Beko SMM888BX Soup Maker review
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The Beko SMM888BX Soup Maker is cheaper than similar soup-making blenders from Lakeland, Tefal and Waring. It has programs for chunky and smooth soup, sauces, ice crushing and auto cleaning. While it has a handy automatic keep-warm function, it lacks some of the extra features more expensive models have, such as a sauté function. But will it impress by making great soup quickly, and by being easy to use and clean? Read our full review to find out.What's included:
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- What is it?
- What’s it great at?
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