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KitchenAid Classic Blender $149 Save $80 eBay Group Buy

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Your new best friend in the kitchen is the KitchenAid Classic Blender! Whether whipping up a super food breakfast, a soup or making batches of nutritious baby food, blend with absolute confidence using the 5 pre-programmed speed settings:
- Stir
- Chop
- Mix
- Puree
- Liquefy

The Crush Ice feature will automatically pulse at random intervals for optimum results while other smart innovations on this machine include the soft start feature to reduce any sharp start-up kick and the ability to keep speed constant, even as the density changes when new ingredients are added.
The flexible lid maintains a tight seal during operation and the 60ml measure can be removed when you’re ready to add further ingredients. Hand washing is recommended and the blender is covered by a 2 year Warranty

Other features
Construction:
- Die-cast metal base
- Shatter resistant polycarbonate jug
- Stainless steel blades

Dimensions: 36 cm x 18 cm x 21 cm

Capacity: 1.5 litres

Features:
- Sharp cutting blades
- 5 pre-programmed speeds
- Soft start for reduced kick at start-up
- Feeder/60ml measure in lid
- Non-slip feet
- Large handle
- Concealed cord storage in base

Motor Power: 550W (5 speed)

Cleaning Care:
- Hand wash
- Wipe clean (base)

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closed Comments

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    The price seems good. Kitchen Aid is a good brand. I have a few thoughts on blenders.
    * If you want this style of blender (esp. for ice), glass is a great option
    * Hand mixers are more compact, easier to clean and more flexible

    I use my hand mixer about once a fortnight. The mixer I had like this one went on Gumtree a long time ago because it never got used. The storing and cleaning was a major pain.

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    DeWalt Thanks for your comment ,I really agree with you about the glass option.

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    Seems like white is the only option.

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    Personally I would look into some of the options that Froothie have.

    http://www.froothie.com.au/store/froothie-blenders

    They are a little more expensive but they are similar to the Vitamix brand; which generally means they puree anything you throw at them. I have a Vitamix and when I make my Neapolitana sauce I just throw in the basil plus the tomatoes (with skin and seeds), and crank up the speed. This blender was also particularly useful when I had to turn cat food into slurry to put through the feeding tube for my very sick cat.

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    Interesting! I'm just about to buy a blender.

    Any opinions on whether this is a reasonable one? I notice it's only 550W, compared to other blenders which are more like 700-1200… so I assume this has less grunt?

    Also, some online reviews (Amazon & ProductReview) are pretty dysmal about it. :(