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Emmet Ryan: 'Juicer steals the show at Panasonic Convention'

The annual Panasonic convention in Frankfurt had a heavy focus on vintage but there was one new gizmo that jumped out from the rest

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

17th February, 2017
MacGyver would be proud Pic: Getty

MacGyver was a fantastic show. Resurrected for the current times in a new format, the original was peak 1980s with Richard Dean Anderson's titular character finding creative ways to do anything with everything. A human Swiss Army Knife, MacGyver would find uses for items that nobody would have seen coming.

There's a whole heap of MacGyver in the Panasonic L600 slow juicer. The ostensible purpose is to be a juicer and to do so, as...

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