Watch gourmets! Aldi wants to release a budget version of a Thermomix for only $ 299 – home cooks save an average of $ 2,000
- Aldi Australia has announced that it will release a version of the Thermomix
- The Mistral Thermo Cooker from the retailer costs $ 299
- A Thermomix TM6 – with 20 functions – is currently on sale for $ 2,269
Aldi Australia is planning to release a version of a Thermomix and it costs a fraction of the cost of the high-quality cooker.
The Mistral Thermo Cooker will go on sale on Saturday, September 7, costs $ 299 and comes with a three-year warranty.
The budget-friendly alternative is easy to compare with a Thermomix TM6, a unit with 20 functions and currently for sale for $ 2,269.
The all-in-one device from Aldi comes with a two-liter stainless steel bowl, mixing with 10 speeds, 1000 W heating power and an 800 W motor.
Aldi & # 39; s version of a Thermomix, priced at $ 299, (photo) has 10 cooking speeds and functions as a food processor, mixer, steamer and grater
The handy cooking gadget also comes with a chopping knife, mixing tool and recipe book.
According to Aldi, the Mistral Thermo Cooker functions as a food processor, mixer, steamer and grater.
& # 39; Chop, chop, boil, boil, whisk, knead, mix, stew, stir, steam, grate, bake, mix, melt, grind, whisk ice and even grind nuts.
A Thermomix TM6 (pictured left) is a cooking device with 20 functions and is currently on sale for $ 2,269
Sharp shoppers who have spotted in Aldi & # 39; s most recent catalog have gone to a Facebook group with budgeting to share the news.
& # 39; If you can't justify a Thermomix, Aldi has a cheaper option in their catalog on September 7, & wrote one alongside an overview of the gadget.
& # 39; I bought a similar version of Target a few years ago and would absolutely recommend it.
& # 39; Note that the brand is Mistral. This brand cooker has previously been sold in Spotlight and Big W. & # 39;
The gadget is in Aldi's most recent catalog and has since been placed on a Facebook page, making shoppers wild
From a series of positive comments about the thread, the Aldi-dupe seems to live up to the hype.
& # 39; I own this (Aldi version of Thermomix) and it's great! & # 39; Said one.
Another added: & # 39; I received this from Big W a few years ago. Not 100% the same but good for the price. & # 39;
& # 39; I had one before I got my Thermomix & # 39 ;, a third said, & # 39; it was really very good. Absolutely worth it. & # 39;
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