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Breville’s holiday gift ideas under 10K for the home

Wracking your brains about what gift to give your friends, family, loved ones and significant others this Christmas? Let Australian kitchen brand Breville, established more than 80 years ago, save you with this list:

The Breville Compact Kettle (Php 3,900) may be small, but it doesn’t scrimp on features, making it that perfect, affordable Christmas gift. It has a 4-cup capacity that’s just right, and the soft-open lid ensures you won’t get hot water splash back. The water window shows you how much water is inside, while the lid release button helps you fill the kettle with water with ease. 

Impress your guests, relatives and friends during your Christmas reunions with the Breville Multi Chef (Php 6,900). This kitchen wonder helps you prepare those special appetizers to desserts. Create creamy risotto or a tender, slow-cooked meal or use the sauté/sear setting so you can brown all your fresh ingredients.

If you’re serving special sandwiches or preparing waffles for the family on Christmas morning or any other day, the Breville Original ’74 Jaffle Maker (Php 5,499) does the job so well. Its durable polished stainless steel with wide sealing edges makes this sandwich maker last a lifetime.

Blend better with your loved ones by giving them the new Kinetix Twist Blender (Php 9,999) a member of the Breville Kinetix Superstar blenders. Coming with powerful functions and features such as the mini-Kinetix® Blade and Bowl-Hugging System, its central blades crush and chop, while wide blades fold and aerate ingredients. It comes with five task controls with pre-programmed settings for easy operation. 

Get your freshest fruit and veggie concoctions in a jiffy with the Breville Juice Fountain Max (Php 9,300). Its chute is 25 percent larger to fit bigger fruits, and get more juice with its patented feed tube and filter to get 20 percent more vitamins and minerals.

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