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    Default Baby Bullet Anyone?

    Hi,

    I saw an ad on this Baby Bullet blender on tele. Just wondering if anyone is using this to make baby's food. Is it really that good? Any comments are welcome.

    Or what alternative do you use to make blended food for your baby, pls share with me.

    Its been 6 years since I made baby food the last time, in fact, I hardly did any for ds1. I would like to let my next baby try a wide variety of food this time.
    thanks.

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    I've seen the ads too, but don't have one.
    I just used an electric hand mixer. I think it was like $15 from big w.

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    I have something similar.. From kmart. It's noisy but very simple to use and wash and nice and small. We use it to make my 4 year old and hubby smoothies all the time! The best thing is being able to use the same cup to whip it up in and them drink straight from that... Less washing up :-) (2 pieces to be exact)

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    I have it and I am spewing. It took 3 months to arrive and by the time I got it dd was past it. A stick blender for 50 bucks does the same thing. You get containers to store the food whoopee doo you can buy them cheap anywhere. Sorry for the negativity I just regret it so much as it wasn't that cheap. The wait was a shocker and trying to get someone to help you from this company was like drawing blood from a stone. I should have returned it

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    Bought something similar from deals direct three yrs ago and it has been fantastic, not sure if they still sell them but it was a fraction of the cost from the ones on telly.

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    I just saw the baby bullet in Big W this week when I was shopping but I also just bought a cheap stick mixer for about $30 I don't think they eat mush long enough to be worth the extra money

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    I just brought one from BigW, it's cost $128 - I'm yet to use it, and wont for a while yet (only 19wks pregnant lol) But having had 2 kids already, I think it's a pretty neat idea. I probably could have got something else for cheaper but I like all the storage it comes with, super simple to clean and even once bub outgrows purees I can still make use of it, blending smoothies, iceblocks(using the silicone storage containers it comes with)

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    I had one of those fancy expensive steamer/blenders. Used it three times. I ended up buying a steamer and stick blender. Definitely the way to go. Forget all the gimmicks and keep it simple.

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    LoCo, sorry the product frustrated you more than being a help. Thanks for sharing, it is not negative, I need comments to help me decide cos I am clueless. On tele, it really looked so fab and I am so tempted.

    Thanks ladies! I do have a Sunbeam cheap stick mixer for cooking/smoothie use, but I am just not sure if that is actually ok for baby food, whether it mixes well enough to make it really smooth for baby. I also use it for spicy stuff so I think I will have to really invest into another one for baby.

    So, just to confirm, they actually sell the baby bullet at big W? I think I will go and have a look.

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