Kenwood kMix HB800 Triblade Hand Blender, Almond - £59.97 at John Lewis
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Kenwood kMix HB800 Triblade Hand Blender, Almond - £59.97 at John Lewis

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Found 27th Aug 2014
The attractive and versatile Kenwood kMix HB800 triblade hand blender will be a great addition to your kitchen.

Finished in a range of sleek colours, the HB800 has a triple blade system for more efficient and controllable blending. This unit is supplied with:

Chopping blades
Balloon whisk

The HB800 has a 700W motor to provide you with powerful blending, especially when tackling harder items such as vegetables in soups. A choice of 5 speed settings gives you a versatile range of speeds to suit what is being mixed; among the settings is a turbo option for a powerful blast.



Key Features:
3 blades
Powerful 700W motor
5 flexible speed settings
High quality die-cast aluminium body
Central top cord deflects away from food
Space efficient storage system

9 Comments

Bad reviews on. Amazon

biggysilly

Bad reviews on. Amazon



There are also 63 5* and 4* reviews. The 3* 2* and 1* reviews total 20

Original Poster

4 out of 5 total is "bad"?

iv got this & think its excellent, very well made.

sorry i only read the first ones that said you cant clean the attachments with anything other than luke warm water without detergent or the silver paint peels off. i like to put as much as poss ible through the dishwasher to eliminate the bugs but each to their own.

Original Poster

sometimes i dont understand people here. this is the cheapest price ever, as far as I recall and it's a decent piece of kit, but whatever. I have it and it works brilliantly. So what that you cant put it in a dishwasher or wash with detergent. It's only fresh food or dough you're gonna prepare in it, what else than lukewarm water straight after use do people need? rant over ;-)

thomasrykala

sometimes i dont understand people here. this is the cheapest price ever, … sometimes i dont understand people here. this is the cheapest price ever, as far as I recall and it's a decent piece of kit, but whatever. I have it and it works brilliantly. So what that you cant put it in a dishwasher or wash with detergent. It's only fresh food or dough you're gonna prepare in it, what else than lukewarm water straight after use do people need? rant over ;-)


Look up 'basic food hygiene'' to answer your rant

Original Poster

thanks, but i got that covered

I suggest you cover it again and see where on the list luke warm water comes in on the top breeding grounds for bacteria. Although this deal is cold enough to kill them!
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