More than Happy
I was also lucky enough to get mine at the mistaken price of $239. No regrets and Afterpay is brilliant! Built in scales are fantastic. Follow the Face book page.
By Budget Thermomix
I purchased it for $239 from Harris Scarfe a couple of weeks ago (when they had an error in pricing I am sure it was), and I have been following Thermomix recipes as well as Intelli recipes, and very very happy with all the results from Pumpkin Soup, Butter Chicken and the most wonderful Tuna Morney. I am actually totally amazed at what the machine can do and how quick and easy it is to make recipes and I don't have to stand over the stove mixing. Absolutely recommend and love it. I have had no issues with putting lid on, or anything. Having scales and reverse would be a godsend for my $239 machine. I should have bought two at that price.
Purchased in June 2019 for $239.00.
Upgraded and I love it!
My Bellini finally died. Got this last week. Am more happy than I thought I'd be. These do everything you need at a fraction of the price of other brands.
Purchased in March 2019 for $399.00.
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My Budget Thermomix!
This is probably the best appliance I have ever purchased. Same functions as a thermomix for a fraction of the cost! Makes cooking ANYTHING a breeze and has saved me so much time and money! I would highly recommend this product to anyone wanting to test the waters of the thermo without the price tag.
Terrific.........but one little annoyance.
Loving this machine for the price. It does all my Thermomix at work does albeit a little differently in some aspects. Having the scales and reverse function onboard is terrific. Easy to operate once you've read the instructions and done it a couple of times. The one thing I don't like about it is the time dial. The machine will not work without the time dial in the positive unlike the Thermomix where no time needs to be set for the machine to work. This is really annoying especially when used to using a Thermomix before this. Also watch the suction on the legs if you want to move it - it sucks on really well to the bench. Overall though, very happy. Hope it last many years.
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Money's too tight to mention "Thermomix" – Being cheap never tasted so good
Am I jinxing myself by writing a positive review only three days after bringing home a new appliance? I hope not.
Is this my first foray into C.A.C. (clandestine automated cooking)? Alas, no it isn't.
About a month ago I purchased a Thermomix wannabe knockoff from eBay. The fancy-looking 'Thermofake' quite literally worked just shy of 2 hours before it bit the dust. The 'Thermofake' was then referred to as the 'Thermofail' or the 'Thermofix'. Still, one does not simply give up because a cheapo knock-off kitchen machine drops off the perch. ...Instead, one angles one's chin slightly upwards, obtains a refund, purchases a presumably reliable alternative from a bricks-and-mortar retailer, and then writes a review about it. Today is Day Three of my lazy cooking automation odyssey and I am pleased to report that the new device has not burst into flames and/or quietly died under a bush within 2 hours of unboxing it. So far I've made 4 bona fide Thermomix recipes that I have tasted before (thanks Jo!). There are many websites devoted to the problem of converting Thermomix recipes to work on Thermomix clones, but not wanting to injure my brain from all that annoying reading and thinking, I followed the four real, actual, literal, legitimate, certifiably ridgy-didge Thermomix recipes number-for-number on the Smith+Nobel machine. Some Thermoclones don't run at the same speed e.g. '4' on one machine might be a lot faster than '4' on another brand's machine which could be the difference between chopped spinach and slopped spinach. I must've done something right because the onions weren't pulverised, the scones didn't crack my teeth, tofu chunks remained chunky, mushrooms weren't decapitated, the machine didn't konk out, and nobody died from food poisoning – so far so good. Likes: * $379.95 is MUCH easier on the eye than $1900, which brings me to my next observation...
Questions & Answers
Hi, does anyone know where can I purchase some parts like the steamer and the spatula? Thanks!
I bought a Smith & Nobel Master kitchen appliance second hand. I would like to obtain a manual - can you advise how to get an instruction manual?
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