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Tefal jam maker

S: 14st13lb C: 14st13lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 38.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#1
Hi guys.

As you all know i'm quite the foody, and after really getting stuck in to my kitchen gadgets recently I felt i could start branching out a bit more.

I decided as im away in ST.ives this christmas, i would make everyone Jams and Marmalads and Chutneys. After buying a book, i felt quite confident- however, i feel i have been really mislead and it is no where near the simple task i had imagined- also, i cant stand alot of fuss and was starting to go off the idea (to my dissapointment) untill i stumbled across my lakeland mag and discovered.. dum dum dum

an electrical devise by TEFAL that does it for me :D fabulous.com


iv read up on it and everyone seems overly chuffed with it.. apart from the instructions aparently lol

but at £100, im wondering- what do you guys think?

im thinking, so its £100 now, but i can make jams and chuctneys all year round, gifts for everyone.

xxx
 
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CAPRICORN

Gold Member
S: 17st11lb C: 16st4lb G: 10st10lb BMI: 37.9 Loss: 1st7lb(8.43%)
#2
Hi there
I got my mum one of those -although I got it out here for €30 last year ;)-if I see them again -Im having one :p..she told me to test run it for her and I loved it... I have never made jam before, I loved just throwing it in and setting it off and waiting for the bleeper. You can't make big batches about 3lb at I time I think, but its great for mum as she can't be stood over the stove for ages stiring.
It was more than worth the €30 and if you are going to be making pressies and can get lots of free produce it will pay for itself,,,
 

Lexie_dog

UNLEASHING THE BEAST!
S: 15st12.5lb C: 15st9lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 35.3 Loss: 0st3.5lb(1.57%)
#3
Just to say this is on sale at Tesco too, well worth trading in Clubcard points if you have them to save some money :D
 

lurverick

Now to maintain.....
S: 12st13.5lb C: 8st12.5lb G: 9st3lb BMI: 20.7 Loss: 4st1lb(31.4%)
#7
hmm see i had one! but i didnt like it at all!
18 months later i mentioned it to lakeland during a correspondance and they refunded me all that time later and collected it!

if you are going to buy one i would recommend lakeland for their customer service......they are amazing! and thats not the first time they have been so either.
 
S: 14st13lb C: 14st13lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 38.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#8
yes i do prefer lakeland, and have a £5 voucher, just wanted it even cheaper tbh. Its just alot of money and my bf just doesnt appreciate why i want it, so cant justify it. Lakeland customer service is fab, i totally agree.. next to the kitchen shop in bath, lakeland is my number one lol
 

judimac

Mad old Bat with Attitude
S: 14st5lb
#9
Some of the breadmakers can be used to make jam.
 

cmcewn

Silver Member
S: 28st4lb G: 12st0lb
#10
Hi guys.

As you all know i'm quite the foody, and after really getting stuck in to my kitchen gadgets recently I felt i could start branching out a bit more.

I decided as im away in ST.ives this christmas, i would make everyone Jams and Marmalads and Chutneys. After buying a book, i felt quite confident- however, i feel i have been really mislead and it is no where near the simple task i had imagined- also, i cant stand alot of fuss and was starting to go off the idea (to my dissapointment) untill i stumbled across my lakeland mag and discovered.. dum dum dum

an electrical devise by TEFAL that does it for me :D fabulous.com


iv read up on it and everyone seems overly chuffed with it.. apart from the instructions aparently lol

but at £100, im wondering- what do you guys think?

im thinking, so its £100 now, but i can make jams and chuctneys all year round, gifts for everyone.

xxx
I'm thinking Jam is 50p in the supermarket there are a lot of those in £100 :D
 


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