Kogan 1400W Blender $54 Delivered @Dick Smith

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lowest price so far and similar ones from briscoes cost more than 150$.

Hurry only 9 left. I've got one of these and can vouch for it. It sure is a beast to

Prepare meals, drinks, sauces, soups and more thanks to Rapidblade technology

Blend, juice, chop, puree and grind in seconds!

The Kogan 1400W Vitablast Blender combines an abundance of premium features to meet all of your food preparation needs. Stainless steel blades and powerful Rapidblade technology, along with variable speed settings and a pulse switch, provide robust performance.

Mix drinks:

Start every morning with a fresh and healthy juice or smoothie. Or, if you’re feeling a bit naughty, the Vitablast blends perfect frappes or a cheeky cocktail.

Chop ingredients:

Ideal for preparing dry ingredients, this versatile blender can chop vegetables, nuts, cheese and just about anything else you desire, to a coarse or fine consistency.

Create hot soups:

The astonishing speed of the Vitablast blades generate heat as they turn, so you can enjoy hot, freshly cooked soup straight from the blender!

Blend sauces and dips:

Salsas, sauces, dips and pesto are no challenge for the Vitablast. Variable speed settings help you quickly and easily whip up a tasty hummus or coleslaw.

Highlights:

1400 Watts
2L jug capacity
Break-resistant jug
Up to 25000 rpm
Pulse mode

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Comments

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    Showing as $12.99 for delivery. Had this and it worked great, but the rubber ring broke down after a little more than one year of use, now it just leaks if I blend anything liquid. Contacted Kogan and was told they don’t sell replacement rings

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      Even for 12$ delivery cost, I don't see any other blender this cheap at this wattage.

      I live in Auckland and it showed 5.99 as delivery. Mine seems to work just fine. Gotta keep in mind not to run the motor more than 3 mins in max speed

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    I've got one of these. It's a bargain at that price, I paid $80
    It does a good job with breaking down the seeds in frozen berries. Better than anything in the sub $400 range.
    I only run it for 1 min at a time (to let it cool) but still after a year of daily use it's starting to sound like the motor or bearings might not last another year.
    The hardest work it has done is roast pumpkin soup. It struggles when the mix gets very thick, adding more liquid helps.

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