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Old 07-13-2011, 02:39 AM
 
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Kalorik Aztec 50 Oz Blender Model BL-24242

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Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

For the serious cook in the family, or the person who does catering on the side, the Kalorik Aztec 50 Oz Blender is the ultimate kitchen tool! With such a large glass jar, it's easy to make soups, sauces, smoothies, and dips. This particular model comes with a satin copper colored base which has a fun retro look to it. It is very simple to use and has a step-by-step manual.

Unlike smaller blenders that jam from certain foods or ice, the Kalorik Aztec blender has a 500-watt motor which makes the six sharp blades handle any food and ice. When I first used ice and frozen fruit in it, I was amazed that the blades didn't slow down! The blade unit is detachable for easy cleaning. The glass jar fits on the lower rack of the dishwasher. The glass jar is heavy, but that also means it's very durable.

The blender has a speed control unit and a pulse option. The pulse option is really nice when making smoothies; it allows you to produce the smoothies at the right consistency. The blender also has a removable filter cap which is handy when you add extra ingredients to what's already in the glass jar.

Compared to other blenders, having the larger glass jar is such a plus. I haven't experienced any spills. However, sometimes it's hard to get the lid to fit just right.

The blender measures 11.5"x8.5"x13.5". In regards to safety, it has a safety lock and non-slip feet. In fact, I went to slide the base out of my way, and was surprised that I had to actually life it up first. That's a great feature if you have little ones at home. It comes with a one year warranty. Overall, it's a very good blender at a reasonable price ($80 - $100).

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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