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My blender has died - what shall I buy to replace it?

(5 Posts)
dinosaur Thu 21-Apr-05 17:11:11

My old Kenwood blender has shuffled off its mortal coil.

I have a hand blender thingy which is very useful. However I'd like something that does a few more different things especially making breadcrumbs which is a job I hate.

Any suggestions?

NotQuiteCockney Thu 21-Apr-05 17:28:05

My hand blender thingy has a whisk, and a mini food processor attachment thing, so it makes breadcrumbs. It's a Braun. I've had it three years, and it still works really well. Almost all the bits go in the dishwasher.

I couldn't go back to an old style blender. That little rubber seal, all those bits, ugh.

Twiglett Thu 21-Apr-05 17:29:37

I've got the braun multipractic(?) sounds just like NQC's and its great

NotQuiteCockney Thu 21-Apr-05 17:34:10

I don't know which model mine is - I know they do one with an ice crusher thing now.

One thing that's really worth being sure of in a hand blender - if the shaft is metal, it can go right in very hot soups etc, which means less washing up.

Carameli Thu 21-Apr-05 19:27:09

I've had a bamix for nearly 4years now, but my mum has had an identical one for donkeys years and its still going strong.

They are brill, well worth the extra.

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