Philips HR1364 Reviews
Product Type: Philips blenders
Description:Brand: Philips / Blender Type: Handheld / Speeds: 2 Speed / Jar Size: 33.81 oz. / Pulse Feature: Without Pulse Feature ... more
Newest Review: ... the container to do your blending or chopping. It also comes with a beaker. Philips have been around a long time so I was ... more
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Philips HR1364 Hand Blender
Chopper Whisk Beaker: 1 l
Last Update 06.12.2013 08:23
Customer Philips HR1364 Reviews (7)
by - written on 23/11/08, updated on 09/12/09 (Very useful, 929 readings)
While I adore my big Braun food processor, there are times when it just isn't the right tool for the job. Using the big bowl to grind up a soup, grate a small amount of cheese or finely chop some spices or nuts isn't always practical. Moreover, the large food processor doesn't do things like whipping up cream or egg whites. I don't have the strength to do this by hand, and my cheap electric beater is only adequate in that department. That's why I bought the Philips HR1364. I originally wanted to buy the Braun blender stick, but when the saleslady told me this Philips model was half the price of the Braun, had the exact same 600W of power and included all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/11 (Very useful, 147 readings)
I already own a Kenwood food processor, but it is quite bulky and not really worth getting out when I want to chop or blend small amounts of food. For this reason, just before Christmas, I decided to buy a hand held blender. I wanted something with a powerful motor that would not only be able to blend soups and sauces, but would be able to whisk and chop as well. Before making any purchase I always spend time reading reviews and was impressed with the positive reviews for both the Gordon Ramsay 3 in 1 cooks blender and also the Philips HR 1364 model. Unfortunately the Gordon Ramsay model was out of stock in my local Argos and too expensive from Amazon, so I opted for the Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/11, updated on 23/09/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
After the birth of my son I wanted to get myself a blender that was able to not only blend meal products as he got older and started on solids but useful for ourselves for general blending needs. I didnt however want to spend the earth on one for the sake of it. I looked around the usual home accessory shops and was shocked at some of the prices they were asking. I decided to check online and managed to find this product at amazon.com for I believe was £24.99. I was happy to pay that for a basic blender and decided to go for it. It came delivered on time and packaged really well. The blender itself comes out the box with not only the default ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/11 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I got one of these few years ago in Harvey Norman for a reasonable price (around £25), however my set didn't include the whisk as per picture. I was using it quite often for usual home cooking and was happy with it for quite some time, however it did come across a few disadvantages at the later stage. It came boxed with all the information you may need and a leaflet with instructions for use and maintenance. Only basic, bu sufficient. The hand blender itself is quite robust white plastic with rubber light violet buttons (simple on/off button and a Turbo button). The cord is long enough to use in the kitchen without hassle, not too long ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/11 (Useful, 32 readings)
There are just some times when you do not want to use a big blender and have to clean all the pieces. Enter your guardian angel on a white steed Phillip. It is a long thin hand held processor, the longest part being the blending equipment which you can very easily detach and clean without having to clean the electric part. My particular version came with all the added beakers but no whisk, much to my disappointment when making merangues as I desperately needed an electric whizzer to do the dirty work and the mixing part only made my mixture frothy instead of firm and peaky. This processor comes with 2 speeds but this is enough to do the ... Read the complete review
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