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Waring SB10 Professional Immersion Blender, Black

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  • Two speeds for precision control with stainless steel blade and blade guard
  • Compact, lightweight housing
  • Contoured grip for comfortable handling
  • Multi-purpose blade: blends, whips and mixes
  • Professional-quality high efficiency motor

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 4.5 x 16.1 inches ; 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0036FPRXQ
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  • Item model number: SB10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,730 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Product Description

It’s never been easier to blend soups and smoothies, whip cream, and mix sauces and thick batters-the Waring Pro® Professional Immersion Blender features one multi-purpose stainless steel blade that does it all! Two speeds provide precision control while the combination of a contoured grip and lightweight housing makes working with this blender a pleasure. The stainless steel blade stays sharp and the blade guard provides an extra level of safety.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean.
SantafeSuz
This works just fine for pureeing soup, making milkshakes, etc.
Arf Arf
This is a very powerful and reasonably priced hand blender.
Spokanistan Steve

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293 of 299 people found the following review helpful By Bill D. on December 16, 2010
After my 15 year old Braun immersion blender developed a crack in its fixed plastic shaft, I decided to do a little research on a new blender. I looked at the Cuisinart, Viking and Kitchen Aid blenders and saw a common complaint regarding the detachable shaft's gear mechanism stripping out after extended or heavy duty use. These blenders seem to employ a plastic gear which couples with the motor housing unit. It seemed odd to me that they would use such a method especially considering these models also have powerful 200w motors. One thing I also noticed was that people were using these blenders to crush ice and other really hard substances, which I would never even consider to do with an immersion blender. Immersion blenders were originally invented to blend sauces and soups in the saucepan, so you didn't have to transfer the contents to a conventional upright blender. I know that these manufacturers claim that you can chop ice and other things that a food processor or upright blender can do, but honestly, I think this is a reach for this type of appliance and you're only flirting with disaster if you use this device for purposes other than simply blending softer foods.

Back to the Waring immersion blender. Waring has a respected name in the commercial restaurant appliance market for many years and in fact, invented the first commercial electric upright blender. Fred Waring was a band leader from the swing era and prime investor in the original company, which is where the name comes from. Actually, I started looking at the professional, restaurant version of this model (WSB33) which retails at over twice this model's price and saw that the specs were identical except that the restaurant's version has a fixed, non-detachable shaft, a grounded 3-prong plug and only a 1 year warranty.
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Rico on September 28, 2010
My wife loves this immersion blender, and my kids use it every day to make milk shakes. They were amazed the first time they whipped cream with it, and the cream transformed so fast it was like the blender was a magic wand. It doesn't come with plastic bowls and 9 speeds like a competing product, but its 2 speeds are enough and we already have plastic bowls falling out of the cabinets.
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65 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Spokanistan Steve on July 20, 2010
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This is a very powerful and reasonably priced hand blender. The detachable blade housing is easy to remove and clean up is simple. But BE CAREFUL! The blades are very sharp. (Early on, I sliced my finger on the blade while handwashing it.) My previous blender wasn't nearly as powerful as this one. All the more reason to be very careful when using this machine.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By D. D. Levinger on February 25, 2011
Well crafted & sturdy--a pleasure to use. Much more durable that my previous Kitchen Aid, which wore out after minimal use.

Some of the features I like are:
* metal shaft and blade protector, not plastic
* a longer power chord
* solid design of the attachment between blade and motor, making it less likely to come apart or be misaligned in a way that would wear out the mechanism.

This seems larger than it's competitors. After ordering it on Amazon at $29.99, and waiting for a month for their back-order to be filled, I cancelled my order and got it for that price at Target. Now, it appears they've restocked with a much higher price.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By mauisuzi on November 17, 2010
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This hand blender cuts down the big mess and time of pureeing a soup into about 30 seconds! Take the blender out of the cupboard, insert in soup, blend for about 30 seconds, remove, blend in soapy water in the sink, rinse, dry and back into the cupboard. All about 40 seconds and there wasn't one teeny drop to wipe up. And it does a great job. You can have your soup smooth as silk, or in the case of applesauce I leave some chunks. I am carrying the box around with me to show all my cooking friends. The $30 price was reasonable, the blades are metal, some handhelds are plastic, and the shipping was free. I can't say enough good about this.I wish I'd bought one 20 years ago.

Followup (1.5 years later): Recently I used the blender on egg whites and mashed potatoes. It didn't work for either. The whites never became stiff. The mashed potatoes became a starchy sticky cream. This is a great product and it's not for everything. I still tell every cook I know about it.

Followup (2 yrs later) I just tried to use this to mix cream cheese for a cheesecake. It was way too stiff for the motor. I was seconds away from a smoking disaster. I wouldn't have even tried but I gave away my portable beater when I bought this blender. I still love it. It's a fabulous product.

Suggestion to Manufacturer: I saw a counter top holder for a Cuisinart Immersion Blender. It was really nifty. Kept it upright and used little space. This would be a nice option for the Waring Blender. It may be available now, if so, great.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Matthew on May 31, 2011
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This product is one of Waring's consumer products that is made to look like a commercial product. Waring is pretty good at this, making some things that look right at home in a restaurant kitchen, or alongside their actual commercial products (see also Waring WMK300A Pro Professional Stainless-Steel Belgian Waffle Maker). But don't be fooled like I was; this is nothing more than a light-duty consumer product. And for what it is and what I paid for it, it serves that purpose just fine. But I can't help but be a little irritated at this marketing strategy. It is a common strategy nowadays, to be sure, but in most cases it's either easy to spot (euro pro products, eg), or the quality is nearly up to snuff with commercial products that it doesn't matter (some Viking appliances, Kitchen Aid Pro Line, etc). But Waring disguises these products so well that you really have to see and touch the actual product in order to know for sure if you're getting the consumer or the commercial product. This is made more difficult by the fact that Waring makes a full line of genuine commercial appliances, so it's all the more frustrating to me that they attempt to fool consumers into thinking that they are buying something very different. If you, like me, order from Amazon without having seen the products in person, then the price should serve as a pretty reliable indicator that you're not buying restaurant-quality equipment.

As for the product itself, it's fine. It does what I want--mixes and purees well, not too loud, and the detachable blade is easy to clean.
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