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Moms! Suggest a good food processor

Hello,

I am looking for 3 in 1 blender, slicer & juicer, food processor as shown in the picture below. Could anyone suggest please, any brand. I couldnt find this product online on Fust etc.

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Re: Moms! Suggest a good food processor

You can even sort by price here :

http://www.toppreise.ch/grp3_636_o0.html
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Re: Moms! Suggest a good food processor

I could make a suggestion, but I am a Dad.
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lol, I would appreciate your suggestion. Please give.
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Re: Moms! Suggest a good food processor

Not a mom (yet), but I have this: http://en.russellhobbs.com/russell-h...-19006-56.html
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Re: Moms! Suggest a good food processor

And some links to help you:

For the one I have: http://ch.russellhobbs.com/fr/russel...-19006-56.html

And others:
https://shop.mediamarkt.ch/de/kueche...n/idkhtk5o0ljd

http://www.interdiscount.ch/idshop/e...ine/detail.jsf

http://www.conforama.ch/rayon3_elect...24_42065_42059
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Re: Moms! Suggest a good food processor

thank you Vuachere and others. Actually i was after http://www.philips.ch/fr/c-p/HR7775_...bot-de-cuisine , but it seems that it has been superceded by its new version http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B008...=A8KICS1PHF7ZO

The first one was in price range of 150CHF and it has all the basic things needed in kitchen. I was looking towards something like this having blender, juicer and slicer all in one. Can i import from Germany from the above second link of Amazon? or may be i can buy from CH, though unable to find at famous online stores.

note: this post was meant for all for advice, only moms were asked to honor them as we are more into the kitchen stuff. Peace!
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Re: Moms! Suggest a good food processor

I spent ages researching this topic a while back and settled on the Braun K3000 - http://en.toppreise.ch/prod_35140.html

It does a great job and I've been very pleased with the purchase. As always with these things, I don't use it half as much as I thought I would, but when I do, I'm very happy with it.
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Re: Moms! Suggest a good food processor

We have a Kenwood Multipro Excel and love it. It was kind of expensive, but it was definitely worth the expense.
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thank you Vuachere and others. Actually i was after http://www.philips.ch/fr/c-p/HR7775_...bot-de-cuisine , but it seems that it has been superceded by its new version http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B008...=A8KICS1PHF7ZO

The first one was in price range of 150CHF and it has all the basic things needed in kitchen. I was looking towards something like this having blender, juicer and slicer all in one. Can i import from Germany from the above second link of Amazon? or may be i can buy from CH, though unable to find at famous online stores.
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Yes you can have it sent from Amazon.de to an address in Switzerland as the link says it can be delivered here. Choose the Amazon Global option when you place your order and you won't be hit with the 'admin fees' here as Amazon sorts the tax out upfront.
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Yes you can have it sent from Amazon.de to an address in Switzerland as the link says it can be delivered here. Choose the Amazon Global option when you place your order and you won't be hit with the 'admin fees' here as Amazon sorts the tax out upfront.
Perfect! thank you. and What would be the import tax by the Swiss border, if any?
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