Originally Posted by maclements
Poppi G. Koullias - The Waring blenders are very good, but they come at a cost! My target market are those with quite a high disposable income, but Waring blenders cost roughly £300-£400 in the UK! That's a tremendous amount of money to pay for a blender for the home don't you think?
No, I don't think. That Waring blender wil be good 20 years down the line, but where you came up with such high price I've no idea. Take a look at Amazon UK
Amazon.co.uk: Waring Blenders - Kitchen & Home
We have the Pro Classic, the green one.
Of course, you can always buy a Kenwood, like their BL335 very keenly priced here.
Kenwood BL335 Blender, 1 Litre, 350W: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home
and I expect it would give very good service. It wil do all you would expect in scrunching down raw food. Just at a far lower price. Or there's Braun and Philips who make hand blenders, those "stick-types", also good value.
I acknowledge though, that paying out £130.00 is a lot for someone on a low income, but find a blender suitable for price and functionality like the above and you'll have the best of both worlds.