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Dualit Immersion Blender, Chrome

by Dualit

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  • 500-watt immersion hand blender with long-life stainless-steel blades
  • Blend, chop, grind, purify, liquidize, and whisk quickly and easily
  • Variable speed control from 9000 to 16000 rpm; pulse at 17000 rpm
  • Detachable blending stick for quick cleanup; recipe book included
  • Measures 2-2/5 by 2-4/5 by 15 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 4.5 x 7.9 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000JD3A3C
  • Item model number: 88860
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,379 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Dualit Immersion Hand Blender is robust, compact and versatile with stainless steel long life blades. The high level of control over the powerful 500 watt motor allows you to tailor the performance to every recipe and kitchen need. You can blend, chop, grind and purify for either everyday tasks or entertaining guests. Variable speed control-9000 to 16000 rpm; Pulse button-17000 rpm.

Customer Reviews

Try to return for repair.
W. L. Leung
The impeller (rotating part of the unit, with the blades on it) would not turn.
B. Clark
They say use only in 30 second pulses, but it was smoking after 15 seconds.
Matt H

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 19, 2009
As some other reviews have mentioned, labeling this as a 500 watt unit is a bit inaccurate, as the US version is really only 320 watts. That does not detract from the fact that this is a very effective blender. I have used large commercial sized immersion blenders in a professional kitchen which would be overkill for home use, but the Dualit is perfect for my needs.

I have used it for emulsifying salad dressings and blending fruit smoothies. It quickly purees fairly thick soups (gallon-sized quantities in a large stock pot) with no stalling or overheating.

I highly recommend it.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By T. Dalton on February 7, 2011
I've had this little stick blender for over a year now, and it's still going strong. I've used it for making smoothies, ice blended drinks, soups, whipping egg whites, making whipped cream, and even for making lotions and conditioners (very thick and creamy). I use it on a very regular basis, nearly every day. And, while some reviewers have noted that it gets hot to the touch after only a minute of use, I have not had that problem with mine. It take 3-5 minutes of running it on turbo for it to get hot to the touch. Once it reaches that point, then I have to let it cool off, and run it in pulses if I'm still in the middle of a lotion or soaping project. I've been very pleased with it's performance and would definitely buy a second one if I were doing more soaping projects than what I'm doing now. I would want one for soaping, and one for cooking. It's been a great product, and I hope to have it around for several more years of hard use :)

Incidentally, I've had a Braun stick blender and a Thunder stick previously and neither one of them came close to the quality of this one. This one blends ice and fruit so smoothly that it is better than my KitchenAid blender. No ice chunks. Just smooth, creamy drinks. Did I mention how very pleased I am with this product? :D
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Nathalio M. Caplan on February 16, 2011
I am a professional chef and I bought this to replace a Waring commercial stick blender. I bought it for home use. I do not use it often but when I use it, it tends to be for large quantities such as two gallons of sauce or similar products that would be too much hassle to break down in a traditional blender.

I've had the unit for a bit more than a year and it had worked perfectly until yesterday. The shaft seems to have frozen up causing the motor to overheat. I disassembled it and found the shaft feeds through an silicone gasket. I could find no obvious points of lubrication that had gone dry. I tried cleaning it, oiling it, and reassembling several times with no luck. The shaft turns freely when disassembled and freezes up when i put it back together.

I was very happy with how it worked when it worked but now I am undecided on buying this brand again. I think it should have lasted more than one year, especially with the sporadic use I put it through.

I think I will go back to the small Waring model I used to own (and that also broke after a couple years).
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By whiterabbit on February 18, 2011
I researched immersion blenders for a week- ALL of them. Was ready to buy the Bamix for $130 (+tax = $140) at William Sonoma when I zeroed in on this Dualit (English) or the LeEquip (French). Both have high power and 9k-16k RPMS. If the RPMs are not mentioned, don't go there unless you don't need power. I need to mix cottage cheese with flax oil. Neither the $50 Kitchenaid or Cuisinart could do the job. The Bamix is great, but the Dualit at $75 out the door (from Abt) works just as well. Easy stick on and off, not so high as to give arm aches, pretty lightweight, easy cleanup. It even has a turbo button which I haven't needed.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By knitknut on December 6, 2010
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Love, love, love this immersion blender!! Have been using it for a few weeks now and it has been everything I hoped for. The wattage, which in North America translates to 320 watts (so I hear) is more than enough to plow throw big chunks of frozen fruit for the smoothest smoothies I have ever made. My family may be getting a little tired of the liquid diet around here; no soup is safe from being pureed! I had originally been about to break down and buy the very expensive Bamix blender at Williams-Sonoma, as it does have very good reviews, but the unguarded blade made me very nervous. As it turns out, I did find a review from someone who said to absolutely not use the Bamix with Le Creuset pans as the blade will chip the enamel. Well, I always make soup in a Le Creuset pan, so that was out. I had looked at many different blenders and was tired of trying to figure what the wattage was for most of them. Companies are just saying "with a powerful motor" with no commitment re wattage. I finally decided to try the Dualit in spite of the many complaints about it. Mine doesn't overheat; hasn't died (yet!) and is ergonomically fine. I do use two hands often to hold it because it is very powerful and tries to suction itself to the bottom of the pan. Would not hesitate to recommend this blender!!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Aaronson on April 14, 2010
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The first unit I recevied did not work at all. The vendor sent me another, and I find that even if you hold the button, the unit works intermittently. Holding in the "burt" button does work, but I have to wonder if that might burn out the motor. It feels heavy, and regardless of the picture, the top is not flat, so you cannot rest the unit with the blade side up. This replaced a 15 year old $15 Rival which was an all-around better unit right up until its death.
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