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Shopping Looking to buy something specific? Want to recommend a favourite shop or market?

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Old 30-01-2019, 11:10
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Can anyone recommend a good and reliable brand? We would like an electric one but don't want to pay more than 50-60 euros. It will be sitting on the worktop so we'd like one that looks quite smart i.e. not white plastic. One which seems to be widely sold is called Jata but I'm not familiar with that brand - is it any good?
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Good one is "EL BOW GREA SE" wildly avaliable.
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Old 30-01-2019, 13:07
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https://www.toptenselect.com/10-best-citrus-juicers/
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Each of the 'top ten juicers' are listed as available from Amazon. No local suppliers mentioned.
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Each of the 'top ten juicers' are listed as available from Amazon. No local suppliers mentioned.
Can Tesco deliver the oranges? South African or Moroccan perhaps?
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OK guys enough of the sarcasm, Kate was asking for recommendations, if you don't have any then please don't post .
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Point taken Sparky.

Katie, We bought most of our small kitchen equipment and tableware from Fernadez in Carrer del Xaloc. He has a limited range so seems to only stock the better products. He speaks pretty much no English but is very patient and friendly!

If I needed a juicer, that's where I would go.
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Each of the 'top ten juicers' are listed as available from Amazon. No local suppliers mentioned.
Yeah....because local suppliers weren't asked for. Its quite easy to bring one out with you if you can find what you want. Alternatively, you can check local suppliers knowing what is available generally.

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OK guys enough of the sarcasm, Kate was asking for recommendations, if you don't have any then please don't post .
Sorry...saw this after my post!
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Alcampo or Cortes Ingles would be our first thought
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Someone is selling a brand new, Smeg citrus press in pastel blue, on site Mallorca Zero, if you are interested.
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Wish I hadn't asked now.... thanks to all who provided useful info! The Smeg one looks lovely and gets great reviews....though it's very expensive new - think we will talk to the guy Hanser recommends too. Hate seeing our oranges/lemons going to waste - there's only so many you can use in G&Ts!
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