ed
Found 18th Apr 2013
Was £19.99 now £10, it is currently £12.95 del @ Amazon so will pop link to them in 1st post in case you perefer to get home del. Elsewhere it is £15.99 @ Argos & full price @ Tesco, Mothercare & Boots. Great reviews, I bought a couple last year for friends newborn hampers when they had it on offer previously & had very positive feedback about them.
This small and handy food blender helps you make the perfect portion sized meals for your baby.



Use it to blend fruit and vegetables into smooth purees or for a slightly chunkier texture. It comes with a 2 speed setting and has a pulse action so you’re in total control.



Details

•Perfect for blending small portions
•Two speed settings for different textures purees, mash and chunks
•Easy to clean - container and blade suitable for dishwasher
•Pulse action
•Lid safety lock
•Non slip rubber feet

14 Comments

tnx these deals r great. heat added.x

Original Poster Mod & Ed

Nicely

Banned

I have this and after 2 months I needed to send to TT as it fall apart. They sent a new one and have not used since...

nice thanks

Don't buy this. I have it and its awful. It's so loud it gives you a headache and smells of burning.

We got a kenwood mini blender instead and seemed to get much better reviews.

Hot because it's a good price but I only used it for about 3 months. A stick blender is better for long term.

thanks op!

This is a bit of a waste of money tbh, as said above it smells of burning, it's very noisy and it doesn't even blend very well - a cheap hand blender is a better investment.

Good price I wouldn't bother to be honest a cheap hand blender is just as good and less cleaning. Also not needed for long but still good for anyone that likes their gadgets.

why so hot? take note of what some people have said... i got a cheap asda one, don't ask me why, but decided to steam sterilise it... it melted on 2nd use... was not about to go out and but a new new one as i remebered I got a hand blender hinding from the days when currys give away free vouchers. Anyway, striaght to the point, blend up in avent via cups and hey presto... no extra bits to wash up. Wish i listened... waste of money. excuse the sp, holding babba

Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog PLAYPENNIES

http://www.playpennies.com/images/thanks_playpennies.png

You can get a basic stick hand blender for £5 in asda or tesco.

If its just for weaning......current uk guidelines are that you start weaning at 6 months and you do not puree at all!! So no real need for this blender at all!!

I started solids with my son at 6.5 months and we blended nothing!
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