whats your thoughts on the new cambridge battery opterated mixer ?

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  1. andrene

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    I know they are just new out but has anyone test driven one yet ? as they are quite pricey and wonder if they are worth consideration.

    Andrene x
     
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    Didn't even know they existed! How did you discover them? I can't find any info online.
     
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    How much are they? xx
     
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    My counsellor JUST had them is stock brand new out, they are neat have a wee pouch and fit in your pocket or handbag. They would be good when your our or at work. They dont look incredibly substancial but she had said they have had a very good feed back. BUT......they are £7 odd i havent invested just yet because of the price.

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    I would probably buy one because I'm using a big electric whisk at the moment lol.
     
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    I just shake 'em! Or I use the magic bullet thingie, you get like 8 cups or so and I like it :)
     
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    I find the soups dissolve well enough in hot water, and was normally home when I had the shakes. I have got one of those cappucino whisk things that someone on here told me not to buy but I thought did I good enough job on the shakes. It only cost me £3.
     
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    LOL Aseyan. Magic bullet has a whole other meaning to me lolol xx
     
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    Nope, me too, I just thought I wouldn't mention it as was probably just me!
     
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