Russell Hobbs Retro Blender Cream 25192 review
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- Jug blender
The Russell Hobbs Retro Cream Jug Blender 25192 is significantly cheaper compared with similar blenders from Smeg and Magimix. It lacks some premium features such as pre-set programs and a high-powered motor, but we've found that these don't guarantee that a blender will actually blend well. Read our full review to find out how well it does in our tests.
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