The original all-in-one appliance has had a facelift, making life a whole lot easier for working mums.

The Thermomix just got a whole lot smarter, with the sixth generation of the kitchen essential set to launch later this year. With a number of new features and capabilities, the TM6’s touch screen makes it easy to whip up everything from weeknight dinners to delicious desserts!

The Secret Is Out

When the TM5 was released back in 2o14, consumers were outraged that the company had not announced the launch, with many purchasing outdated models as a result. “Clearly Thermomix has put its customers in a spin following a choppy launch of its new model,” Choice Magazine said at the time. “While it doesn’t appear that the company had broken the law, they ground down the trust with their once loyal fan base.” It looks like the brand learnt their lesson the hard way, sending out a detailed announcement this time around, including an overview of all the updated features the new model has to offer.

Anything You Can Do…

The TM6 includes improved connectivity, with both WIFI and Bluetooth integrated into the appliance. It also features an all access pass to Cookidoo 2.0, the Thermomix recipe library, right from the first use. To hold all those incredible new recipes, the TM6 has 16GB of storage and better processor than the TM5, as well as a bigger touch screen that displays videos and images. Perhaps the most exciting updates are the new cooking features offered by the TM6, such as sous vide, browning and fermentation. There’s even the possibility of the TM6 eventually being linked to other appliances and smart home interfaces such as Google Home and Alexa!

With the TM6 to be rolled out in the US later this year, Aussie Thermomix enthusiasts should keep their eyes peeled for their chance to purchase the latest sensation in cooking technology!

Are you a Thermomix fan? Will you purchase the TM6? Let us know in the comments.



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  • I could never justify the price.

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  • They are just so expensive!

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  • I know a lady who has an earlier model and has never had any issues with it at all.
    Yes they are very expensive but ideal for people with special needs diets.

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  • There are much more affordable options but good on them for improving on their prooduct

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  • I just wish the price point was more achievable !

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  • Would like to have one. Its the cost of a 2nd car and also almost half a year rental for me.

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  • Too expensive for me to purchase so I’ll stick to the old fashioned ways I know.

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  • I’d love to test one out but I’m not going to buy one otherwise.

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  • After all the reported issues with Thermomix in the past, will people be rushing out to buy the upgraded version? Maybe not. I’m more then happy with my KCook…….when I finally learn how to use it, I’m sure it will be a hit

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  • As someone who has TM5 I don’t really see the advantage of upgrading to this machine – and for an additional $200 (to the already expensive brand) just for a larger screen and bluetooth and wifi – I think I will pass.

    It will do exactly what my TM5 does now, I can use my tablet or phone and google recipes and use the recipe books i have already, so no need to upgrade for me

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  • If I would have the money, then yes. But I don’t, so no :)

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  • Just amazing how far and how advanced cooking appliances have come. It’s so exciting to see

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  • I don’t have one, bu the new model looks good.

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  • It is a great invention, but out of the normal household budget.

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  • Far to expensive for every mother

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