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Soyer introduces 'Super' series of hand blender

18 Dec 2014, 04:44 pm

Soyer introduces 'Super' series of hand blender
New Delhi, Dec 18 (NITN): Soyer has launched a new 'Super' series of Hand Blender-the HB 111, which claims to prepare milkshakes, soups and purees quicker and easier.

The HB 111 combines a 200 W motor with sharp multipurpose stainless steel blades. 

The Super Hand Blender HB111 comes with a detachable stainless steel shaft, for easy cleaning. Sporting an ergonomic design for easy grip, the hand blender comes with a wall mount, for convenient storage.The added advantage of 2-speed soft push buttons, blends tough ingredients, make the HB 111 a perfect kitchen partner, the company said in a statement.

Speaking on the launch Rajesh Bansal, MD, Soyer India said, “At Soyer, we constantly strive to raise the bar, with every new launch backed by deep consumer insights. Superior performance and ease of use are paramount to us while designing a product. The new Soyer Hand Blender HB111 makes it easy to prepare healthy foods. With a host of useful features, affordable pricing and an extended product warranty, the HB111 we believe will appeal to our customers.”

Priced at Rs 1295.00, the Soyer Super Hand Blender HB111 comes with a warranty of two years with an additional two hundred days. The product is available in over 50,000 stores of all formats across the country, besides online shopping portals such as Flipkart, Rediff, Shopclues, EBay and Home shop 18.

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