Lidl: Monsieur Cuisine Plus sold off because soon to be obsolete? – EconomyMorning


Since the dispute before the courts between Silvercrest, Lidl’s household appliance brand, and Vorwerk, producer of the Thermomix, the discounter’s customers could wonder whether the Monsieur Cuisine cooker was going to be back on the shelves. It’s been done since June 3, 2021, but it could be interesting to skip your turn …

Lidl sells Monsieur Cuisine in promotion…

Since June 3, 2021, Lidl customers have noticed the large stocks of Monsieur Cuisine Plus robot cookers that have arrived in stores. With good news: the price is down sharply since the robot cooker is displayed at 199 euros per unit. At launch, the price was 80 euros higher, so that would make it a good deal.

The robot available from Lidl is not, however, the last of the German discounter: the Monsieur Cuisine Connect is the latest version, but costs more: 359 euros… when it is possible to find it. However, it is precisely the Connect version which is at the center of the legal dispute in Spain where marketing was prohibited and where Lidl was ordered to compensate Vorwerk.

Run out of stocks… before the new model?

The promotion is tempting, but Michel Biero, executive purchasing director of Lidl France, revealed in an interview with the newspaper The Parisian on June 2, 2021, that a new version of the robot cooker was in preparation. This time, it would be a new Monsieur Cuisine Connect: “ we are preparing a new connected version, which will be even more successful than the previous one, for the end of 2021 “.

The less impatient, or those interested who want wifi connectivity and improvements, therefore have every interest to wait and not to jump on the Monsieur Cuisine Plus. Because this one, already relatively obsolete compared to Monsieur Cuisine Connect, will be even more so in just a few months …