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- The Dualit® Professional Immersion Hand Blender is a robust, compact, and versatile kitchen necessity that's equipped with durable stainless steel blades.
- Now you can blend, chop, grind, purée, and liquidize with one beautiful hand blender thanks to the specially tailored powerful 320 watt motor.
- Variable speed control from 9000 rpm to 16000 rpm.
- Pulse Plus button spins at 17000 rpm and processes 1.5 liters per second.
- Easy grip non-sliding soft touch handle.
- Detachable blending stick for easy cleaning.
- Model number: 88860
- Dimensions: 2.4" wide x 15" high x 2.8" deep
- Weight: 1.9 lbs.
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An astute businessman, Max decided not to compete head to head with other emerging consumer brands, but instead focused on the commercial market. He designed and engineered a six-slice toaster with a built-in timer (the first of its kind) in 1952, which bears a striking resemblance to today's Vario toaster. Dualit grew slowly over the next 20 years, gradually improving and extending its range of commercial toasters and adding other related products.
Everything started to change in the '70s when Max's son, Leslie, joined the business. A government-sponsored design grant gave Dualit the opportunity to employ a Royal College of Art design graduate. Export incentives prompted Leslie and Max to exhibit at foreign trade shows, and consumer demand for professional kitchen appliances led retailers like John Lewis to stock Dualit products.
When the Dualit toaster became the must-have kitchen appliance of the '80s, the company was swamped by an insatiable demand. Dualit was forced to extend the factory twice over and find ways of increasing its manufacturing capacity.
Today, Dualit produces a range of kitchen and home appliances which remain firmly rooted in the values Max set out for the company in 1945. It is run by Leslie and is one of a handful of successful, independently-owned British manufacturers. Reliable, well-engineered products remain at the heart of the company and there is an instantly recognizable - and now nostalgically retro - Dualit aesthetic which can be traced back to Max's first toaster designs in the 1950s.
One constant - an ability to embrace change - has seen the company revolutionize its manufacturing capability without compromising on quality and reliability. The innovative, entrepreneurial spirit that was so much a part of Max and his father before him is echoed in Leslie, and now his son Alex, who sit firmly in the product development driving seat.
This is Dualit - no frills, no gimmicks, no compromise, just great products.
Dualit 88860 Immersion Hand Blender
I researched immersion blenders for a week - all of them. Was ready to buy the Bamix for $130 (+tax = $140) at Williams Sonoma when I zeroed in on this Dualit (English) or the LeEquip (French). Both have high power and 9k-16k RPM. If the RPM are not mentioned, don't go there unless you don't need power. I need to mix cottage cheese with flax oil. Neither the $50 Kitchenaid or Cuisinart could do the job. The Bamix is great, but the Dualit at this price works just as well. Easy stick on and off, not so high as to give arm aches, pretty lightweight, easy cleanup. It even has a turbo button which I haven't needed. Awesome item. Recommend its purchase.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Atlanta, GA
- April 20, 2011