Thursday 2 October 2014

The ten best hand blenders


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Bosch: Three attachments give this blender a variety of uses. It comes complete with a whisk fitting, beater and an extra-large chopper, which will make light work of all kinds of dishes from cakes to soups and stews. It has variable speeds and a turbo button to deliver maximum performance at 750 watts. A really good all-rounder. Price: £74.99
Kenwood HB150: Traditional in white, the Kenwood blender has simple operation and comparatively low wattage at a great price. Just the thing for soup fans. The HB150 also comes with a beaker. A good basic model from a trusty brand. Price: £14.75
John Lewis: Smart and reliable, this blender and chopper has simple one-touch control for continuous blending. Though it has only a modest 200W of power, armed with a good chopping attachment, a stainless steel balloon whisk and its 500ml measuring jug, it's equal to pretty-much every kitchen task. And it comes with a threeyear guarantee. Price: £40
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