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KitchenAid Artisan 1.5 Litre Blender in Red

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Technical Details
Brand KitchenAid
Model NumberKSB555BER
Item Weight2.5 Kg
Product Dimensions22.9 x 22.9 x 38.6 cm
Power / Wattage550 watts
Number of Speeds5
  
Additional Information
ASINB003FZB2X6
Best Sellers Rank 696,381 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 Kg
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Date First Available7 April 2010
  
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Pick on 29 Aug. 2011
This was our second Kitchen aid purchase (we have a mixer) and although a little more expensive than some blenders we are very pleased
Its a very robust sturdy machine with enough speed/chopping settings to cover everything you may be blending
cleaning is always a chore with anything for the kitchen but this will go in the dishwasher (not the motor part!)
it has a large capacity and I have blended all sorts... smoothies/soups/bread crumbs/chopped herbs....its also great if you need to mix rather than chop
it looks good in the kitchen I leave mine out all the time! my oldest daughter (13) uses it to make milk shakes so its child friendly too (under supervision!) the only thing I have found is that it is quite heavy and I think that may be a little problematic for some people...but this is also a plus because it is sturdy and robust with a heavy duty motor which wont break down!
if your worried about the weight go and see them on display in John Lewis!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Salted Caramel on 14 Mar. 2012
Note: This review has been written after 6 months of steady use. Overall, I am pleased with this blender. I own this blender in a black finish.

PROS:
(1) Hardy and powerful: Besides using it to make soups and such 'softer' items, I've also used it to pulverise ice, hard baking chocolate, hard cheeses and so on. It goes through everything like butter.

(2) Stable base: Because of how powerful this blender is, it needs a heavy base to keep it from vibrating all over your countertop. The base provided is heavy enough to fulfil this requirement.

(3) The glass jar: The blending jar is marked for measurements in ml, l, cups and oz. It is dishwasher safe.

(4) The seal between the cap and the glass jar: I have found it to be absolutely watertight so far, provided it is fixed right.

(5) Cord storage at the bottom: The base contains a little niche where extra bits of the wire can be tucked in to prevent them snaking over your countertop.

CONS:
(1) Heavy: The entire unit is heavy. If you don't have dedicated counterspace for it, you're going to be lifting it in and out of your cupboards. Be warned it's not light. I estimate it weighs between 3 and 5 kg.

(2) Pointless functions: Some speeds are fairly pointless in my experience. The chopping vegetable function, for instance. I've never been able to coax an even chop from it. What I've gotten the few times I've tried it is a partial chop and a partial puree. I guess I'll stick to my knife here.

(3) The glass jar: You will need a small-headed spatula to get the last few remnants of food matter out after blneding something. I invariably have to go digging in with my hand to sweep stuff out as well. No major problems, just not as easy as in my previous blender.

All in all, I'm satisfied. It meets my requirements and does everything I need it to do at little inconvenience to me.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ted on 14 Feb. 2012
This blender is superb. As a bloke, sadly I don't get the opportunity do a lot of cooking but this has made me think more about how often I cook. No question that this is one of the best.

My only gripe is that when we bought this item, we were promised a "Cookbook" to go with it as a special offer. Despite numerous requests, we have never received anything from KitchenAid except an acklowdegement of the Guarantee. My emails asking for this Cook Book were steadfastly ignored. A matter of principle, when you pay as much as this for an item.

However good the product is, I would think twice about using KitchenAid again. (But then I probably would!)
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