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Philips Innergizer High-Speed Blender HR3868/01 review

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  • Jug blender
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If you don't want to wake the family when you're blending your breakfast smoothie, the Philips Innergizer Avance high-speed blender could have caught your eye. Like the commercial blenders you see in cafes, it has a plastic shield that fits over the jug while it's blending, which Philips says keeps noise to a minimum. But this blender doesn't come cheap, so read our expert review to discover whether it's worth splashing out on.

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We have tested 74 blenders and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 19 Best Buys.
Range of Blender scores
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  2. 73%
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  3. 90%
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