Waring PBB212 Professional Bar Blender, Retro Green
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- 40-ounce, ridged glass jar holds 5 cups of mixed drinks, soup, or sauce
- Powerful 390-watt motor crushes ice fast
- High and low speeds cover mixing, chopping, and pureeing
- Heavy-duty base; dishwasher-safe glass jar and lid
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Top Customer Reviews
I looked at dozens of blenders, and finally chose the Waring bar model in stainless based on design, other reviews and power. The metal jar was also very important. I have always been afraid of breaking the glass on other blenders I have owned, and in fact have broken one.
This blender is just lovely. It is loud, but because it is so powerful and simply *works*, you don't have to run it very long anyway. There are no plastic buttons to get sticky and goopy. One *metal* switch and two settings are plenty.
Rather than the "turn to lock the jar in" method that most blenders use, this one drops in. You can't do it "wrong" -- it just won't go in if you have the canister turned the wrong way. The jar, which does need to be held steady with one hand, never kicks or bucks when crushing ice. You never feel like the machine is going to burn up or fly off the counter. And when you're done, you just grab the handle and lift it off, without fighting the locking mechanism -- because it doesn't have one.
The simplicity of design and use is a very big part of why I love this blender, but the fact that it's metal is a huge plus. It keeps the drinks cold, it washes out *very* easily, even when doing hot stuff that would instantly stick to the glass jars of most blenders.
My blender has never failed, never struggled, never even broken a sweat while performing any task I ask it to. It looks good, cleans easily and is easy to use. What more does anyone need in a blender? I can't think of a thing.
After about a week it did it once more. I am done using the machine. I have no problem with the motor or housing or the jar itself. The downfall of the machine is the shaft and small nut on top of the blade shaft assembly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this blender after using one of those terrible Ninja machines with the huge blades that never delivers on its promises. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Repairtheworld
This blender is sturdy, effective, and with a fun classic vintage shape. It is simple, with just a switch, base and pitcher. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Aly Y.
This is a great blender and we love showing it off on our counter. Easy to keep clean if you follow directions. Read morePublished 22 days ago by cyndy crogan
LOVE that there in only one button with two speeds! so easy. There also isn't any setting the glass in and "twisting" to connect, it just sets on top of the gears, LOVE IT!Published 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Smaller than I expected, especially with all the advertising about being "professional, bar" model. It is very narrow, thin. Read morePublished 25 days ago by RenoReader
Nothing but problems. The little plastic cap in the lid split in two within two weeks. Must have been a stress crack. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Ted W
I've had this blender for four years. I only use it a few times a year... It was never great, I sent it in for a repair once, but I recently got rid of it. It doesn't blend well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher
Slightly disappointed in the colour, but overall a really great vintage-looking blender. Works great, love the solid metal base.Published 1 month ago by lkberlin