Philips HR1355 Reviews
Product Type: Philips blenders
Newest Review: ... the toughest ingredients to my knowledge. The cord length is a generous 1.3m which allows you to move the blender around ... more
Customer Philips HR1355 Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/09/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I've been using the Philips HR1355 for a few weeks as a replacement for my old handheld blender. It retails at around £37 and does exactly what it promises. Specs - The HR1355 runs on around 220V and has a max power of 300W making it a very powerful blender and allowing it to blitz even the toughest ingredients to my knowledge. The cord length is a generous 1.3m which allows you to move the blender around freely when needed. Especially useful due to the fact the blender is a hefty 38.5X7X7cm and so requires quite a lot of space to handle. The beaker that comes with the blender takes a capacity of 0.5L and is very useful for storage as well as blending ... Read the complete review
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