Black & Decker BL10450HB Crush Master 10-Speed Blender with 42-Ounce Glass Jar, Black
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- 450-watt countertop blender with multi-level stainless-steel blades
- Push-button controls; 10 speed settings, plus pulse and ice-crush function
- 42-ounce heat-resistant glass blending jar; interlock system for safety
- Motor-overheat protection system; fast-clean button; dishwasher-safe parts
- Measures approximately 8-1/5 by 11 by 13 inches; 2-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||11 x 8.25 x 13 in||9.5 x 6.75 x 15 in||8.19 x 10.63 x 15.75 in||9 x 11 x 13.89 in||10.8 x 7.8 x 12.9 in||11 x 9 x 7 in|
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Powerful and durable, the Crush Master blender is equipped with a stainless steel all-metal blade shaft to deliver superior performance for everything you blend, chop and puree.
Top Customer Reviews
I use it daily to crush a tray of ice to make 48oz smoothies. it completely crushes the ice, no problem, after i read the directions, that is. at first, i tried to just put the ice in there and push the button. Amazingly, it actually worked a number of times that way, the motor is that powerful. it isnt the proper way , not if i wanted it to last more than the next use.
i ,also, leave the half full smoothie in the freezer and forget about it over night.... the motor has survived me pushing the crush button while it is still totally solid and frozen. i have neither burnt the motor nor has the cheap cog gear interface . i found out how cheap it was the 2nd time i used it. i had problems fitting the jug on the base and then looked to see that i needed to be pretty careful there, and have been. it twists in and is fine and has been through a very grueling year plus, year and a half in a few weeks.
It is not an old style waring last forever base of metal and machined parts, but this thing goes on sale for less than the jug is worth. and that is a good deal. i use it for little else, i have a processor for doing the things a processor should do and blenders are not designed for.
for what it cost and the way it has preformed for me ,(and still would be had i not cracked the jar) i have to say it is certainly worth the price. just can not be in dreamland and treat it like a cast metal unit. it is not professional and not designed to be treated as a professional kitchen tool. care has to be used and accepting this concept will save a hundred bucks or more that the more durable or tough/machined units may cost.
if my misuse did not burn the motor out, it must have something going for it. i have had a number of chances by my abuse or misuse of it and yet it survives on.
I did order a new jar and expect the base/motor to continue to serve, i hope. otherwise i will buy another one and have 2 jars.
Speed is good and I can make fine purees out of most not so hard vegetables for many recipes. I would not frequently use the ice crusher option though, simply for the reason first mentioned. Bad housing design. It should be hard plastic or metal. Not the one they are currently using.
Housing= the thing on the top of the rotor shaft that turns the base of your jar blades. If it is weak it will snap at some point depending upon the speed and the load.
Blades are average but do their job.
And really, all these blender companies could do away with false advertising. They all mention random words at the speed buttons. Do they all think we are silly enough to believe that button number 4 for example only whips at half speed and button 5 which is next blends things while the other speeds don't?
It is really random I think and they just give a false sense of increased speed control. The good old blenders from around the world have three speed buttons and one pulse. THAT IS WHAT WORKS AND MAKES SENSE!
This one is medium quality and I will take frequent 15 sec breaks if I am going to use it for a lot of time at one time. Just to avoid burning the motor and breaking the "housing."