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Cuisinart csb-76 SmartStick 200 Watts Immersion mixeur de Main Talla única Chrome brossé
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- Immersion Batteur équipé Puissant Moteur de 200 Watts
- Blade offre Doux Mélange ; schutzgitter aide à prévenir Les projections.
- simples contrôles de Poussoir et conception légère pour manipulation avec une seule Main
- Passe au lave-vaisselle en Acier inoxydable malaxage de MANCHE ; 2 tasses en plastique verre fourni
- Mesure environ 3 par 3 par 14 – 1/8 pouces ; garantie limitée
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Description du produit
Vous trouverez mélanger plus facile que jamais avec ce cuisinart Smart Stick batteur. Mélange de saisir pour boissons froides, soupes chaudes, et poêle pour masse – droit dans le bol, casserole ou bowl. C'est à transporter, facile à utiliser, et l'axe et verre de mélange passent au lave-vaisselle. Enjoy.
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In addition to the blender itself, both blenders come with a 2-cup dishwasher- and microwave-safe plastic measuring cup that is perfectly sized for the blender shaft (the whole shaft fits the width of the bottom of the container). I usually use this cup to make smoothies. It can also double as a liquid measuring cup because they include markings on the side. Another notable feature is that the shaft (the bottom part with the blade) detaches from the actual blender/motor unit (the top), which makes it easy to clean without needing to worry about avoiding getting the top part wet. Some cheap stick blenders can't do this; I couldn't imagine trying to wash one of those.
Unfortunately, there are a few negatives. First--a minor issue some may care about--if you're ordering the "brushed chrome" color, the picture online makes it appear metallic. It is not; it is simply gray/silver-colored plastic (as is every other similarly colored Cuisinart product I own). Second--another minor issue--the blade/shaft portion tends to hold water in the inside portion when you wash it (I think water gets in through the part where it attaches at the top). To fix this, I usually dry it upside down so it drains. A third--much more significant--is that both this unit and the CSB-75 use the same gear design, which has failed me in the past. With my first CSB-76, it took about four years of daily use for the problem to appear. On a later unit, it took less than one year. I can't see inside to know what the issue is for sure, but I'm guessing the gears are getting stripped and thus not turning the blade much, if at all (which is the problem I have: it won't actually blend anything). I've also had one where the blades broke off, but that may have been my fault for soaking them in water for too long and encouraging rust, which I've been careful to avoid since then.
The final negative aspect is their warranty. They have a three-year warranty, which sounds great. I actually forgot about this at first when I had one break inside the warranty period, so I bought a replacement shaft from Cuisinart online (less than the cost of a whole new unit, as long as you know whether it was the motor or the shaft half that you need). By the time the whole thing broke on me, I remembered this and decided to try it. I contacted them via e-mail, and they explained my only option: they can ship me a new unit at my expense, and I must send them back my old unit, also at my expense. Their shipping charge is $10, and the total cost will be that plus however much it costs me (probably something pretty similar) to return mine, which is about 1/2 to 2/3 the price of just buying a new unit. Good retailers will cover the cost of shipping both ways, or at least one way; Cuisinart does neither. They are also slow to process these requests. While customer service themselves were quick and always responded with a business day, I had to wait an entire week between the time that they told me a new unit would ship and the time it actually shipped to me, plus transit time (almost two weeks total). Don't count on the warranty to help you out in a hurry or without notable expense on your end; on the bright side, three years is fairly long and might be enough time for the "gear problem" to pop up if it's as widespread as it seems to be based on my experience.
I do use my blender a lot--every day--which may be more than most people. I'm still giving it two stars because it does work well for as long as it remains usable (seems to be about a year for me with daily use, probably longer if you use it less frequently). Additionally, it's easy to wash (because the top and bottom halves come apart), reasonably priced, and comes with a long warranty even though it is not as consumer-friendly as it could be. If you only use your blender from time to time, I'm sure it will last a long time. Personally, I've switched to the KitchenAid KHB2351CU, which seems nice and has a slightly different, possibly more durable mechanism to attach the motor unit (this one costs more, but and they make a few closer in price to the Cuisinart that might also use the more durable mechanism), but there's a reason I kept purchasing these despite having a few problems.
One year after this review, the SmartStick has finally stopped working. The grinding I had initially talked about has taken it's toll. The blade no longer catches and will not spin. I'm very happy to say that even though it wasn't made to crush ice cubes, it did the job perfectly for 7 years and 1000+ smoothies. Unfortunately everything wears out.
At $4.14/year of very extended use (and abuse), the price is well worth it! Definitely buying another one and hoping for the same lifespan!
After 6 years of heavy usage, it's still working! I was looking for something specifically to make post workout smoothies. The old blender I had was a pain to clean so I went on a search. Amazon was offering this for 29 bucks with the measuring/mixing cup which made it an easy choice.
I go to the gym between 3-5 days a week on average. I always have a protein shake/smoothie and use this to blend the ingredients. I always use a cup of small ice cubes along with almond or fat free milk. This unit WILL crush smaller ice cubes and has done so at least 5 times a week for the past six years. My ice cube trays make quarter size cubes which easily fit into the blade area of the blender. Your average ice cube that is 1.5"x1.0" will will not work and most likely damage the blades.
Other weekly usages are hummus, homemade mayo, veggie drinks and making whipped cream.
Some things I've noticed after a few years:
-When the blade is attached to the handle, I have to turn it to get it to lock. Not really a big deal, but it just means that parts are wearing out.
-A few of the seams that connect the body are a little loose. See attached pictures.
-It's gotten noisy. I can hear some grinding. Probably time to spray some WD-40 down the shaft.
The blender is looking pretty good after all these years. I have very little wear on the shaft connector
I noticed that the same/updated model is 3-4 times more expensive. $29 when originally purchased vs. $99+
It's definitely worth the current selling price especially if I get the same life span.