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Best smoothie maker/blender

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iamthedanger Wed 03-Dec-14 19:59:35

Looking for one in the £50 region. Must have ice crusher and be of decent quality, possible a glass jug. I've looked at so many I cant think straight anymore. TIA

mothermirth Thu 04-Dec-14 07:16:42

Bumping for you as I'd like to know the answer too smile

Wharm14 Thu 04-Dec-14 07:23:27

I got the Breville one, I'm sorry I can't recall the model at present but it's currently on offer in Debenhams for £25 down from around £50 I think. It comes with a blender stick with two speed settings, a tall plastic jug with measurements on the side which is great for making smoothies, a small chopping pot which does my onions a treat but also does ice I think and a mini whisk which I've not really found a use for yet but I've got a kitchen aid so don't really need the whisk. I'll google the model and post a link later once I've got to work. I love it and it's been the best kitchen accessory I've bought for ages smile

Wharm14 Thu 04-Dec-14 07:25:38

Found the link on my phone, here you go

westcountrywoman Thu 04-Dec-14 07:26:48

I bought a lovely one in Sainsburys (own brand) about 2 years ago. Glass jug, could crush ice. About £25-£30 IIRC.

Wharm14 Thu 04-Dec-14 07:27:04

Me again, in case the link doesn't work, it's the Breville VHB060 3 in 1 hand blender, £25 down from £50.

iamthedanger Thu 04-Dec-14 09:15:32

Thank you so much!

Newhere2 Thu 04-Dec-14 09:21:57

what about the nutribullet? Its a little over the price range but I think there are a few specials around. I use mine all the time.

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