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AdvantagesInexpensive, comfortable grip, effective, long-lasting

DisadvantagesSlight difficulty cleaning vents

...I bought my Moulinex hand-mixer around five years ago, for about £10. Previously I had had larger mixers, the kind that come with a stand and a bowl. However I had found some distinct disadvantages with this type of mixer: for one thing, they either take up a great deal of space on the kitchen work surfaces, or get packed away in a cupboard and then it's a nuisance to get them out. Then there...

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“Mediocre Moulinex”

published 17/09/2012

AdvantagesLooks good, has glass jug, easy to clean

DisadvantagesNo safety catch for lid, bad design of jug base, doesn't blend thoroughly

...expensive. We also rejected the cheapest, which appeared to be somewhat flimsy. That left us with about three options, and we did rather swither between a sturdy-looking Bosch, and a couple of Moulinex blenders. Buying the Blender The one I liked best from the design point of view was the Moulinex 241, which had a glass jug rather than the usual plastic one, and a black base which I knew would look...

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AdvantagesGood quality, will keep a child entertained, part of the Lego City range.

DisadvantagesCould be larger.

...will always have one item that a child has at the top of his or her shopping list. Here we have the Concrete Mixer from the Lego City range. This is a range designed to depict the kind of things you would see in a city. A concrete mixer is certainly something you would see in a city, and the mini figure is of a driver, complete with hard hat for the building site. There is no sign of a scruffy...

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