This is one of my favorite tools in the kitchen.
Works great and is so nice to use without plugging it in. Also it comes with a storage case making it easier to pull out and put away.
KitchenAid KHB3581SR Pro Line Series Sugar Pearl Silver 5-Speed Cordless Hand Blender
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- Sugar pearl silver with stainless steel arms and whisk
- Crush ice, puree soup, froth milk and so much more
- Features three interchangeable bell blades
- Included whisk attachment whips creams and egg whites to fluffy peaks
- Removable blending arm with fixed blade locks into the motor body
I have an older breville cordless with two wands and built in batteries that i had to replace because within two years the internal ones went out. This you can just pop a new one in. Whisking won’t tire out this old guys wrists anymore.
Massive amount of stuff comes with this purchase biy was i surprised.
Overall, it’s great and i like it a lot. Except for one thing — you have to take the battery out of the handle and put it into the charger instead of putting the handle in the charger.
KitchenAid KHB3581SR Pro Line Series Sugar Pearl Silver 5-Speed Cordless Hand Blender : Worked like a charm and not too heavy to handle when blending or mixing. It was easy to clean as well. I did have to learn to line up the arrows to secure the arm and blades, but that was easy.
Don’t know why i waited so long to get it. Makes kitchen time so much more efficient.
Had to return it it came without a battery charger. Other wise would have keep it.
Well, i’m not a gourmet cook – period. I think that, if i was, i would probably be really tickled with this kitchen tool. However, i’m a little more ‘seasoned’ cook, and i needed a quick tool to grab for mixing sauces, beating eggs, etc. This one was battery operated, and i was pretty pleased at the prospect of being able to expand the uses for this type of mixer. Turns out it’s big and it’s heavy and it’s a little cumbersome to operate one-handed. The controls are a little out of the way (to protect us from ourselves, i guess), and it takes some contortion of your fingers, while holding on with both hands, to get it turned on. Then the material in the bowl all goes flying around the kitchen. I’m just not gourmet enough to appreciate this tool.
Full disclosure: got this on major sale at williams & sonoma. So my review won’t reflect the price, just the quality. Tl;dr: for stirring and whisk work, this is an incredibly useful, though perhaps not vital, tool for a professional or serious chef. It’s a hard bite at $300, but it’s certainly worth it at that price point. The good: the packaging is a bit wanting; lids and parts are squirreled away in the non-recyclable styrofoam packing. A wag of the finger at kitchenaid, because there’s just no reason for not using sustainable or biodegradable packing components. It did, however, come with a very nice looking storage case with a clear plastic top and room for all the stirring attachments and the wand itself. Basically, the parts you’re most likely to use are always stored away in a fashion that makes them easy to access and keep track of. The parts of the wand that come in contact with food are made of stainless steel, improving their durability and preventing any contamination from ‘treated’ parts. Looking at the wand itself, the design is very clever; though they’re plastic, using multiple lugs reduces the wear on surfaces and makes it easier to attach or remove parts.
I’ve worked in restaurants for 30 years and therefore have a very small amount of cooking knowledge. It’s effortless, easy, smooth, and the liquid doesn’t jump around a lot. You can take it with you anywhere, i’ve made bulletproof coffee for the dude at the gas station and despite his misgivings about drinking butter, he actually liked it. I look forward to being able to make a smoothie any time i like in about a minute, the majority of that time spent deciding which frozen fruits to toss in the mixing cup. Even the charger is cool, how it glows on and off while charging. I’m having a hard time thinking of anything this blender can’t do that a motorized-base unit can.
It is a wonderful collection of kitchen tools.
Didn’t blend my soup as much as i thought it would. Might have been operator error.
This one can do the same, have more accessory and rechargeable. This is great, i have now just 1 tool in the galley to do everything.