If you’re a fan of soup, the a hand blender is just the thing; less washing up for a start! Check out our review of the HB724 Triblade, one of our favourite hand blenders, and find out why we think it’s perhaps the best hand blender around.
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Andrew James appliances are a fantastic option for the budget conscious, and they tend to every bit as good as their more expensive counterparts. This powerful 700 watt hand blender is one of the most powerful hand blenders on the market, and one of the cheapest. But is it any good? Join us as we take it for a spin and find out.
If you only want to blend up the odd soup, then you’re probably not going to want to splash too much cash on a hand blender. In that case, Philips have got you covered, with their cost-effective HR1363. But does this super cheap hand blender really work, or is it best to stump up a little more cash? Check out our review to find out.
If you’re a fan of cocktails, then you’re going to want a powerful ice crushing blender. The HR2160 from Philips packs the necessary punch in a cheap and cheerful package. But does it really cope with all the ice you can throw at it? Find out in our review.
If you’re looking for a cheap jug blender then you’ve probably laid eyes on the super-cheap BL400 at some point. We’ve had a good look at this budget blender, and we simply can’t give it our seal of approval. Find out why in our exclusive review.
This hand blender from Russell Hobbs is available for around 10 pounds! Surely it must be worth it at that price? We don’t think so; in fact we think it’s a waste of money and time to settle for this device. Find out why in our review.
If you’re soup fan like me, then this clever little gadget will have you licking your lips! This soup maker fries your onions, cooks your ingredients and then blends everything up into a creamy soup! But is it as good as doing things the old fashioned way? Check out our review and find out.
We weren’t impressed with the last Russell Hobbs blender that we looked at, but we believe in second chances here at Kitchenables! Let’s take a look at the Russell Hobbs Desire, an attractive and stylish hand blender, and see if they can redeem themselves!
Unfortunately, this jug blender from Philips is yet another blender to steer well clear of. Wondering why? Check out our review and find out why we think you should spend your hard earned cash on a different model.
We’re big fans of the Triblade series of hand blenders, and the HB711 is cheap enough to mean that anyone can afford it. But is the Triblade just as good without the bells and whistles that come with the more expensive model? Find out what we think, in our detailed review.