Breville VBL030 Antony Worrall Thompson Reviews
Product Type: Breville blenders
Description:Model ID VBL03001 /
Newest Review: ... bowls. One one side for the blender bowl it will: chop, mix, shred/grate, whisk. One the other side for the smoothie bowl ... more
Customer Breville VBL030 Antony Worrall Thompson Reviews (7)
by - written on 10/08/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Whenever I make cocktails I always like to top them off with some crushed ice. There are several options as to going about this: one is placing all the ice cubes in a bag and whacking them with a rolling pin. While therapeutic, however, this method very often results in the bag sustaining tears, shards of ice flying around the kitchen and (once) a sore thumb. Another dubious method I once resorted to was treating the cubes to hand-blender treatment. That was messy, and one I didn't repeat. Perhaps the most effective method though, or certainly the safest, is placing the ice in a blender. If the blender is equipped with an individual ice crushing function as this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
I bought this partly because I'm a sucker for anything with flashing lights and buttons. It was expensive, though not ruinously so. The selection of programs was an attractive feature, though I haven't really made full use of it. It has programs for cake, puree, dips, ice crush, blend, smoothies, chop, shakes and a pulse setting. There are also plus and minus settings for adding or subtracting time and of course a stop button. Each button has a red led to show that it is operating. Ther is an interlock to prevent it operating without the jug attached. The lid has a removable centre made of clear plastic and graduated to 70ml. In operation it is noisy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
You can purchase blenders which are very cheap at around £5 these ones are very basic and do the bare minimum, this one however offers so much more and offers a wide range of functions which is very pleasing for the user. It makes your process so much simpler and more effective and even though you do pay far more for this I believe it is worth paying more for a product which will do everything you need it to do. Price The price for this 1.5L Antony Worrall Thompson blender was around £65 when I first purchased it. Even though this price does seem a bit expensive I have blenders which I paid much less for and the difference in quality is very easy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/11 (Very useful, 13 readings)
I was given this blender as a Christmas present (yeah I know how wonderful) and I initially thought it looked really cool, with it's square jug being in line with the base, all very smart and sleek. There are lots of buttons on the front for various different settings and each one has a red LED that lights up when it's been used. I have to admit I haven't used all of the settings, as my title suggests I really only use this for making my morning smoothie and the odd soup. It copes well with all the fruit I put into it, even the straight from the freezer frozen packs, so it seems to be pretty powerful. I've even had a couple of ice cubes in it and they caused ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I use blenders mainly to liquidise my chunky soup into a broth or to mix up stuff for baking. I bought this one because it looked fancy and had a lot of capacity to it and it came with 2 mixing bowls, one for smoothie looking purposes and one for more meaner blending purposes. The two coloumns of buttons correspond to the two mixing bowls. One one side for the blender bowl it will: chop, mix, shred/grate, whisk. One the other side for the smoothie bowl it will: puree, ice crush, smoothie, blend. The two bowls both have a 1.5 litre capacity which is great for creating a meal for loads of people... but the the 800w motor ... Read the complete review
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