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The stainless steel shaft on this handy stick blender reaches right into pots, bowls, and pitchers to purée soup, mix crêpe batter, and stir up lemonade in seconds. The ergonomically designed grip offers a comfortable hold and more control while blending; the blender operates with a one-touch control for easy, one-handed blending. The removable shaft is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Includes a measuring/blending beaker.
Colour/Pattern: White with stainless steel shaft
Care: Blending shaft and beaker are dishwasher safe
Warranty: 3 years limited
Product of China
NOTE:Cuisinart Smart Stick Hand Blender, model CSB-75C
Equipped with a powerful 200-watt motor, this immersion hand blender quickly purees soups, blends batters, mixes beverages, and more. The unit's unique blade provides extremely smooth and even blending, while its protective blade guard helps prevent splattering. The blender offers one-handed operation with its lightweight design, easy-to-grip ergonomic handle, and simple push-button controls. In addition, its long shape reaches into pots, pitchers, and bowls to extend blending options, eliminating the need to dirty extra dishes. For simple clean up, the blender's stainless-steel shaft is dishwasher-safe and the smooth surface of the blender body wipes clean easily. A 2-cup plastic beaker is included. Available in a variety of fashionable colors, the hand blender measures approximately 3 by 3 by 14-1/8 inches and carries a three-year limited warranty.See all Product Description
This works awesome! Now I can make vegan toum in seconds. I also tried it in a soup last night & I had a smooth creamy Thai carrot soup in under a minute!Published 12 days ago by Erin
This stick blender is fantastic. I am using it primarily for pureeing baby food and it is SO much easier than a big blender. Clean-up takes only seconds, too. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Idoj
It's pretty good and powerful. I was so impressed I called to get another stick to use it to make soap also. Can you believe the stick(not even the motor, only the stick! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sylvain Martel