Philips HR3652/01 Avance Collection Blender with ProBlend 6 3D Technology, 1400 W, Silver

April 22, 2018 - Comment

Product Features Powerful 1400 watts motor and up to 35000 RPM for smoother blends Advanced ProBlend 6 3D blending technology unlocks more nutrients 2-liter glass jar, so you can make smoothies for everyone Manual mode with variable speeds. Pre-set program dedicated to making smoothies Detachable blades for easy rinsing

Buy Now! £159.99Amazon.co.uk Price
(as of March 7, 2020 10:07 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • Powerful 1400 watts motor and up to 35000 RPM for smoother blends
  • Advanced ProBlend 6 3D blending technology unlocks more nutrients
  • 2-liter glass jar, so you can make smoothies for everyone
  • Manual mode with variable speeds. Pre-set program dedicated to making smoothies
  • Detachable blades for easy rinsing

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Great simple settings – the best thing is the quality … not the fastest way to make a smoothy, but it makes the smoothest smoothy, never leaves anything.Great simple settings – the best thing is the quality of product – its so sturdy and heavy – everything clicks and feels solid.When making a smoothy it doesnt shake at all

Tone says:

Five Stars So far so good. Time will tell whether it is a great product.

marcoscu says:

Expensive but maybe worth paying for the Philips name As with so many products these days for every high-end device from a Big Name company, there are a host of no-name Chinese rivals available for a fraction of the cost. On Amazon, I can find many blenders of similar power and features as this one for about half the price. Is it worth paying extra for the reassurance that comes with a high street brand or are we just paying for the name?From opening the box this is clearly a high-end item, presentation is of crucial importance and…

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