Cuisinart CSB-76R SmartStick 200-Watt Immersion Hand Blender, Red
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- Immersion hand blender equipped with powerful 200-watt motor
- Blade provides smooth blending; protective guard helps prevent splattering
- Simple push-button controls and lightweight design for one-handed operation
- Dishwasher-safe stainless-steel blending shaft; 2-cup plastic beaker included
- Measures approximately 3 by 3 by 14-1/8 inches; 3-year limited warranty
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The versatile stick design of the Cuisinart Smart Stick Hand Blender lets users blend ingredients right in pots, pitchers, bowls, or clear plastic beaker that's included. A powerful 200-watt motor operates with an easy one-touch control. Blends drinks, purees soup, mixes pancake and crepe batters in seconds! Both stainless steel blending shaft and beaker are dishwasher-safe
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Smoothies are all the rage these days but I've been using an immersion blender 1990 when I wanted a quick way to blend up home-made food for my baby rather than buy baby food from the store. Yuck!
My old "stick blender" (as I call it) lasted 20 years before I decided to upgrade to the Cuisinart SmartStick. This one is SUCH an upgrade. The thing I love about it is that you can detach the bottom part and throw it in the dishwasher, or sink if you're old school like me. My old blended didn't detach and I had to be careful not to get the motor part wet, so cleanup was a bit inconvenient.
I love this one so much that it's going to be my go-to gift for bridal showers and house-warmings.
And it's so well made that I bet I don't buy another one for myself...ever maybe!
Updated review: August 23, 2014
I have been using this stick blender for six years now and it's still going strong. I recently purchased a bullet style blender, thinking it might be more convenient and useful for some things, but soon returned it. This continues to be the little workhorse appliance in my kitchen. The only problem I've had in all this time is that it has become more difficult to push in the little button that pops the blending unit off of the handle. However, my son has no difficulty with it, so it is probably because my hand strength is not what it was.