KitchenAid KHB2351CU - Licuadora (Plata)
- Extraíble (Brazo de mezcla con hoja fija
- Mango de agarre suave
- Para batidora
- Accesorio picador sin BPA de 2 1/2 tazas con tapa
- Mezcla, triturar, picar, puree y batidor
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Plata
Mango suave: Si
Número de velocidades: 3
Tipo: De mano
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Ways that Kitchenaid is better: The Kitchenaid hand blender is made of more heavy-duty metal. It does not get hot after blending for long periods of time, as the Cuisinart does. The Kitchenaid hand blender package comes with the canvas bag for storage as well as a lid for the mixing cup, which the same priced Cuisinart does not have. However, the canvas bag doesn't fit very much, so it is not very useful. I have used the lid to the mixing cup many times. The Kitchenaid mixing cup and food processor cups are both 1/2 cup larger than the Cuisinart processor and mixing cup.
Ways the Cuisinart is better: The Cuisinart has a design that splashes less while blending. IF you're using a deep enough cup or bowl for blending, this does not matter much.
Overall both are good quality blenders, but I like the KitchenAid version better.
The blender works fine, but it is really unacceptable from a company like kitchenaid to ask to pay 30$ for a replacement when the product is defective.
I am beginning to feel like the good products are being needlessly redesigned by newcomers trying to earn their keep. Case in point the new "blending jar" has a recess on the bottom which means it will collect water in the dishwasher, while my old one has a flat rounded bottom. Now I have a tricked out stick blender with multipurpose attachments I can't probably use in the heat of the cooking moment ...
Really who tests products these days?