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Juiceman HB0001S Juiceman Stainless Steel Hand Blender and Accessories
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- 550-Watt of power provides powerful performance
- Precise control with 5 speeds plus power boost
- Extra large 3-cup chopper bowl with handle and stainless steel chopping blade
- Blending attachment
- Wire whisk and blending beaker
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Enjoy nutritious soups, drinks, and salsas ready in seconds with a hand blender, chopper bowl, and whisk attachments. Stainless steel cutting assemblies provide greater durability and power through your prep work with 550-watt of power. Choose the right speed for the job with 5 variable speed settings, plus get an extra burst of power when you need it with the power boost button. Use the blending attachment to make soups directly in the pot or with the beaker for drinks and smoothies; switch to the wire whisk to whip up an easy meringue, then use the chopper bowl for a quick salsa. Comfort and elegance combine with a brushed stainless steel finish and ergonomic soft-grip handle. The 3-cup chopper bowl features a handle and slip-resistant rubber base to make chopping a breeze. Enjoy easy cleaning with a full range of dishwasher safe accessories and get inspired by the exciting recipes in the Use and Care manual. Plus, have the peace of mind of our exclusive 2-year limited warranty.
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Original review: I did a lot of comparison shopping to select my first immersion blender. I wasn't sure what all I was going to use it for, but decided it would be better to spend a little more than get a shoddy, easily broken one. I'm glad I did.
This this is bigger and heavy than I expected. The power is significant, and the "boost" setting works well. I have been surprised at how often I use the mini-food processor attachment as an alternative to pulling out my huge, regular food processor. (Okay, I like nice appliances. So what? Ha!)
I've had this and used it regularly over a year now.
*Heavy duty and well made. The extra power with this model is noticeable and I've yet to find something this baby cannot address, including ice cubes.
*Easy to operate. The dial for the settings turns easy and the power boost, well, it boosts power! The snap lock of the blender to the stick has little lock and unlock icons and are quite easy to understand.
*No off/on - this could be pro or con, depending on your preference. You hold the button down to make it go, release to have it stop. I would have preferred a switch in addition to the hold button.
*No safety mechanism, meaning the blender will operate even if an attachment is not locked in place. There has been a time or two I've accidentally pushed the "on" button while it was still plugged in, startling myself silly (some would argue sillier).
*Very heavy to hold. It's sizable, much bigger than I expected, and for someone elderly or with weaker hands or wrists for some reason, this could easily be an issue.
*No off/on, see comment above.
All in all, the cons are small, this blender is a stable as the day I got it, and kicks up a significant amount of power with whatever I throw at it. I would certainly buy another and can recommend it to anyone looking for a solid, powerful immersion blender. No regrets a year later.
I have to admit that the blender itself is better than the Braun. It is larger and heavier, but also more powerful and better built. I use it mostly for pureeing soups for my elderly mother. It works great for that except that some food gets caught in the vents and I have to pick that out and re-blend.
My second greatest need was the chopper. That worked well except it is not as well built and I managed to crack it right away when the Juiceman slipped while being attached. The plastic around the center post needs reinforcement.
For my occasional smoothies, it works well on ice and will even grind down cherry pits on high.
The last issue is it is a bit hard to clean under the main blades, but that's not too bad.
**After a little over a year, a small plastic part that attaches the stick blender to the motor part broke while blending down ice. I had not used it for ice in several months, so it was a little disappointing. Now I am down to just having a whisk attachment.
If they sold the attachments separately I would buy a set.
It does a pretty good job on potatoes (4 stars), a very good job on potato soup and gazpacho (5 stars), and doesn't die grinding up the bananas and mangos (although it is quite the workout for the cook). It is not designed for this, but my food processor and current blender simply can't do it. So far, the handle gets warm - it takes about 5 minutes to grind up dessert - but it seems to be surviving. I will be getting a Vitamix - at a bazillion times the cost - since it's designed to do this kind of grinding in the future.
It's holding up well under the abuse of making the frozen desert.