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Krups Premium Multi Function Hand Blender

by Krups
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  • Unique 'roller' finger control
  • 6 speeds with pulse and an ice crushing function
  • Detachable blades
  • 800ml jug capacity and 700ml bowl capacity
  • Multiwhisk
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Technical Details
Brand Krups
Model NumberGPA315
ColourBlue
Item Weight2.3 Kg
Product Dimensions39.6 x 30.8 x 15.4 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB000GTR5DA
Best Sellers Rank 532,619 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 Kg
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Date First Available5 July 2007
  
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Product Description

This hand blender has 'silence power' technology for extra quiet operation, a distinctive illuminated display and a unique 'roller' finger control. The motor operates at 600w and has six variable speeds.

Functionality includes a multiwhisk attachment, pulse and ice crushing.

The blades are detachable. An 800ml jug and 700ml bowl are included.



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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By xxxx on 17 May 2009
This is my third handblender, and I have long been convinced of the usefulness of this bit of kitchengadget. Soups, dips, I couldn't cook without it.

After my second blender desintegrated during use to the point of potential electrocution (a Breville, same sort of price range) I decided to go for German quality .

No regrets:
- most importantly, the release/change of shafts is very easy and sturdy -press a button, no need to twist- (point of great frustration with the previous two)
- the digital display is very useful, to see if you can go faster or slower during or before use
- all parts are of decent quality, including the measuring cup
- the knives are sharp
- both chopper and blender do their job very well (not tried whisk)
- feels pleasant in the hand, non slip, easy to control, not too heavy
- nice design

One minor thing: the Amazon product info states an ice crushing function, whereas the manual tells you not to do this (having said that I think it could probably cope, a previous one could be used for this function and was less well designed)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Boetheus Prettypenny on 19 Jan. 2010
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I bought one of these from Amazon in October 2009. By mid-January 2010 the electronic speed control had ceased to work, being stuck on mid-speed. Before that though, the metal shaft of the main fitment actually became detached during normal pureeing, from what I could then see was the inadequate plastic bung-like thing that provides the coupling to the motor. On this occasion I pushed the plastic bit back into the metal part and tried to forget it had happened. I did worry though that any food-stuff/water that got past that bung thing could fester in the stainless-steel shaft unless one deliberately wrenched it off periodically to give it a good seeing to in a dishwasher (which not all of us have anyway). The other parts of the system all seemed to work well: the chopper was very good for breadcrumbs at least, but they always are, so nothing special there; don't recall whether I used the whisk, but again these are usually unproblematic as they don't, or shouldn't, put much strain on the machine if used for the correct purposes.
But it's usually for the 'whizzing' bit that one buys these things for (soups and sauces), so that's the bit that gets used the most. After all, when these things first came out they were one-piece and that's all you could use them for in any case.
I've now returned the Krups to Amazon for a full refund, and shall try the flashy Bosch to see if it's been any better designed and tested.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bee on 10 Jun. 2010
I have had one of these for about 18 months now and have been using it regularly all that time with no problems. On recently moving from the UK to the USA, this was the only electrical gadget I brought because I love it so much, meaning I had to buy a giant voltage converter so I could still use it! I wanted this one as I don't have the space for a giant food processor, or really need that sort of capacity when only cooking for two people. For a small machine it does a lot!

All the parts are good quality - both the plastic jugs are strong, the chopper blades are sharp (my finger confirmed this on the first washing!), and the interchangeability of all the attachments is very easy and sturdy. I have put them all through the dishwasher with no problems either. I use them for smoothies, breadcrumbs, whizzing soup, finely chopping onions, whisking eggs and creaming butter and sugar for cakes (and probably lots more that I can't think of off-hand). I often use quite a low power for the latter as the egg whisk doesn't seem to like 'tougher' things on high speed.

My only downside is that you have to hold the power button down to make it work. This can be quite tedious when you are using it for an extended period and you tend to get mild finger cramp! But that's a minor annoyance, and all-in-all it's very good and I would happily recommend it to others.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By GAF on 16 Dec. 2009
Had this hand blender for almost three years and used it almost every day. It has performed very well doing all we asked of it. Baby food, soups, whisking - Royal icing - smoothies, never used it for preparing vegetables though. It is easy to dismantle and clean and the chopping 'bowl' attachment was still in pretty good nick even after almost 3 years. Sadly just before its third birthday it ceased to function.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By farley on 3 Jan. 2011
I purchased my first hand blender in January 2009. The plastic cog on top of the cutter blade in the mini chopper is difficult to engage in the matching part of the lid and it was stripped out in the space of two weeks. The replacement has just failed for the same reason in spite of great care being taken in its use. I shall be replacing it with a different make. It is not sufficiently durable for the money. The hand blender itself works well.
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