Cuisinart HB-154PC Smart Stick Hand Blender With Whisk & Chopper Attachments – Club Model

December 3, 2013 - Comment

Equipped with a powerful 200-watt motor, this immersion hand blender quickly purees soups, blends batters, mixes beverages, and more. The unit’s unique blade provides extremely smooth and even blending, while its protective blade guard helps prevent splattering. The blender includes a powerful chopper for chopping or mincing a wide variety of foods, plus a whisk

Equipped with a powerful 200-watt motor, this immersion hand blender quickly purees soups, blends batters, mixes beverages, and more. The unit’s unique blade provides extremely smooth and even blending, while its protective blade guard helps prevent splattering. The blender includes a powerful chopper for chopping or mincing a wide variety of foods, plus a whisk attachment that allows for optimal whipping results. Other useful features include a lightweight design, an easy-to-grip ergonomic handle, and simple push-button control.

Cuisinart makes it quick, clean and easy to blend, prep and whip a variety of ingredients. Our Smart Stick Hand Blender includes Whisk and Chopper attachments to extend this blender’s performance. Blends or whips in the bowl, pitcher or pot, to eliminate extra dishes, and with the Chopper attached, it turns into a handy mini food prep tool. The look is commercial, the performance is professional, and the ease of use is pure Cuisinart!

Product Features

  • 200-watt immersion hand blender housed in brushed stainless steel
  • Powerful chopper and whisk attachments provide added versatility
  • Lightweight design; easy-to-grip ergonomic handle; simple push-button control

Comments

Mark A. Rocka says:

Great idea in theory. Poor execution. Like many others here, I used my Cuisinart Smart Stick very little before the teeth on the gear in the housing stripped out. I’m guessing I didn’t even get to use it 10 times, but since those 10 times were spread out over a period of about 9 months and I had tossed the receipt, I’m out $50.Shame on Cuisinart for making such a powerful little motor and installing plastic gears for it to drive. It’d be a great product if it weren’t for this one, seriously fatal flaw.

LAR says:

Wonderful! I purchased this because I had a Kitchenaid mini-prep and Kitchenaid Stick Blender and had minimum space. I replaced two appliances with one. There isn’t a meal I prepare that I don’t reach for this and absolutely love it. Have never had any problems with the ease of disengaging the attachments from the handle. I really like the way the chopping bowl does not have a hole in the bottom.

CoastalKate says:

Most Frequently Used Kitchen Gizmo I don’t know how I lived without this product. My sister gave it to me Christmas eve and I have been using it continuously ever since. I have Fibromyalgia and sometimes the pain can be so intense that it’s difficult to chop an onion or even stir eggs for an omelet. It’s lightweight and easy to clean. The attachments give the stick the most versatility. From chopping nuts and onions or making blended vegetable soups to whipping up a quick Hollandaise sauce and the oh so trendy foams, I feel like I’m back in control of my kitchen. I think if Julia and Paul Child were still alive you’d find it in their Cambridge kitchen. One caveat: I did find I needed to go out and purchase the metal bowls with the rubber bottoms as the stick is so powerful it can get away from you. That said, when you’re making a pureed vegetable soup or a gravy, for example, you can put the metal blender right into the pan and blend away. Simply put, I love it and hope you do, too. My new-found kitchen adventures have…

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