How old is a Thermomix TM31?
The TM31 in coming up for its 10th birthday and has been lugged thousands of kilometres for a few years in a van. For a kitchen appliance used many times a day over 10 years this is exceptional.
What is the difference between Thermomix TM31 and TM5?
The differences between the TM31 and the TM5 the bowl is slightly bigger (10% larger); the Varoma and ThermoServer are also slightly bigger; they look different (the TM5 has a touchscreen and dial whereas the TM31 has buttons and a dial);
Is the TM31 safe?
“We would like to clarify that the TM31 has never been the subject of a product recall,” the statement read. “We want to reassure our 300,000 Australian customers that Thermomix products are absolutely safe, providing they are used in line with the manufacturer’s instructions.”
What are the different models of Thermomix?
The chronology of Thermomix models is as follows:
- Thermomix VKM5 (1961)
- Thermomix VM 10 (decade of 1960s)
- Thermomix VM 2000 (1971)
- Thermomix VM 2200 (1977)
- Thermomix TM 3000 (1980)
- Thermomix TM 3300 (1982)
- Thermomix TM 21 (1996)
- Thermomix TM 31 (2004)
How much does a Thermomix TM31 cost?
$350. This is the typical retail price.
When was TM6 released?
TM6 Thermomix review – The TM6 has been available in Australia now since July 2019.
Does the TM31 Varoma fit the TM5?
Not Compatible There are differences in the volumes of the TM31 and TM5, TM6 Thermomix® for the cooking bowl and the Varoma.
What is a TM31?
The Thermomix is basically the world’s most powerful blender that also cooks and stirs. You can use it to knead dough or mix batter. It comes with two steamer baskets, a small one that fits inside the blender bowl and a large one that perches on top.
Can a Thermomix explode?
In March 2016 a Perth mother who said an exploding Thermomix gave her second-degree burns was perhaps the most widely reported incident of the device malfunctioning. Danika Jones told BuzzFeed News she had been cooking pasta in her Thermomix when it “just exploded”.
How much commission does a Thermomix consultant make?
Consultants. Thermomix consultants operate on a commission basis earning $220 per appliance, rising to as much as $380 per machine after five or more sales per month. According to Grace Mazur, the founder and owner of Thermomix in Australia, the consultants are key to Thermomix’s sales process.
Why is Thermomix called bimby?
Bimby is a registered trademark for Thermomix in Portugal and in Italy. This is due to the fact that the name “Thermomix” was already in use by another home appliance in those countries and could not be registered by Vorwerk. Thermomix may be its official name, but Bimby is its friendly nickname.