OXA Powerful 4-in-1 Immersion Hand Blender Set - Variable 6 Speed Control - Includes 500ml Food Chopper, Egg Whisk, and BPA-Free Beaker (600ml) - Black
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- Powerful Hand Blender with 6 speeds + turbo
- Includes 500ml food processor - make chunky salsa, cauliflower rice, guacamole and more.
- Super sleek, lightweight yet sturdy design with rubberised handle for a secure grip.
- Includes 600ml beaker, whisk attachment, plus splash guard to prevent food splatter.
- Dishwasher Safe and BPA Free.
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OXA 300 watt hand blender in Black with 500ml food processor bowl attachment and 600ml beaker
500ml Mini Processor Bowl
The super sharp blades can chop all kinds of foods whether wet, dry, or even frozen, including fruit, veg, leaves and nuts. A quick pulse will leave foods chunky, or blend until smooth to make sauces, salsas, pesto, houmous and more - try creamy guacamole with your next Mexican!
Chop, whizz, whisk and blend with our super sleek hand blender. The 300W motor allows effortless blending - you can blitz soup in just seconds! Powerful yet quiet, this smooth operator has an impressive arsenal of attachments which will take the strain out of everyday kitchen tasks.
All detachable parts are dishwasher safe so cleaning is a breeze. The blending stick detaches from the motor unit, and the beaker and processor bowl are BPA free for your peace of mind.
Stick Blender and Beaker
Use with the included 600ml beaker or plunge into your saucepan or mixing bowl to blend liquids to a sumptuously smooth consistency. The blade mechanism is made of high quality stainless steel meaning hot liquids are not a problem, and the durable blades will withstand years of frequent use.
Perfect for whipping cream or acheiving fluffy egg whites for meringues and baking - no more exhausting your arms trying to get the right consistency!
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Cleaning is super easy, and motor is very powerful! made home made tomato basil soup with my new hand blender last night.
Initial impression thus far, day 2. First let's get the cons out of the way then on go to why I give this high remarks and do recommend it over all the other stick blenders that I have looked into in the price range of under $50.
(BTW, Amazon flipped the images sideways, I did not upload them like that. No image of the cup is included because it needs washing as I just used it.)
I wasn't influenced by the thought of something free for this review rating of 5 stars I gave, which I almost gave 4 stars. But do know that this had a slip inside the box to entice people to leave a review (doesn't say it has to be positive) by offering you a free small gift (choice of 1 of 3 things) if you leave a review. I have no clue how well that will work out (leaving a good, average or bad review). I don't know if all boxes of this product come with that, which you can see in the photos I uploaded.
Now, to get the first impression cons out of the way:
• Accessories are like cheap bonuses more than add-on extras.
The cup is very cheap made plastic (think like from a dollar store) and the same goes for the chopper. These seem fragile and so does the whisk which is flimsy, mine has a wobble (not sure if that is normal for an electric whisk) and I don't see the wires of it holding up for long but I haven't used it in something yet, only spun it around in the air. The chopper I have not used with food yet, only gave it a spin and don't expect much from it compared to a real food processor. The metal whisk plugs first into it's own housing before snapping into the motor. If you just want to wash the whisk, it's seems it will quickly strip & wear out the plastic inside hole of that housing. So that means not taking it apart from that housing to wash or risk having problems using it in the future after a few times of taking it off the metal whisk.
• Attachments connected to the motor handle, even the blender stick, aren't solid as if it were one full piece, you can give them a slight wiggle once snapped onto the motor handle though nothing noticeable when in use. Not sure if that will make problems in the long run or not which leads me to my next thing.
• Where these parts connect to the motor handle, the housing on the part, the plastic is fragile, cheap made. It's easy to see how at some point in time there is a good chance they will break and sooner in time if not very careful with handling and storing them. The reviewer that put photos of theirs broken into pieces is easy to see why when you notice that plastic's fragile quality. If that plastic holds out for at least 2 years of my usage, I will consider this still worth the money I paid.
• You must keep a constant press the on buttons (low/high rubber buttons) to keep it spinning. They take a deep press to click on with one being recessed in a little while the other protrudes out a bit and that feels odd. There is no permanent on click once it's on, must keep the button pressed while using. Of course this is a pro as well as that can be useful if you are drilling up and down into something. Also a pro for other things like if you dropped it and to keep it from overheating because you just let it run longer than you should without breaks in running it. And you don't have to remember to turn it off when done though I don't recommend leaving it plugged in when finished for obvious reasons.
This brings me into my initial impression of pros, at least that ones I can think of off the top of my head.
• You can use the chopper before using the the stick blender to make some things easier and be more effective. Snap on the chopper to break the things up then blend it up with the stick.
• This feels good to hold once you figure out the right way to hold it (my first time using one of these things). It has a nice weight but not too much, feels like a solid powerful motor and has operated so far as a powerful motor would. The lip at the top helps with the good feel and feels like it will help to keep this from slipping out of hand when held as you should though there aren't any indented grips for the fingers nor any grubber padding the grip..
• The blades are not very sharp but not dull either. Of course be careful but they are no where near that sharp where I see reason to be worried with washing if you are using common sense in the washing. This lack of being very sharp will work well I think as it will help to prevent nicks & tiny chips in the blade's edge that would ruin the blade's lifespan (unlike how a razor is only good for a few uses). And so far, the sharpness it is has worked fine though seem cheap & thin made so I won't try them on hard things. Time will tell how they hold out.
• The motor, the part that's held, has not gotten hot in my uses. I can tell how it would easily if used unreasonably though. So far, mine has only gotten a little warm. The heat seems to come from the stick and slowly travel up to the motor, at least that is the impression I got so far..
• The thing just looks nice. I like how the top, where the speed dial, it lights up to a nice looking blue.
• The dial on top can be a pro or con, depending what you prefer and how you think about it. I say this because it does just turn smoothly, it takes a little effort turn and it's in clicks, not like a smooth dial absent of clicks that you may have an impression of that doing by looking at photos Will the parts that make it turn in clicks inside break from cheap plastic in there too? I don't know but it does ensure the number you select doesn't get accidentally changed. It also may take a little less effort, in time, once used more and becomes more broken in so to speak.
• The cord is long. I was worried it would be a short cord. It's not excessively long but I would say it's close to 4 foot, taking a guess.
• While you want to be careful putting this in a something to blend that you don't the container scratched, that very same aspect is a feature in some ways. The bell around the blades aren't sharp per se but they are not something you want touch something easily scratched. Because those edges have some cutting ability due to the somewhat sharpness, you can really dig into things with this like I have done with some melons. Pushing down into over sized chunks is made easier because this. Same is true is if there's slits made on the food and you run the edge of this over the slit and cut on down as it blends.
• Those edges helped make a delicious watermelon smoothie inside the melon itself which I mixed in some cranberry juice & a splash of lime while doing this and wow, that tasted great. I did not have to cut up the melon's insides, it cut right through the insides on it's own and it had song long white stringy fibers inside the watermelon that gave this device zero problems. That would have made for an excellent mixed drink too if a bit of your favorite alcohol was added in.
The same is true for a honeydew melon though I put slits all over inside of it first and added nothing to it. I drank straight from the melon and that was the best tasting smoothie I ever had. It brought out the flavor in that thing quite strongly.
• Even though the cup is cheap, it works really well with this device. Unlike the melons, in the cup it kept wanting to suck down into the cup. It seemed to work better and faster in the cup too.
• While the chopper is a cheap made add-on, I would rather them skimp on what you are not really buying this for instead of charging more money or skimping on say the motor. The corners cut to get this to a cheap price were good choices.
• The chopper is smaller, much more light in weight than my food processor. Also easier to clean and less hassle to set up. Many times I just do things by hand because I don't want the trouble of my main food processor for the little thing I am needing. This will do good, so it seems, in those areas. Say like chopping garlic or onions for example. It's like a fat little cup with a blade inside.
• If all orders of this come with the free gift for a review slip (to entice people to comment on it here) and it's no hassle in how that works out and that goes for any star rating, that will be a pro too. If they are true to their word on line 5 on that slip, that's a pro too. The line that says "if there is anything wrong at all, definitely let me know so that I can fix it for you fast and make this the best possible experience for you!" which is followed by a Hotmail email address. The gift choices are: hand held/manual garlic press, small digital kitchen scale for weighing food ingredients/amounts, or kitchen shears & jar opener.
• I have not found a handheld stick blender that I think would be better for the price in all my searches and reading.
• Motor on this thing seems powerful and hasn't slowed down when grinding down into the foods it's blending, even on the lowest setting.
Out of the box, this blender is (was?) a really solid buy. It's well made and all the attachments work well. The chopping bowl and measuring cup are sturdy and I was never really worried about beating them up with the blender. The controls are simple and it's easy to clean. My mom has owned and loved hand blenders since I was a kid, and this one began its life being about as good as any of the ones my mom has owned over the years.
Until about a week ago, this blender would've gotten 5 stars from me. I read the instructions, used it accordingly, it was always lovely. I've made purees, jams, it's especially useful for finely chopping things that would otherwise take a small eternity to chop (nuts, herbs, etc).
Unfortunately yesterday, as I began some preliminary Thanksgiving prep, I tried to use it and the normal power button did not work. I don't know if it's shorted or broken or what. I can hear a quiet buzzing noise like it's trying to run, but nothing happens. The turbo button still works, but now I have is a one-speed blender and that speed is TURBO. Fine for pulse-chopping pecans and the like, but I am dreading what will happen if I try to whip cream.
Unfortunately, the return window has passed so now I have a $40 blender that has one overkill speed.
TL;DR: a great blender, but be aware it may decide to short out for no apparent reason.