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George Foreman Mix & Go Blender with Chill Sticks - $25 (C & C or + Delivery) @ Harvey Norman

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On Clearance . Decent review from users

Product review website Link

https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/george-foreman-mix...

Description

Enjoy nutritious, smoothly blended drinks when you’re out and about with the George Foreman Mix & Go Blender with Chill Sticks which offers powerful blending performance and included drinking bottles.

Key Features
A 300W motor base and powerful mixing blades combine in the George Foreman Mix & Go Blender with Chill Sticks to thoroughly and smoothly blend your food ingredients.
The Mix & Go blender comes with two 600ml blending bottles, letting you prepare large volumes of your favourite blended drink and bring it with you on the go. Safe to use, the included bottles are BPA-free.
For keeping blended beverages cool for longer, the George Foreman blender comes with 2 Chill Sticks.

What's In The Box?
2x 600ml BPA Free Personal Blending Bottles
2x Chill Sticks to keep drinks cool
1x Powerful Ice Crushing Blades
1x Powerful 300w Motor Base

Related Stores

Harvey Norman
Harvey Norman

closed Comments

  • Clearance Priced (Was $25.00)

    Onya Gerry 🤪

  • The price was $25 before base on pricehipster website and clearance at $29. What a joke =)))))

  • I got this once for $10 with TGG $20 Concierge credit. so looks like regular price…

  • The fat drains directly into my mouth!

  • Would not recommend this, worst blender of this type I have had.
    Find it mostly just moves the contents around the bottom of the jug instead of mix it all around.
    Might be okay-ish for really watery things already.

    Any of the generic brand Bullet Blender style ones are much better all round.

    • Someone left one of these at work. I mainly just make smoothies with banana, mango, spinach, ice and milk and it works fine for blending that up.

  • I used one of these at my mates places for what i'd usually use a nutribullet for… its pretty terrible, it doesnt offer anything more than your basic cheap blender.

  • Woolworths has the same.
    It is pretty good for the price, it can handle little piece of ices without problems, easy to clean.
    I don't agree with "Find it mostly just moves the contents around the bottom of the jug instead of mix it all around"
    That only happens when you don't respect the limit marked in the bottle, other than that, you have so much fun with it.
    I enjoy and recommend the Woolworths one.