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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
- Measures 8-2/5 by 10-2/5 by 14-3/5 inches
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|Color||Brushed Stainless||Black||Black||Gray||Brushed Chrome||Gunmetal|
|Item Dimensions||10.37 x 8.37 x 14.62 in||8.19 x 10.63 x 15.75 in||8.5 x 10.2 x 13.8 in||12 x 9.25 x 16.38 in||15.5 x 7.4 x 13.2 in||3 x 8 x 6 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||9.51 lbs||0.8 ounces||—||10.6 lbs||1.1 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.
Top Customer Reviews
Operation of the blender is simple. There aren't 20 buttons to sift through to try to find the perfect thing. Honestly, how many of us know the difference between puree, cream, and whip functions anyhow?!? It has HIGH, LOW, SMOOTHIE, ICE CRUSH, and Pulse. That's all you need! It also has a tiny digital counter that counts UP how long it's been blending. That's a good thing to know when you are trying to decide the perect consistency of a smoothie or even a frozen margarita.
Our first time out, we deicded to go full steam and make smoothies for the family. Having a family of 7 means that I don't have time to waste making smoothies then cleaning out and making MORE smoothies and cleaning out and making MORE smoothies. So the pitcher size is great! Right now one batch can cover the entire family since all 5 children are 10 or under and that means a happier smoothie making parent! So our first smoothie was a chocolate green protien powder,chocolate milk, and ice. The smoothie came out beautifully. In one cycle, we had perfectly blended smoothies, with no ice chunks. It was so smoothe, it was like a really good milkshake. Although, since I DID use a lot of ice, I chose to go with the ice function over the smoothie function. I'm sure the smoothie function could have handled it, but I think that if something contains large cubes of ice, it automatically means ice function. After a month of near daily smoothies for the family, the machine is STILL cranking them out just as smoothe and delicious as the first time.
We also decided to give our blender a whirl at making several other frozen treats like margaritas! They came out perfectly frozen and blended smoothe as well. I haven't had a really bad experience with this blender yet. The closest thing was that I wanted to make a blizzard type ice cream treat with ice cream and oreos and the blender was so powerful that it turned the cookies into utter dust in a mere 2 secs! In the future, I'll whirl the ice cream and then mix the cookie bits in by hand or something, but even though it didn't look very appetizing, it tastes really good and there were no white spots, to show where it hadn't blended well. Milkshakes come out perfect every time. Even if you like them EXTRA thick and dreamy!
After using the blender, cleanup is a breeze. The entire bottom with the blades screws right off and a simple rinse in soapy water is all it takes to clean. Be warned, don't get your fingers or tongue! anywhere near the blades! They are blood hungry! My husband who NEVER listens when I warn him about the dangers of licking the blades, actually cut his tongue pretty bad on the blades and while washing his dried on bloody mess off after returning from the ER, I actually cut my finger(although no where near as bad)using a scrubber on them. My advice is to first of all(don't bleed on your appliance by doing stupid stuff) but if you do, just put a little warm soap water in the blender and turn it on for a few secs and let the power do the cleaning for you.
All in all, I'd definitely reccomend this blender to anyone who is looking for a good blender with power that gets the job done and who isn't afraid to pay a bit more for it. I love this blender and will probably look to cuisinart for the next tabletop appliance I plan to buy.
The jar is very easy to clean in the dishwasher, and it dissembles quite easily. I like the Lexan jar - lightweight, cleans nicely, BPA-free.
The reason I purchased from Cuisinart was easy - based on my customer service experience and product quality:
1) We've had our Cuisinart food processor. for around 20 years, and the work bowl cracked. The motor was fine. I was able to order just the work bowel. Why buy a whole unit? It has always served me well. Service was excellent. Love the product.
2) I had a KitchenAid blender. The jar started to leak. I just needed a new jar, Nope. KirchenAid (well, Whirlpool now) said they don't carry replacement jars for my model and I'd have to buy a new unit, and the agent I spoke with seemed indifferent - just buy a new one. The motor was perfectly fine. What a waste. I also had (keyword = had) a KitchenAid dishwasher ($1,200) that was 5 years old, and had been repaired under an extended warranty several times. On the last repair, I was told the pump would probably fail in ~6 months which was when the warranty would end. So, I bought a Miele dishwasher (want a quiet dishwasher, Miele is silent!). KitchenAid is not what it once was.
I still have KitchenAid appliances (mixer, toaster, refrigerator, oven [has had 3 repairs under warranty], warming drawer). As they start to fail, I won't buy KitchenAid again. Sounds small on my part, things do wear out. I think KitchenAid quality has dropped since Whirlpool bought them. The only way I can "protest" is to take my money to elsewhere: I call this "voting" with my Dollars.
If vendors are reading this review, in my world, product quality and customer service are aces.