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Salter Electric Soup Maker review

£50.00 Typical price

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With its sleek stainless steel outer, the Salter Soup Maker EK1548 doesn't look cheap, but is a real budget option. It has two pre-set programs, for smooth or chunky soup, plus the option to blend manually. But can it compete with the pricier soup makers from Morphy Richards, Tefal and the like?

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We have tested 11 soup makers and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 7 Best Buys.
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  2. 79%
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  3. 86%
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