S1Ws versus SW3s
(And if you get this . . . that pretty much makes me and you, on the entire planet.)
At 21:22 31/01/2007, michael stephen fuchs wrote: > > Mainly, actually, I live on these enormous fruit-and-soya > frappes. Live on. As in no day complete. It's like an > emotional need at this point. I go through blenders like > other people go through trainers. No, more quickly than that. > I've literally run 8 or 12 blenders into the ground in my > career. I'm talking broken blades. Stripped rotors. Cracked > pitchers. And, most vividly and surprisingly commonly, actual > smoke coming from the motor out of the housing. Smoke. I burn > blenders out. Seemingly no matter how much I pay for them. > Just right here beside me I've got a Ł60 Kenwood Smoothie > Pro. The Pro model. It's got a 700w motor. It's got a 2-litre > jug. It's all glass and steel. And now it's got a completely > stripped blade/base unit. And I bought it last month. I > confess this is irregular, and I'm kind of pissed off about > it. This one's so flash, I'm going to go to the trouble of > getting a replacement part for it. But, probably totally > needless to say, I had to stop the gap: Up on the counter > I've got a 450-watt Russell Hobbs Simply Smoothie device. > Kind of crap really: loud, underpowered, plastic jug. But I > suppose it will do as a back-up. I ran out and bought it > 9 minutes before the ironmonger closed on a Sunday night.