Why Buy Me?
- 4 in 1 New Generation Food Maker Steam cooks, blends, defrosts and reheats
- Large capacity glass bowl and stainless steel basket - to preserve the nutritional value of baby's food
- Steam cooks quickly in only 15 minutes using minimal amounts of CO2, energy and water
Babycook® Neo is the new generation food maker from Beaba. Made with respect for the environment and the nutritional quality of food. It is an eco-designed product using 48% less Carbon dioxide and 50% less water and energy consumption than the Babycook® Solo model. Using quality materials to ensure healthy food thanks to its steam cooking and its innovating materials - glass bowl and stainless-steel basket. Babycook® Neo - Steam cooks, blends, defrosts and reheats. It has a large capacity stainless steel basket to allow 600 grams of food to be prepared and incorporates an ergonomic handle to easily transfer food at the end of the cooking cycle. High quality glass bowl which does not degrade with time and preserves flavours. High quality double level stainless steel blade for uniform mixing - smooth, mixed, lumps and chunks. Stainless steel tank with wide opening for good access and easy filling with integrated measuring levels. Soft steam modulation cooking to preserve nutritional quality of food, collect the right amount of cooking juices and limit water consumption. Made in France.
Age Suitability: 4 months+
Please read care instructions prior to purchase
The Babycook Neo glass bowl is made from borosilicate glass. Its high-quality glass is made to withstand a gradual heat increase which also ensures healthy cooking. The following precautions are required to ensure that it lasts for a long time:
- After a cooking cycle, leave the bowl to cool for a few minutes before rinsing it with warm then cool water.
- We advise you wash by hand rather than in a dishwasher. Some dishwasher detergents can be aggressive and may reduce the lifespan of the bowl and its parts.
- Avoid knocking or banging it which may scratch and/or weaken the bowl.
Repetitive changes in temperature and/or 'shocks', as mentioned above, can have a long-term effect on your bowl and may result in breaking over time. Please be aware that this type of damage is not covered under warranty.
Dimensions: 21.5 x 21.5 x 26.5cm
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