Argos Value Range White Power Hand Mixer Reviews
Product Type: Argos mixers
Description:Brand: Argos / Type: Hand / Speed Settings: 5 Speeds / Power Output: 120 Watts / Chrome Beaters
Newest Review: ... always somewhere I check due to its convenient location for me. When I saw that Argos did a hand mixer for this price, I ... more
Customer Argos Value Range White Power Hand Mixer Reviews (16)
by - written on 18/09/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I cook from scratch whenever possible after do a bit of baking in my spare time too, but due to a very hectic schedule, it is not something I get time to do on a regular basis. I always make sure I have a hand mixer in the kitchen as it comes in handy for both cooking and baking, but as it doesn't get used as often as I would like, my current hand mixer is a cheap and cheerful one that I purchased around a year ago when my previous one stopped working. The one I currently own is the Argos Value Hand Mixer which I purchased for around the £6.00 mark. I am quite a savvy shopper and shop around where possible to ensure the best price and Argos is always somewhere ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Many people may baulk at the very idea of purchasing a 'value range' electrical product, but why pay substantially more for a top end item with all the numerous multiple and variable speeds and settings, switches and other bells and whistles that could go on it, when all you are ever going to use is perhaps one tenth of that capability that will perfectly satisfy the majority of your needs? Hence, I'm a sort of an advocate of shop's value ranges when it comes to small electrical items because very often in my experience, I've found them to be perfectly acceptable for my own needs - simple, basic and does the job - and all at a very good price. Thus, this Argos Value ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I've never owned an electric hand mixer or any other type of blender, but since I've been making my own skin care items I've been coveting one to whip up my shea butter nice and light. The cheapest I'd been able to find one in my local Tesco and other supermarkets was £9.99 (despite them only recently selling this type of thing for £5), so I was delighted but dubious at the same time when I spotted one in Argos for £4.99. However I thought what the hell, if it works a few times it will have paid for itself so off I went and bought it. The box is nice and neat minimising packaging, the contents are the whisk, two beaters and an instruction booklet, which to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/11 (Very useful, 121 readings)
When faced with the prospect of buying any electrical gizmos, I generally tend to select the second cheapest one I can find. The Argos Value Hand Mixer, however, costs under a fiver from the Argos catalogue shop and at that price, you can't go wrong really, can you? Especially since the next least expensive hand mixer in Argos - though still inexpensive, at about £8, is almost double the price of the cheaper one. Argos always try to flog you an extended warranty when you buy an electrical item from them, and it's telling that the three year purchase cover for the blender is 99p - just under a quarter of the price of the item itself. (I didn't bother with that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
My eldest son is 13 and in his own words is "like really into cooking right now innit". To be honest although I know I should be happy that a teenager has mustered some enthusiasm for something other than the Xbox or the internet, he does make quite a bit of mess and seems a lot less enthusiastic when it comes to clearing and cleaning up the aftermath. He has also inherited my ability to break things with little of no effort. Lucky lad! So, as he is more Oliver Hardy than Jamie Oliver, I decided to buy him his own cookery bits and pieces. Although he might have pastry to burn unfortunately I don't have money to burn ... Read the complete review
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