Cuisinart Smart Stick Hand Blender

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Cuisinart Smart Stick Hand Blender
Price: $29.99
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I grew up being told not to stick my hand in the blender, and now there’s a blender specific for your hand?!

I’m so confused!

I bought one of these about a year ago new from a local shop and can’t praise it enough. I’ve never used the beater, but I use the hand blender often (makes quick work of mashing up avocados for guacamole amongst other things) as well as the little chopper for mincing up herbs and light food processing. For $18 you should buy one for yourself and another for a friend.

I got one of these at Costco. It’s fantastic. I use the immersion blender attachment to make protein shakes. The chopper functions similar to a Cuisinart Mini-Prep and I use mine for making fresh salsa . . . helpful tip: chop up the cilantro while the bowl is still dry, then add it in to the salsa later. This is a great kitchen gadget. Cheers!

We use this for soups and baby food and it is great. I don’t use any of the other attachment but the immersion blender is great.

For baby food it has been able to blend some pretty thick squash and other foods mixes. It handles apple sauce like a champ.

I’ve had one of these for several years. Love it. Use it all the time, but I did break the food processor attachment. It cannot do cheese. :frowning: Do not try to grind up cheese the food processor attachment.

Are all of these attachment included?
Please let me know before they are sold out.

Cuisinart roughly translated means “I’m not sticking my hand anywhere near that”

I would totally buy this, except we have the version of this that Cuisinart released five years ago and it’s still going strong. That tells you everything you need to know about this one!

This has 158 1-star reviews at Amazon; apparently it has a serious design flaw with critical plastic parts.

The newer model (SCB-79) has much better ratings and has two speeds. There’s a new one at Amazon for $45.99 with free shipping and a used one for $43.19 (free shipping).

You could read the details that are posted:

•Brushed stainless steel housing with embossed Cuisinart® logo
•Powerful 200-watt motor
•Push-button control for continuous or pulse action
•Comfort grip handle
•Stainless steel blending attachment
•Whisk attachment
•Chopper attachment
•16 oz. mixing/measuring beaker

I have a Braun that I’ve been using for more than 10 years, and I use it quite often. If you really need a stick blender, shop around and find one with better ratings than this one even if it costs a little more.

The attachments might be nice if you need them, but I already have the appliances they’re meant to mimic.

Indeed. They’re noted in the features and specs.

PLEASE use with caution!

http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2013/02/blender-injuries-stir-up-more-visits-to-the-emergency-room/index.htm

Count me among those who had a plastic gear wear out after about a year, rendering it useless. I had forgotten all about this thing until I saw it here today and the words “Hell no” popped into my head.

“You can’t fix stupid. Can’t even find parts.”

These are sold with about a half dozen names attached. Cuisinart is one of them. I doubt if they have any actual repair facility for them.

It works, I have one (not this brand name slapped on).

I like the fact that the working end is removable from the powered end for cleaning.