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Cuisinart CSB-33B QuikPrep Hand Blender, Blue


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  • Versatile tool to blend, mix, emulsify, whip, mince and puree
  • Use for drinks, soups, sauces, baby food and salad dressings
  • 2-speed control
  • Compact (14 inches long) but powerful
  • 2-cup, dishwasher- and microwave-safe container included
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Color: Blue
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 2.8 x 13.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00A3Q1H08
  • Item model number: CSB-33B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #401,383 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Blue

The Cuisinart CSB-33 is a versatile tool that blends, mixes, emulsifies, whips, minces and purees - and it's equally handy in the kitchen. When a stand blender or food processor seems like overkill, that's the CSB-33's moment to shine.

Customer Reviews

Looks beautiful in the red color.
Nora Telfeyan
I know this because it happens when I rinse the blade, and I can feel the heat from this friction in the shaft near the blade end.
D.W.
Don't bother with this worthless product.
Sweet Sauce

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 86 people found the following review helpful By large marge on July 22, 2004
Color Name: White
I bought the Cuisinart Immersion blender a year and a half ago, and used it 2-3 times a week with passable (if noisy and slighly lumpy) results, until it died last week. I was pleased with my Cuisnart until I replaced it with the KitchenAid Immersion blender. This thing ROCKS. It's quieter, twice as powerful (check the amps!), has nine speeds AND a detachable blade arm for easy, submersable, cleanup. Best of all, it leaves no lumps. You can taste the difference!
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By R. Larson on February 27, 2006
Color Name: White
Having been a long time user of a similar product (Moulinex Turbo) for 8 years, my old unit had seen better days and was in need of replacing. So, I made some assumptions about the product based on my experience with my other Cuisinart products and purchased the CSB-33 QuikPrep Hand Blender. Much to my dismay, the Cuisinart hand blender performs nowhere nearly as well as the Moulinex did the day I threw it away. The Cuisinart has a blade that is not sharpened. Consequently, it doesn't cut up food (like blueberries, for instance) very well. It just sort of beats stuff to a pulp, quite literally, and doesn't puree them into liquid. It also has a system of holes around the perimeter of the blade guard that just get clogged up.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Jon D. Luce on January 8, 2001
Color Name: White
Before this handy tool, I wouldn't bother with so many things because unless it was a special occasion I didn't want to fool with the cleanup of the big blender I have had for so long. A friend introduced me to this easy to use everyday blender and now I wonder why I waited so long to get one. It is great for making those diet shakes and blending up waffle mixes and even taking a lot of the work out of homemade potato leek soup. Simple clean up too.
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Doctor Cheesius on July 8, 2012
Color Name: White
Length: 1:44 Mins
I bought one of these from a local retailer and it was pretty bad to begin with, the blade is not sharpened at all, so I had to use it very carefully to avoid it getting clogged. Then after about six weeks of moderate use, making smoothies, it died. The blade is no longer connected to the motor shaft, and it won't work any more.

If it had worked well before this happened, I'd have considered contacting Cuisinart for a replacement, but I don't want another one of these, so there's no point. And since I lost my receipt, I can't return it to the store I bought it from.

At the end of the video I show an incredibly cheap ($10) hand blender that I got at a local discount store. I'm not recommending that one either, but in several ways, it actually appears to be better than the Cuisinart.

Don't waste your money, do some research, and buy a different one than this.
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By E. Smith on October 30, 2005
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I owned a Braun Miniprimer Plus Hand Blender, with variable speeds and broad stainless steel housing for the blades. I had it for years and worked great until the motor finally gave up, but it's no longer available. I purchased the Cuisinart CSB-33 QuikPrep Hand Blender. It is supposed to have two speeds, but really hard to tell the difference and either button needs to be held down very firmly. I always have to use it at high speed and then takes a long time to completely blend. So far I have only used it for light liquids such as protein drinks, sometimes containing a cut-up banana. It can't chop any firmer fruits or vegetables.

It also cannot stand. The flimsy plastic housing for the blades has 3 little knobs on which this top-heavy blender is supposed to stand. This morning I stood it upright in its two-cup plastic container and it immediately fell over, splashing protein drink everywhere, which then ran under my coffee maker, my very heavy mixer and several cannisters. I am thankful I wasn't trying to blend hot soup on the stove.

If you aren't prepared to lay it on its side when not firmly holding it and the container its in, this blender may not be for you, either.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ir_kr on April 2, 2003
Color Name: White
Great for quick milk shakes, fruit & yogurt smoothies, diet shakes (no clumps!), and more! We keep it out on the counter and use it daily. It *is* easy to clean. If used for something clumpy then run it in a cup of hot water, otherwise just unplug and hold under the faucet with hot water (tilt up a little, cup your hand under it so water gets inside blade area), then wipe down with a paper towel - just like that, BAM it's clean - simple.
Save the blender for margaritas, this does almost everything else, but it's convenient and quick to clean!
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 2, 2001
Color Name: White
You need to get the newer version with detachable blade for washing.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Absolutely love cooking on January 30, 2005
Color Name: White
I had this hand blender when it came with the stainless steel beaker cup (which I did keep), the plastic beaker, lid, chopper & 3 blades. I loved all the gadgets & gizmos it came with. It was very nice to start, but once I started chopping fresh fruits...BOOM! --Sounded like a gun went off! It died. Maybe they are different now? hmmm...sounds like the motor hasn't improved too much though.

I'll just stick with Cuisenart's bar blender.
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