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KitchenAid is not a market leader for nothing, and their new version of the Torrent Magnetic Drive Blender makes that clear.
Unlike most of the other brands on the market this particular one looks like a stylish coffee maker, and the color, Sugar Pearl, only makes it more appealing.
Target market? Those accustomed to high-end blenders such as the Vitamix.
What are some of the features that set this little monster apart?
We have to talk about the design, seeing as most powerful blenders are known to be large. Well, this brand only measures 13 x 7.5 x 16 inches.
The ingredients cap and the funnel are removable to ensure it fits in standard kitchen cabinets. It’s a little weighty at 25lbs, but then that keeps it grounded.
The 1.8 Peak HP motor leaves no lumps behind, and it makes the blender even more versatile. It’s not only ideal for fruit and veggie smoothies, but it also makes a mean sorbet!
Your soups have never been as good, and you can even make baby food with this blender.
Ease Of Use
This blender has four primary functions: smoothies and icy drinks, juices, soups and sauces, and milkshakes. All these features are on the dial at the top.
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The wide ingredient cap at the top makes it easy to shove in ingredients effortlessly after chopping them into smaller pieces first.
The 60-ounce pitcher is BPA-free material, and the base is stainless steel. No ice will break this jug, and the base will stay intact for years. The blender has a long life depending on how you take care of it.
KitchenAid gives this blender a 7-year limited warranty, which will include replacing the parts as long as the blender is not used commercially, and general repair.
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- Die-cast metal base to last a lifetime
- Stainless steel blades
- Powerful motor and comfortable grip on the jug
- All parts are dishwasher safe.
- It is quite heavy to be moved around.
- The magnets on the jug’s base may attract other metals.
- Difficult to assemble