Read these immersion hand blender reviews to learn more about these cool blending products and how they performed in home tests.
Photo © Frigidaire
The Frigidaire Professional™ Immersion Blender is very well constructed - the fit and ease of connecting various pieces is tremendously easy. Handling is very comfortable and performance is above average. If I didn't know that it had 200 watts, I would think it had a more powerful motor, judging by the ease with which it chops, whips and blends, and how quickly it accomplishes each task. This is a very nice unit, extremely versatile and a joy to use.
Photo © Bosch
With a lithium ion battery, the cordless Bosch MIXXO Immersion Blender promises to run up to twenty minutes on a charge, to crush ice, blend and cut onions and other foods. It also has a companion chopper that adds a food processing function to this kitchen tool. But being cordless, would it have enough power to handle blending and chopping tasks, let alone crush ice?
Photo © Cuisinart
The Cuisinart SmartStick® CSB-77C is an upgrade of the original SmartStick®, with an improved handle design and construction, plus accessories that make this handy kitchen tool much more functional. I was curious how well this SmartStick model would perform as a multifunction food prep tool, so I took it for a test run.