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    I'm thinking of getting a thermomix.
    Just wanting to know how much they are?
    What is the warranty?
    And how did you afford to buy one? Can you pay off? How much for how long?

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    Just wanting to know how much they are? $2,100
    What is the warranty? 2 years
    And how did you afford to buy one? Can you pay off? How much for how long? There is an interest charged 12 month payment plan or a no interest three payment (over three months) plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onelasttime View Post
    I'm thinking of getting a thermomix.
    Just wanting to know how much they are?
    What is the warranty?
    And how did you afford to buy one? Can you pay off? How much for how long?

    TIA
    Hi. I've had my Thermomix for almost 3 weeks and I've used it multiple times daily ever since. They are $2089.00 outright which you can pay upfront, or there's a 3 payment option which has a $50 admin fee or there's the option going through a finance company ONCE. Occasionally they have interest free payments where it's roughly $46 a week. People found that saving in their groceries per week. I can't tell you much more about this option since I'm a single mum and unable to get credit. I was able to afford one through my savings. I'm a very frugal person so I have no trouble saving up money. If I don't have the money, then I don't buy it.

    Warranty is for 2 years and customer service is exceptional.

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    Thanks for that.

    What's the length of life in a thermomixer? Will it last 10+ years?? Do the blades stay sharp?

    And what's some examples you make in it?

    Just wanting all the facts first

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    I've had mine for...4 or 5 years now and the blades are as sharp as they ever were.

    I make sauces, I chop things in it. I don't generally cook in it as much these days but I bloody well love that thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by onelasttime View Post
    Thanks for that.

    What's the length of life in a thermomixer? Will it last 10+ years?? Do the blades stay sharp?

    And what's some examples you make in it?

    Just wanting all the facts first
    Hmmm well I've seen consultants post pics they've taken at a demo with a tmx that's 30years old and still going. They're made to last years. Each model they release has been years to create.

    I have made so many dishes in my tmx including butter chicken, soups, butter, chicken cacciatore, lemonade, icing sugar, flour, Rice flour, Baking powder, Chocolate mousse, Cheese and bacon crackers ,Chicken and leek risotto, Mocha coffee, Grated cheese, Porridge, Rye flour, Tomato soup, Fruit loaf, Wholegrain bread, Carrot cake, All in one meal - sausages, mash, veges, Sorbet, Chicken stock paste, Orangeade, Tomato sauce, Tomato paste, Yoghurt, Mango coulis, Spelt tortillas, Taco seasoning, Mushroom sauce, Tzazitki dip, Coleslaw, Mayonnaise, Banana bread, Beef stroganoff, Ginger lime fizz, Rice spring rolls, Beetroot salad and so much more.

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