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Cuisinart Smartpower 600-watt Blender


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  • Chic retro look
  • Cast metal and stainless housing
  • 600 watt motor
  • 50 ounce glass jar
  • Includes one-ounce removeable measuring cup


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000Y651Y
  • Item model number: CB-600FPPC4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,332 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Creating delicious smoothies and blended drinks is a snap with this powerful blender with included one%2Dounce measuring cup Chic retro look Cast metal and stainless housing 600 watt motor 50 ounce glass jar Includes one%2Dounce removeable measuring cup%2E

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Customer Reviews

Then one day about two months later it stopped working.
Ripley
My big complaint is that if the glass jar isn't seated just right the plastic drive blades at the base and on the jar spin the plastic right off!
PAL
The spout that pours the mix out manages to spill half of the contents.
A. Pavelescu

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 15, 2004
This blender has great power - which is why I bought it and the price was decent. The base (where the motor is) is nice and solid and metal cased. The glass jar is solid and huge. The part which I have BIG complaints about is the bottom part (which you screw the jar and blades into) This part is made of CHEAP THIN PLASTIC plus it is very very difficult to screw on tightly (to prevent leaks when blending) and even more difficult to unscrew once you finish use and want to clean it.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By speedyk on September 30, 2010
Bought on sale at Costco for $47 new. VitaMix guy was demoing, but I wanted to try the smoothie lifestyle first. With a small portion of the money I saved (1/8th the cost of the VM) I got big bags of frozen fruit and juices and some veggies to try.

I see some of the other reviewers have had issues...I'll leave it there.

If you try pouring from the little spout in the center it won't work, but if you pour from the corner it works perfectly well and is easier on your hand.

If you can't get the pitcher base off (and the skirt is thin plastic with no good grip), put it on the base and then loosen by turning against the base, very easy. Same with making it tight, only turn it the other way, the part that contacts the motor base is thicker than the skirt.

If the drive slips because you didn't bother to put the pitcher on properly, you need to slow down and focus a bit. Perhaps cut down on coffee. Take 5 and go fire a couple of employees, then try again.

All that said, this model is not a VitaMix or a Blendtec. If you put certain kinds of veggies in it you will get a chewy smoothie unless you have time to wait. Some people recommend chewy, it's supposed to stimulate your salivary glands and help digest the smoothie. I've made a pitcherful nearly every day for 5 months now, and it's held up. It does smell sometimes when I've been using it hard.

So, good points bad points. You want to feed a family or run a smoothie counter, this might not hold up. It's worked well as an entry-level smoothie maker for me. The glass pitcher is much nicer that Blendtec's or VitaMix's plastic ones, but the motor isn't.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 22, 2004
I found this blender to be very powerful and crushes ice easily. It's easy to pull apart and clean. Comes with a recipe book that has great smoothie recipes! I recommend this blender to anyone looking for a powerful heavy duty blender without spending a fortune!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Beyond the Foo on September 4, 2007
I've had this blender for a while now and I absolutely hate it. I use it almost exclusively for smoothies made of frozen fruit and juice (no ice); for smoothies it's a real problem. The blades stick all the time. It blends the bottom fruit without getting to the top. Worst of all, it DOES NOT POOR WITHOUT SPILLING. I have no idea how ANY company could design a blender without some kind of pouring lip. This product should be pulled from the market and redesigned. Don't be sucked in by the Cuisinart name. Save your money.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amy on March 2, 2012
I would like to reiterate what several other reviewers have commented on. This blender was loud from the start and within a couple of months of daily smoothie-making, the motor started struggling and smoking. It turns out that the "smoke" was actually the smell of the cheap plastic cutting assembly, which ultimately melted down. This was the shortest-lived blender I have ever purchased, though certainly not the cheapest. Like many others, I assumed the Cuisinart brand name was linked to quality. I won't make that mistake again!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 27, 2011
I must have made it clear that I needed a new blender because I got 2 for Christmas; this one and a cheaper $17. blender from Wal-Mart. This blender works okay, but its design flaws make it a nuisance to use.
The square top makes things get stuck in the corners and not mix well, as well as making it impossible to pour out anything thicker than buttermilk without making a huge mess.
The rubber lid is pretty bendable and doesn't create a very good seal if you are using a liquid that is even slightly warm. DO NOT BLEND HOT SOUP IN THIS BLENDER. Although the instructions say that boiling liquids may be blended after cooling for 5 minutes, it is extremely dangerous! As soon as you turn it on, the lid comes flying off, spewing hot liquid everywhere. I used all my weight to try and keep this from happening and the lid still comes off slightly.
The plastic handle attached to a glass jar feels cheap as if it is going to crack off at any moment. All in all I like my $17 Wave Station better.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Marc on January 20, 2008
I purchased this model refurbished from Amazon. When it arrived, there were scratches on the base. I would have thought the base would have been replaced during refurbishment, but oh well, I can live with that. From the first time I used this unit, there was an electric burning smell when running the motor for just a short period of time - I didn't put any major strains on this unit. I though maybe this smell was just normal when the motor was running, but it just died after about 4 months and 10 times of use. Also, the motor base is stainless steel as stated, but the handle and jar collar are just silver plastic. The jar collar can be difficult to remove when trying to access the blades for cleaning. When making smoothies, it did develop that annoying air pocket around the blades that keeps the contents from blending.
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