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Marco Pierre White range launched at Argos

MPW kitchen range by Russell Hobbs features mixers
Marco Pierre White hand blender

Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White has launched a new ‘Heaven & Hell’ range of kitchen appliances made by Russell Hobbs.

The Marco Pierre White Heaven and Hell range, sold exclusively in Argos from Saturday 25 July features jug blenders, hand blenders, hand mixers, mini choppers and electric knives, each with the choice of a white or red finish.

Find the best kitchen appliances by looking at Which? reviews, including 29 food processors and mini choppers from brands including Breville, Magimix, and Marco Pierre White’s fellow celebrity chef James Martin. You can also find reviews of hand mixers online.

Marco Pierre White blenders

You can get Marco Pierre White’s Heaven & Hell jug blenders for £49.99 at Argos, while a hand blender will set you back £39.99.

Which? has tested 28 jug blenders from brands including Russell Hobbs, Kenwood, and Philips – take a look to compare features and find out our Best Buys. You’ll also find reviews of hand blenders.

Features on the new Marco Pierre White jug blender include an ice crushing facility and a glass jug, while the hand blender’s metal shaft is better than plastic alternatives.

New chef kitchen range made by Russell Hobbs

Other products in the new range Marco Pierre White range by Russell Hobbs include a hand mixer for £34.99, a mini chopper for £34.99 and an electric knife for £29.99

Which? kitchen appliance expert Lisa Galliers said: ‘The Marco Pierre White Heaven & Hell range is a stylish looking celebrity chef range that consumers are bound to like, but we know some celebrity-branded products can be hit and miss in doing the job they’re designed to do, so we test them to show which ones are actually worth buying.’

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