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KitchenAid KHB100WH Immersion Hand Blender, White


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  • Immersion hand blender with powerful, quiet motor for blending, mixing, whipping, and more
  • Durable snap-in attachment with stainless-steel blade and protective stainless-steel splashguard
  • 8-inch immersion; variable speed-control dial; one-touch "on/off" power button; ergonomic, non-slip grip
  • Dishwasher-safe attachments and accessories; 3-cup blending beaker and sealing lid included
  • Measures 17 by 3 by 6 inches; 1-year, hassle-free, replacement warranty

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 11.3 x 5.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00008GSA3
  • Item model number: KHB100WH
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,123 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Simple and yet powerful, this premium immersion blender will deliver professional results for any kitchen.

Features:

  • Powerful motor: The sturdy motor provides powerful blending action. Designed for quiet, long-life operation.
  • Variable speeds: the speed control dial on top of the immersion blender offers speeds ranging from nine (high) to one (low) that enable the immersion blender to whip creams and egg whites, to chop foods, and to process a wide variety of liquids as well.
  • One-touch power: Press and hold the power button on the front of the immersion blender to operate. Simply release pressure on the power button to stop blending.
  • Comfort grip: body of the immersion blender houses the motor and is designed for a comfortable, ergonomic, non-slip grip.
  • Blending attachment: The stainless-steel blending attachment snaps into place in the motor body. The sharp, stainless-steel blade is protected by a splashguard to help prevent splattering of ingredients.
  • Ejector buttons: two ejector buttons, one on each side of the immersion blender body, provide easy removal of attachments when processing tasks are complete.
  • 8-inch immersion depth: use the immersion blender in deep pots or pitchers and mix all the way to the bottom.
  • 3-cup blending beaker and lid: Large enough to handle individual blending jobs. Lid seals the top of the beaker to store blended ingredients.
  • Convenient: The smooth surface of the immersion blender body and adapters allows for easy clean-up. All attachments and accessories are dishwasher safe. Compact, contemporary design assembles quick and easily, and stores neatly inside the storage bag.
  • Ergonomic design; 5-foot round power cord.
  • Stylish: available in four designer colors to accent any kitchen.

Product Description

Variable Speed Control dial on top of Blender

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Easy to use and easy to clean.
N. Hill
The blender says "Made in China", so let that be a warning.
K. Zavarin
The motor turned on but the blade did not spin.
snugharbor2

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Ginny Lavender on November 22, 2006
I considered this an optional kitchen item, but I hate having to make sauce or soup by dipping it out of the pot a little at a time into the blender, then pouring it into another bowl--tedious and time-consuming. I was doubtful that something like this would do the job, but decided to give it a try. What fun! A simple on and off switch, an easily detachable and washable blade housing, and unlike most appliances these days, it comes with a long cord. And it's plenty powerful for my purposes. Besides the fact that it blends leek and potato soup into a beautiful cream quickly, it also makes homemade mayonnaise in less than a minute, including the time it takes to gather the ingredients. That was my first attempt ever at mayonnaise, and it was easy, which was amazing. (Recipe using Egg Beaters, lemon juice and oil comes with it--just dump in all together and blend). I think it would be a little easier in another small bowl, rather than the one that came with the blender, however, as I ended up overblending it in that one. The one caveat I have is that, if one attempts to make bean soup, one should make sure all the big chunks of ham are taken out of the pot beforehand. There was this big THUNK, you see, and after cleaning bean juice off my stove, walls, floor, refrigerator, clothes, face and hair, I learned my lesson.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Saty Satya Murti on June 13, 2007
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I became my wife's student after my retirement last year. I scored consistently a low C until I bought this immersion blender based on an LA Times article. Now I whip up hummus, chutney and smoothies that even she acknowledges reluctantly, are worth a second notice.

It is easy to assemble -just insert the blade wand handle, easier to clean -just rinse and dry before storing, and compact sized. Variable speeds are available and the blades blend fruits, nuts and vegetables effortlessly.

The default lid does not close the base-beaker while you are blending. Without a cover the blending contents may spray if you are not wary. What I did was cut a slit with a central hole out of a plastic lid from a 32 oz Dannon yogurt carton. I use that to cover the beaker while blending. Works well for me.

Enjoy.
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227 of 260 people found the following review helpful By Jolly Gourmand on April 27, 2005
Amazon sells the two best (I know that is gramatically incorrect since there can be only 1 'best').

Cuisinart:

1) $15 less, even taking into account the $5 KitchenAid rebate.

2) Nylon guard which means the preparer may use right in the cooking vessel.

3) Longer warranty (18 mos. versus 12 mos. KitchenAid).

KitchenAid:

1) Multi-speed (versus 2-speed for the Cuisinart).

2) Mixing attachment is removable which means easier storage.

3) Choice of colors (for those who care).
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Drake-by-the-Lake on March 14, 2005
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I am not saying that there are not better immersion blenders available, because I don't honestly know, but for the price, this is a very good one. It has satisified all requirements, and has been used frequently for a wide variety of purposes for about a month now. If you are a chef, and know exactly what you will use this for, then you can buy this brand with confidence.

As to the brand, Kitchen-Aid, a number of their products are in my kitchen right now, and I have to say, it is in general a brand of quality and distinction, at least for middle-class families, and especially compared among the brands you will find in your average department store. The price/performance ratio is Good.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Just ask me! VINE VOICE on October 28, 2006
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Have to say "ditto" to all the reviewers below--I owned another brand before but it wasn't nearly as powerful. At least one reviewer expresses concern about keeping the blades clean, so I must note that the instructions indicate everything but the motor housing--which detaches from the blade element--can go in the dishwasher!!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Robert S Parker on October 24, 2010
After a few months of use the backing seal behind the blade came out, rendering the appliance useless.
I would not recommend this product at all.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By snugharbor2 on April 16, 2011
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I have had this hand blender for 2 years, but have only used it about 6 times. I pulled it out last week to blend some soup. The motor turned on but the blade did not spin. Had my husband look at it - the PLASTIC piece that makes the blade turn was broken. Why is Kitchen Aid selling $50 hand blenders that rely on a small piece of plastic to work? The device is only as strong as it's weakest part. The motor is doing me no good if the blade isn't spinning. What a scam - shame on you Kitchen Aid!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DNMP on June 26, 2011
I brought this product after looking at several reviews that rated this blender better than others for under $100. When I got it the product DID work well. I mainly used the product to make mashed potatoes and smoothies. I even found the variable speeds somewhat useful especially with the potatoes. HOWEVER, after about a year, really less, of consistent use the blender motor shut down on me. Of course this breakdown happened after Kitchen Aid's one year warranty. When I got time to contact Kitchen Aid about the product they said they could not replace it since it was out of warranty, which I understood, but that they could give me a discount on a replacement. I considered doing this until they shared the final price...by the time they added shipping charges the discount was gone. They said that there was no way they could ship a replacement to me for free. Considering that I am also having issues with my Kitchen Aid traditional blender, I decided against their offer and the conversation confirmed that I am pretty much done with Kitchen Aid products, part of me wants to try their mixer which my grandmother used for years.

Pros: Great for short term use, Nice on/off button, The cup that comes with product is also helpful for other kitchen tasks because of the measurement marks on the side, the blade that separates makes cleaning easier

Cons: Hard to get small bits of food from the very inside of the blade, Sometimes it seems like the speed variations do not do much to help blend food, breaks down after consistent heavy use (9-12 months)
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