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Breville BBL910XL Boss Easy to Use Superblender, Silver
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- 2 peak-horsepower motor
- Five one touch functions: smoothie, green smoothie, frozen dessert, soup and pulse/ice crush make it easy to achieve the perfect texture
- Variable speed dial makes it easy to fine-tune texture while blending
- High-velocity ProKinetix blade and bowl system pulverizes virtually any combination of ingredients and creates smaller particles for a smoother outcome
- Easy-to-operate controls with large, backlit LCD display
- Timer function for set-and-forget convenience
- Dedicated cleaning function
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The Breville Boss: Key Features
ProKinetix Blade and Bowl System is designed with 3 powerful stainless steel blades contoured to the base of the jug for maximum cutting power
Pulverizes virtually any combination of ingredients to create a noticeable smoother mouthfeel.
5 preset one touch programs: Smoothie, green smoothie, frozen dessert, soup and pulse/ice crush
Manual speed selector for maximum control of up to 12 speeds from super slow stir up to high mill for precise control
The pre-set smoothie function combines, circulated, blends, and breaks down hard ingredients like fruit for creamer textured smoothies
The Frozen dessert pre-set function optimally blends and combines frozen ingredients to create frozen dessert creations.
The soup function is a pre-set program that blends and heats ingredients to make soups
The fastest setting and is ideal for milling ingredient. Mill grains, nuts, bean, and seed - to create flours, nut butter and spices.
How do you make FROZEN DESSERTS from fresh fruits, SOY AND NUT MILKS made from scratch, MILLED FLOURS from whole grains, PURE NUT BUTTERS without any extras, HOT SOUPS at a touch of a button, and of course GREEN SMOOTHIES that you don’t have to chew?
The Breville Boss a high velocity superblender
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The Boss features a high velocity ProKinetix blade and bowl system that pulverizes virtually any combination of ingredients. Creating up to 50-percent smaller particles than traditional blending. This super fine texture increases absorption of nutrients and creates a smoother mouth feel that traditional blenders have not been able to achieve.
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Update: Have been using this blender daily since purchase. Still very impressed by it. In fact, family members think the smoothies are even smoother and better blended than with the Vitamix 750 we had just prior to this Breville Boss. I also like the design and shape of the container. It feels very solid and well made. It is significantly cheaper than the Vitamix 750, and I think works as well as, if not better than the Vitamix.
I had long wanted to get the US made Vitamix, but the infamous and— to date— unresolved issue of "black specks" made me expand my research into other high performance blenders. There are some great videos on YouTube that show the power and quality of the Breville Boss, but there are some that are laughable, because they attempt to show Breville as the weaker of the Breville vs Vitamix rivalry, but they were not comparing apples with apples. They compared Vitamix to a regular $100 mixer from Breville, not the equivalent pulverizing type that is the. Breville Boss.
I'm typically not wild about digital displays, but the Breville's is a huge help; for example, the timer displays time lapsed or time remaining, depending on what function you're using. And the "auto-clean" feature automatically switches between blending and pulsing of soapy water, while you load dishes or sip a cocktail for those couple of minutes.
I haven't had this appliance long at all, but I'm giving it a good workout and will post again should there be any trouble in its functioning or quality. Delectable green juices, smoothest smoothies, and freshest hot soups: a new lease on life!
P.S. I'm also satisfied owner of a Breville tea kettle and aghast to have paid about $100 for it years ago. I wanted a solid, quality appliance (I used to get with Braun or Krups when they were more available) and Breville fit the bill perfectly.