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Russel Hobbs Colour Control Blender - $29.95 @ The Good Guys

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Usually $99.95, but on special for $29.95. Has been better previously, but still a great discount. From previous threads, the blender has had mainly positive feedback.

I already have a mix and go for smoothies, intending to use this more for food blending due to larger size etc…

Some specs:

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

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  • +1

    Catch of the day says the RRP is only $49

    https://www.catchoftheday.com.au/event/kitchen-appliances-40...

    Lights do look pretty though….

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSSo8UGlFUo

  • +5

    We picked one of these up in the previous ebay % off deal here through GG. Having already had several other blenders over the years, I would say that it does the job of blending very well, what I would point out is that if you want something that can handle a knock or two, this may be one to be careful of. The mixing container is made of real glass, so it will break if dropped and may break if you pour really hot liquid into it when it has something cold like ice cream or ice cubes in it (Heat stress breaks or crack). It is also darn heavy, as it is very thick glass.
    Other than that we are very happy with it, this does a lot better job shredding veggies and meat when making soups than our previous Breville and Sunbeam blenders ever did.
    The neon light ring that changes colour as you change speed is a bit of a gimmick, but our grand kids think that the colour changing is cool (Not that you want the little buggers thinking it is a toy).

  • +2

    This or the Nutri Ninja Slim https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/244360 or is it comparing apples and oranges?

    • +2

      Just remember the Nutri Ninja can "extract hidden nutrients!" LOL

    • I want to know as well, which one is better?

      Goodguys is selling it for $40
      http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/ninja-nutri-ninja-slim-700w-bl...

      or compare it to Kambrook Blitz2Go Active Blender $19
      http://www.harveynorman.com.au/kitchen-appliances/food-prepa...

      • +2

        Id go for the Nutri Ninja

        I Have both a 800watt glass jug blender and a Nutri Ninja 700watt

        Since i've bought my ninja, i haven't used the regular blender. And since yesterday, the Blender has been packed away.

        • +1

          100% agree. I have a Nurtibullet and haven't touched the blender since.

        • Care to share why?

        • +1

          @28Degrees: personally, its more compact and easier to clean. And doesn't take much space on my kitchen bench.

        • @stickyfingers: I use the normal blender for anywork involve meat. Is it durable to blend ice by Nutri Ninja ?

        • +1

          @trienchieu12: I've used ice in my Nutribullet no worries. It blends up frozen berries perfectly too.

    • +1

      nutri ninja for sure, the compact design and its so much easier to clean than a normal blender.

  • Does it blend ice?

    • +1

      Yes, I use mine almost daily for smoothies and ice is no trouble for it. I use a lot as well, 10-15 medium sized cubes.

  • Got this last time it was on sale. Been very happy with it so far. And yes it blends ice fine. I've never pushed it too hard with too much but half a dozen ice cubes has been fine. Not sure how much more it could handle, don't really want to kill it.

  • I got one last time and it is pretty good, no issues and good value

  • Now this is a much more appropriate mother's day gift.

    • +2

      You mean the red rooster is not appropriate? 😆

  • How does it control the colours when blending? New technology??

    • Via Bluetooth.

  • The colour changes when the dial turns to allocated zone, the speed changes accordingly.

  • Oh goddamnit, I just bought that Kambrook Blitz2go for $19 from Harvey Norman on the weekend. I was only going to use it to make morning shakes but not sure if this is better.

  • This is actually one of the ozbargain purchases I've made good use of, almost daily. No complaints yet.

  • Deal over, now showing $99.95

  • Its a little hard to clean unless you hve a dishwasher. Theres a big recess gap down the bottom which can build up, but lucky i noticed it because it smelt rancid and needs something long and skinny to reach in

    • Doesn't the base unscrew from the glass jug?

  • +1
  • +1

    Thank you OP, collected mine today and it works a charm for protein shakes :)

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