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Philips Soup Maker, Makes 2-4 servings, HR2204/70 $89.96

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Soups Vide?
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it was $99.99 Nov 8 through Jan 1. Here are the stats

Lowest$89.96
Current$89.96
Average 3 months$112.92
Average 6 months$115.70
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Why so expensive? An auto cooker? Like we can cook any soup just by throwing all the vegi in? Then it's the same with any rice cooker (even a $15 Target cooker).
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Why so expensive? An auto cooker? Like we can cook any soup just by throwing all the vegi in? Then it's the same with any rice cooker (even a $15 Target cooker).
Has a 6 presets. It has a heating element (cooks raw meat, pasta, etc) and an integrated blender. Looks like it makes a complete soup in 18 minutes. I personally think it's an expensive luxury item I don't need but it's a good price based on history. This looks like an item for someone who really likes soup and doesn't have time to cook it.
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Has a 6 presets. It has a heating element (cooks raw meat, pasta, etc) and an integrated blender. Looks like it makes a complete soup in 18 minutes. I personally think it's an expensive luxury item I don't need but it's a good price based on history. This looks like an item for someone who really likes soup and doesn't have time to cook it.
I am interested in the built in blender. Yes, it's a luxury item. Most of my soups are chunky ones, though.

I saw a smoothie mode on it. Can it make icecold smoothie?
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I am interested in the built in blender. Yes, it's a luxury item. Most of my soups are chunky ones, though.

I saw a smoothie mode on it. Can it make icecold smoothie?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q...lEY&t=236s
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Good price.. it was $99.99 Nov 8 through Jan 1. Here are the stats

Lowest$89.96
Current$89.96
Average 3 months$112.92
Average 6 months$115.70
Hey, it's helpful that you share this. One thing to note, related to the existing SD bug for years now for users with dark mode, certain things like your posts with price history don't display right in dark mode. You aware of that?

Btw, you using APIs or scripts to insert the CCC price history into a post or manually copy/pasting?
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$99 at HSN. Even HSN sold this at $99. That means this isn't much of a deal Smilie

Good for baby food?
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Hey, it's helpful that you share this. One thing to note, related to the existing SD bug for years now for users with dark mode, certain things like your posts with price history don't display right in dark mode. You aware of that?

Btw, you using APIs or scripts to insert the CCC price history into a post or manually copy/pasting?
I manually type the price history into a notepad template before copy and pasting into the post. (SD doesn't allow scripts) .
Good to know about the color issues with the app, I'll change it to regular bold and see how that works. Much appreciated.
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I am interested in the built in blender. Yes, it's a luxury item. Most of my soups are chunky ones, though.

I saw a smoothie mode on it. Can it make icecold smoothie?
It does have smoothie functions (you can see a pic of the smoothie it can make in the product photos).
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#foreveralone

Who's making only 2 portion of soup, even for one person?
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For this price surely an Instapot is a better option. Ours makes delicious soups. Ok, no blender built in, but you can do so much more with it and there are so many recipes online.
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What a strange device.
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For this price surely an Instapot is a better option. Ours makes delicious soups. Ok, no blender built in, but you can do so much more with it and there are so many recipes online.
It's also 4x the size.
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