This product was previously sold under the Homemaker brand.
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So far, I like this blender. In just one month, all the money I spent was exhausted and in harmony. Made smoothie and ravioli stuffing. I want to make almond milk as soon as possible. You can clean it, but be sure to remove the contents from the tank.
This Blender Is a Petri Dish
I couldn't disassemble the glass jug part of the blender, so I couldn't clean it properly. I found tiny seeds would get stuck in places I couldn't clean easily, and eventually there was actively growing mould in the blender that I couldn't get rid of so I had to throw it out. It's a shame because apart form that it was excellent - perfect size and decently powerful.
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A great little worker that does what it promises.
The Anko Blender DZ-1703 is about as bottom of the range as you can get (price wise). It is light-weight and only rated at 300W with a small 600ml capacity. That being said, it does what it claims to do (make food smoothies) with ease and can even be used to crush ice. Compared to some of the more expensive models, it is very easy to clean and takes up little space in the cupboard. So, if you only want to just make the morning smoothie and don't need the power of a workhorse capable of extended use cycles, this little blender does the job admirably.
Excellent Mini Blender
This blender is amazing for small jobs, very thorough eg for making Thai curry pastes. I have a large blender but always a problem for using with small quantities. Just a warning. Do not let it run overloaded nor more than one minute at a time. I blew the motor with a heavy thick load for too long. but then a new one cost $20 so I bought two to have a spare. No other device on the market does the job so well.
Really worth the money
It’s a small blender but really does its job well!
I am happy with the purchase.
I bought it for around 20 bucks as I can remember and it worth the money I spent.
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Cheap and work fine
It is quite cheap to purchase this small blender for myself. I have been using it mostly every day. Just one thing that it is quite small so you have to limit the amount you put in, but other than that it works perfectly fine
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Not worth its price.
I bought this blender a month ago. When I used it the first time to blend bananas and milk, it did do the job expect the drink became extremely hot. The machine let's out a lot of hot air even though I have it on the lowest speed. I bought it for $20 and to he honest it's not worth it's price. If I want to make a drink, it'll be lumpy if I want it cold or I'll have to put it in the fridge before I can drink it. I couldtn refund it as I arelady used it
Great 600ml Blender
This is a VERY good little blender. It holds exactly 600ml of liquid and is much more solidly made than many of the little blenders such as the Nutribullet. Its a true sacked down blender as opposed to a drinks maker like many of the others. Has plenty of power relative to its size and works very well indeed. Great score for the price!
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$20 mini blender is a perfect start to smoothie mornings
We have only had this blender a short while, so I can't attest to it's longevity. However, I love that it is small, enough for one person and that the jug is made of glass. You don't want to have it going all morning for multiple smoothies as even in the brochure that comes with it says to rest it for 30 minutes between smoothies. I put ice and oats and big pieces of apple in it and it was no problem. It's not particularly easy to clean and I haven't yet worked out how to take out the blade, but filling it with water and wizzing it around helps...to clean it, along with a long bristle small headed brush, like a colour applicator for hair that you can get from hair warehouse for $2-3 dollars. There are no extras with this $20 blender, no attachments, no bottles, no brush to clean it. Other reviewers have the wrong model. There are at least 4 different models available from Kmart under $50 so make sure you have the right model - its the mini blender for $20, not the $29 with the extras or the $15 type with the bottle.
Good for the price
I bought this for my family to mix protein shakes and blend fruit into smoothies for healthy eating options. This product is amazingly priced, includes many useful attachments and is easy to clean. If you are looking for affordability to get started - this is definitely worth the purchase.
Good for what it is
My last blender broke and I needed something last minute. This was the cheapest option I could find at Kmart so we brought it home. It struggles to blend solids such a nuts or frozen fruits so it is always best to soak or defrost things before blending them. Aside from that, it does the job for anyone who is in a pinch
A bit cheap feeling but works
We got this at Kmart. Probably should have got a proper Nutribullet because that what we wanted but it was there and quite cheap. It works but feels a bit like, well, a Kmart version lol. It can blend soft fruits no worries but struggles with hard things like ginger. Frankly I would get a proper brand next time around. Its a bit average.
Cheap alternative to Nutribullet
We have had this for years now and its still going strong although a little noisy! I wanted a Nutribullet then I saw Kmart had these for only $29. I have never used areal Nutribullet but this meets my need sjusrt fine. We mostly make smoothies and it can handle fruit without blinking. Easy to operate and easy to clean. Good little blender
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Great Mini Blender
I bought this blender and found it does all the things that a High end lender will do.
Its powerful, small and very reliable. We use it almost everyday for smoothies, preparing food and anything in between. It only cost $30 and provides the best service. cleaning is very easy and requires minimal efforts to clean. Storage is also very easy as it doesn't use up much space.
I would definitely recommend it to all.
Versatile Little Blender!
I use this to to mostly just to make pesto but it comes with drink bottles so you can use it like a poor man's nutribullet. Its not the most powerful ever (300watts) but its more than adequate for my intended purpose. I actually quite like this device, I think the small size means its handy and easy to use and clean.
This is perfect !
This little machine is great! I pack it with loads of frozen fruit and seeds etc and it cuts through them with ease! The consistency is always great and exactly how I want it. The blender is very reliable thus far and I haven’t had any issues. It also packs up very small so I can leave it on the bench without any fuss. It’s also very easy to use. Click to start - then click to turn off. Simple.
Basic Blender Does The Job
I got this on a whim because it's such good value at Kmart. Only $30 and it has more accessories than the Nutribullet Pro I was looking at. You get four cups and a jug. That means I can store four breakfast smoothies ready to drink in the fridge. It probably isn't the most powerful one on the market but to zoom up fruit for drinks it performs very well.Cleaning is easy, I just put soapy water in the machine and turn it on.
It may not last forever but its great to have for now and is very good value.
Questions & Answers
Same problem with base and cutting unit. It actually came assembled although instruction booklet shows assembly instructions, which is obviously reversed for disassembly. Have tried to seperate but will not budge. It is meant to? Never come across a blender that does not seperate. This is not good for contamination....I need to clean under the seal, which is where milk and fruit get trapped and breed bacteria.... anyone managed to seperate? Thx
How do I take off the bottom to clean it? There is a flat metal thing that cant be screwed off? Pieces get stuck in the blenders bottom between the edges
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