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A 200-watt hand blender. It blends drinks, soups, and batter. The blending shaft and beaker are dishwasher safe.

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It is very easy to use and clean.

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The motor is powerful enough to blend frozen food or liquids.

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Cons

The drive shaft is connected with a cheap plastic piece and strips easily.

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The Cuisinart CSB-76 Smartstick is a 200-watt hand blender. It blends drinks, soups, and batter. The blending shaft and beaker are dishwasher safe. The immersion hand blender is made with a stick design and brushed chrome. It comes with a protective guard and a 2-cup plastic beaker.

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Features

  • 200-watt motor
  • Stick design
  • One-touch control
  • Dishwasher-safe blending shaft and beaker
  • Immersion hand blender
  • Protective guard
  • 2-cup plastic beaker included
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Detachable Shaft
  • Blending Attachment with Stainless Steel Blade and Blade Guard
  • 2-Cup mixing beaker
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Blade Design

The specially designed blade is for mixing and stirring dry ingredients and liquids. An up-and-down motion of the blade minimizes air.

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Care Instructions

Remove the blending shaft and clean it with a sponge or damp cloth. Abrasive cleaners will cause scratching. Wash the blending shaft by hand or in the dishwasher. 

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Color Options

White, Pink, Brushed Chrome, Turquoise, Light Blue, Raspberry, Apricot, Dark Green, Dark Purple, Dark Yellow, Metallic Pink, Metallic Red, Plum, Spring Pink

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why does the blade stop turning but the motor still works?

    The plastic drive shaft is probably stripped.

  • Is a plastic or steel guard better?

    As long as the blade itself doesn't come into contact with the Teflon finish, the steel guard should work fine.

  • Will this scratch the surface of Le Cruset cookware?

    The spinning blade is enclosed so it shouldn't have to come in contact with the surface of the cookware.

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