KitchenAid KSB5WH 5-Speed Blender, White
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- 5 speeds plus Step Start and Pulse options cover all blending needs
- Durable 40-ounce stainless steel jar with sturdy base
- Dishwasher-safe blender jar for easy clean-up
- Nonslip rubber feet reduce any chance of slippage
- Measures 14-2/7 by 7 by 8 inches
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This is the blender of the future. It performs all the traditional blending tasks (crushing ice for margaritas, thinning ice cream) plus you can use it like a food processor (mincing garlic, puréeing peppers). The wide jar is rounder and squatter than old-style blenders, which makes it easier to reach in and scrape the sides (when the blender is off!). To reduce splatters of strawberry daiquiri, the Step Start feature starts blending slowly, then picks up to the chosen speed. This blender also comes with a booklet containing 75 recipes--my favorite is the Frosty Chocolate Raspberry Latté. --Dana Van Nest
Editor's Choice:KitchenAid's five-speed blender has a number of functions that set it above the crowd as our choice for best blender under $100. It starts with the five speed settings and the pulse function, which works at any of the speeds--a really nice touch. The blender's 40-ounce glass jar has a squat shape, making it more manageable than taller blenders, and comes completely apart.
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Let me sum it up for you: It's big and heavy -- the base alone weighs about 10 lbs. It's clunky to use -- lifting it off of the stand is awkward. And ultra-power? Hardly. It's like buying a Ferrari and getting Yugo (you remember those, right?) horsepower when you step on the gas.
This is coming from a gal whose main use is whipping up some protein shakes and frozen drinks, so it may be different for you. But unless you enjoy powerlifing in your kitchen instead of the gym, go with another brand.