KitchenAid Variable Speed Immersion Blender - Ink Blue
- Variable speeds with a trigger switch provide versatility for blending, pureeing, and crushing
- Removable 8" blending arm with a 4-point stainless steel blade makes quick work of smoothies, soups, hummus, and shakes
- Three-cup BPA-free blending jar with lid is ideal for blending smaller quantities and storing them for later
- Removable pan guard helps protect your cookware while you blend
- Hand Blender Base
- Removable 8" Blending Arm
- BPA Free Blending Pitcher
- Blending Pitcher Lid
- Removable Pan Guard
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Of the 112 reviewers who responded, 109 would recommend this product.
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- Sturdy - Well Made- 30 septembre 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Kitchen Aid never disappoints. I had been looking for a hand blender for a while now and I finally decided on this one. I am so glad I did. First it feels sturdy. Too often hand blenders can feel light and cheap. This is a very sturdy blender. It is the perfect weight in my opinion. I realy appreciate that it also comes with its own 3 cup blending jar. I also like that it doesn't scratch the bowl or pan that I am using when blending items. The grip is great and the trigger is easy to use. My kids love to help make smoothies and I like making salsa with this. This is my new go to gadget in the kitchen. I look for any excuse to use it now.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A simple and effective appliance- 21 septembre 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This hand blender definitely does what it claims to do -- pretty much anything you have a recipe to blend and it's definitely up to the task. Given its simplicity, to me, the best feature is the power button which doubles as a speed control. It's a bit of an intuitive process, but the harder you push down/squeeze the power button, the faster the blender will operate. There appear to be at least three levels of power as the button is pushed down, and while not difficult to figure out, as mentioned, it is rather intuitive to learn what level of blending you're after. In my view, this hand blender is definitely worth going after.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- gotta read! important!!- 27 mars 2021
first off, meant to buy the cordless. my bad. but decided to keep the corded one. bought it to make homemade marinara b/c the canned and jar sauce is too acidic and gives me heartburn. and the g/f some bad flatulance. ok...and me too. but homemade sauce isn't as acidic and tastes way better. cooked up a pot of sauce and while it was cooking, drove over and picked up this lil' gem. it only took about 15 secs to puree' a 4 qt pot of chunky sauce to a smooth sauce. be careful though...was kinda playing around w/ it and b/c of the torque, it almost came out from the sauce and repainted the kitchen tomato red. it's also great at making a lot of bubbles for a bubble bath. the dogs love lots of bubbles. overall, i'm happy w/ my purchase.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.