Philips Series 5000 Blender Core HR3573/91 review
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- Jug & Personal Blender
The Philips Series 5000 Blender Core HR3573/91 uses its patented ProBlend Crush technology to make the finest smoothies in its large 1.5-litre jug. It also comes with a 600ml cup to take out while you’re on the go. We wanted to see if this blender is good enough to be a Best Buy so we put it through our tough lab tests. Read the full review to see our verdict.
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