7-In-1 Imperial Food Processor $99 @ SureDeal

I am a sucker for a kitchen gadget. If it promises to make my life easier, give me less time and more productivity in the kitchen, I'll try it. Which normally leads to a lot of clutter in the kitchen, and machines that are a nightmare to clean after each use. There have been some real 'misses' in my time, and the occasional fabulous 'hit'.

This 7-in-1 Imperial Food Processor is selling at SureDeal for $99 - if you do a quick Google you'll see that's a regular sale price for it, but I can't see it on sale anywhere else at the moment. It is on sale elsewhere at it's regular price of $299 though.

So, the Imperial Chef Multi- Purpose 7-in 1 Food Processing Station is meant to replace a lot of other equipment in your kitchen.

It has a heavy duty chute for juicing large fruits and vegetables, and a stainless steel blade for chopping - apparently this is uniquely designed. It also has a chopper for meat cutting, a wet food grinder and a dry food grinder. There's a two-speed blender with a pulse function and a non-slip rubber base. It comes with a 1.5l jug for storing juices, and they say it's easy to clean, assemble and disassemble.

The only real down side is that there's a 4-6 week delivery period, meaning you may just have it in time for Mother's Day - although I'd recommend putting a really pretty necklace or favourite box of chocolates inside, just to ease the pain of receiving cooking equipment for Mother's Day.

So, you have around 130 hours left to make a decision, and when you buy you save $200, and will have this kitchen time and space saver shipped directly to you, no voucher redemption required.


TOPICS:   Home and Garden


  • odysseus
    Bit skeptical about this. Everywhere that has had it apart from the seller, has had it for $99. And the one place that sells it for $299 is the original seller, who is selling it on those other sites. Thus, there's nothing to benchmark it at $299, except they say so. And given they let it go so often, at so many places at $99, that appears to be the real price.
  • Donkey
    I'd reckon your going to get $99 worth of food processor myself... whizzz..... whizzz..... BOOOM.....
  • LouiseJ
    Fair enough @odysseus - but I didn't see it currently at $99 elsewhere when I searched for it, so if someone was waiting around for it to come up at $99 again, this is it. As to quality @Donkey, I couldn't agree more - I tend to go through a food processor a year, so I'm saving up for a Thermomix. But I know that's not for everyone!
  • odysseus
    Yeah, that was my point. It's really a $99 processor and they're just doing the equivalent of putting the -Was- $299 on it to get more sales, even though it's probably never sold at that price.
    • LouiseJ
      ;) Not sure about 'never'. You can currently buy it at homewarez.com.au for $299, so it must sell at that price whenever there aren't offers on, although it looks like they do offers quite regularly around the sales sites on the web.
      • odysseus
        Yes, homewarez is the distributor. They may well advertise it at that price, but that doesn't mean that they've ever sold it at that price :-)
        • LouiseJ
          ah, with that I can't argue :)

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