Kenwood Smoothie 2Go SB056 Smoothie Maker review
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- Mini blender / travel cup
The Kenwood Smoothie 2GO SB056 has been around for a while now, preceding the Nutribullet craze, but remains popular. It’s cheaper too, and is rated highly online by customer reviews. Our testing goes further than any other, though, pitting each blender against the toughest ingredients – nuts, leafy greens and frozen fruit – to find which will leave lumps and which won’t. We’ve retested it to see how it measures up to the latest competition. Read our full review to find out how this cheap blender fares against newer rivals before you buy.
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- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Should I buy it?
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