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Cuisinart SPB-10CH PowerBlend 600-Watt 56-Ounce Blender, Chrome and Black

November 21, 2015 - Comment

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Cuisinart boosts both power and capacity to take blending to the next level. Our new line of high-performance blenders includes this 7-speed deluxe model that can handle any task that comes along. A powerful 500-watt motor mixes up 56 ounces of spectacular fruit smoothies in record time. Preprogrammed speed controls are

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Cuisinart boosts both power and capacity to take blending to the next level. Our new line of high-performance blenders includes this 7-speed deluxe model that can handle any task that comes along. A powerful 500-watt motor mixes up 56 ounces of spectacular fruit smoothies in record time. Preprogrammed speed controls are lined up alongside an oversized on/off switch to let user Pulse, Stir, Mix, Puree, Chop, Liquefy or Crush Ice with the touch of a button. Customers love this big blender because when the job is done, the jar and lid go right into the dishwasher!

Product Features

  • Countertop blender with 600-watt motor and oversized “on/off” switch
  • 7 preprogrammed speed controls; LED indicators; crush-ice function
  • Large 56-ounce glass jar includes clear 2-ounce measured pour lid
  • Dishwasher-safe removable parts; push-in cord storage
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

Bill says:

Awful – so much for higher priced Cuisinart We use a blender about once a week for smoothies and crushed ice. We had a Black and Decker than burned out in less than 6 months, so we got this more expensive, supposedly higher quality Cuisinart as a replacement. It did a great job blending a smoothie, but it smelled like burning plastic with the first use and stopped working completely during the 3rd use – so it was promptly returned. 

Robert C. Yates says:

A Real Surprise – and Not in Any Good Way! We purchased this item in July of 2009 after careful research. We wanted a large capacity blender and this one was 56 oz. And of course Cuisinart is a respected brand. 

Steven Graham says:

A great blender, a poor food processor After reading the poor reviews, I realized that other people are doing what I used to do, using a blender as a food processor. My Cuisinart has the processor attachment as well as the blender. Once, I was blending the ingredients for hummus and the motor sounded labored and smoke started coming out of the slots at the bottom rear, with a strong electrical odor. Then, I remembered that I had always used the processor attachment when doing the hummus, and I switched out the hardware and…

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