Never used ours. Hand blender just as effective and told to just mush it.
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Great blenders and this is a fantastic price. Just be careful how you clean the blade attachment. Never immerse it in water or it'll only last a year (replacement was about £15 for me). Clean it by filling the bowl with clean water, re-attaching the blade and give it a good swill!
If anyone is near to Peterborough john Lewis they have two red ones for £200 each. They may not be there anymore but they were at 2pm. Not worth posting as will probably be locally discounted.
Price is good but RRP is overinflated. £305 on eBay
It's probably worth mentioning that these are ceramic disk valves. Personally I would never buy any tap now that wasn't
I have one but its started leaking - the seals go on the blade part - but Breville are pretty good at replacing them for free ( on my 3rd one now)
I have one of these, bloody brilliant for the price!! Heat
It's a different deal, I'd rather Amazon for easy returns if something goes wrong. I'd struggle to find a use for a second bottle. But as they say you pays your money and you makes your choice.
Argos with 19.99 is the better deal as you get 2x600ml bottles with model # VBL062. This one here is VBL075 has a single 600ml bottle
Was lucky to find this in sainsburys for £12.99 a while back. Great little machine.
Voters rarely vote on quality, they vote on reduction from "RRP" Still, this price for a 1200W motor from a proper company seems quite good. Not sure why that Amazon reviewer is moaning about plastic jugs - I've had glass blender jugs and they're heavy, and annoying because you have to be extra careful with them.
Decent enough German review; https://www.smoothie-mixer.de/aeg-sb9300-gourmetpro-standmixer-test-erfahrungen
It is now but it's been a lot more expensive previously and averaged £300 from Amazon over the last year. Agree that can't imagine they sold many at £300 though £67 is still over a 40% saving from £114 so not a bad discount regardless I thought.
Products are still built in Germany regardless of being owned by Electrolux.
It's available elsewhere online for around £114 so the 400 quid retail price is fantasy.
Not really, I think I was the only one stupid enough to pay the asking price.
When I was 18 I was dating a girl who worked for a kitchen design company, one morning she woke me up in a panic asking if id seen the smeg cookery book she'd borrowed from work!
Sounds like a popular girl
My ex has really dropped her price...
How does this compare to the Breville?
The picture is misleading as it shows you more items than you will actually get (extra tall cup, storage lid and blade attachment). That's not to say it's a bad deal. I paid £40 for the Salter Nutri Pro from RD last year. The Salter looks nicer than the Tower and the cups appear to be of much higher quality, but I couldn't tell you if the smoothies taste any better! Salter model here: https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/salter-red-1-litre-1000w-ek2320bm-nutri-max-multi-blender Another benefit of the Salter is that you can buy additional cups and lids for it (I paid £10 for 2 extra cups and lids), I don't know about the Tower model.
useful to know in future, ta!
Thanks for your message. I've found this video on YouTube that I'm going to try since it's quite a bit of wobble at a lower setting.
i get a bit of wobbling too, but its never been an issue/worry.... what speed are you mixing on? i never really take it over halfway. i suspect taking it higher that that isn't a good idea, but then why would you want to
Hi, I have trouble with this model with thicker dough. The head wobbles up and down when it's working. Any tips? Thanks
i make pizza dough regularly with this exact same model and it doesnt break a sweat. i use 1kg flour and 600ml water to make 6-9 dough balls. any more would have trouble fitting in the bowl if left to rest. if you're wanting to make larger batches in one go, then you may want to consider something more powerful
Heat added, because it looks like a beautiful fridge freezer (unicorn)
'Empire Red', apparently. Which empire?
haha sounds like too much work in cold or rainy weather (lol) (lol) (lol)
Yes think more like ice cubes and frozen peas and a massive chest freezer in the garage :D
Cheers OP needed a replacement great timing!
B&Q has some mixer taps on clearance if it helps anyone
Very easy to replace, but as said it depends on access to the nut holding your existing tap on. Most modern sinks and cabinets are not friendly for plumbing when it come to replacing things.
They have bath mixer taps in the same range with 55% off. https://www.screwfix.com/p/watersmith-heritage-clyde-bath-mixer-tap/7974p
I also didn’t find this model great overall, not just the low ish power IMO better to get a good one than to keep rebuying different ones and have junk sitting around and ££ and time wasted
Cheers, this backs up what I have heard. Will look at a more powerful one
I believe mine is the most basic one. It can crush ice a bit, but not that well. Better than nothing, but I'd get a better one tbh. I wouldn't repurchase and def not for £20. Wouldn't pay more than £10. Mine has sat unused for over a year
Just got one from Argos same price with 2 600ml bottles-blurb says it can crush ice as long as there's also some liquid in there.
okay, just no free 2 weeks membership then which worth 20 quid
Thank you op picked it up today and seems nice and quiet, 2 year warranty too.
They are Noe no longer made by Braun but made under licence by Delongi. May last as long but not the Braun you will be used too.
My favourite kitchen gadget. Had mine for over 10yrs. Broke one of the blades for the pots. Found a replacement online. Recently broke the cover of the larger pot. So guess I'll be shopping again
1% quidco if you use a code (lol)
Finally I want a plastic headed one for my non stick pans this'll do me as mines dying. Thanks for posting will buy it ASAP. Anyone know if I was to go instore if I can get it same price or not?
I doubt they will honour the 10 years also, from what I gather the weak spot on all of these is the lever. At least when fitted with the flexi pipes it's a quick job to replace. I see you fitted the Lidl one, does the tap lever feel quite sturdy?
Purchased the kitchen tap last night and just fitted it. Much easier to fit than other taps with the traditional fittings. So far so good and looks and feels well worth the money although time will tell!
You really think you will get a 10 year warranty from a Chinese company? You will be lucky if you get anything more than a year and that will be due to being able to force the companies hand via amazon. I would stay clear and buy something from a UK supplier.
I'm no expert but the product is fulfilled by Amazon so I'm not so worried and should be fast delivery etc... Dormifun storefront 5 out of 5 stars97% positive in the last 12 months (182 ratings) Dormifun is committed to providing each customer with the highest standard of customer service. "NO WORRY" Policy: 10 years warranty, 30 days return policy and better after-sales services → 100% satisfaction Fulfilled by Amazon Returns – right of withdrawal You can return a Marketplace order within 30 days from delivery, exercising your right of withdrawal. For Fulfilled by Amazon orders, returns are handled by Amazon in compliance with the Amazon.co.uk Return Policy. Legal warranty If a product turns out to be faulty or not as advertised, you may be entitled to free of charge repair, replacement or refund. Read more on legal warranty.
Looks like the seller is based in China.
I bought my Vitamix 8 years ago. They are expensive but well worth it. Mine is used daily. Can make hot soup from raw ingredients without a heating element. Just uses blade friction to heat to boiling point. Will also make instant ice cream from frozen fruit and cream.
I think commercial has 3 years warranty Refurbished currently at john.lewis for 239 with 5 years warranty
Search item 173673654746 on ebay to see what it looks like
Does anybody have an actual website link to the product? I can’t seem to find that particular Vitamix model
Just up the road from me, might pop in and get some.....if I knew what this is
These come with 5 year warranty anyway. Why does it seem only glass bowl versions are available everywhere? Plenty of complaints online of the plastic bit at the bottom of the bowl breaking or getting stuck in the base. I have the metal bowl version and that's heavy enough when full anyway I imagine the glass one will be a pain to lift.
Yes that's a good point. I'd probably consider them too.
Good find OP. Also available at John Lewis for £179. Yes, it is £10 more but it will have the 2-year guarantee. The black colour way is £174. https://www.johnlewis.com/kenwood-kmix-kmx754-stand-mixer/cream/p3168282