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[eBay Plus] Braun MultiQuick 9 Hand Blender MQ 9187XLI $194.22 + Delivery @ Peter's of Kensington eBay

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Original Coupon Deal

another nice deal. replacing old model 9087x. good for making juice, baby food, slicing etc.

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    Great for smoothies too!

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    Expensive. Honestly, I find the balloon whisk terrible. Mine broke after a few use & cannot find any replacement parts.

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    Does this include a blade for crushing ice?

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    Lol, this really isn't much of a deal when you consider that a much cheaper one will do the same job for most of what you need it for.

    I actually got this on a crazy Myer price for about $40 but sent it back because the size of the box and everything in it was obscene. I just bought a cheap hand blender instead.

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    Like the potato masher

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    Merged from Braun MultiQuick 9 Hand Blender MQ 9187XLI $199.2 (OR $194.22 W eBay plus) + Postage or Free C&C @ Peters of Kensington on eBay

    Original Coupon Deal

    Braun Multiquick 9, the newer model for the cheapest it has been since release.
    Postage is $7 but C/c is a good option.
    May as well pay for a monthly ebay plus membership and get it for "free" when buying this item

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      I got this set, I hoped with all the attachments it would replace my cheap food processor, but the attachments are super small and feel even cheaper than my food procesor.

      So my powerful Braun MultiQuick 9 sits in a drawer, because I don't like smoothies and I don't find it practical to chop or shred. You can't grind spices with it, unless you buy another thingo. Also, I rather I didn't have to press two buttons for it to work - I'm a grown-up and don't need that hand flexibility test (aka safety measure).

      It's super powerful and the stick is great quality, but if you need a blender, maybe look for another 1000W Braun.

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        Our only issue we have with it is the annoying safety button, and the fact it hasnt got proper speed settings. as a food processor tho we use it all the time for chopping/grating veges. I wouldnt try and make dough with it or anything, but other than that it was good enough that we got rid of our Breville food processor

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        I have multi quick 3 with just a few attachments - soup mixer and small/large blender. works really well and easy to clean. only spent like $20 i wouldnt reccomend the pricier models - 5, 7, 9

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      I actually really like this hand blender. Great for smoothies, minimal to no splash back assuming you don't overfill the provided cup.

      I agree the attachments are a bit cheap feeling but they do the job for basic chopping.

      I frequently use the slicing and grating attachments, use the larger chopping blade to blend up oats, not quite as good as a proper blender and you have to hold down the button which is a bit annoying when using it in the attachments.

      For someone who doesn't have any appliances I felt it was a great starting package!

      Would buy it again hands down.

      This would NOT replace a proper blender.

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        This would NOT replace a proper blender.

        What's a proper blender then? The quality of the attachments and that safety button aside, this is quite a decent blender.

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          Being a little new to the world of cooking appliances, maybe I was thinking of a food processor?

          It hand blends fine for smoothies and your soups, so if you are after a stick blender it is great, but if you wanted to say grind up almonds or oats to make flour, the included chopping attachments won't do it fine enough.

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          A proper blender would be something like the Optimum 9400. a stick blender does not come even remotely close to having the blending power of one of those

          if we blend a smoothy for too long it ends up hot because the blades spin so fast and cause so much friction in what you are blending.

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      Also, this post is a duplicate.

      How come the other one didn't pop up when you were posting it? The titles share so many words.

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      Motor (stick with safety switch) stopped working after 3 years for me .. Anyone not happy and wants to sell motor only in reasonable price if its compatible with MQ9087X ?

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    They use these on Masterchef
    I bought the previous model MQ9097 for $209 recently. I didn't expect this new (bigger) one would be this cheap.

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      Oh, so this is a refreshed model? What's the difference? The set of accessories is bigger or the stick itself is bigger? Any other diferences?

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        I think the stick is slightly more powerful - like 1200W vs 1000W (from memory).
        But the main difference is the large blender attachment is 3L vs 2.5L