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Miallegro 9090 Mitutto 550-Watt Immersion Hand Blender, Professional-style


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  • Powerful and professional style (550-watt); the reliable tool, 5 speeds and turbo button
  • Easy to use, easy to clean, and easy to store; dishwasher-safe attachments
  • Mitutto does it all: chops, mixes, grinds, blends, whisks, whips, and froths.
  • Accessories: Big chopping attachment, Whisk, 4 blades for different uses, and wall mount
  • Elegant style, ergonomic and stainless steel finish; long 5-feet cord; 15-month warranty


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352 of 360 people found the following review helpful
Whatta Blender! Dec 19 2009
By Arnold B. Krueger - Published on Amazon.com
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I've gone through maybe 5 hand blenders. They have lasted me 2 years at the most. I burn the motors up with heavy blending, mostly crushing ice cubes to make smoothies. The last one, a 350 watt Oster didn't even make it through a year.

I've had this one for about a month, and it shows every sign of going the distance. I haven't been gentle with mine.

Its two best features are the 550 watt motor which hardly even gets warm during the heaviest lengthiest chores, and the highly convenient speed control. The changable four bladed cutter is also very nice. Even the mini food processor which I initially took to be a throw-away, has turned out to be well-designed and useful.

I recommend that when you first try it out, that you run it on the speed control at a setting of 2. In the highest setting of 5 or Turbo mode, it will tug on your hand so strongly while blending that it may be hard to resist. It is not excessively noisy. Timid people may even find it a little scary at its highest setting due to its ability to tug on its handle during heavy blending.

Due to its ability to blend thick mixtures at maximum speed, you may find that it blends familiar items so that they are smoother than you have ever experienced. It can definately make quick work of just about any blending task.

Like most other small home appliances this one is made in China. It's a little odd to me that it is marketed by a company that seems to be headquartered in Venezuela. It appears from some other comments that they stand behind their products and do have a viable US presence. 15 months is a pretty warranty for a product like this. The portion of the instructions that are in English are a lot skinnier than the ones in Spanish, but what does it take to run a blender and food processor?

Just an update to say that its getting to be a year later, and my blender is still working great. I just did a small job with the food processor acessory and it worked like a charm. It is still crushing big ice cubes and blending thick smoothies without complaints or smells.
421 of 446 people found the following review helpful
Updated. great machine but has a huge defect. read the last part May 14 2010
By Cherlin - Published on Amazon.com
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I read the reviews before i ordered the wand, not sure if this was a good deal or not. I am glad I took the chance. Most of the goodies in the paperwork are not in English and i think the biggest (possibly only) problem. The clamps breaking when taking off and on the accessories seems the biggest complaint. The main directions on how to take it off and on are not in English nor explained, you see a few arrows with words. I have the steel wand the rest of the parts are heavy duty plastic.

I read the problems and took the time to try to understand what could be going wrong with breaking and anything that could result in the problems I read in the reviews posted here. The clamps are plastic but i can't see how metal would make them last longer. The most important part is you must align the arrows and just push down to attach. The top arrow that points down must be in the middle of the bottom arrows pointing towards each other. It easily pushed down and clamps together when you align the arrows. Taking it apart is just a matter of twisting them apart like you would open a jar and i think with doing both of those correctly as I listed, the clamps will never snap off.

It's a very high end product for 1/2 the price or less of comparable wands. The "food processor" attachment is twice the size of the other brands and that makes it nice. Only time that would be a problem would be if you used it specifically for smaller amounts (i.e. grinding coffee beans for 1 cup of coffee) but you could easily get the smaller chopper from Cuisinart if you absolutely need that 2-3 tablespoons of food grounded or chopped.

Switching out the blades isn't hard either. The only thing i see that would make a person think they are not easily done is you are working with very sharp blades. That isn't a problem, you just understand how it slides off and on then you can do it easily without any fear of cutting yourself. The lever is awkward to use but there doesn't seem to be an easier way I can think of and it does work and take seconds to do.

This is the best one i have seen by far for the price. I just hope it lasts as long as i think it will. I think all the negative things i read were just people doing things wrong because of the lack of specific instructions but anyone with decent intelligence can figure out how to work the wand assuming this is not the very first time operating one. If it is then, if you have any simple ability to think problems through it should be simple enough to work out. You might even be able to find their web site and use a translator to understand what you can't read (i didn't look but that is possible alternate way to understand the wand)
133 of 140 people found the following review helpful
Works very well Oct. 29 2009
By Frank - NJ - Published on Amazon.com
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Great so far! I make Hot Pepper sauce every year and needed something with enough power to be able to grind up the pepper skins and make the sauce very smooth. Even my Cuisinart food processor has trouble with this task, plus it would leak hot sauce everywhere. Just got this and tried it on 2 different tasks. 1) I made a blended ice drink that was so thick it wouldn't pour! 2) I used it to grind some of my leftover pepper skins and vinegar. It worked very well but didn't grind up the seeds. Probably asking for too much there. Seems like it really has 550 watts.

I was nervous about buying a brand with no reviews, however I checked out their website and they have a 15 month warranty and their other products got good reviews. All the labels on it are in spanish with a small user guide in english. I compared it to the $100 Kitchenaid and I like this one better, especially at only $40. All the components seem well made and are stainless steel.
84 of 87 people found the following review helpful
First Impressions Feb. 25 2012
By Lee Cramer - Published on Amazon.com
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In spite of some negative reviews I decided to purchase this blender to replace my old marginal Moulinex 150-watt wand. So far I've only used it to mix chocolate powder in milk, which it accomplished thoroughly within seconds. I am writing this to pass on a couple of observations which others might find useful.

First, there has been a change in the product that is not covered properly in the photo or instructions. On the older units the blender shaft was pressed onto the motor housing after the arrows were aligned. The unit I received has padlock symbols on the blender shaft and a dot on the motor housing. To attach the shaft, you line up the open padlock with the dot and twist to the left until the closed padlock is aligned with the dot. Reverse the procedure to remove the shaft. Simple and easy.

Second, there have been a number of complaints concerning removing the blades. Yes, this is a bit inconvenient, but is more than compensated by the versatility. The instructions are misleading and I believe they are wrong; the notch in the tool straddles the blender's shaft, not the blade sleeve, and applying pressure beneath the blades themselves (as shown in the instructions) will apply force to the blades and may damage them.

This is how I believe the blades should be removed: 1) Remove the shaft from the housing. 2) Push the end of the shaft that attaches to the housing. This will open a small space at the bottom of the shaft sleeve (the end farthest from the blades). 3) Slip the notched end of the blade removal tool into this space under the sleeve. 4) Apply a firm steady pressure to the tool and the blade will slide off. At first this is clumsy, but after a few tries it becomes straightforward.
63 of 68 people found the following review helpful
Works well enough... compared to Kitchenaid Nov. 20 2009
By Chilehead Photography - Published on Amazon.com
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Let me start by saying that I had a Kitchenaid immersion blender for a few years before the blade recenty broke off into my protien shake. That made me nervious so I made the switch to another brand and this appeared to be of the same quality. I have had it about a week so far and so this might be considered "first impressions".

The quality feel just isn't there that the Kitchenaid had. The pieces dont snap together as smooth, the blades and attachemnts appear and feel a little on the cheap side and the motor doesn't feel like it runs quite as smooth either (all when compared to Kitchenaid). When under a heavy load, the motor has started "clicking" a little on two occasions, but I dont' smell anything, so all seems fine so far.

I will say that the 4 prong blade cuts through frozen fruits more effectively than the standard (and only) blade on the Kitchenaid. The other blender would sometimes bounce around trying to get a good grip on what I threw in there and this one will chop right through it. I would guess that its the one serraded edge that cuts through better. Hopefully the better cutting action means less abuse to the blade. Although, time will tell if the blade will stand up to blending frozen fruit for as long as the Kitchenaid did.

Overall I feel I will get some good use out of it, but I'm concerned more about its longevity. This doesn't feel like it will be my last immersion blender. I feel its priced about right at fourty bux, but if you don't plan to do "heavy" blending (frozen fruit) and won't use the attachments (I dont think I will use them much), I would probably recommend the Kitchenaid over this. If you think you will use it more often for smoothies and you will use all the attachments, then this will probably be a better value since the Kitchenaid blender with attachments is twice the price.

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