Women Magazine

Womens health, fashion, beauty, lifestyle, interior design, technology

With the introduction of its new Pro Line Series cordless hand blender, KitchenAid offers even more flexibility in a multi-tasking kitchen tool that has migrated from professional kitchens to become a favorite among in-the-know home cooks.

KitchenAid Pro Line Series Cordless Hand Blender

Designed to handle a range of cooking tasks quickly and portably, the brand’s new cordless model features a powerful 12V rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides optimal runtime with consistent power.

As versatile as corded models but easier to maneuver, the cordless model from KitchenAid features the industry’s first interchangeable bell blade assemblies. Three interchangeable blades, including an S-shaped, Multipurpose and Frother/Beater blade, simply twist off and on from the blending arm and require no additional tools for use. The blades can handle everything from emulsifying ingredients for homemade hollandaise sauce to pureeing cooked vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower directly in the pot to create a delicious homemade soup. An additional whisk attachment quickly whips egg whites or cream; a chopper attachment easily produces a quick batch of homemade pesto or homemade graham cracker crust.

Removable eight- and 13-inch blending arms offer additional flexibility for blending in deeper pots, bowls or pitchers. An included one-liter capacity BPA-free pitcher (about 4 cups) is handy for both blending and storing everything from smoothies to milkshakes. A removable pan guard fits on any of the bell blade assemblies and helps protect cookware from being scratched. Covers for each bell blade enable safe storage, and a soft grip, non-slip handle features a patented design for comfortable and controlled handling.

An included storage case helps keep all components organized when not in use. The new Pro Line Series cordless blender will be available in Medallion Silver in April 2013 at a suggested retail price of $349.99.

Categories: Shopping, Technology


If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!











  • Meta

  • Archives

  • Blogroll