LIDL is doing it again and will be putting its SilverCrest food processor on sale next Thursday. The device is available for less than 50 euros and is part of the policy of » low prices from the German dealer. And this device is likely to outshine some of its competitors.
The unbeatable prices from LIDL
LIDL does this best. Attract regular and new customers by offering them unbeatable prices. Most loyal LIDL customers appreciate this supermarket for what it offers. Namely cheap clothes, garden tools, groceries from different countries and even kitchen utensils. In this context, LIDL surprised its most loyal customers with the return of a bestseller.
On August 4th, the German brand LIDL hopes to mobilize consumers with their SilverCrest food processor. And the company is hitting hard. And that’s where the device sells for under 50 euros. Alone it seems very hard to beat that price. In comparison, the Proline RP11 has the lowest price. And even that costs around 70 euros, which is 20 euros more. Twenty euros more with the same equipment. This option represents a very good deal.
The SilverCrest brand from LIDL
SilverCrest is a sub-brand of LIDL, the major German brand. Under this brand, the brand markets all kinds of appliances and household products. Household appliances, kitchen appliances, connected devices and multimedia. Or devices for care and cosmetics. That SilverCrest branded products typically benefit from a 2 or 3 year warranty. This means you have the option to make a claim or request a refund. And this if the product in question is not repaired or replaced during the warranty period.
On the other hand, you will not be able to find SilverCrest spare parts directly in these LIDL stores. If you have a problem with a defective product and need a replacement part, you can use the warranty. But only if the purchase was made within the last 2 or 3 years. If it is one of the oldest products, you can find spare parts in stores or online stores.
The SilverCrest robot
However, a low price does not necessarily mean a low-quality robot. At first glance, the SilverCrest has the essential qualities ofan excellent confectioner. It benefits from a traditional baking set consisting of a whisk, beater and flat beater. In combination with the 5 liter bowl, you can create great specialties with this accessory. The only downside seems to be the shape of the whip. Indeed, we have our doubts about the shape of the whip, which doesn’t appear as wide as some other competitors.
If the force is not only to be the subject of an interpretation, but is associated with the motorization and the architecture of the robot, it appears weak. It only reaches 650W. The LIDL device has eight speeds to be able to adapt to the recipe to be prepared. This makes all combinations possible, making it a multitasking device. Finally, a leak-proof lid seems to come with the food processor to prevent spills. Most of the more modern versions have this option, saving you the hassle of cleaning up after you’ve made the best pastry you’ve ever seen. So what are you waiting for?