Summary: Most blenders have a nylon sleeve beneath the cutting blade which, depending on what's being ground/blended, will get hot and melt, requiring a replacement blade. And the blades for this are TWENTY FIVE POUNDS. :-O Yes, thats £25; 36.76 Mars Bars. It's cheaper to get a fifteen quid blender from Asda - three years old, used every day and still going strong.
Summary: Please Amazon, take one of these out of it's box and smell it. It smells of burnt eletrical wiring inside the jug and all round the motor. This is the second one you've sent me as the first had the same issue. It smells as though it's going to catch fire. all they all like this? Please report it to Philips, I would like to send it back as it's obviously not right.
Summary: This product is good it does what its supposed to the only big downside is the lid, you have to unclip it at the hinge to take it off to wash (i have done this twice and now when i click it back on it doesnt fit back in flush) if i had realised that the lid doesnt lift off easily i wouldnt have bought it.
Excerpt: we wanted a blender to replace the blender associated with our kenwood chef as we only use the chef for blending.The phillips was too big for our needs & not of comparable quality to the blender with our kenwood chef which we will continue using.We returned it without trying it.
Excerpt: Be aware before you buy its all plastic including the jug. Initially i thought this may be an issue but so far after a months use the blender has done all i asked of it which is mainly smoothies. Having an "ice" mode on the blender seems pointless as it does nothing different to the ice than any of the other speed settings do, dont see the point of advertising it as a function or feature.