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Where to get real BRAUN ?

RFD,

I'm in the market for a real made in Germany BRAUN food processor.

I've seen some in Amazon but I'm hesitant to buy fakes from Asian countries.

Any suggestions where to buy the original from?
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Thrift shop?
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doomhammer wrote: RFD,

I'm in the market for a real made in Germany BRAUN food processor.

I've seen some in Amazon but I'm hesitant to buy fakes from Asian countries.

Any suggestions where to buy the original from?
Google. Or better yet ... contact Braun. Make sure you are writing in German.
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Definitely thrift shop. I've seen old, big ones there.

Braun seems to have headed into the personal care (shaving and toothbrush) market. Some of the very few kitchen products marketed in N. America are stick blenders (said to be not reliable long-term, but I have 2 - one inherited from my wife's mother and the other acquired free at a dump transfer station recycling stand) and coffee machines. There are blenders and food processors for the German market but the latter are tiny ("kompact" in German and if it's compact for Germany, it's tiny here). Expensive (~€200 and reviews on Amazon.de aren't very good to say the least). You might also find it's "Designed/engineered in Germany, made in China". :twisted: (My new Miele dishwasher says something like that, except it's made in Czech).
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thriftshopper wrote: Definitely thrift shop. I've seen old, big ones there.

Braun seems to have headed into the personal care (shaving and toothbrush) market. Some of the very few kitchen products marketed in N. America are stick blenders (said to be not reliable long-term, but I have 2 - one inherited from my wife's mother and the other acquired free at a dump transfer station recycling stand) and coffee machines. There are blenders and food processors for the German market but the latter are tiny ("kompact" in German and if it's compact for Germany, it's tiny here). Expensive (~€200 and reviews on Amazon.de aren't very good to say the least). You might also find it's "Designed/engineered in Germany, made in China". :twisted: (My new Miele dishwasher says something like that, except it's made in Czech).
Trying to avoid fake Chinese things .................

sigh ............... market is flooded with these !
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Buy used if you want made-in-Germany.

FWIW, my Braun stick blenders that are at least a decade old were already made in Spain.
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