KitchenAid KSB465WH 4-Speed Countertop Blender with 48-Ounce Polycarbonate Jar, White
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- Countertop blender with 4 speed settings, plus chop-ice and pulse modes
- Intelli-Speed electronic sensor adjusts the power to maintain a consistent speed
- Solid die-cast metal base with steel-reinforced coupler and 1-piece stainless-steel blade
- Seamless Clean Touch control pad; dishwasher-safe 48-ounce polycarbonate pitcher
- Measures approximately 8-3/4 by 5-4/5 by 14-2/5 inches; 1-year warranty
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And yes, of course we want to crush ice - who doesn't? I have enough engineering background to know that a 0.2 to 0.5 Hp motor is NOT going to crush ice. Finally, we found the KitchenAid models! Some were 0.9 Hp, which is more like it. The pitcher (I call it) was a larger diameter and a little squat - perfect design for better blending, not to mention storage.
We decided that two speeds just wasn't enough, 3 speeds would be borderline and we certainly didn't want anything ridiculous like 10 or 15 speeds. (That's what they do when the motor is underpowered to do the job.) We settled on the KitchenAid KSB465Wh 4-speed with 48 ounce jar and 0.9 Hp motor. The weight wasn't given but the appearance gave you the idea that the base was good and heavy - a prerequisite.
We've used it several times starting about a month ago - it's perfect. It's even better than the one that lasted 30 yrs. The pitcher is dishwasher safe, it has something they call "intelli-speed" which adjusts the horsepower as needed to deliver constant speed. This is something where most blenders fall short, you put something heavy in it and the motors just slows down. The base is good and heavy - hurray, no more tipping over. The ad doesn't mention this but you do NOT dissasemble the pitcher for cleaning! Another big plus.
By the way those $40 to $60 blenders don't work and don't last. This one is priced around $72 and you get what you pay for. A very solid unit with a decent motor and good features.Read more ›
Revised rating to say that this blender leaked underneath the jar. It lasted well but one day I "boiled" it over accidentally and that killed it. I did re-purchase a pink one because I really like this blender design. My newer one has not leaked. I do, however, keep one hand on the handle to keep it from moving at all, and another on the lid to hold it down firmly while running it. I still recommend this blender, but be prepared to return it immediately if it leaks underneath.
THE LID: The lid design is much better than the Oster beehive. The Oster used to toss food on the wall and down the sides of the jar sometimes, making a mess that was hard to reach to clean on the base. This lid has a deep flange so food doesn't escape the blender.
THE JAR: The KitchenAid jar is plastic. That means it's lightweight, and it won't break if you drop it, but I suspect over time it will scratch and dull somewhat. The plastic jar has a deep flange at the base that I really like. Occasionally I would get the Oster not seated quite correctly and it would make a bad noise as it stripped gears. Oops! This jar always settles down correctly into place. If the jar ever did spill, this flange would keep the goo from going onto the twirling part of the base the way it did with the Oster.
Cleaning the jar: I no longer put this jar in the dishwasher for fear of it beginning to leak underneath (not sure if that caused it but not taking chances). I only hand wash it. I like that the blade is part of the jar and there is no rubber ring to wash separately. It's just the jar and the lid.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked great at first, but within a couple months it starting leaking grease around bast and after about 6 months the buttons started cracking and fell offPublished 3 months ago by matt
KitchenAid still using plastic connection between motor and jar. These break, should be metal.Published 5 months ago by JL
Seems to be well made and easy to use and clean. Works well but probably not intended for heavy blending. Seller advertised one color but delivered another.Published 7 months ago by buttones
A wonderful design I absolutely love this design you do not have to take the container apart after you use it because the motor is all in the base! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mollie Murray
We have lived all over the world and have used every kind a blender known. We use a blender on a daily basis to make smoothes. Read morePublished 11 months ago by richard
I wanted to like this seemingly sturdy and powerful blender but was extremely disappointed from the beginning. Read morePublished 13 months ago by David O. Hoagland