All Clad Immersion Blender

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Hand Mixers & Hand Blenders - The All-Clad Immersion Blender quickly and efficiently prepares creamy mashed potatoes to thick soups and smoothies with precise control and efficiency. The versatile immersion blender with extra-long 9 1/4" brushed stainless-steel drive shaft reaches deep into tall pans and bowls. Equipped with a powerful 600-watt motor and variable speed dial, plus turbo and pulse functions, the hand blender whips, blends, and purees with remarkable ease. The large blending head reduces splatters and the ergonomic handle offers a sure, soft grip. Detachable shaft for easy dishwasher cleaning and storage. All-Clad crafts premium-quality electrics, cookware and kitchen accessories and derives its name from being the first to patent a manufacturing bond or "clad" of stainless-steel, aluminum and copper metals. Since the late 1960s, the Pennsylvania-based company has offered impeccable balance, meticulous hand-finishing, and durable construction to make All-Clad a professional and home - Specifications Material: brushed stainless-steel, durable soft-grip plastic Model: KZ750DGT Watts: 600 Size: 3" Dia. x 9 1/4" drive shaft (17 1/2"L (with handle) Weight: 2 lb. 6 oz. Cord: 63"L Made in China Use and Care Before first use of your immersion blender, wipe clean all parts and dry carefully. Always make sure the immersion blender is unplugged before attaching or detaching the blender shaft. The blades are extremely sharp. Use extra care when handling the blender shaft. When blending, ensure that only the blender shaft is immersed in foods or liquids. Hand wash the detachable drive shaft. Wipe the handle clean with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Do not put any of the parts in the dishwasher or use harsh or abrasive cleaners or solvents.


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