Kalorik MS-18676T Sunny Morning 200-Watt Immersion Handheld 2-Speed Blender, Tangerine
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.9 x 3.9 x 14.8 inches|
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- Immersion handheld blender with powerful 200-watt motor
- Stainless-steel blade; protective guard helps prevent splattering
- Simple push-button controls and lightweight, ergonomic design
- Dishwasher-safe detachable blending shaft; plastic mixing cup included
- Measures 2-1/2 by 2-1/2 by 14 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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200 Watt plunging mixer perfect for soups, mashed, sauces, mayonnaises, milk shake, batter, baby food and more. Comes with a mixing cup and a stainless steel blade. Designed of a high temperature resistant material for mixing hot-preparations, dishwasher safe.
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i haven't had it long enough to rate the machine's performance but as a designer and engineer of products i have some insight to share about negative postings here about the reliability, the longevity and a particular operator error or two.
1) the manual is extremely clear on the duty-cycle of the machine. 9% duty cycle. that means for every minute on you need to let the motor rest 10 minutes. That seems like quite a lot but the machine has a particular 'job requiremjent' that is designed to be completed in well under a minute. if you need a bigger job done, USE A BIGGER MACHINE. it's really that simple. Yes i'm sure there are machines costing 4x as much brau(cough), and if you need a higher-end machine GET ONE, stop complaining that a ford focus is not a mercedes benz. If you want to make 4 shakes for 4 children, 'get er done' in 15-20 seconds of blending each and you will be perfectly fine.
2) the detachable shaft is ONLY sealed on ONE end. if you run through the dishwasher that's ok as long as you follow up with actually DRYING OUT the inside which will collect water and turn into gross mold or mildew if you don't ensure there isn't even mosture inside. the reality is; it's a silly thing to even bother running through the dishwasher. immersion blenders pretty much clean themselves. run it in the cup that it comes with using some warm water with a tiny drop of dish soap.
3) the 'burning smell'; looks like the motors aren't burned in when assembled and it's a very normal smell to have happen with a brushed motor which it seems must be the case for it to generate the very specific odor. It should get much less obvious in a short amount of time. even in the first tests i've noticed the smell amost disappear. I'm a little surprised not using a brush-free design but probably a big part of the bang-for-buck pricing.
if i have any problems come up i will be coming back here to update my post, but in the meantime i wanted to temper some of the amazingly misguded posts that literally say "mine burned up in only ten minutes of use". Gee my car's engine died after only 50,000 miles just because i never changed or added oil! in fact i changed my star rating from 4 to 5 just to balance at least one of those misguided reviews.
after i have it a while longer i will update my review to mention what items are being blended with it and if there are any *actual* problems.
This unit was purchased as a replacement for a superior Farberware stick blender that my (now ex-) gf had taken with her to cook at some other place, & left the mixer wand [bottom half] behind. Initial impressions upon receipt of the Kalorik blender was "uh-oh, this thing seems too light to do the job..." and were proven over time.
Ultimately, the mixer wand on this unit seized up & burnt out the motor. The ex-gf is the anti-mechanical type, so if I'd been using it I *might* have noticed something was going wrong before the motor shorted from overheating, but I wasn't surprised when she came to me and said "there's something wrong with this" after the fact, since I really didn't expect it to survive in serious use.
Upshot: if you're going to use this for mixing very fluid items like chocolate milk, buy it & be happy: it'll do just fine under those circumstances. If you want to use it for mixing anything the least bit viscous [like lentil soup, or a milkshake that's mostly ice cream] then be prepared for the inevitable failure.
The manufacturer needs to do 2 things to improve this product: provide about 3x the venting so it can cool properly in use [the total vent area on it now probably comes to a grand total of ~1 sq. inch] and redesign the mixing wand so that it won't seize up w/ no provocation.
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So I posted my message on their Facebook page and they sent me a response saying, "we cannot give you a replacement, because this model is out of stock", even though it had 1 year warranty.
This company is not reliable and I will never never purchase any product from this company/Kaloric.