KitchenAid KHB300WH Hand Blender, White
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- Measures 17 by 3 by 6-inch; 1-year, hassle-free, replacement warranty.
- Accessory bag with drawstring keeps all components together
- 4-Cup mixing beaker with snap-lock lid for storing foods
- Includes wire whisk and nut chopper attachments
- Ergonomic, fashion-colored housing with no-slip grip
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Top Customer Reviews
This stick blender came highly recommended by an acquaintance, and it doesn't disappoint. With its high-power motor, variable speed settings and versatile accessories, this is a compact and high-impact kitchen tool. Easy to clean, too. I would urge caution if you've never used one of these before, especially when working with very watery liquids as they can end up getting blown right out of your container if you're not careful.
I use the chopper all the time. We never ate so much guacamole. That's my favorite part.
My husband uses the blender daily for his protein shakes.
My sister the chef, and my dear friend, use the whisk attachment all the time. Omelets, cream, etc.
You can't lose with this set.
Amazingly, it does a faster and quieter job on thicker smoothies than the professional blender I killed after a year of use. It also flawlessly blends soups, even spinach soup. So why am I giving it 4 stars rather than 5? First, the mixing jar needs a pour spout so that my smoothies don't pour all over my counter. Second, the whisk splatters when beating cream or eggs, even on a very slow speed. Third, the button needs to be constantly pressed to operate instead of having a stay on mode which gets annoying during longer blending times. If kitchenaid made these few minor changes, they would have a blender as close to perfection as possible.
My first one died after about a year and a half of moderate use. I make soups about once a week on average and would occasionally use it for pesto or dips. One day it smelled hot and just up and quit. I called customer service but their warranty on this gadget only lasts a year. The lady I talked to was very nice about it and implied that mine was an unfortunately common complaint. I was hoping I could buy just a replacement motor since the stick and blade was still perfectly fine. They don't offer that option so I ended up buying a whole new blender. That one lasted fourteen months. I wouldn't have bought a third one, but a friend gave me one that had been sitting in a box in her kitchen for years... that one lasted just about exactly the same length of time.
Durability and longevity make a big difference to me, and on that basis I would rate this product one star. Unfortunate as I am still a great fan of their other gadgets. The extra star is for the fact that while it works, it's absolutely wonderful. After a month or two of use I abandoned my regular blender and food chopper entirely. If you only plan to use it very rarely then it may last much longer in your kitchen. As for me, I've now upgraded to a Waring commercial immersion blender with a 1hp motor.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really only use the puree attachment and it's worth that alone. Going to try the whisk attachment to whip heavy cream.Published 17 months ago by Soogle
Good for small or large volumes. Good quality. Whisk and container work well when only need small amount of whipped cream.Published 19 months ago by John Nowak
I had by Kitchen Aid Hand Blender for several years now and I am loving it. Works great, perfect for salad dressings and homemade mayo.Published 20 months ago by Oksana
This hand blender gets used for one thing only in my kitchen and that's single serve morning smoothies. For larger smoothie batches I use my Ninja Master Prep (QB900B). Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sam-I-Am
As others have noted, this is a great blender while it lasts. We had ours two years (only using it once every couple of months at the most) when it started slowly dying – it would... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jonathan B.