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Cuisinart CBT-700 PowerEdge Die-Cast 700-Watt Blender
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- 700-Watt of blending power
- Die-cast metal housing with backlit functions
- Dishwasher safe 56-ounce; glass easy-pour blender jar
- Pre-programmed smoothie and ice crush functions
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Top Customer Reviews
To date we have throughly tested the following and found them all lacking in one way or another:
Oster 4093 Classic Beehive Blender, Chrome
Waring PBB25 Professional Bar Blender, Black and Stainless Steel
Vita-Mix 1700 Turbo Blend 4500 Countertop Blender with 2+ HP Motor
Oster BPST02-B Professional Series Blender, Black
Now our CBT-700 REVIEW:
The Cuisinart CBT-700 is the latest blender model to be released by the company. It combines the wide glass jar design of earlier models with a new SMART electronics system that provides preprogrammed functions for common uses such as making smoothies and crushing ice.
So far our results have been good, but we have noticed that the jar design does not funnel ingredients down into the blades as well as the Oster Beehive blender we tried. However, since as many other reviewers have mentioned on those product pages, Oster blenders suffer from a serious design flaw in which the drive system snaps in half, it really can't be compared to something that will actually last more than a few weeks.Read more ›
The Cuisinart CBT-700 is the latest blender model to be released from the company, having first hit the market in March of 2009. The blender features the wide glass jar of the CBT-500 with a newly designed 6 bladed blade design. The new blade is supposed to be better at creating the vortex action needed to pull the food into the blades for proper blending. It also features a new SMART electronics system that provides preprogrammed cycles for Smoothies and Ice Crushing.
After having been disappointed with the blending action the Waring Classic, we were very pleased with the results we are getting from the CBT-700. I have found that although the Smoothie function works very well, I still feel the need to use the PUREE speed for a few more seconds afterwards to get the smoothie to the consistency I like. Running the smoothie cycle twice would be too much, and this one short extra step is no problem for me.
The blender is relatively quiet considering the 700 watt motor. It is easily the quietest blender we have tried so far and I have no issues with the motor noise. I think those who have complained about this model's motor noise have NO IDEA how much louder competing blenders can be! ;o)
After suffering through the early failure of the Oster Beehive Classic due to a sheared off rubber drive coupler, I was pleased to see that the CBT-700 uses the traditional star shaped "clutch" design used on many other brands.Read more ›
Cuisinart customer service said they had never had this complaint before and sent me a new top and pour lid but they were exactly the same. I spoke again with customer service and politely explained that the same problem exists with the second lid. She said they had "never heard of such a problem". I let her know that the officials (not customers) who do the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval reviews mentioned the difficulty in getting the top on and off in their online review but unfortunately I did not read it before buying. Silly rabbit, I just went with Cuisinart because I thought they had a good reputation.
The customer service rep went off the line for a few minutes, came back and reported that she had gone to her own sample of the product and guess what? SHE AGREED!! I was right, it was really hard to get on and off.
I had an easy solution. Send me a black top for my OLD Cuisinart Power 7 blender glass bowl, which I still had, and I would just use that, because the glass bowl fits the new base and blade assembly perfectly. Couldn't do it. Asked for supervisor, he couldn't do it either. They said it was a liability and safety issue.
They offered to pick up the defective model and have it checked out. Reasonable offer but that is not likely to make a difference.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The unit met all of our requirements for heavy home kitchen use.Published 3 months ago by Barry W Meyer
A fork duct taped to a drill would do a better job of making a smoothie than this piece of excrement. I am so thoroughly disappointed... Read morePublished 11 months ago by martin kinney
I bought it few months ago and it does not work any more.Expensive and I can not return. What should i do? It is expensive.Published 16 months ago by Tamara Lezhava
Capacity that can be cooked is small blender that sells in Japan
I like it very much
Delivery was quite fast
Date of Birth: February 2014
Date of Death: September 2014
A short and unimpressive life. When I first got the blender I did not really use it much... Read more
Plenty of power, noisy and heavy. leaves some large chucks of ice when making smoothies.Published 19 months ago by Consumer4334
I bought my first model and the motor burned out. I thought that was a fluke and purchased another and it died today with smoke coming from the motor. Read morePublished 19 months ago by David K. Kreisberg
So far this blender has done all I ask. I make a smoothy for my mornings in batches of 4 days. Said smoothie has celery, ginder, frozen berries and some powder mixes in it which... Read morePublished 19 months ago by one2enjoy