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Hamilton Beach 59785R 2-Speed Hand Blender with Case, Black
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- Convenient storage case
- Blends shakes, drink mixes and more right in your glass
- 2 versatile attachments: Blending wand and whisk
- 2 speed nonslip control
- 200 Watts of power
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|Item Dimensions||13.3 x 7 x 3.1 in||6.6 x 9.2 x 8.75 in||3.13 x 8.63 x 8.88 in||—||2.44 x 2.44 x 14.57 in||2.31 x 2.31 x 15.8 in|
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|Wattage||200 watts||225 watts||225 watts||500 watts||250 watts||85 watts|
Hamilton Beach, 2 Speed, Black, Detachable Hand Blender With Whisk Attachment In Storage/Gift Case.
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All was well until last week while making soap I saw there was black goo embedded in the housing above the blade. It wasn't readily apparent what had happened. After cleaning up I found that the seam on the two halves of the housing had separated just above the neck near the bell, allowing soap to intrude into the business end of the housing and the friction burned the soap.
I didn't have the highest expectations for this and I definitely used it in a less than conventional manner. That's on me, so no points off for that.
FWIW, the motor works fine, no complaints there. Fortunately, ereplacementparts has the part available. I will definitely order one, but I think this stick blender's days of making soap are over. It will go on the shelf as an emergency standby.
I took the opportunity to replace the Hamilton Beach with a much nicer KitchenAid, which uses metal instead of plastic, for twice the price.
If you are looking for an inexpensive stick blender, this one is OK for light duty use. Would I buy it again? Knowing what I know now, almost certainly not for soap making.
It initially seemed that it was made well, and perhaps we had a dud, but whatever we were blending would get into the tube part. It probably wouldn't have skeeved me out too much other than the fact that I was using it to puree our baby's food. I certainly didn't want to take any chances of the gunk getting in the new food. Ultimately I had to throw away the wand and now am left with the blender. I couldn't find individual wands for sale that were less then the entire blender so now I am left with a useless blender. So disappointing because it did do the job.
This is my 3rd hand blender ever, second Hamilton Beach hand blender. My first one lasted with light to medium use (mostly for mixing protein or meal replacement shakes).
Once in a while my wife would use it in cooking but not too often.
our mixing wand cracked and became unusable, but the cost of replacing it was nearly as much as the cost of a whole new hand blender, so it was easier just to get a new blender.
+ very quick attachment swapping/assembly
+ all of the attachments work well for their intended purpose
+ easy as heck to use and the grip is ambidextrously comfortable
+ comes in a nice case for storage.
+ Vastly superior drink mixing compared to other drink mixers (especially the ones built into the cups.. bleh).
- mixing wand is mildly hard to clean since the blade is not removable, especially if you have large fingers, otherwise a non-issue.
- the mixer/motor is built much more solid than the actual attachments. Expect the attachments to break after a couple years of use and just buy a new set (Wand was $10 + $5 shipping) and keep the motor as a backup.