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John Lewis Blender, Black/Stainless Steel 85547801 review

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The John Lewis Blender, Black/Stainless Steel 85547801 is part of its sleek, stainless-steel own-brand range of kitchen appliances. And for just £60, it could be a great-value glass jug blender. Read our full review to find out if it can whip up a velvety smoothie, and crucially how easy it is to clean.
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We have tested 85 blenders and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 16 Best Buys.
Range of Blender scores
  1. 48%
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  2. 72%
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  3. 90%
    Highest score
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