Cuisinart® Cordless Immersion Blender
- Manufacturer: Cuisinart
- Model: CSB-78
- Includes: Blender, whisk attachment, chopper attachment, measuring/mixing cup
- Care: Hand wash
- Dimensions: 16½" x 2½"
- Material: Stainless steel and plastic
- Easily reaches into deep bowls and pots.
- Cordless design makes it portable and won’t restrict your movement.
- Ergonomic grip.
- Powerful motor runs up to 20 minutes on a charge.
- One-step power switch.
- Charger is compact and plugs into wall outlets.
- Includes whisk and chopping attachments, plus a measuring/mixing cup.
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This item is wonderful. It gives me freedom rather than keeping me tethered by a cord, and has lovely accessories like the whisk and the chopper container for chopping/grinding (there is an additional, larger blade in the little container and that makes it into a mini food processor / coffee or nut grinder or chopper).
This item is powerful, quiet, fits well in my hand, and cleans up easily.
I also love that when I seperate the item into two pieces, a set of ""prongs"" are there in the black end and it can be directly plugged into a regular electric socket for recharging.
YOU will KOVE this item. It has so many uses. Helps make terrific soups, for example. Highly recommended
I bought the (corded) All-Clad instead and I am very satisfied. Lots of power, variable speed, and the attachments mate up securely.
Questions & Answers
Cuisinart does supply replacement parts for all of their products and their customer service is impeccible. Also please remember that Sur La Table has a lifetime 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Hi again.� How do the $99 and $69 Breville Immersion Blenders compare with the Cuisinart Cordless Immersion blender?� Are the differences between the $99 and $69 Breville immersion blenders mainly cosmetic or are there big differences?� What sort of power does each deliver apples to apples, e.g. wattage or other similar measure.? (The Cuisinart cordless, the $69 and the $99 Breville immersion blenders)� Also, how long are the cords on the $99 and $69 Breville Immersion Blenders?� What are the other differences and similarities of each? (The Cuisinart cordless, the $69 and the $99 Breville immersion blenders)� I am interested in an immersion blender for soups and to cut hard vegetables and other ingredients. Does each of these chop and grind about the same? How does each compare on this score? (The Cuisinart cordless, the $69 and the $99 Breville immersion blenders)While the Cordless Cuisinart looks good, and I appreciate your previous recommendation, I am concerned about the future expense of having to purchase a new battery. I know you say I could easily pick one up at many retail stores, it is again, an additional future expense. Paying $20 more now for a comparable and better blender from Breville - if it is comparable to the Cuisinart cordless - with a rugged and relatively long cord would be worth it to me now. (That said, the $200 Breville immersion blender is out of my price range..)Thanks
Hi again.There are two Breville Immersion Blenders under $100. One that is priced about at $69.95 is only available online from Sur La Table. Its SKU is 858720. I believe that both models have the same name but one is stainless steel and one is white plastic (?).� What are the main differences between these two Breville Immersion Blenders? I was thinking I could get the less expensive Breville Immersion Blender if it was only a matter of attachments and/or it being plastic rather than stainless steel or some sort of metal.. But perhaps there are bigger differences?- Speed- Attachments- Ability to chop harder veg- Other notable feature comparisons� Cuisinart BATTERY - Also, I am still unclear about the battery for the Cuisinart. I think I may have misunderstood. Is it a standard rechargeable battery/battery pack that is relatively inexpensive, e.g. a bunch of standard rechargeable triple A batteries or something like that? Or, does the Cuisinart come with a sort of proprietary rechargeable battery that is expensive? I would like to get a much clearer idea of what the battery actually is and whether it would be a relatively minor expense to replace it.thanks again! Much appreciated
(1)Cuisinart� Smart Stick� Stainless Steel Immersion Blender & Chopper(2) Cuisinart� Cordless Immersion Blender�Are these two immersion blenders from Cuisinart essentially the same - with the only difference being that one is cordless and the other corded?� If there are other differences, what are they?� How long is the cord on the corded blender?� I have read that the battery can die and need to be replaced on the cordless. Does this just happen over the life of the blender? And if so, how much is a replacement battery?� How do these Cuisinart immersion blenders compare with others you carry? I would be using mine for soups.� Can these blenders do basic chopping of hard veggies such as celery and carrots? Or do you need to soften the ingredients before chopping? What can they really handle?� I do not want to spend more than $100, and ideally no more than $80.Thanks
Will this immersion blender destroy the non-stick coating?
Using the whisk attachment in nonstick cookware would do damage to your nonstick coating.
Regarding the blender attachment the blade does not come in contact with the cookware, but the housing is stainless steel. You would want to use caution if you use it in nonstick cookware. You would want to not move it from side to side across the bottom of your cookware, but lift before you move. This should help you avoid doing damage to your nonstick cookware.