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Hamilton Beach Wave Crusher 8-Speed Blender


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  • No more ice chunks
  • Mess-free spout for easy pouring
  • Wave-Action system pulls mixture down into the blades for smooth results
  • 550-watt peak power
  • Heat-resistant, 40-ounce glass jar
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Hamilton Beach Wave Crusher 8-Speed Blender

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.1 x 13.2 inches ; 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002FWKMGS
  • Item model number: 58142
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #267,099 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

We used this blender for less than 5 months.
jwmomoftwo
There seems to be only 2 speeds on this machine selected by the hi/lo switch.
Frank Provasek
The result was a mix of chunks and crushed ice.
R. E. Vieux

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By K. Gill on March 19, 2010
I owned a Hamilton Beach blender and food processor combo unit for over 10 years and loved it.....I used it every day until I wore it out. (I'd say a 10 year run is really a good run!) Because I loved my previous Hamilton Beach blender/food processor, I decided to look at blenders in the Hamilton Beach line again, and was very impressed at the wide selection they offer. My food processing and blending needs have increased as I have had a lot of dental work done recently, and still need more done, so I need a lot of smoothies and purees right now, so I use it more than once/day. There were no reviews for this blender on Amazon, but there were 3 reviews on WalMart's site, and everyone loved it, so I decided to give it a try. The features I wanted were 1.) A glass jar 2.) High power, low piercing sound 3.) Sturdy, solid base 4.) No push buttons for easy cleaning 5.) Stainless steel/black to match my kitchen/sleek, retro look because I leave it out on the counter 6.) Cord storage so there wasn't excess cord showing on the counter 7.) High performance 8.) Leak proof bottom of blender 9.) Wave action 10.) Sharp blades 11.) Easy to take apart and clean.... Boy, oh boy, does this baby meet every one of my hopes and dreams!!!!!!!!.......The base is not a heavy metal, so it is easy for me to handle, too.....The glass jar has a beautiful, classy light green tint to it.....(you can see it on the handle).....I like the wider glass jar verses a taller narrower one, too.....I love the easy to use pulse and speed dial....high and low feature, too.....perfect amount of "speeds", in my opinion.....I love the pour spout on the glass jar, my other blender didn't have that and I was always a little annoyed when I went to pour purees out of it and it drizzled down the side....Read more ›
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By DR, Duarte, CA on March 20, 2011
I bought this Wave crusher blender at Walmart to make our favorite eggplant dip (baba ganough) which I had been making with a 30-40 year old Hamilton Beach-Scovill, mustard yellow 7 speed push button blender. My decision to replace it was simply because I wanted one with a larger glass blending jar, instead of the smaller old style plastic one.

Big mistake.

This new model HB blender will NOT blend anything unless it's ALREADY in a liquid state. Broiled eggplant is very light and watery and this blender will not mix it up unless you turn it off, use a spoon to mix by hand then turn it back on again - several times. What a hassle. I quickly discovered that if I added a little water, and shook the hell out of it while it was ON, it would help, but I only wanted to make a creamy dip, not eggplant soup...

More problems...
There is NO difference in speed when using the Hi-Lo switch on any of the 3 speeds on the speed knob. I noticed another reviewer here had the same problem, so I am confident this is not my imagination. So... Is the Hi-Lo switch just for decoration? Also, the plastic lid is a VERY tight fit and is difficult to put on or take off. The opening to add ingredients is small (unless you want to stick a funnel in it to add liquid. I am expecting that the small plastic cap that seals the opening will probably get lost soon.

WORSE YET....

To my great surprise, after using this thing only once and leaving it on the counter top for the last few weeks, the stainless steel housing is completely coated with RUST!! I was able to polish most of it off with some good old fashioned elbow grease - but seriously folks - this is not supposed to be required regular maintenance on any stainless kitchen appliance.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shackleton on September 18, 2011
Pros:

1. It looks good.

Cons:

1. It doesn't blend anything except thin liquids.
2. If attempts are made to blend anything other than thin liquids, the motor burns first slows to a crawl, then burns out.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Au Voleur Domestique on January 3, 2011
This blender works well for the price you pay. I bought it for $29.88 at local superstore chain, and I have made smoothies for my family every morning. I cannot attest to the ice crushing feature because I do not use ice, I just buy frozen fruits. It takes a minute to blend everything well & you must have a sufficient amount of liquid to get smooth results. I did not here a difference in the blending speeds, but I notice the "Hi & Lo" feature just makes it go slow or fast. I did have to take the top off and push some of the ingredients down, but I think that was because I should of added more liquid to the mix. I see that liquid is key to the fluidity of the blending. I would like to get into making green smoothies, so I will see how it fares then, and update my review.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Wall on April 8, 2011
Just bought this at Walmart today and I have used it twice. I have had a LOT of trouble with blenders in the past--I have bought a very expensive one just to have it burn out in a few months after never really working correctly in the first place--and I bought this one after trying a different model at a friend's house. It worked great! Yes, if you make the mixture too thick, it will not blend. This is the way with all blenders. But I made a nice frozen banana, berries, and yogurt smoothie without any hassle. I did stir it once or twice, but that was more to make sure that all the skins from the cherries were not sitting on top. Overall, for less than one quarter of what I paid for a "quality" blender, it works just fine.
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