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Multiquick 5 MR 530 Sauce

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Brand Braun
Model Number392477
ColourWhite
Item Weight1.7 Kg
Product Dimensions25.9 x 27.9 x 19 cm
Capacity0.5 litres
Power / Wattage600 watts
MaterialPlastic
  
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ASINB000FH8TQA
Best Sellers Rank 659,154 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
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Date First Available18 Mar. 2009
  
 

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Braun blender 5 mr530 sauce


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My Husband bought me the Braun Multiquick MR6550 M CA Hand Blender for Christmas in 2006. (it was only £24.99) but looks exactly the same as the stabmixer. It is still going strong after 3 years. I use it loads. The small basin is great for small quantities of indredients like ginger and garlic, nuts. The main blender attachment is great for soups and de-lumping sauces! The motor detaches from the other parts allowing the blending part can go in the dishwasher. I don't use the whisk attachment much as I have a hand mixer and, a more recently inherited, Kenwood Chef which I use more as I tend to cook in greater quantities. He bought this to replace a traditional all-in-one handblender which I had had for over a decade but was still going strong.
I would strongly recommend this product although I am not sure I would pay that price.
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There are many stick blenders, from "no brand" supermarket specials at £10.00 to heavy duty catering machines at over £200. The Braun range sits nicely in the middle: based on our experience they do exactly as the maker claims and go on doing so for a long time.

We bought this to replace an early model of Braun Stick Blender from the mid 1990s. The only reason to replace it was damage to the speed control caused by dropping it on the floor....otherwise it would still be in use.

The Braun range has lots of models including many attachments. I tend to believe that one machine can't do everything, and so we got this model with only 2 attachments.
The balloon whisk is excellent and much easier to use for beating one or two eggs whites than getting out and setting up the Kenwood Chief.
The chopper works better than I expected and again it is easier to use than getting ot and setting up the large Magimix.

One word of caution: the supplier we bought this from is in Germany, so the model is supplied with a moulded on European 2 pin plug. This means you must either use an adaptor or cut off the European plug and fit a UK 3 pin plug: for some that may be a disadvantage. Our cooker control panel has a European socket built in, so for us the European plug was a real advantage!
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I have had this item for four years now and it is brilliant. Those flimsy looking blades make short work of practically anything and it's perfect for whizzing up anything for your babies including roasted meats etc. It's brilliant for spices and herbs and sofrittos. The whisk attachment is OK but you're much better off with the Braun hand whisk for egg whites and cake batters but for liquidising and chopping this beats anything else that I've tried and you can get spares easily should you need them. Take heed of the instructions not to put the jug lid in the dishwasher though.....I didn't and after three years had to replace the whole thing! That'll teach me to be such a bloke and ignore the instructions!
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This is a good update on an already excellent little machine. We have 2 of the old plastic versions which are still going strong after almost daily use over several years. Only slight problem with the old plastic unit is that it can stain - the newer stainless steel version shouldn't have this problem and also looks smarter and much more up to date. It also has a variable speed dial which is useful.

Otherwise, just as user-friendly as ever. Quick and easy to put together. Can be used directly in saucepans when blending soup. Much less hassle and cleaning than a food processor.

Good combination of attachments. The sauce container is a generous size and would suit most uses (inclduing herb chopping so no real need to purchase the smaller herb chopper attachment).

One thing to mention is that a one litre mixing beaker is included in the pack so you don't need to buy another one unless you want a spare.

Also, the company I purchased from, Avides, included a good quality re-usable adaptor for the UK market so no need to buy another. Worth checking with the company you use whether they will supply an adaptor. If you do buy an adaptor however, would suggest you buy a good quality re-usable one. Some of the cheaper ones are wired directly into the plug and are one use only. As you'll want to try the blender out to make sure it works, playing around with the wiring of the plug before you're sure you want to keep it might affect the guarantee.
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... and - if you don't cook in great quantities (eg if cooking for two or three), pretty much does away with the need for a food processor. I used my old one for about 10 years until it fell apart and now have this version. The stick blender is infinitely better than a food processor for blending soup (no transferring to bowl, no puddles on worktop when it slops over the top etc), or pureeing veg (makes it dead easy to make tonnes of carrot and swede puree to freeze and have with stews etc, and for a fraction of ready meal costs). The slicer/grater is, dare I say it, great; and the blending bowl size is fine for making mixtures for burgers/steak tartare etc. Whisk is fine - produces whipped cream/egg white reliably and fast on the rare occasions such items get an outing. And it tkaes up practically no room in a cupboard (though have to say, I use mine so often the stick element lives out by the stove - ready for action!).
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