Philips Daily Collection 1.25L Jug Blender- Black532/8110
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The mill jar to grind dry ingredients us with models;(HR2058/HR2057/HR2056
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It’s plastic but strong
Hi there, thanks for your question. The jug for this model is made out of plastic! Hope this answers your question. Cheers, Will
Hi there, nice to hear that you're thinking of getting yourself the Daily Collection blender! I'd like to confirm that you can indeed use the machine to crush ice, for delicious ice coffees. If you have any other questions, then feel free to contact us via Facebook (philips.to/UKFBMessenger), Twitter (philips.to/UKCareTwitter) or phone (philips.to/UKContact). My colleagues and I would be happy to provide you with more information. Enjoy your evening! Cheers, Claudia.
This Philips Daily Collection 1.25L Jug Blender weighs 1.33kg.
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Hi there! With the included mill jar, you can indeed grind dry(er) foods such as nuts. Regarding the consistency of the dates, that might depend on the recipe you following. But I'd say, generally, the longer you blend them, with some added liquid or oil, the smoother the dates will get. But then again, I think that would depend on the recipe as well. :) Hope this helps. Cheers, Stan.
Sure! Using the included mill jar, you can grind dry foods like pepper corns, buts, coffee beans, etc. :) Cheers, Stan.
Good question. :-) The blender is intended for blending fluids, mixing soft ingredients, pureeing cooked ingredients and crushing ice. We have several blenders that come with a grinding mill for grinding dry ingredients such as beans. If you'd like to know more, feel free to reach out to me through Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/PhilipsUK/...) or Twitter (@PhilipsCare_UK).
I have looked into this for you and I can confirm that you can blend these ingredients.
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Hi there, nice to hear that you'd like to know more about the HR2052 Daily Collection Blender. I'd like to let you know that you should not pour ingredients hotter than 80°C / 175°F into the blender jar, as this could damage the jar and its accessories. If any other questions come to mind, then don't hesitate to get in touch with us via Facebook (@PhilipsUK), Twitter (@PhilipsCare_UK) or via one of the other channels mentioned on our contact page: https://www.philips.co.uk/c-w/support-home/su... My colleagues and I are always happy to help. Cheers, Claudia.
Hi Pat, thanks for asking! You should not pour very hot ingredients into the blender jar as this could damage the jar and its accessories. First let the ingredients cool down to a temperature of less than 80°C / 175°F, so that the device won't get damaged. If you have any other questions about the HR2052, then feel free to get in touch with us via Facebook (@PhilipsUK), Twitter (@PhilipsCare_UK) or via one of the other channels mentioned on our contact page: https://www.philips.co.uk/c-w/support-home/su... I wish you a very nice evening. Cheers, Claudia.
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