Argos Range Liquidiser Reviews
Product Type: Argos blenders
Description:Brand: Argos / Type: Liquidiser
Newest Review: ... more power is needed if the ingredients are not liquidising effectively. The Argos Value Liquidiser has three metal blades ... more
Customer Argos Range Liquidiser Reviews (13)
by - written on 07/06/12 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Last summer, in the middle of milkshake season, our blender packed up. Well, I say it packed up, but what I think happened was a too-large lump of Haagen-Dazs broke the blades (it's very tasty ice cream, but it comes out of the freezer ridiculously solid). It was time for a new blender. Despite the fact that it is a piece of kitchen equipment that we use a lot, for milkshakes in summer and soup in winter, it didn't occur to me that spending a bit more to get a higher quality model would be sensible. No, I decided to be thrifty and buy the Argos Value Liquidiser. Currently priced at £9.99, which is what I paid last summer, the Argos Value Liquidiser is very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/13 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Over the past year I have been trying to be a bit more healthy, so I thought it would be a great time to start making some simple smoothies and healthy milkshakes to get more fruit into my diet. I was on a look out for a a juicer or a smoothie maker at first, but due to some of the prices being a bit over my budget, and reaching a consensus that an ordinary blender should be able to make smoothies and milkshakes easily I therefore decided to look for a cheap but suitable blender. == Price == I found the one I wanted while browsing though the Argos catalogue, it for me the thing that caught my eye was that the price fitted my tight ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/11 (Very useful, 259 readings)
A couple of weeks ago I bought this Liquidizer. I call it a blender. I bought it because I had been to this Milkshake place the day before called Eskimoo is Lincoln and the milks shakes are so nice that me and my boyfriend wanted to make our own. We had watched the people make them at Eskimoo and thought we would give it a try. So we went to Argos and bought the cheapest one they had, it was £10.99. To say it was the cheapest one the stats looked pretty good. All the ones that were around £20 didn't have as high wattage. The other ones were about 400 watts and this cheap one was 500. So I thought that sounds good. Also the capacity of the jug is 1.5 litres, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/12 (Very useful, 86 readings)
This is very much an entry level liquidiser and at a mere £9.99 who can argue. It is clunky, bulky and utterly void of any ergonomic grace. It's design and build is sturdy but basic. It has a blocky white plastic base ornamented about 8 inches in height with only an over sized and rudimentary operational dial that is used to control the machine. The container itself around twice the height again and is a clear plastic narrow inverted bell jar at the bottom of which is house the blade made of four triangular blades forming a star shape. The handle has little in the way of curvature for comfort and is made of the same ugly plastic as the rest of the container. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
- 400 watts - 1.5 litre plastic jug -stainless steel blades -safety interlock -non-slip feet I brought this blender as a few of the girls at work kept talking about different smoothies they had been making, and so I decided that I wanted to get in on the action and make a few myself. So not wanting to spend a fortune (I'm saving for a house deposit and wedding!) I spotted the Argos Value Range Jug Blender at £9.89, the next cheapest was a Cookworks one at £14.99. So off I went to Argos to pick up my Value Blender along with a trip to Sainsbury's for a few frozen fruits, banana's and natural yoghurt. Upon opening I realised that ... Read the complete review
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cheap and works fine
one speed, time limits for use, cheap acrylic jug
Easy to use and set up, can disassemble to clean, speedy blades
Only one speed setting
Efficient, easy to use, smart, good price.
You need to be careful when you remove the full jug from the base.
Light, easy to,hole, easy to clean
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Good way of getting kids to eat different fruits.
My kids make unhealthy shakes in it!
does a great job
Ice crushing function
Cleaning by hand takes a long time