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Russell Hobbs Blender $23.96 | $50 Store Credit on Small KitchenAid Appliances @ The Good Guys

  • 1.5 litre glass jug * Powerful 850W motor* Unique light ring indicate 4 different speeds & functions* Dishwasher safe parts

Can be cheaper ($23.96) on their ebay store if coupon code CTECH or C20TECH worked for you

You don't get $50 store credit when you buy blender.

$50 store credit when you buy small kitchen appliances

The iconic KitchenAid brand is now available to pre-order at The Good Guys. From the classic stand mixer to kettles, toasters and blenders we’ve got the range and as an exclusive offer if you pre-order today we’ll give you a BONUS $50 store credit! All KitchenAid products purchased in the pre-sale will be delivered from 14 March 2016. Terms and conditions apply.* Shop the full range of KitchenAid here

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  • +3

    Bought this during the last sale , can confirm the quality of the Blender is excellent ( but don't compare with ur $300+ vitamix and other stuff)

    It crushes ice and hard stuff in a minute and makes good juices and shakes/smoothies

  • I also got one last sale, the only gripe I have with it is that its a little fiddly to clean. Still great quality and plenty of power.

  • Don't you have to buy Kitchenaid to get the $50 credit?

    • yes that is a separate deal.

  • +2

    oh… i thought this was saying that you got $50 store credit when you bought this. you don't. that's kitchenaid only - should be in the title & description.

    • Can't add much to title, I have added it in description.

      • +2

        it should say "$50 Store Credit on KitchenAid purchases", not "$50 Store Credit on Small Kitchen Appliances"

  • Russell Hobbs Stick mixer sale has also been extended at TGG..

  • Relax.. Too good to be true… go back to work…

  • just order one thanks

  • +2

    The blender actually went up in price today. It has been $27 for the last couple of weeks.

    Either way, it's still a great deal. I bought it maybe 2 weeks ago and have been having smoothies every day. Has blended every ingredient I have thrown at it including ice.

    • +1

      It has been $27 for the last couple of weeks.

      yeah people could've gotten it yesterday with the ebay promo too.

      Has blended every ingredient I have thrown at it including ice.

      you're the only one that's posted a decent review so far from the other thread. the only other reviews were 2 bad ones.

      • The first two people to reply here were positive of it?

        I'm not a blender connoisseur so can't compare it to expensive ones, but it does everything I have tried to a standard I'm happy with! A while back I returned one which I wasn't happy with so I do have some sort of quality level.

        • +1

          well shit i completely missed them as i was only looking if someone noted the price rise :P

          that's 3 positive and 2 negatives then :)

  • Tempting to buy one

  • Picked one of these up during the $27 sale, and it gets a thumbs up from me.

    I've been using it for smoothies, and it does a really good job. Blends large pieces of fruit and ice cubes without an issue. Pretty easy to take apart and clean, too.

    Obviously it doesn't compare to an industrial blender (so don't put an iPhone in it), but it definitely doesn't seem like a cheap piece of garbage. Whether it's $27 or $29.95, I think it's well worth the price.

  • can this crush almonds, peanuts etc. into powder?

  • So I thought to myself the question becomes what is the cheapest kitchenaid product to give me $50 credit. Thinking toasters are always cheap…. $199.00 wow just wow.

  • Thanks OP, just purchased the stick mixer.

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