Russell Hobbs 19000 Desire Food Processor

October 4, 2013 - Comment

With a striking design and a whole host of attachments, the Russell Hobbs 19000 is the perfect tool for any cooking enthusiast. A 1.5l capacity jug gives you the space to make anything from cakes to pizza bases easily while its multiple attachments perform anything from slicing and shredding to whisking and blending. 2 speed

With a striking design and a whole host of attachments, the Russell Hobbs 19000 is the perfect tool for any cooking enthusiast. A 1.5l capacity jug gives you the space to make anything from cakes to pizza bases easily while its multiple attachments perform anything from slicing and shredding to whisking and blending. 2 speed settings and a pulse option give you complete control over your mixing, it also comes with internal cord storage which will keep your worktop neat and tidy when unused.

Product Features

  • 600w Power
  • 1.5L Capacity Bowl
  • 2 Speed Settings
  • Stainless Steel Blades

Comments

matt sands says:

TERRIBLE I ordered this as i just had surgery and can only eat soups for 6 weeks. The product looks good but performs terrible! The jug blender cannot be used as the pour spout is not sealed so when I turned the blender on to blend soup it shot out the pour spout and all up the kitchen walls. It wasn’t over filled, even half full it gives the same result. It’s a clear design fault. The processor is just as bad. The “chopper” in the base is spun far too fast and ends up rattling loose and hitting the…

P. Hughes says:

Bit of a weakling. Bought to grate carrots etc, blades are not up to the task, they were bent after a very short time and will not fit into their protective casings.Would not recommend for any tough work.

maanse says:

So disappointed… At first appearance the unit looks great and looks functional, however when i came to use the item it was a different story. I mainly use the jug attachment not so much the food processor bowl, however when i did used the food processor bowl i noticed that there seems to be a major design flaw…. The metal blade when ‘rested’ in position suffers from centrifugal force! Meaning that when the unit is powered up the blade rises above the items you are trying to chop.The main problem…

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