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Philips Intelligent Food Processor
Jul 09, 2010 03:47 PM 26263 Views

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We purchased Philips Intelligent food processor (HL-1659) having 5-jars and motor with 750 Watts. The dealer convinced us how good the product is and how this is called intelligent. It works on a spring based mechanism which holds the jar while the motor is running. Unfortunately, due to the vibrations caused by the motor, the spring simply lifts and releases the jar. This causes the motor to stop. The demonstration was carried out by using empty jars whereas if you attempt with loaded jar at home it will simply not work. Very poor engineering from such a mammoth company like Philips. Initially, the customer executive from Philips told us they may to send this to company. The dealer keeps telling that we are the first people to make this sort of complaint. With great difficulty, we could return the product we got our money back.


We are now happy with 600 W Inalsa food processor even though it is not as intelligent as Philips is supposed to be. I recommend Inalsa food processor to all.


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