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jimithing11
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Dillon, Texas
Member since Mar 2011
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Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


Looking into getting one for my GF for Christmas.

Don't want to get a cheap piece of shit, but also don't want to spend a lot, or else I'd just get a food processor.

Likely will be used to puree soups and pasta sauce

TIA







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fouldeliverer
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Lannisport
Member since Nov 2008
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re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


whats your price point?

After doing some research, I purchased this one for my father this christmas.

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jimithing11
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Dillon, Texas
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


not that much

I was looking at maybe like a Kitchen Aid but no point wasting money on it if it just falls apart in a week






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PBeard
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Look on the Brightside
Member since Oct 2007
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re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


LINK

I have this one and like it. You can get different colors as well






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OTIS2
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NoLA
Member since Jul 2008
23644 posts

re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


I bought. 10 inch from Richards Restaurant Supply in Houma. Check them out at galley.com...good commercial grade equipment .





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CITWTT
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baton rouge
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re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


49.00(may be cheaper for the season) at Bed and Breakfast will get you a Cuisinart one. Stainless steel wand, small food processor, and wire wisk attachments included


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jimithing11
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Dillon, Texas
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


I checked it out just now. Looks legit but some of the reviews I read state a plastic piece ends up breaking in six months. How long have you had yours?





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Outdoor Chef
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Zachary
Member since Sep 2011
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re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


I read most of the older reviews were not that good, but the newer ones sound good. I ordered one off amazon prime for $46 for a white angel gift game.





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ATL TGR
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Houston
Member since Apr 2008
2870 posts

re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


We have the same one. Been roaring strong for almost 1 1/2 years. No issues at all





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jmon
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Mandeville, LA
Member since Oct 2010
535 posts

re: Suggestions for a quality immersion blender?


Get the Ninja immersion blender and food processor. Nice little combo pack for the price.





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