Optimum G2.1 Platinum Series Reviews
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Things I REALLY like about the Froothie Optimum G2.1 Blender
- It’s really, really good at its job. It blends effortlessly and has transformed my cooking
- It’s simple with one jug which is easy to remove (no locking or twisting), a well fitting lid and easy to use controls
- I don’t have to remove the blades to clean it. One drop of washing up liquid, some warm water, switch it on and it is its own personal dishwasher – excellent.
- IT MAKES HOT SOUP (did I say that already?!)
Things I don’t like about the Froothie Optimum G2.1 Blender
- The name is a bit of a mouthful
- That’s it really
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The Froothie jug has a 6-blade assembly verses Vitamix’s 4-blade assembly. The two extra blades are situated under the main 4 blades and allow the Froothie jug to better suck ingredients down and create a blending vortex. No more chunks of stuff left unblended in the blender!
The Froothie Optimum G2.1 blender is so powerful that it can cook hot soups through the power of it’s immense motor alone. To read more ......Click here."
What I really loved about this Froothie blender was it’s simplicity and elegance on the worktop, and that there’s no need to click, twist, or turn the jug onto the base, which I don’t know about you, but it drives me insane! The jug simply sits in place (I think by use of a magnet but don’t quote me on this) and has a super easy pourable spout too so no mess afterward! It’s also relatively easy to clean and maintain unlike other food processors. To read more ......Click here."
Not just smoothies and soups but sauces, nut milks, dough, ice cream and more. It also has a “grind” function for nuts, coffee beans and food prep. The possibilities are endles.....Click here."
It is a big investment, but one that I wholeheartedly believe is worth it, and it is something I have been using at least once a day........ Read the full review Click Here."