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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Braun MultiQuick 5 Immersion Hand Blender (MQ505) at for $36.88 w/ Free Store Pickup.
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pretty cool. i am buying this to blend blueberry, protein powder, yogurt and almond. wish it will work great.
I use a cheaper immersion blender to blend frozen strawberries, banana, milk, greek yogurt, and protein powder together and it works well. It struggles with the frozen strawberries, but it'll get the job done given enough time. If your blueberries are fresh then it'll get the job done quick.
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I've been waiting for this to go on sale. My 1st immersion blender.

Would the Braun 725 with the extra attachment and 1 cup container be a better value, it is on sale too.
Wondering how often I would really use those things.
If anyone uses an immersion blender and/or has attachments, I'd like to know if you think it's worth the extra $22.12

Braun MQ725 Multiquick Hand Blender,Black

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1 [amazon.com]
Not sure it's on sale because I've seen it for similar price in the past.
The 725's flexible speed looks more useful...two speeds on this deal is annoying sometimes...
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I bought this immersion blender off of Warehouse Deals a while back and I admit it's a cool way to blend. Mine has more attachments -- potato masher, food processor with/2 different slicing attachments, and the whisking attachment. Unlike the Thunder Stick sold on TV infomercials, it has a safety power button to prevent injuries and accidents. I learned the hard way and injured my index finger. Whew!
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I've been looking for an immersion blender. Since someone said these are on Amazon, I went and look and saw two others, which are close to the same price as this. Are these any better than this Braun?

Mueller Austria 1 001 Ultra-Stick 500 Watt https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075X1K...VCb3CCDQZM [amazon.com]

And this one is a little bit more $

KitchenAid KHB2351CU 3-Speed Hand Blender https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005MMN...VCbP7XR2WT [amazon.com]
Most important feature is the bell design (where the blade spins). Braun has the best bell. Anyone who has used other designs will be jabbing at things and getting food spray all over the place.
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Most important feature is the bell design (where the blade spins). Braun has the best bell. Anyone who has used other designs will be jabbing at things and getting food spray all over the place.
Thanks for the information!
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old is gold. because my 1 years old blender working well
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I have a Kitchenaid I like. I use it mainly for semi-smoothing out or liquefying soups like tomato basil.

How is Braun compared to the recent Kitchen Aid deal

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kitch...QRFMUyQ1g0
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I was shopping for these a few weeks back and did a fair amount of research on all the various models including this Braun. I'd be very hesitant to purchase. It gets many bad reviews for lack of durability, being under-powered and difficult and awkward to operate.

It appears really no one is making a decent or very durable one of these and there are plenty of other options in the $15 to $30 range that get as good reviews as the Braun. Spending $20 on something that is likely to break after a short time or not operate quite as nice as you imagined is better than spending $37 and getting the same.
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I was shopping for these a few weeks back and did a fair amount of research on all the various models including this Braun. I'd be very hesitant to purchase. It gets many bad reviews for lack of durability, being under-powered and difficult and awkward to operate.

It appears really no one is making a decent or very durable one of these and there are plenty of other options in the $15 to $30 range that get as good reviews as the Braun. Spending $20 on something that is likely to break after a short time or not operate quite as nice as you imagined is better than spending $37 and getting the same.
What are your thoughts on the Breville one? It's expensive but is it worth it based on your research?
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What are your thoughts on the Breville one? It's expensive but is it worth it based on your research?
I didn't really step up my research to more expensive models. I limited myself to somewhere around $30 or less. My need is not that great and I just wanted a replacement for an old one that I used to make a milkshake once in a while.

Just taking a quick look at the negatives they seem very similar to the $30 models and there is even someone in the reviews that seconds my conclusion that you just can't get a decent one of these even when spending $90. Under powered, short lived and clunky and hard to operate come up again and again even at that price point. See here.
https://www.amazon.com/Breville-BSB510XL-Control-Immersion-Blender/product-reviews/B004RF7QJW/ref=cm... [amazon.com]
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I didn't really step up my research to more expensive models. I limited myself to somewhere around $30 or less. My need is not that great and I just wanted a replacement for an old one that I used to make a milkshake once in a while.

Just taking a quick look at the negatives they seem very similar to the $30 models and there is even someone in the reviews that seconds my conclusion that you just can't get a decent one of these even when spending $90. Under powered, short lived and clunky and hard to operate come up again and again even at that price point. See here.
https://www.amazon.com/Breville-BSB510XL-Control-Immersion-Blender/product-reviews/B004RF7QJW/ref=cm... [amazon.com]
Thanks. That's what I was seeing too. I think I'll just get a cheapo one and expect it to not last long.
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Thanks. That's what I was seeing too. I think I'll just get a cheapo one and expect it to not last long.
I think that the wisest choice. It's a bit silly that in this age of wonders we can't seem to get a decent hand blender even if willing to pay good money. If I remember right there's a generic one for around $20 or maybe a little less on Amazon that is fairly well reviewed.

I got so disgusted looking and putting so much effort into something so silly I just passed on them all and am making my shakes with a spoon in the meantime. If I revisit it will be a cheap one.

See also the Kitchenaid one a few posts back that someone linked. Looks better reviewed than most at $40
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Those cheap $6 coffee frothing mixers work well for a lot of things and are smaller/easier to clean/cheaper. I use them to mix protein drinks at work. They work surprisingly well.

Here's one for $3.55 shipped [amazon.com]
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How is Braun compared to the recent Kitchen Aid deal

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kitch...QRFMUyQ1g0 [homedepot.com]
Great question. Off the top of my head, the answer is: it depends. When I bought mine there were various models that sported different wattages. My immersion blender is old and is 300 watts. I think the newer ones top out at 200. The Braun isn't bad, it's pretty good. I believe it's either 250 or 280 watts. Breville is good, too.

When in doubt, read WireCutter or similar site reviews where they test it out non stop for 100-300 hours. Better yet, you can check around on foody sites like egullet and see what people use at home and professionally.

I bought Kithenaid because I like most of their stuff. My mixer is Kitchenaid as is my hand mixer. My food processor isn't, though. That said, either work, but the Breville is sweet, too.

Then again I'm a weirdo because I own a cheapo blender, a Ninja blender and a Vitamix.
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