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KitchenAid Contour Silver 2-speed Hand Blender

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  • Twist lock blending arms for convenient attaching and removing of the 8 stainless steel shaft with bell from the motor housing.
  • 3-Cup BPA-Free Blending Jar with Lid has graduated measurement marking (ml/cups) with a non-slip ring on the base and is great for blending all foods and is dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions - 15.7 x 2.3 x 2.4
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 4.1 x 12.6 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005GFXKPQ
  • Item model number: KHB1231CU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,183 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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KHB1231CU Color: Contour Silver Features: -Quiet, powerful DC motor.-3-Cup capacity blending jar with graduated measurement marking.-Crush, blend, serve and store foods in blending jar with lid.-Comfort design soft grip handle.-Twist lock blending arm.-8'' Removable stainless steel shaft with bell.-5 Foot round power cord.-Exceptional performance. Specifications: -2 Variable speeds. Dimensions: -15.7'' H x 2.28'' W x 2.28'' D, 1.9 lbs.

Customer Reviews

Pretty good power too.
Patti S.
It's held on with tiny plastic tabs that don't really lock, so at times the blade stem separates from the motor during use.
E. Tomaszewski
Either I can't get the blades to engage in the contents, they aren't sharp enough, or the motor isn't powerful enough.
Caveman Dan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By C. Fernandez on January 24, 2012
I got this when my 9speed kitchen aid immersion blender khb100 crapped out and i searched for replacement parts. This one was worse! The handle kept coming off the shaft while in use! Soup, dip, smoothies, mayo...all were too much for this cheaper version. If I had kept using it, the plastic teeth that grip the drive shaft would have worn off. I thought it would be better because it didn't have the little grey plastic "seal" inside the blade...the other one had come unsealed and posed a health risk. I wrote to kitchenaid, and they don't even believe in the longevity of their own products anymore.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By E. Tomaszewski on August 24, 2012
I've had this product about three months. So far, it works well to blend, easy to hold, easy to clean. The blades are well designed so it never splashes, Instead, it seems to suck whatever you're blending downward. Makes great guacamole, smoothies, frothy milk for lattes, creamed soups. I have an issue with how the blade stem connects to the motor, though. It's held on with tiny plastic tabs that don't really lock, so at times the blade stem separates from the motor during use. Can't do any twisting or it just falls apart. (The motor keeps spinning). KitchenAid could have done a much better job of connecting the parts with just a simple thread design, like any lid has.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By prisrob TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 21, 2014
This hand blender is a great purchase for blending simple things, soups, blended drinks or pureeing foods. I found the blender not as sturdy as I would like. However, I found it works well.
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This blender is powerful and easy to use, this two-speed hand blender's DC motor provides long-lasting, controlled hand blending, while the soft-grip handle allows for comfortable use. Ideal for quickly blending my favorite soups, crushing ice drinks, or making a quick puree! It includes the KHB1231 hand blender and 3-cup BPA-free blending jar with lid. The blades are stainless steel and the 8" has a removable stainless steel shaft with bell. There are tow speeds, slow and faster. The handle has a soft-grip with a twist-locking blending arm. This blender has dishwasher safe parts, however, I prefer to hand wash.

I used this to blend a lima bean puree, and it was very easy. I also like to use it with whipped cream or any whipped topping. I make a chocolate cream pie from scratch, and I use this to blend the chocolate mixture. This is good for mixed drinks that need blending with or without ice. Many uses.

Recommended. prisrob 04-21-14
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Caveman Dan on February 10, 2014
I own one this model immersion blender, received it as a gift from my family.

I did at first find the shaft a bit tricky to lock into the motor, but once I discovered you REALLY have to twist it hard to get it to engage the locking mechanism I didn't have any more trouble. The 3 cup measuring cup it came with was quickly destroyed when it fell off a high shelf and hit the floor. So, drop-test fail. Also, the electrical cord doesn't do well around hot pots; I melted the cord in the first week of owning it. I don't know if the blade/shaft assembly is dishwasher safe so I just hand-wash.

It works well for things like soups and protein shakes; stuff you don't have to tax the motor or sharpness of the blades on. Frozen stuff like berries or frozen fruit for smoothies is another story. I've been having increasing difficulty with mine trying to drive through blending a frozen fruit smoothie. Either I can't get the blades to engage in the contents, they aren't sharp enough, or the motor isn't powerful enough. Lately I've found the motor has been getting rather warm with extended use, which confirms my theory that it's not powerful enough for this task.

My biggest complaint on the unit though, is the amount of force I have to press and hold the button down to keep it running. I can't imagine what it would be like for someone with arthritis to use this, but for me to use it more than 2 minutes straight, I have to switch hands. I've been tempted to put my engineering skills to use and replace the switch with a momentary push-button, but can't be bothered to dismantle it. But, if I destroy it in the process, I'll just get a new, more powerful unit.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Robinson on September 1, 2012
I had another kitchenaid immersion blender that I pushed to the limit and ended up getting this one as a replacement. Unfortunately, the blender has been redesigned so the blade does not stay connected to the motor. For me this is a major problem, having a sharp blade fall off in the middle of use is dangerous! Not to mention a great way to make a mess. I'm also bummed that it was redesigned because my old blade will not fit onto the new blender. It does do a great job with blending though, and I often use it to make smoothies.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JustineEmily on May 12, 2014
Full disclosure: I've only been using this thing for about 3 days, but in that time I've made about 6 months worth of baby food with it. Potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, apples, pears, peas, mangoes, kiwis...you name it. In the past I've made baby food with a single serving smoothie maker and a top-of-the-line food processor, and I honestly prefer the way this thing purees. Simple clean-up, easy to grip, great control over what you're blending/pureeing, the speed is easy to change, and it gets the job done! While I've obviously only been pureeing things that are already soft, I think most of the complaints about this come from misuse, which I can address in 2 points:

1. It is a blender. It is not a mixer. It is not a dough hook. It is not a coffee grinder. It is not a nut grinder. Blender. If you want to make pizza dough or grind coffee beans or pulverize nuts, buy the appropriate appliance to do that. If you want to make smoothies or guacamole or applesauce or really, really smooth mashed potatoes, this is the appliance for you.

2. The stainless arm thing will not disconnect from the rest of the machine if you connect it properly. The arm will go on in several different positions (because both the base and the arm are round), but there is only ONE correct position. This correct position is indicated by a little notch on the arm that matches up with a little notch on the base part, and if they are not lined up it doesn't "click" into the correct locked position. If they DO match up and it clicks into place, the thing is not coming apart. Thus, this is not a design flaw, it's user error.

I highly recommend this product and I'm so glad I bought this instead of another food processor or a baby food maker for making baby food!
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