New Braun juicers, hand blenders and irons revealedFirst home appliances from Braun in six years

06 July 2014

Braun Multiquick juicer

You can insert entire fruits into Braun Multiquick juicers

German electricals brand Braun has just revealed its new ranges of Braun Multiquick juicers, Braun TexStyle steam irons and Braun Multiquick hand blenders. This is the first time the Braun label has appeared on these types of products in the UK in six years. 

Braun claims its new Multiquick juicers (RRP £79.99 to £149.99) can whizz through even the hardest fruits and vegetables, including beetroots, carrots and ginger. The 75mm chute means you should be able to insert entire fruits at once and the Braun juicers also feature foam separators to keep your juice froth-free.

Which? kitchen appliances expert Jessica Carson said: 'It's great to see Braun returning to the UK with a new range of products. We'll be testing out some of the new juicers and irons over the coming months to see how the new ranges compare to the competition.'

We haven't tested the new range yet, so for now we recommend you buy a Best Buy juicer that has passed the tough Which? lab tests with flying colours. Check out our juicer reviews to find the perfect model for you. Which? members can log in to view the reviews. If you're not yet a member, try Which? for £1 for access to these and all our other online content.

New Braun hand blenders

Costing from £19.99 to £89.99, the Braun Multiquick hand blenders are designed to chop, whip, mince, slice and shred - and the Braun MQ5 and MQ7 models enable you to switch between attachments using an 'easy-click system'.

Braun Multiquick hand blender

Multiquick hand blenders can chop, whip and slice

The Braun hand blenders' PowerBell technology is designed to minimise splashes and keep the process mess-free.

If you're interested in buying a hand blender, check out our hand blender reviews to find one that's easy to use and clean, giving great results every time.

New Braun irons

Braun claims its new TexStyle steam irons feature high-quality soleplates for easier ironing. Some of the TexStyle 7 and TexStyle 3 irons will automatically switch off after eight unused minutes in a vertical position or 30 seconds lying horizontally.

The irons cost between £29.99 and £79.99. We haven't got our hands on them yet, but our reviews reveal more than 30 Best Buy steam irons which have all aced our rigorous lab tests.

Braun's new appliances are currently available from Amazon and Littlewoods, and they will be in Argos from 27 July.

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