Philips' 2008 Consumer Lifestyle product range

We showcase the coolest products and gadgets from Philips’ Consumer Lifestyle launch

Juice is all the rage these days. The Philips ALU Juicer and 750W Blender allow you to get that juice-boost outside of the mall. With over a million units already sold worldwide, the ALU Juicer's quality is pretty much guaranteed. The extra-large feeding tube swallows fruit and vegetables whole, with the powerful 700W motor making short work of seeds and pulp.

In addition to fruit shakes, the 750W Blender can blend almost anything yo care to chuck inside it. With an illuminated multi-speed dial and dedicated ice crushing and mixing modes, users can blend to suit their taste — smooth and juicy, thick and creamy, or crunchy and icy. (Juicer RRP: $179.95, blender RRP: $139.95)

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