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Located on the front of the motor body and activated by pressing and holding during blending. To stop blending, simply release the power button. The speed control dial provides easy adjustment of the speed.
The motor body is designed for a comfortable, non-slip grip. The DC motor provides powerful blending action and is designed for quiet, long-life operation.
Simply seats onto the motor body and is rotated to lock together. The sharp stainless-steel blade is covered to help prevent splashing while blending.
The blending jar is handy for individual blending jobs and features a non-slip base. Lid seals the top of the jar to store blended ingredients.
Long enough to take the hand blender to the cooktop or work area and rounded with no grooves for easy clean up.
KitchenAid KHB1231 immersion blender, 3-cup lidded jar, user manual
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mind you there are only 2 speeds. This is an excellent blender to make soups, guacamole, and smoothies. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sanks
I absolutely love this immersion blender. It is nice and quiet but powerful too. I read reviews about the blade stick falling off during use after it happened to me once. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Theresa
Best immersion blender I've ever bought! It can run longer than 2 minutes (unlike the cheaper brands) and it has 2 speed settings which is great for blending a chunkier soup. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Alisha Ding
Fonctionne parfaitement bien, idéal pour ceux et celles qui n'ont pas besoin des accessoires supplémentaires.Published 25 days ago by salvo
Heard from friends that the product is really good for soup. I bought it for about two months and really like it.
Great service from Amazon and Canada Post. Used it in the pot while cooking to puree a lentil soup. Went through it like a hot knife through butter. Easy peasy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim Clarke