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AdvantagesEasy and safe to use, makes making certain foods really easy, reliable and efficient model

DisadvantagesNone from me!

...I had been looking at getting a new hand held blender for a few months, mine was a simple Tesco Value one and whilst it had served its purpose really well, it was getting old and grubby and the noise it made when it was in motion did not sound too healthy. I did question about even replacing it as I have a food processor so I can do a lot of blending with an attachment o this but then it is...

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“Value hand blender”

published 17/08/2011

AdvantagesWorks well

DisadvantagesDoesn't come apart

...I have been making baby food at home now for a while and whilst at home I have a perfectly good Philips Hand Blender that does the job well but when we visit my parents which we do once or twice a week I wanted a hand blender there so I didn't have to keep on carting the Philips blender from one house to another. A quick search in Tescos and I came across their value hand blender which cost me...

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AdvantagesEasy to use and hold, good value for money, helps speed up the cooking process

DisadvantagesNot so good on bulkier foods or cuts of meat top but a simple hand held blender, after all if you have red any of my previous reviews, the simpler the appliance the better and with something like this I seem to get on so much more better with the hand held version as opposed to the bulky work top version! The actual hand held blender that I am using at the moment is the Sainsbury?s Hand Held blender. It will cost you just £4.89, how...

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