Color Name: Empire Red
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The unique pitcher shape, patented blade and powerful 0.9 horsepower motor provide fast, consistent blending that can crush a pitcher of ice within seconds. In fact, this model is the most powerful premium blender currently available.
Rugged 0.9-horsepower motor supplies the power for superb performance with all blending tasks--from pureeing sauces to making chunky salsas or uniformly crushing a pitcher of ice or frozen fruit within seconds for silky smoothies.
The clear pitcher is shatter resistant, scratch resistant, and stain resistant. The pitcher handle features a soft inner grip for firm, comfortable, no-slip control. The one-piece design integrates a functional pitcher with dynamic interior contours that continually directs food into the blade for fast, thorough blending. The one-piece design also means cleaning is achieved without removing the blade and other parts. Even more, the pitcher stands up to extreme temperatures--from boiling soups to frozen margaritas, and it has a wide pour spout to ensure smooth pouring. The pitcher is dishwasher-safe.
Sharp oversized blade tines are positioned on four different planes for fast, thorough, and consistent blending. KitchenAid's durable blade design is built into the pitcher for easy handling and cleaning.
Exclusive Intelli-Speed control automatically works to keep speed constant--even through density changes when ingredients are added. This advanced KitchenAid design maintains an optimal blending speed for each culinary task and control-pad setting.
Create frozen drinks and puree sauces or soups in seconds. Blend with confidence, control, and consistency at all speed settings: Stir, Chop, Mix, Puree, and Liquefy. The Pulse mode works with all five speeds. The Crush Ice mode is designed specifically for crushing ice and will automatically pulse at staggered intervals for optimal results.
The blender motor starts at a slower speed to pull food into the blade then quickly increases to the selected speed setting. This design feature reduces start-up kick and allows hands-free operation.
Wipes clean in an instant. Smooth control pad has no crevices or cracks to trap ingredients.
Commercial-quality couplers with 12 interlocking teeth provide direct transfer of motor power to the blade. Pitcher coupler is coated for quiet operation.
The flexible lid will maintain its tight seal throughout the life of the blender. The lid includes a removable 2-ounce (60 mL) cap for convenience in measuring and adding ingredients.
The blender's heavy, die-cast metal base ensures stable, quiet operation when blending a full pitcher of ingredients. Four rubber feet on the wide, solid base provide a no-slip, nonmarring grip. Smooth and rounded, the base is easy to clean and features tidy cord storage underneath.
KitchenAid KSB560 blender, polycarbonate jar, lid with 2-ounce ingredient cap, user manual
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Custom Metallic Series
Blender with Glass Pitcher
Custom Metallic Series
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|Patented Stainless-Steel Blade|
|Automatic Crush Ice Mode|
|Intelli-Speed Motor Control/Mixing Sensor|
|Soft Start Feature|
|Clean Touch Control Pad|
Bought this a while ago and does a good job- no complaints. Has never failed. Occasionally emits a smell (motor?) but that does not affect performance.Published 3 months ago by Hrichish
After going through about a blender a year we decided we'd invest in a decent blender. This one lasted about two years. Read morePublished 6 months ago by T G.
Great blender for the price. Works better than the "Vita-Mix that I had.Published 7 months ago by Otto
really good blender. solid container, durable -- we've had ours for 4 years now.Published 7 months ago by Brent M Berry
Not sure yet - just made my first smoothie and holy cow does this thing vibrate. You can't leave it alone on the counter!! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Clemens Rettich
Blades kept coming loose so whatever I was blending would leak through bottom. Would not recommend.Published 12 months ago by Luc