Frigidaire Professional Stainless 10 inch 9 Speed Immersion Hand Blender/Mixer with Attachments, 200 Watt
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- 200 Watts
- Dual Whisk Attachment
- Tri-Blade Knife
- Extra Long 10" Mixing Wand
- Control w/LED Indicator
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Tri-blade Professional Veloute Knife with Vortex Power. Whether you are blending soups or pureeing fruit and vegetables, the tri-blade professional Veloute knife ensures superior vortex power for an even-blending performance every time. Designed to reach the bottom of large mixing bowls, the extra-long 10 inch mixing wand allows for a smooth no-hassle blending experience. With ease of use and versatility in mind, the premium Dual-whisk attachment snaps on quickly transforming your immersion blender in a professional-powered hand mixer in an instant. High Performance made simple -easily adjust to the speed of your choice as your thumb glides through a full range of speeds from low to high. The LED display allows you to easily see your indicated speed at a glance.
Versatile-enough to crush ice, our immersion blender / mixer also purees and blends fruits and vegetables in the extra-large chopper with no mess. The Express-Select™ variable speed control provides 9 different speed settings, while the Pro-Select™ turbo button allows for an immediate burst of maximum power when you need it most for great results in less time.
Frigidaire Professional™ Tri-Blade Immersion Blender / Mixer Product FeaturesTri-Blade Professional Velouté Knife
Whether you are blending soups or pureeing fruits and vegetables, the tri-blade professional Velouté knife ensures a superior even-blending performance.
Extra Long 10 Inch Mixing Wand
Designed to reach the bottom of large mixing bowls, the extra-long 10 inch mixing wand allows for a smooth no-hassle blending experience.
With ease of use and versatility in mind, the innovative Dual-Whisk attaches quickly transforming your immersion blender into a professional-powered hand mixer in an instant.
Express-Select™ Variable Speed Control
High Performance made simple – the thumb-driven speed control easily adjusts to the speed of your choice.
Pro-Select™ Turbo Button for Vortex Power
Any chef knows, sometimes you just need maximum power right away. Located below your speed control button, the conveniently-placed turbo button provides for maximum power when you need it most.
Additional FeaturesHigh Performance Blending, Mixing, and Pureeing… and there’s even more that this Frigidaire Professional™ Tri-Blade Immersion Blender / Mixer provides the at-home chef:
• Extra-Large Dual-Blade Chopper quickly minces fruits, vegetables and even ice with ease. The no-fuss design allows for easy sealing and cup removal without a mess – leaving more time for entertaining and less for clean-up.
• Professional-Sized Blending Pitcher makes transferring simple – pour directly into your cooking pan or right into a glass.
• LED Speed Indicator allows you to easily see the power of your current speed setting at a glance.
• 200 Watts gives you all the professional power you need for making soups to smoothies.
• Kitchen Mount is vertically-cradled to clear up counter space, your attractive Tri-Blade Immersion Blender / Mixer can be accessed quickly with this useful, great-looking kitchen mount making everyday cooking accessibility a snap.
Frigidaire Professional™ kitchen appliances are known for their attractive design and powerful, easy-to-use features. Now that same level of high performance, durability and style is available in the small appliance collection. The Frigidaire Professional™ Tri-Blade Immersion Blender / Mixer is inspired by chefs and designed for you. The Tri-Blade Professional Velouté Knife, extra long 10 inch mixing wand, dual whisk attachment and additional premium features offering high performance, value and function to help you achieve great results.
Top Customer Reviews
Frigidaire has produced a decent quality handheld mixer/blender--with limitations. The product is well-made with both metal and plastic components. The power stick houses the 200 watts motor, making it the heaviest of all the pieces. It has parts that click into place and are removed by holding in a button on the power stick. Pushing the button while simultaneously attaching/detaching a part may prove a bit difficult if your hands are weak. In addition, there are: small, metal, double beaters; a plastic beaker for mixing; a plastic bowl with a tiny, metal blade (for chopping); and a long, metal immersion stick for blending (in the beaker, in a pot, etc.).
GOOD for LIMITED SPACE
For the price, you are getting three kitchen helpers: a blender, a mixer, and a food processor. That's a good deal if you lack money to buy all three products and/or are short on kitchen storage space. The Frigidaire Professional Immersion Hand Blender/Mixer is great for those who live in dorms, where space is severely restricted. It would also be a good choice for apartment dwellers who have limited kitchen space for small appliances.
If you are preparing very small amounts of food, this is a handy appliance to own. However, if you cook for more than one or two, this is not the appliance you want. The manual advises that, the chopper, for example, "....works well for herbs, nuts, and some vegetables...". In other words, this is not for heavy duty food preparations. The chopper bowl itself is quite small as is its metal blade.
The 200 watts motor has its drawbacks. While strong, it must be allowed to rest for a full 60 seconds after 30 seconds of use. Using it without these rest breaks may cause the motor to overheat. To whip two extra large egg whites, it took a full 30 seconds (on the highest, TURBO speed), using the metal beaters. The result was very well whipped egg whites (that were not even forming soft peaks). After the requisite one minute rest, I whipped the whites again for 30 seconds. Soft peaks were only just beginning to form. Should you want to make whipped cream, you can do so in quantities of up to 17.5 oz.. However, the manual's timing of 50-70 seconds on TURBO will not yield stiff peaks. In other words, the work/rest/work/rest operation is time consuming.
I put a few ounces of frozen whole almonds into the food processor to see how it would chop. It worked well. But, it took several minutes to bring it to a finely ground almond powder. Pushing the machine even further, I added a little coconut oil and whirled the motor again. Within several seconds, I had about 3.5 ounces of almond butter. Nice job!
The immersion stick has the same amount of power as my Cuisinart SmartStick(tm), but the former has more attachments, making it a more versatile, useful appliance. While the SmartStick (tm) has limited speeds, the Frigidaire has variable speeds and a TURBO setting. Frigidaire's model is heavier in the hand than the Cuisinart's version. With fewer parts, the Cuisinart is easier to clean-up, but the Frigidaire can do more for your various blending, whipping, chopping, and mixing needs.
With that said, neither of these does what my Miallegro 9090 Mitutto 550-Watt Immersion Hand Blender, Professional-style can do. And it doesn't need to rest until the work is done. This one is about 53% of the cost of the Frigidaire model. The Cuisinart SmartStick(tm) is 27% of the price of the Frigidaire.
THE BOTTOM LINE
So what does all this mean? If you do a lot of food prep, and for more than a couple of people, and time and appliance power are important, get a model that doesn't need to 'nap' in between work sessions.
If you are cooking for just one or two, but the priorities are space-saving and multiple-use appliances, and your time is not important, the Frigidaire Professional Immersion Hand Blender/Mixer is perfect for your needs.
Depending on your needs and usage, this is either overpriced overkill or one of the best additions to your food-prep appliance line-up.
From my perspective as an at-home, non-commercial cook who uses an immersion blender several times a week, here are the pros and cons:
* Clean, stylized design. Most folks would have no problem keeping this on display (A plastic vertical, wall mounting unit is included.)
* Ease of adding and using attachments. Unlike some immersion blenders, the whipping whisks and the main knife piece are easily attached to and deattached from the power base.
The extra long 10-inch knife attachment is a plus or minus depending on the type/size of vessel that contains what you are trying to blend.
* Sturdy--and substantial. The main unit and the attachments (especially the knife, which is the most heavy-duty type I've ever used) don't feel as if they will fall apart with frequent use. As always, a lot depends on how you treat items. We haven't dropped any of our other immersion blenders but the other two seem as if they would break a bit on hard impact, from a fall or otherwise. Not this unit!
* Power: You can vary the blender attachment speed from low to high and it also includes a Turbo setting. We make a lot of soups and even the low speed made for fast, smooth (and spatter-proof) blending. Easy cleanup.
You can also chop ice with the tri-blade knife and this is a feature I really use as it is faster (and requires less cleanup) than doing it in our old-style vertical blender.
* Versatile: You've got the all the traditional uses with the knife and then there are the two whisks (Secured into a separate mounter that is easily attached to the power unit.)
* Accessories: The tall pitcher makes it easy to blend/pour liquids (and we've also used it when whisking as well.) And I'm glad that it comes with a separate, extra large dual blade chopper unit as we are always looking for ways to avoid using our Cuisinart(heavy to drag out; a pain to clean as we don't have a dishwasher.)
Depending on content, using the tall blending pitcher allows for some quick smoothies. And again, fast cleanup.
* Size/weight: The extra-long knife attachment paired with the heavy power unit could make it less comfortable to use for some folks. However, given the speed of the unit, and average home-cook use, I doubt you'd have to use it long enough to have your hand get really tired. But it may be a consideration for some, so I point it out.
* You need to be sure you're using a deep enough container when using the Turbo speed or you could have some splashing/mess. Also, you've got to hold the unit very firmly on Turbo or, again, a possible messy situation. In general, a firm grip is essential.
* Cost: It's high for average home-cook use given other options on market. But, if your needs are heavy-duty in terms of both frequency and types of things you cook, it could be a solid investment piece for your kitchen.
Why four, not five stars given all the pros? One basic consideration: Price. However, to repeat, if I were a professional chef or someone who prepared a lot more food (volume and frequency), this would be five-stars as this would be a good investment piece.
One drawback for me is the Frigidaire is wider at the base, so you might not be able to fit it to the bottom of some containers you used to mix in before. My Miallegro required 2-5/8" diameter clearance, the Frigidaire needs 3-3/8" at least.