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With its extra wide feed chute, the 2.0 kW Breville Kitchen Wizz Pro food processor takes food of all kinds and sizes, enabling you to cut longer slices and making processing faster and easier. You don't have to anymore chop potatoes into smaller pieces to fit into the chute. In fact, being 14cm at its widest, the feed chute is large enough to accept whole potato. In addition, Breville equipped the food processor with the variable 24-setting slicing disc, so you can select the slices from a paper thin 0.5mm all the way up to a thick 8.0mm.
Posted August 20, 2012 4:36 PM
A hand mixer must be easy to handle and use, and it must be quiet. These requirements top the consumer list of demands and AEG HM6200 hand mixer is easy, compact and yes, very quiet.
Posted July 28, 2012 9:55 AM
The Bistro 2-speed electric blender from Bodum is the handy kitchen tool, featuring a stainless steel shaft, a durable plastic body which provides very comfortable grip, 3 different stainless attachments and a high mixing vessel with silicone lid. Bodum electric blender is available in 4 different colours. You can use it for the preparation of soups, drinks and nutritious children food. The blender is easy and fun to work with.
Posted January 10, 2012 10:42 AM
If you are looking for an affordable and powerful blending performance, you can not go wrong with the stylish VillaWare blender. Elegant, yet very strong, it offers integrated stainless blades for outstanding variable power and total control. The 50 oz. rectangular glass jar helps deliver consistent blend results and precision pouring every time. You can now effortlessly blend, mix, crush, grind or liquefy all kinds of ingredients.
Posted October 20, 2011 11:49 AM
The stylish Timetron blender comes with 2-speed 525 Watt motor, Pulse function, 1.3 litre glass jar and stainless steel blade. Available in two colours. Timetron.
Posted September 6, 2011 1:30 PM