Argos Hand Blender Reviews
Product Type: Argos blenders
Newest Review: ... blender that I bought had two different speed settings but the Argos Value Hand Blender only has one setting and so the blue ... more
Customer Argos Hand Blender Reviews (5)
by - written on 19/08/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
=== The product === This is a 'stick' blender from the Argos value range. === Putting it together === The blender is two pieces that are very simple to slot together. You have the top part, the handle, which has the power cord attached to it complete with plug. The bottom part clicks in to place easily to the handle and this part has the one blade on it. This is very simple to put together and obviously you just need to plug it in and then you can use it, the flex is ample enough that I can plug this in on any of my kitchen plug sockets and use it wherever I need to, that's good enough for me! === How to use this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
My boyfriend proudly presented me with this blender as an off the cuff present last summer- and they say romance is dead! I have looked on the Argos website, and it is currently available for a tiny £4.59, which really surprised me as having used it many times now, I would have priced it at around £10-£15, so I think the boy did good on this occasion! First of all, the blender comes in just two parts, and it is very easy to assemble (which I was delighted to find as I am not the most technical of people!). The first part is the handle, this has a cord leading to a plug, which is how it connects to the mains. The handle itself is quite chunky and easy to hold ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
The Argos Value Hand Blender, which at £4.59 costs less than a fiver, is a startlingly inexpensive electrical gadget for the kitchen. Usually when faced with a choice of electrical items to buy at Argos catalogue shop, I automatically opt for the second least expensive item; but I was buying this for a 'second kitchen' when we were living in a flat away from home for the purposes of work, so I just went for the most basic model available. I like these mini-blenders because while they do the job of blending food effectively, they're small enough to 'live' out on the kitchen counter-top permanently; one of the reasons I find using a proper food-processor-type blender ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
My girlfriend and I purchased this hand blender a few months back after our previous blender bit the dust after I tried to blend frozen strawberries in it - won't be trying that again with a value range blender!! As we mainly use the blender for blending soup, we decided to go for a cheap, handheld blender as we would not be blending anything of any great substance. ~The Blender~ The blender is handheld and retails currently (21/06/11) at £4.59. It has stainless steel blades and operates at a single speed. The blender is operated by a big blue button which is on the handle of the blender. The button is nice and big and makes operating the blender ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/11 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I own the Argos Value Hand Blender and this is my review of the product. I paid only £4.89 for the hand blender a few months ago which I think is really great value but I was a bit worried as to wether the blender would work well enough for me due to being such a cheap price! I did not have any problem with setting up the blender ready to use for the first time. All I had to do was take it out of the box and remove the packaging and then I had to put the two pieces of the blender together. The two pieces are the top part which has the mechanism inside it and the wire that you plug into the wall and the bottom piece which is the neck of the blender with the ... Read the complete review
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