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    Quote Originally Posted by Meags82 View Post
    How many can it feed??? A friend is having a party and after years of hearing people rave about them I thought i'd have a look but we have 5 kids here... Could it prepare a big enough batch of bolonaise or curry for 5 kids and 2 adults??? I normally cook on the stove and do enough for dinner plus lunches for 2 kids and 2 adults.
    If you used the bowl, steamer basket and varoma all at once then you could easily do that.

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    Default Thermomix???

    I haven't read the responses, but ask what the warranty is.

    As soon as I heard what it was, I was put off. If its so fantastic and costs the earth, it should have a 20 year warranty on it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuddlesAwait View Post
    I haven't read the responses, but ask what the warranty is.

    As soon as I heard what it was, I was put off. If its so fantastic and costs the earth, it should have a 20 year warranty on it!
    Yeah I know it's only 2yrs but that don't bother me. Most things are 2-3yrs anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjewell View Post
    How old is this link? As it say u can get it 12months interest free but when I went to a demo u have to pay interest
    The interest free part was a December special for Christmas. So it ended on the 7th of jan. I went to a demo in December and it was offered then but no more. They do bring it out at times apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CrazyMoose View Post
    The interest free part was a December special for Christmas. So it ended on the 7th of jan. I went to a demo in December and it was offered then but no more. They do bring it out at times apparently.
    Thanks I spoke to DH about it and he said with the extra $$ u pay he would just rather pay outright.

    I'm very excited but not having my demo till April how long do they take to come once ordered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjewell View Post
    I'm very excited but not having my demo till April how long do they take to come once ordered?
    I waited three weeks. And have been waiting since early December for my demo as I was handed over to a new consultant... still waiting even for a call. Am thinking to forget about the so-called 'free' "thermoserver" altogether.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I waited three weeks. And have been waiting since early December for my demo as I was handed over to a new consultant... still waiting even for a call. Am thinking to forget about the so-called 'free' "thermoserver" altogether.
    Go with someone else? Or ring the team leader and complain.
    I'm only waiting as its my schedule that's fully booked, I could have it next week if I wanted to

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjewell View Post
    Go with someone else? Or ring the team leader and complain.
    I'm only waiting as its my schedule that's fully booked, I could have it next week if I wanted to
    I'm a bit over the hype TBH. I liked my consultant, but I have in the past been pestered by a pushy consultant. I really thought it was outrageous that I waited three weeks for delivery for an appliance for which I was paying almost $2000. Thermomix seem just so slow, my consultant was on top of it at all times, the company are just... I don't know. I've never quite known anything like it. I'm happy to not have my demo, I really don't actually want one so I am laying low and hoping the new consultant has forgotten me haha.

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    Default Thermomix???

    I have had mine for a year and a half now (how time flies!) and I love it!! I prepare all my baby food in it and one go makes easily enough for two weeks.

    One of my made from scratch recipes made Thermomix Recipe of the Day

    I loooooove it. When I redesign my kitchen, Im putting in a spot just for Thermomix!

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    I use mine every single day many many times . I love it !


 

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