[Sca-cooks] Cuisinart stick blender

Heleen Greenwald heleen at ptd.net
Wed May 16 17:16:30 PDT 2007

I have a Braun that I got about 5-6 years ago. The stick part is  
metal and the blade is metal but the rest of it is plastic. Well, I  
don;t know about inside, as I can't open it up. The blade part twists  
off from the handle and can be changed to a whisk attachment and both  
attachments can be put in the dishwasher. The handle has the cord &  
plug and of course it wouldn't be put in the dishwasher. I've got to  
tell you, it has been a real work horse, I use it about 3 times a  
week (over 5 or so years). It has held up beautifully and I love  
being able to put it in the dishwasher.

I just got a Cuisinart stick blender from Freecycle and while it  
looks very sturdy, it is one piece solid and you cannot put it in the  
dishwasher,. I am giving it to my son. I am sure it will be a work  
horse too.
On May 16, 2007, at 8:39 AM, Sandra Kisner wrote:

>> If your Cuisinart is anything like my Braun
> I've been thinking about getting a stick, but must admit I haven't  
> tried to
> do any research.  How does Braun compare to Cuisinart (or any other
> brand)?  I (or my budget :-))
> am not up for the $140 models, but information comparing power,  
> ease of
> use/cleaning and use-life (I don't want something that will need to be
> replaced every year) would be helpful.
> Sandra
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