KitchenAid KHB2351CU 3-Speed Hand Blender – Contour Silver

December 23, 2014 - Comment

The 3-Speed Hand Blender let’s you blend, crush, chop, puree and whisk. Simply choose the appropriate speed for your ingredients. The chopper attachment is great for processing harder cheeses, nuts and creating graham cracker crusts. The included whisk attachment whips creams and egg whites to fluffy peaks. Product Features Removable 8-Inch Blending Arm with Fixed

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The 3-Speed Hand Blender let’s you blend, crush, chop, puree and whisk. Simply choose the appropriate speed for your ingredients. The chopper attachment is great for processing harder cheeses, nuts and creating graham cracker crusts. The included whisk attachment whips creams and egg whites to fluffy peaks.

Product Features

  • Removable 8-Inch Blending Arm with Fixed Blade
  • Soft Grip Handle
  • Whisk Attachment
  • 2 1/2-Cup BPA-Free Chopper Attachment with Lid
  • Blend, crush, chop, puree and whisk

Comments

eGyrl says:

Just Not the Same I like the previous reviewer, I was unfortunate enough to get this as a warranty replacement. I had the Handheld Immersion Blender KitchenAid KHB100ER1. That was a work horse and I absolutely loved it!! I got this in the mail the other day as a replacement and decided to test it before sending off my other unit. I put it in the beans to make refried beans and the thing barely moved. Not only that, but the thing popped out of the blender attachment. It barely cut through the beans at the highest speed. I was so disappointed. I had such high hopes. I contacted kitchen aid immediately. I requested that my old hand held be fixed and sent back to me. Unfortunately you can only do that at your expense. They say this is an upgrade from the old hand immersion which had a motor based upon wattage. Which means you get so many revolutions per minute based upon the speed you selected. This unit is not based upon wattage but a D.C. motor, which isn’t based upon revolutions per minute…

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Compared to Cuisinart 2-Speed Hand Blender 0

J. Salvas "camerajim" says:

Not an Improvement I was unfortunate enough to get this as a warranty replacement for my old KitchenAid immersion blender and this new model is worse than the old model in almost every way I can see.The old model had nine continuously variable speeds. This one has three speeds and the highest does not seem as powerful as “9” on the old model.This model comes with a 3-cup mixing cup. The old one held 4 cups. The cup’s top also does not fit as snugly.On the older model, you pressed a couple of buttons to release the attachments. On this one, the blender attachment twists on and the motor does not actually attach to the chopping cup at all. Instead, it just sits on top, which means you have to be careful you don’t accidentally take it out while chopping. The old model also had a separate rubber base for the chopper. The new one has just a rubber o-ring on the bottom.I’m sure all this was done as a way to get the price down, but we don’t buy KitchenAid based…

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