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Cuisinart CBT-1000 PowerEdge 1.3 Horsepower Blender with BPA Free Jar, 64-Ounce, Brushed Stainless
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- Powerful 1.3 Horsepower blender with die-cast metal housing
- Large 64-ounce BPA Free Tritan co-polymer lidded jar with measuring marks
- Preprogrammed Smoothie, Ice Crush, and Pulse functions, and Low and High Speeds
- Simple control panel with backlit buttons; count-up timer; stand-by mode
- Unit measurements: 7 x 9.5 x 16.5 inches.
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|Color||Brushed Stainless||Black||Brushed Chrome||Gunmetal||Gray||Gunmetal|
|Item Dimensions||10.37 x 8.37 x 14.62 in||8.19 x 10.63 x 15.75 in||15.5 x 7.4 x 13.2 in||11.25 x 9.5 x 16.38 in||12 x 9.25 x 16.38 in||7.5 x 10.5 x 13.88 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||7 lbs||10.6 lbs||—||9.96 lbs||6.5 lbs|
The Cuisinart PowerEdge 1.3 Horsepower motor, 1000 Watt Blender is constructed with a heavy die-cast metal base and a lightweight, 64 ounce biphensol A BPA-free Tritan co-polymer blender jar. Ideal for today's gourmet kitchen, it is the perfect combination of high style and high tech! Includes pre-programmed Smoothie, Ice Crush and Pulse functions to blend smoothies, frozen drinks or crush ice flawlessly.
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I did read all the reviews before I bought it and it was indeed mixed. I found that many of the negative reviews would have been easily resolved by reading the manual first, but I'm not talking all of the negative reviewers. Just a handful.
Due to the quirkiness of this blender, I used it for what I do most, making protein shakes every morning and ice cream shakes as treats for the family once in a blue moon.
- Excellent ice crushing capabilities. There is more than one way to get the ice to the size you wanted or simply fully emulsified into the shake.
- The control buttons were to my liking. The replacement I have has only 4 buttons, but maybe it still has better blending capability. I will find out when I read its manual. ;-)
- The measure markers on the blender carafe were supposed to be like a magnification or something? Really weird measuring and you can't measure accurately with this thing at all. First of all, it's starts at 8 (I thought as in 8oz, although that isn't the true level to which 8 oz fill). I take that to mean, it's not manufactured to blend anything less than 8 oz, or less that the black line labeled with an "8", whatever that means, lol. The accuracy gets worse as you go up the carafe. Overall, this con is, I could never measure directly using the blender itself. Really weird.
- This one took a few months for me to see what looked to be a plastic ledge, maybe for fitting better, on the inside of the blender base. I thought this was a plausible explanation to my observation of this ledge. I wiped down the blender base every time I use it. One day a piece of "ledge" cracked off and I thought I broke the blender. The next day, it blended just fine. How odd I thought, nothing seemed wrong. A month or two later, the ledge had completely regenerated just like a reptile that can regenerate a limb that was accidentally lost. I thought it was strange, but again dismissed it. Then one day, it all pretty much cracked off. Again I thought I broke the blender because the ledge was supposed to keep the blender in position, right. lol, no. A new ledge formed. Yup. this quirky problem is that the friction of the carafe against the inner wall of the base, caused when the base is blending, is melting the inside wall of the base where the carafe top sits.
I'm just going to leave it at that. I picked up a new blender on Prime Membership Day for about the same price. Not sure how well that will go either. Strangely, as if my old blender knew, the next day its motor started making the strangest noise. LOL. Guess it is time for a new blender anyway.
It did fine for me because I kept it to menial tasks, but it should have lasted at least 10 years. This is a do not buy recommendation for me.
However, when I accidentally tipped over the 600W blender's glass carafe and it smashed into like a zillion shards and pieces, I said...ahhmm....wait a minute...... Let's not go there. It doesn't really matter what I said at that moment does it?
So after trashing my 600 carafe, I did a TON of research on blenders before buying this one. The old 600W Cuisinart had enormous power and could handle just about anything. But it ramped up so fast that often it would get an air pocket and I'd have to shut it off and push my malt ingredients down in over and over.
NOT SO with the PowerEdge! This baby is truly designed well. It's got a much larger area at the base and the blade design pulls ice and thick mixtures down in far better than the old 600. This blender doesn't, in my opinion, have nearly as much high end torque as the 600, but it doesn't need it! It just keeps grinding and pulling stuff in and that's what it really takes. That combined with the way it slowly ramps up to speed truly sets this blender apart from the others I've had. Did you see they used the word "vortex" in the design literature? We're talking vortexes and really heavy s*** like that here people.
So far I've used it only for protein shakes. When I get done with them they are often more like pudding than a milk shake. But that's exactly how I like them.
The carafe is a nice improvement over the glass ones IMHO. It is a BPA-Free Tritan co-polymer jar, and if nothing else you can impress the hell out of all your friends telling them about it being Tritan and all that. I know I sure have impressed a lot of folks lately.
But I was always worried about the glass on the 600W, yet the quality of this carafe is top notch. I find the lid a bit hard to get into the top but it's not that big of a deal. Since the blender ramps up so smoothly it doesn't tend to splay out the shake all over the place. You can just stuff the lid on loosely and start blending. You know, you won't get an explosive power pulse and then be forced to scrape spittle like flecks of protein shake off of your walls, ceilings, and strange relatives who happen to loiter nearby.
As soon as the weather heats up again here in Sunny FL I'm going to start cranking out my famous rum runners. Be sure to watch CNN for that breaking news. YES my rum runners are THAT GOOD! In fact if you even dreamed one night that you made a better rum runner than me, the next morning when you woke up you would have to call me to apologize.
Cleanup is extremely easy as the bottom screws right off and you can toss it in the dish washer. The old 600 had a blade assembly that came out and a rubber washer I had to remove before washing. The blade was VERY sharp and you had to be careful or you could cut yourself pretty easily. Not at all the same on this design. Again, a definite improvement.
Lastly, it's your basic beautifully designed minimalist Cuisinart product that will look outstanding next to the 4 slot Cuisinart toaster you just bought the other day. You KNOW the one!
Steve Jobs had it right! These guys really do make elegant looking products.
Cons: Well, I mentioned the top being a little difficult to remove. I did notice that the way the carafe is designed a lot of the powder and things hang up midway up the sides and I have to keep scraping it back into the middle with a spoon in between blending. Most blenders do this a little but not as much as the PowerEdge.
Some have complained about the sound.....I mean the sound? Honestly people!?!? It's a BLENDER! Besides, if you fire this sucker up and start cranking out rum runners the LAST thing anybody is going to be coherent enough to notice is the sound it makes. Blend in good health and good times.
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It was recommended by a fiend that loves hers.
I must have gotten a lemon :(