Philips Viva HR1867/21 review
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The Philips Viva HR1867/21 is a small, lightweight juicer that will take up little space in your kitchen. It should be easier to clean than the average juicer, as it's dishwasher-safe. But how does the juice it makes compare with its rivals? Read the full review to get our verdict.
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- Is there anything I should watch out for?
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- Should I buy it?
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