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MilexSmart Robotic Cooker (Model: MRC002)


Retail: R6,000

Get ready to revolutionize your cooking experience with our multi-talented ChefBot! Discover the power of 30+ cooking modes, including Slow Cook, Steam, Mix, Blend, Weigh, Fry, Puree, Whisk, Knead, Chop, Self-Clean and more. This smart cooker can handle multiple functions simultaneously, giving you the freedom to explore endless culinary possibilities!

Enjoy the convenience of guided cooking with the Milex Smart Robotic Cooker's intuitive touchscreen and recipe app. With 50+ recipes and preset cooking times, the Milex Smart Robotic Cooker takes the guesswork out of your culinary creations. The Milex Smart Robotic Cooker is the perfect companion for beginners and experienced cooks alike. With its user-friendly interface and a wide range of recipes and functionalities, it makes cooking enjoyable and stress-free. Whether you're a novice in the kitchen or a seasoned pro, The Milex Smart Robotic Cooker is here to assist and inspire you every step of the way!

Product Features
  • WiFi connectivity
  • Guided cooking app
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Over 30 functions
  • 99-minute timer
  • 12-speed levels
  • 3.5L stainless steel bowl
  • Automatic shutdown
  • Pre programmed cooking times
  • Heat diffuser jar lid
  • Built-in scale
Product Specifications
  • 220-240V, 50Hz
  • 1600W
  • Dimensions (Boxed):  428mm W X 306mm D X 496mm H
What's in the box?
  • Milex Smart Robotic Cooker
  • Steam basket
  • Steamer
  • Spatula
  • Jug
  • Whisk
  • Chopping blade
  • Stirring paddle
  • Slicer
  • Jug lid
  • Tempered glass lid
  • 30ml measuring cup
  • User manual
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Birds of a feather

From the beginning of time - or somewhere around then - we humans have lived and worked alongside animals to really help us develop. We're talking cows for milk, horses for labour, dogs for companionship and protection, all of that jazz.

When it comes to birds and their feathers, we've also found plenty of things to make. We use feathers for lures in fly-fishing, we use them to make fletching (the tail bits of arrows), Harry Potter used feathers to write exams and do homework (though we still think a ballpoint pen would have been a lot more practical), you name it!

Now, we're not really up to fly-fishing or archery in this weather, and we certainly aren't interested in writing on parchment (again, had Hogwarts never heard of exam pads?) But a use for a feather we can really get behind (or under) is in our deal on 100% feather duvets from Duck Feather.