Kenwood Triblade Immersion Blender
Truly optimized for performance, the Triblade comes with numerous attachments, each tailored to a different use—from soups and puréeing to whipping and chopping, all at the touch of a button.
- Manufacturer: Kenwood
- Model: HB724
- Includes: Metal pan blending wand, soup attachment, purée masher attachment, whisk, 2-cup chopper with storage lid, 3-cup beaker with storage lid
- Material: Plastic, stainless steel
- Care: Chopper, beaker and blades are top-rack dishwasher safe. Do not immerse gearboxes or motor housing in liquid. Consult manual for complete cleaning instructions
- Dimensions: 2.7" x 2.7" x 15.7"
- Warranty: 1-year warranty
- Made in China
- Five variable speeds, a turbo boost function, and powerful Triblade blending achieve smoother results in less time
- Strong, 380-watt motor drives the unique Triblade system for fast, efficient blending
- Three different cutting levels and innovative flow-management ribs for smooth blending and incorporation of all ingredients
- Extra-large soup wand is ideal for blending large batches of soups and sauces
- Purée mashing attachment breaks root vegetables into smooth, creamy purées
- Included whisk is perfect for whipping up egg whites, cake batters and more—even milk for lattes
- Mini-chopper and beaker are perfect for individual portions of salsa, hummus, smoothies and more
- Blending shaft removes for easy cleaning
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That said, one downside is the motor heat. If you want to blend anything thick, or blend for a long period of time, this is not the blender for you. The instruction manual notes, and experience confirms, that keeping the blender on too long or using it in too thick a blend will cause the motor to become very hot. Unfortunately it gets hot right where you need to keep your hand, but that's probably a good thing since you shouldn't overwork the motor like that anyway.
So, keep that in mind but overall I really like this blender
10 months ago
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