KitchenAid KSB560MC 5-Speed Blender with Polycarbonate Jar, Metallic Chrome

December 22, 2013 - Comment

KitchenAid Blenders combine outstanding performance, durability and an easy to clean design to perform everyday kitchen tasks from making smoothies to pureeing vegetables for soup, to crushing ice and making pesto. This blender features a 56 oz shatter-resistant blend & serve pitcher. Its soft grip handle is comfortable and the jar’s lighter weight allows for

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KitchenAid Blenders combine outstanding performance, durability and an easy to clean design to perform everyday kitchen tasks from making smoothies to pureeing vegetables for soup, to crushing ice and making pesto. This blender features a 56 oz shatter-resistant blend & serve pitcher. Its soft grip handle is comfortable and the jar’s lighter weight allows for anyone to use, including kids. One piece dishwasher safe pitcher with Stainless Steel one-piece blade eliminates food traps and any need to disassemble. Clean Touch control pad wipes clean in an instant. Unique pitcher design and patented blade system combine with .9 HP motor and Intelli-Speed electronic controls for fast, consistent blending. Includes 1 Year Hassle Free Replacement warranty through KitchenAid.

Product Features

  • 5-speed blender offers .9 HP motor and Intelli-Speed electronic controls
  • Die-cast metal base; steel-reinforced coupler; 1-piece stainless-steel blade
  • Dishwasher-safe shatter-resistant pitcher with 56-ounce capacity; soft-grip handle
  • Automatic “crush ice” button; Clean Touch control pad; cord storage for tidy countertops
  • Measures 7-1/4 by 9 by 15-1/5 inches; 1-year hassle-free replacement warranty

Comments

Band Dad says:

Search for the holy blender… I have been looking for a blender for a few weeks now. We have started making smoothies at home and burned up our old one. Our girls like the “Chocolate Elvis” recipe from the local smoothie place which contains peanutbutter, bananas, yogurt, ice, and milk. I guess this is really hard on blenders. I bought one at Target 2 weeks ago that had “700 watts peak power” on the box. It died in 2 days. The power spec on the bottom of the blender said 450 watts. I think that is false advertisement. I…

Bucherwurm "bucherwurm" says:

They Redesigned The Container (carafe)!!! We bought this Kitchenaid blender over a year ago, and after several months the container started to leak. The leak was small, and we put up with it for awhile. We finally got tired of the mess, however, and called the factory. We were told that the container had been redesigned, and they would send us a new one immediately even though our warranty had expired. When we got the new one we could see that it had indeed been redesigned, and have used it for some time now, and NO LEAKS. A leak proof…

AG Pym says:

Do Yourself a Favor and Buy this Fantasitc Blender My husband and I make smoothies almost every single night (as in, 6-7 nights/week), so we’re really hard on our blenders. We have been through 4 blenders in the last 3 years alone. We started with a cheap Oster blender, but quickly realized that it was pretty much useless for the thick smoothies we like to make. Next, I bought the Back to Basics Smoothie Elite, which was great for as long as it held up, but as it turned out, that was only 6 months. So, we upgraded to the Back to Basics…

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