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240 of 242 humans found the following review helpful.
5Addicted to a blender
By K. Maxwell
The other day I impulsivley went and purchased a Hamilton Beach Juicer. When I got it home I hemmed and hawed, marveling if I will have to use it or not. Did I actually want it? I started looking around the internet and realized what I actually wanted was something to make smoothies or other fruit concoctions. I researched a few things like the Magic Bullet and Ultimate Chopper but both had mixed reviews. I was tempted to buy the Tribest blender because it had a good deal of good reviews here at Amazon but I could only find it online and it’s listed at $60 – much more than what I genuinely wanted to spend.

69 of 71 humans found the following review helpful.
4The hard life and times of a smoothie addict
By Samuel Chell
[Update: Motor burned out in 5th month, but I may have become unrealistic in my expected values of the little machine, bullying it more than necessary. It effortlessly outlasted a Blender Express, and different from the bad design of the Blender Express, the graceful simplicity of this Hamilton Beach insures not only much more immediate but spill-free, dripless smoothies. I've ordered another. Lessons learned: Make sure liquid gets to the bottom along with the ice; turn it off at basi sign of heat or electric odor; keep a close watch on the 25c-piece-sized lid.]

If you’re an experienced and regular smoothie maker, you know already that anything over a year’s use from a non-professional machine is a bonus. I not long back returned a lightweight Blender Express (by Back to the Basics) that failed after a single use! (The banana was too much for it.) This Hamilton Beach is the smallest, lightest blender I’ve seen yet, but it promises to carry out for a while at least.

Ingeniously, the makers have fended off any reference to ice cubes in either the instruction manual or recipes (I get the point, even though I still insist on using them). Also, there is no “on” switch; instead, the unit has only a “pulse” switch, thereby insuring that your hands ought to stay on the unit, preventing it from dancing off the counter and insuring that the motor gets stopped the instant exuberant resistance is met.

For under twenty bucks and six months’ use, you may count this one a decent value–though keep those smoothies little and simple. And if you plan to take the container “on the road,” be extra careful when it comes to misplacing the quarter-sized center lid (mine disappeared more immediate than a quarter).

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Cuisinart Dlc-2011bcn


ReviewEquipped with an extra-large feed tube, a little feed tube, a dough blade, and slicing and shredding discs, this 600-watt, 11-cup, full-size feed processor provides all the power, versatility, and capacity necessitated by any household. The motor mechanically adjusts the speed to see to it proper consistency when mixing doughs. Cooks experienced with Cuisinart feed processors will welcome the new feed tube and pusher assembly, which is easy to use and conveniently located at the machine’s front. At 4-1/4 inches by 2-3/4 inches, the huge oval feed tube accommodates whole fruits and vegetables. The small, cylindrical tube is located inside the pusher assemblage and has it is own hollow pusher, which removes with a twist. On the bottom of the little pusher is a pinhole for dribbling oil into the bowl while making mayonnaise.

The Lexan work bowl is nearly shatterproof and impervious to heat or cold. There’s the intimate stainless-steel chopping blade and a dough blade. Stainless-steel slicing (4 mm) and shredding discs, a plastic spatula shaped for the work bowl, a recipe booklet, and an instruction video showing basic use, tips, techniques, and preparation of some recipes from the booklet finish the package. (Existing Cuisinart blades and discs also fit this machine.) Cuisinart warranties the motor versus defects for 10 years and the remaining elements for three years. –Fred Brack

Cuisinart Dlc 2011bcn

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511 of 523 humans found the following review helpful.
2I loved it, until I necessitated service
By A
As the owner of Cuisinart feed processor for more than 20 years, when it came time to upgrade it was a no-brainer…another Cuisinart. I had received magnificent client service in the past when a portion developed cracks.

Now, beneath new ownership, it’s a whole new story. I had my new model for less than a month when it formulated a good deal of cracks in the pusher assembly. I called client service (by the way, the number in the manual was not a working number) and I was told they would send me a new portion only after I sent them the faulty one, and there would be a delay of regarding two weeks, not counting shipping (plan on another two weeks). This was their unbendable rule. I told them this was not acceptable, that I did not want to be without the use of the instrumentation for a month, in particular with the holidays coming up. Sorry, that’s the rule, is what I was told.
Then I wrote to the President of Conair (the parent company) and the VP/GM of the Cuisinart division, and asked them to contact me for assistance in settling this issue. A month has passed as I write this, and I have not heard from either of them.

I took the instrumentation back to the store where I purchased it, and interchanged it for a KitchenAid feed processor, which was less expensive, and works beautifully. I did my exploration this time, and they have a reputation for splendid client service ought to I need it.

The Cuisinarts are good, solid appliances, but if you ever need client service, it’s an uphill battle. If you determine to buy a Cuisinart, be sure to buy at a store that will stand behind the merchandise they sell.

110 of 113 humans found the following review helpful.
5Love me, Love my feed processor!!
By A. Day
I got this (in white) as an early B-Day gift that I picked out. I got it on ebay for 30% off amazons price. My only processor experience prior to this is a little 2 cup black and decker model that I got for Christmas. which ws very fixed with what to do with it.But I liked the Idea and thought regarding the possiblenesses of what A “real” one could do! I live in a little po dink town in the middle of nowhere and there are to say the least no division stores or any thing that sells good kithchen appliances. So when looking for a feed processor I was totally doing my exploration and comparings online. After reading reviews and comparing productions and prices I came down to choosing amid 2 feed processors. This one and the KitchenAid KFP670. At initial it was a close call because of the extra stuff that comes with the KitchenAid. However I was utterly sure that I had made the right decision when I in truth saw the KitchenAid 670 in person regarding 45 miles away at a dept. store. What genuinely sold me on my Cuisinart in addition to it’s power, further and added blades ect. was the big feed tube.The Kitchenaid’s tube looked so little equated to mine and you may not think that it would be a big deal but even though I had only had mine for a few days the big tube made a huge difference. For instance I may stick a whole potato in mine and make instant hashbrowns or fries. with the KitchenAid you would have to cut up the potato original and fries… please, it may have the disc but who wants dinky little bits. Also I made stir fry steak. I was perfectly amazed at how it handled it so well. and becaue of the big feed tube I could put a bunch of meat in the at one time and it took all of 2 seconds to slice the steak into 4 mm slices .. Wow!!! I even used the dough blade to make the cheese bread in the cookbook which was so fast to make and yumm GOOD! I like the safety features on this machine, the sturdiness,The extra blades that are available, the power, the style, and love the huge feed tube. I am I original generation feed processor proprietor and Will never go back!! I highly reccomend this feed processor

308 of 328 humans found the following review helpful.
5Cuisinart stole my heart from Kitchenaid!!
By Karen H
I’m a Kitchenaid kind of girl, so when my husband amazed me with the Cuisinart Food Processor, I was faced with rather the quandry. I begun to exploration both the Cuisinart 2011 and the Kitchenaid 760. The reviews pointed somewhat towards the Kitchenaid so I figured I’d swap mine for it. I visited a local store to compare them in person and was so disappointed to realize that the Cuisinart fits together more securely and smoothly. In denial I stared at the blades for rather a lot of time. Finally I had to confess to myself that the Cuisinart ones were heavier. They felt better and looked more solid. Oh how I tried to convince myself that the Kitchenaid was better. But I just didn’t like how the top on the Kitchenaid snapped into place. It’s not as smooth. The KA comes with more tools. Surely I’d end up with the Kitchenaid.

I went home and joined the online Kitchenaid Conversation Forum. Who does this? It’s a group of persons who post back and forth in regards to their devotion to Kitchenaid. I begged Kitchenaid Rita to support me back on the righteous path.

Then I started using my Cuisianrt to test it out. I tried not to love it. I just couldn’t support myself. It’s so commodious to use. I started to think that the extra KA bowls might commence to get on my nerves–always taking them in and out. I’ve made all kinds of things in my feed processor. I made pizza dough. I can’t believe I’ve been kneading by hand all these years. I made sweet potato chips; I made hummus and salsa… the list grows each day.

I genuinely use it all the time. And, it would be very much like me not to use it if it were at all hard to assemble or clean.

OK, there you have it. A perfectionist’s testamonial and admittance of betrayal. I do love my new Cuisinart 2011, and I feel guilty for ever having doubted it. And just last night my new TOB-165 Cuisinart Toaster Oven arrived. Review on that soon…

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Braun Hand Blender


ReviewA outstanding gift for those with little kitchens, this hand-held blender and it is accessaries take the place of various larger appliances. Included are a regular blending blade (which may be immersed 8 inches into soup pots or deep bowls), a wire whisk for beating eggs and batters, and an enclosed chopper for nuts, cheese, and fresh herbs. Also included are a four-cup mixing beaker with a snap-lock lid, utile for storing blended ingredients, as well as a drawstring bag to keep all the constituents together. KitchenAid covers the blender with a one-year, hassle-free alternate warranty. –Ann Bieri

Braun Hand Blender

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Braun Hand Blender

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Braun Hand Blender

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155 of 158 persons found the following review helpful.
5Whips like a pro!!!
By Carolyn Rampone
I learned a long time ago, if you go KitchenAid, you go for life. They make the most eminent quality, longest life merchandise I have ever seen. This hand mixer is the third of it is kind I’ve owned. I’ve had two of the Braun models and they passed from physical life out after regarding a year of intermediate use. I at last got the KitchenAid and it has been going strong for a few years now. I actually like having the capacity to go down to the bottom of a huge pot, a full 8″. Even altho it is of significant weight, it fits your hand like a glove. I found it far superior to the Braun, as a matter of fact, it doesn’t even compare.
The plastic cup with lid makes an magnificent accessory since you may mix and store without wasting time. The chopper is the most effective I have seen, does a better occupation that a feed processor. I specially like the multi-speed dial. It goes from 1 to 9 so it has the power you need, when you need it. Egg white or whip cream doesn’t even challenge it, the whipping attachment makes sure of that. This baby handles like a pro. There are times when you don’t need the huge mixer and the immersion blender actually fills in nicely. You won’t be disappointed with the quality, power or it is sleek look.

119 of 121 humans found the following review helpful.
5The right tool for the job
By Timothy J. Drozinski
I’m at a point in my life where I am developing a taste for quality, and may in the end afford the kind of quality I desire. I like to dabble in the kitchen, so I’ve been building my arsenal of kitchenware recently. I’ve invested in a good deal of high-quality cookware and utensils, and started working on a good deal of appliances. I’ve got an 11-cup Cuisinart feed processor, but that have a tendancy to be overkill for a lot of littler jobs – I hate all the cleanup involved with making a cup of guacamole dip, for instance. I like to use peeled whole tomatoes to make tomato sauce for pasta dishes, but my wife doesn’t care for chunks of tomato in the finished sauce. No problem… I just dunk the stick blender right into the may of tomatoes and out comes a nice thick puree with all the rich flavor that pre-made sauces seem to lack.

This stick blender came highly commended by an acquaintance, and it doesn’t disappoint. With it is high-power motor, variable speed settings and versatile accessories, this is a compact and high-impact kitchen tool. Easy to clean, too. I would urge caution if you’ve never applied one of these before, in particular when working with very watery liquids as they may end up getting blown right out of your container if you’re not careful.

53 of 54 people found the following review helpful.
5clean off the counter!
By Gwen Pierre
This exceeded my expected values – I have now put the feed processor and blender into the cupboard. I am glad that I got the affixations – do use the chopper a lot and the bowls are rather heavy and stable and very easy cleanup. I am attempting to limit “kitchen stuff” to only the genuinely multipurpose tools and this genuinely fits the bill.

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