KitchenAid KHB2561CU 5-Speed Hand Blender – Contour Silver

December 23, 2014 - Comment

The 5-Speed Hand Blender is one countertop appliance with limitless options and versatility. The 8-Inch blending arm reaches perfectly into deeper pots. The Industry’s First Interchangeable Bell Blade Assemblies can be easily changed with no tools required; Simply twist off and on to switch from one bell blade assembly to another. The S-blade is ideal

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The 5-Speed Hand Blender is one countertop appliance with limitless options and versatility. The 8-Inch blending arm reaches perfectly into deeper pots. The Industry’s First Interchangeable Bell Blade Assemblies can be easily changed with no tools required; Simply twist off and on to switch from one bell blade assembly to another. The S-blade is ideal for blending, the multi-purpose blade crushes ice and the frother/beater blade froths milk. Also included, a whisk and chopper attachment for even greater versatility.

Product Features

  • Removable 8-Inch Blending Arm
  • Industry’s First Interchangeable Bell Blade Assemblies
  • Soft Grip Handle
  • Whisk Attachment
  • Blend, crush, chop, puree and whisk

Comments

slipslip says:

Nice. I had been looking at immersion blenders for a while, checking prices, reading reviews. I had also had been looking at food processors, because mine hit the wall (figuratively. Literally, it hit the floor) and I rely on it heavily. I decided to get this little beauty because I am easily coerced into buying things based on brand recognition. I had no idea that I was going to kill two birds with one blender (not really “birds.” More like one soup, one salsa). It works great. The carrying case makes me feel important when I take it out, and I have the urge to say something like, “step back. I’ll handle this.”We have a smoothie blender for smoothies, so I haven’t tried it for that, but I’ve done soups, salad dressings, sauces, chutneys and salsas and it works like a dream. Clean up is easy, it feels sturdy, and it gets the job done.The cord is slightly annoying, it completely gets in the way of me pretending it’s a magic wand, but it isn’t, it’s a kitchen tool, so I’ll just…

Tricia Callahan "Once A Month Mom" says:

Immersion Blender on Steroids! 0

JoMo "Sound Guy" says:

It’s ok, but a step down on quality from last generation I had to replace our KitchenAid immersion blender because it burned out while mixing some Almond Butter. This new set seems to be a much cheaper design compared to KitchenAid’s their last generation. The wand locks on to the motor in a partial turn instead of a snap on lock like the last design which seems destined to crack one day. The variable speed is a 5 step turn knob instead of continuously variable knob. One real annoyance is that it is more difficult to grip this knob. It’s a flat, low profile disk and very smooth finish making it tough to grip while cooking/mixing if you need to change the speed. The switch also feels very cheap and not solid like to tall, round knob from their last design which worked great.What is new is the 2 additional choices on the mix blades. However, I tried using the batter mix blade head but it did not do a very good job on simple corn bread batter. I needed to move it all around the batter and didn’t pull in the dry mix to the wet…

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