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Monsieur Cuisine Smart: Lidl’s new food processor is unleashing the crowds, it sells for € 800 on Leboncoin
This Monday, December 6, Lidl launched a new food processor in its stores, called Monsieur Cuisine Smart. The reaction of customers was the same as for its predecessor, the Monsieur Cuisine Connect: they rushed to the shelves to get their copy. With the difference that they now resell them at a higher price on Leboncoin.
Lidl has found a good vein and intends to exploit it. After the phenomenal success of its Monsieur Cuisine Connect, the supermarket chain is giving it a new lease of life. This time the Monsieur Cuisine Smart, the new generation of food processors. This Monday, December 6, the device appeared on store shelves, chatting for the occasion many gatherings at the entrance. The enthusiasm is such that tickets were distributed to arrivals to contain the movements of crowds, testify some users on Twitter.
Cooking, mixing, kettle, mixing, fermentation, it must be said that the little robot has many arguments. On social networks, several customers admit to having queued for several hours to get their hands on the precious sesame. Those who did not get their ticket, or who went to a store that did not distribute, do not fail to express their disappointment. There remains the option of buying it on the Internet, you might say. But it would be without counting on the scalpers.
Scalpers even sell Lidl food processors
Since the pandemic, scalpers have multiplied on the Internet, stealing every stock of consoles, graphics cards and other electronic devices. Their field of action has even widened to a few collector’s items arousing a strong demand, and the Monsieur Cuisine Smart is therefore no exception. Already today, we can find food processors for sale on Lidl at prices close to € 800, which is twice as expensive as the original price.
However, it should be a little more optimistic on this point than with the PS5 and Xbox Series X, for example. If the enthusiasm is, on a scale, comparable, the inventory situation is much less. Indeed, by the end of the year, 180,000 units should find their way back to the shelves, in a total of 1,570 stores. It remains to be hoped that the robot will not be banned for sale, like its predecessor.