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Re: Immersion blender question

by Joel F » Mon Jun 06, 2016 7:13 am

Our Braun stick does not get a regular workout and it has lasted years.

Smoothies with frozen fruit are made in a heavy duty blender (vitamix)

hummus is usually made in an ancient cuisinart food processor.

I have not found the braun's whisk to be helpful but we like the blade & container attachment

here are their current models

http://www.braunhousehold.com/global/pr ... d-blenders
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Re: Immersion blender question

by Carla G » Mon Jun 06, 2016 7:20 am

Thank you Joel!
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Re: Immersion blender question

by Carla G » Mon Jan 09, 2017 7:54 pm

I wound up getting an Oster, 120 W. it came with a blender bowl and tall beaker. It was on sale at Jet plus I got 10% off because it was my initial order with Jet. Then a $5 rebate was sent with it. That brought the bottom line down to $22. I've been very satisfied wth it. It's much more powerful than the Hamilton Beach I had previously. Have not found a need to turn the speed up to max yet, it handles everything just fine on low-medium.
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