Asda Smart Price Hand Blender Reviews
Product Type: Asda blenders
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Handheld / Speeds: 2
Newest Review: ... the job great. It was unfortunate that after 4 weeks use this product broke but with the asda guarantee I got a full refund ... more
Customer Asda Smart Price Hand Blender Reviews (30)
by - written on 09/10/12 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I bought this Asda hand held blender for making soups when I started being a bit heath conscious and trying to drop a few kilos. -----The Asda hand held blender---- The blender comes packaged in a basic cardboard box together with a minimal instruction book that describeds the safety regulations (CE marking etc.) and how to operate the appliance. It plugs in via a cord that is around three quarters of a metre long which is reasonable for moving the blender around. There is a simple on and off switch to turn on the blender a choce of two speeds (fast or really fast) which mean you can control splashing. The blending section ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/12 (Very useful, 94 readings)
The start of a year, what is your New Year reselution? Mines in too eat more healthy and loose a few lbs for my holiday with my family. My boyfriend has got rather large muscles and next to him I just feel frumpy, although this year on my holiday I plan to look reem (beautiful). I was going to try the Special K diet of a bowl of cerial for breakfast, lunch and a normal dinner at dinner time. Personaly I dont think that is for me, I would be starving all day, I love my food too much. My friend suggested that I have Special K for my breakfast with stawberries, home made soup for my lunch, and a normal dinner. I know ot sounds a bit silly but I had never made soup before in Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I was given a hand blender as a gift when we moved into our house but it wasn't a particularly expensive one and it died a death not long ago. A hand blender is a really handy item to own, but isn't something I tend to use on a regular basis so I didn't wish to spend a fortune on one. We don't have a particularly local Asda, but travel to our nearest one now and again to do a big shop for a change. Whilst we were there I found the Asda Smartprice Hand Blender which was available at a very reasonable price of just £4.59 so I purchased it. This was about as basic as hand blenders can get, but if you are quite a novice in the kitchen like me and only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/11 (Very useful, 87 readings)
In previous reviews I have mentioned how my husband and I grow many of our own vegetables and it is always around this time of year that we can usually end up with a glut of tomatoes or even courgettes, which we simply couldn't eat all of. In an effort to make the most of the fresh vegetable, last year I started making homemade soup, and used our large blender to puree the soup before freezing, however this proved a lot of hassle having to transfer the soup to the blender from the soup dish on the hob, and I decided that I would get a hand blender in the future. With a baby on the way, I decided I would just get one, since it would be useful not only for my soups but .. Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Most kitchen appliances these days seem to cost a small fortune, everything has to be stylish modern and fit in with the rest of your kitchen. I've been slightly guilty of buying things for the same reasons, my toaster kettle and other bits and pieces are all in brushed stainless steel so they all match. - - - The Blender - - - The blender is simple in design and fits well in the hand, it's plain white plastic with turquoise rubber for the buttons. It is simple and easy to clean, the blending rod can be easily removed and is dishwasher safe. You simply twist and pull the blending rod from the actual blender handle and it's ready to be cleaned, ... Read the complete review
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