Ready Steady Cook Glass Blender Reviews
Product Type: Ready Steady Cook blenders
Description:Manufacturer: Ready Steady Cook
Newest Review: ... and a spout for pouring your creations and a raised grip to remove the lid. It says Ready Steady Cook in white, red and green ... more
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Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
Customer Ready Steady Cook Glass Blender Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/02/13 (Very useful, 184 readings)
I am getting a little bit more adventurous with my cooking and my hand blender just wasn't cutting it anymore. I am also completely rubbish at getting anywhere near my five a day with fruit and vegetables, and thought it would be quicker if I threw them in a blender and made a smoothie. And so I bought the Ready Steady Cook Smoothie Maker from Argos. What does the product do? The product promises to product your food perfectly every time using 5 different speeds. It claims that it will help you make the perfect smoothies, soups, sauces and milkshakes. About the product The body of the product is glass so you can see how your food inside ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/12, updated on 03/04/13 (Useful, 112 readings)
This blender is well made. It seems solid and apart from my own error reassembling it after cleaning it has been brilliant. The glass jug is now a must for me when picking a blender. The weight gives it some stability and it means you can blend soups whilst the liquid is still fairly hot (but be careful....probably not recommended by the manufactures) It has 2 different speed setting and a 'quick blast' setting. WHich is more than enough for most uses. My only issues so far are: 1. There is an o-ring in the base which you remove when cleaning the blender. I put this back a little bit wrong and the blades broke it meaning that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/12 (Very useful, 196 readings)
When Lauren was younger, I really struggled to get her to eat fruit and I was concerned she was not getting her 5 a day so I decided to try and make her some smoothies. After a bit of investigation against price and customer ratings, I spotted this one at Argos and decided to buy. The product retails for around £34.99 (although at the time I think we paid just under £30) and is available from Argos, Amazon, Comet, Home Base etc. As I said, we purchased ours from Argos as I love the fact that you can check stock and reserve on line so as not to have a wasted journey. The blender has a black base (I liked this as it fitted in nicely with the décor of ... Read the complete review
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