Lidl Silvercrest Nutrition Mixer Pro review£29.99
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Keen to join the blending trend, but on a budget? Lidl’s Silvercrest Nutrition Mixer Pro could be the answer. Costing just under £30, it claims to chop ice cubes and nuts, as well as blitzing fresh fruit into smoothies. But can this cheap Nutribullet-style blender match up to the big brands? We sent it home with our researcher to find out.
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