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Breville The Boss BBL915BKS (Black Sesame)

Breville The Boss BBL915BKS (Black Sesame)

4.7 from 6 reviews

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    Holly

    HollySydney

    • 4 reviews

    Nutribullet who?

    published

    This blender smokes the nutribullet pro 900 because it is so easy to blend things together like who needs one of them expensive hard to use blender this blender just chuck it in and your done.

    Date PurchasedAug 2018

    Afster

    AfsterHunter Region, NSW

    • 6 reviews
    • 4 likes

    Worth buying

    published

    Blender work's well. Depending on what you are using it for but the hard items like ice it doesn't seem to crush very well. The machine is very noisy when using it

    Date PurchasedJan 2016
    irate

    irateAdelaide

    • 6 reviews
    • Verified purchase

    Fantastic Blender backed by Exceptional Service

    published
    Date PurchasedDec 2015
    Jack

    JackGladstone

    • 2 reviews
    • 2 likes

    One powerful machine

    published

    Bought it start of 2016 and have worked it a bit. It beats anything I've ever owned and I have a restaurant. I'd buy it again if it ever broke.

    2 comments
    Breville
    BrevilleBreville

    Hi Jack - thanks for your comments. The Breville team

    Jack
    Jack

    18 months later and no problems.


    Tam

    TamCairns, Queensland

    • 37 reviews

    Awesome!

    published
    1 comment
    Breville
    BrevilleBreville

    Hi Tam - thanks for your comments. The Breville team


    best blender in the market

    published

    having tested vitamix and blendtec i have decided for the boss because it plays in a different league. they explain the pro kinetic blades and movements, it simply works. the boss delivers smoother green smooties with berries and flaxseeds completely dissolved within only one minute. blendtec could not do that:
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    2 comments
    fred911
    fred911

    here you can see why:
    www.bestblender.blogspot.com

    fred911
    fred911

    sorry it is www.findbestblender.blogspot.com
    the first one is also a review but i think it is biased. i decided to keep the breville boss for wet blending/mincing/processing and the blendtec for dry blending


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    Questions & Answers

    Sarvari

    Sarvariasked

    Hi, I just purchased BBL910BKS FOUR DAYS AGO from the good guys, and started to make smoothies and soups, today I notice while making the soup, the liquid is spilling out of inner lid. I waited till the soup function finished, half of the soup on my bench top. I cleaned up everything and put the jar in autoclean mode with liquid soap, as soon as the liquid hit the lid, everything starts to pour. Need help please?

    3 answers
    Tam
    Tam

    I haven't yet tried the soup function. Maybe you had it too full? If you made the soup before pouring it in the blender it needs to be cooler than boiling. I had the same first time I used auto clean - too much dishwasher liquid! It literally needs only a drop of detergent and water filled to .5 (between .4 and .6) then it's fine.

    Bec
    Bec

    I made tomato soup (from the recipe book that was supplied with the blender) and I did not have any liquid spill through the lid. Make sure you don't overfill, or use very hot liquid (the instructions advise how hot it can be). Also make sure the inner lid is clicked into place properly. If it happens again take it back to the store and get a replacement. I've had no issues with mine. Good luck!

    Breville
    BrevilleBreville

    Hi Sarvari - if you still have the receipt please take the unit back to the store for a replacement – its either the inner lip or an issue with the jug not sealing so best to swap it over if only recently purchased. Thanks, the Breville team


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