The HAND MIXER without the bowl is only £12.50 ! Same power and speeds with turbo, possibly not all attachments. So is the bowl worth the extra £7.50 ? Reviews suggest the bowl might be to small, so if you have some PYREX bowls of various sizes, they would be possibly longer lasting and easier to clean ? If you get SAINSBURYS home grocery delivery, the units can be added to the order (obviously if in stock). Total delivery can be as low as £1.
We bought sommat similar for around about the same price some while ago.. but had a steel bowl which rotated itself in addition to the hooks to help the mixing process.. good piece of kit if you don't wanna shell out for a kenwood chef Just read, the bowl rotates too (in Q&A)
(same company - same deal) - only difference is one you pick up instore and take to the checkout, the other you fill in a "betting slip" and wait for them to bring to the counte
I feel like the mixer is not long enough and I always have to help it mixing properly. I'd give it a miss.
Same price in Argos and can be delivered if that helps anyone https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8934848
Well reviews need to be treated for what they are worth. One liner reviews, even if praise, don't hold much value for me. I'd rather know what to be aware of, rather than simple yeah it's great.
gets excellent reviews. And was a bargain at £10. Sadly all gone now and almost double the price. I think they had a misproce on this and the kettle. Both get very good reviews. that one gets bad reviews.
Going to go for this which is being sold without a deal promo for £12.50. Its looks suit the brushed St. Steel fraternity.
Still deliberating if I get it or not. 4th toaster on its last legs courtesy of "someone" who thinks punching the toaster will release jammed-in chunky doorstop bread slice. Since that fatal blow to the head, current toaster has a mind of its own and stops toasting when you want to multi-task. It wants you there, looking at it, otherwise it pings the circuit off.
Very cheaply made really not much use The toaster and kettles are very slow and hit and miss.
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It doesn't though, does it? Even ignoring that your comment makes no sense. An Aeropress makes Aeropress coffee, a single cup hybrid form of immersion and filter brewing. Those hundred pound machines are usually espresso machines, which make espresso, which the Aeropress can't make. They don't try to make Aeropress coffee. You could say the same about a £5 plastic V60. You're talking about different techniques for different types of coffee. And even an Aeropress is defunct without a decent, fresh grind, from at least a decent steel burr hand grinder, which would cost more than twice the price of this spice chopper.
Would you say the same about an aeropress that costs just £20.00 and out performs coffee machines costing hundreds...
I feel your pain! (lol)
This a really good deal if you gind spices or mushrooms getting a good device for less than £20 is a real find. Thanks to the OP. With regards to coffee I buy ese bags and am happy. If I pound them I get a head ache.
Posted 20th Dec 2021Posted 20th Dec 2021LocalLocal
I wouldn't buy a cookworks kettle ever again after Pyramid one failed RCD on new years day which took some debugging to work out itself Trusty backup Carlton plastic kettle decades old works in same socket. I would worry about them being electrically safe based on this experience.
I've lost count at amount of years I've had this kettle. It has served me well. The blue light has only just died but the kettle still works
Here's a similar one from Asda at £15 which changes colours as it goes through the boiling process. Two year guarantee too! It has been as low as £12 in the past. https://direct.asda.com/george/home/kettles-toasters/fast-boil-glass-kettle-ggk403c-21/050948959,default,pd.html?cgid=D26M10G10C06
The spout on this kettle is terrible. it would be far better if it came to a point rather than the wide curved opening. As when pouring boiling water, the water “falls out” so to speak rather then pours out. Design flaw. Apart from that it’s good for the price.
Bought one a few weeks ago, I’ll be honest it’s aesthetically nice, the blue boiling thing is pretty cool. It does take a while to boil though and isn’t the best pourer … 6.5/10
Posted 8th Dec 2021Posted 8th Dec 2021
Cookworks Plastic Kettle - White, £6.50 (Free click and collect) at Argos£6.50Argos Deals
Nice offer. Enjoy a quick cuppa with this white Cookworks kettle. Get the teas in for visitors fast with the 1.7 litre capacity and the rapid boil. And the quiet boil feature means no dis…
I have one. It's fine. I have no issues at all. I don't have any issues. One of the better cheap kettles
Interwebs says drinking water boiled in a plastic kettle,will cause you to drop down,dead,just saying. ;) . For those edgy types who like living potentially dangerously,the deals hot,though at the rated 2200w you'll be waiting.....a while.
I've had one of these for about 10 years with no issues at all.
Tesco also have their basic one for the same price.
Posted 8th Dec 2021Posted 8th Dec 2021
Cookworks Electric Hand Mixer - White for £7.50 (free click & collect) @ Argos£7.50Argos Deals
Whizz up your egg whites or blitz your cake batters with the Cookworks hand mixer. 2 flat beaters, 5 speeds and a turbo setting make light work of mixing missions. Power output 200 watt…
I'm going to be completely honest with you... I haven't used it yet, I've not even opened the box 😁😁😁😁
Ah well, probably pay near that for one toastie bought in a cafe here near London anyway, so worth a go, ha. Ty
This or should I pay an extra nearly £30 for one that prints a storm trooper on the bread
Tower do one that you can remove the non stick plates for cleaning. It does mean you can also do waffles and panini's, but you will have to max your card out as it does weigh in at a massive £38 quid. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tower-T27020RG-Sandwich-Maker-Watts/dp/B0877MH1LK/ref=asc_df_B0877MH1LK/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=427881384162&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=6773293635338257364&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9044862&hvtargid=pla-1102134495272&psc=1&th=1&psc=1&tag=&ref=&adgrpid=99265826283&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvadid=427881384162&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=6773293635338257364&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9044862&hvtargid=pla-1102134495272
Unfortunately, the price has went up now. Seems Direct Vacuums may have this "Refurbished" (sometimes they restock) for £6.99 https://www.directvacuums.co.uk/cookworks-hb951h6-3-in-1-hand-blender-chopper-and-mixer-1-1l-600w-white.html
Thanks for taking the time to post this @pradkpm
Read the reviews, they are terrible. . 3 goes then leave for 20 mins or the motor burns out. That is if it has not broken before then!
Any one brought this? Thoughts?
Posted 11th Oct 2021Posted 11th Oct 2021
Cookworks Coffee And Herb Grinder - £11.50 @ Sainsbury's£11.50£2350% offSainsbury's Deals
Get up and get grinding with the Cookworks coffee and herb grinder. This handy bit of kitchen kit is perfect for pounding your coffee into a fine powder or bashing your herbs to bits. So you…