Chefman Immersion Blender & Electric Spiralizer/Vegetable Slicer 6-IN-1 Food Prep Kit, Includes 3 Spiralizing Blade Attachments, Zoodle Maker; Grate, Ribbon, Spiral, Chop, Whisk and Puree

June 7, 2019 - Comment

PUT A CREATIVE SPIN ON YOUR MEALS WITH THE CHEFMAN ELECTRIC SPIRALIZING COMBO KIT!Equipped with a powerful 300 Watt ultra quiet motor, this immersion hand blender and spiralizer quickly purees soups, blends batters, mixes beverages, spiralizes vegetables and more. This set includes a powerful extension for blending, as well as 3 different types of spiralizing

PUT A CREATIVE SPIN ON YOUR MEALS WITH THE CHEFMAN ELECTRIC SPIRALIZING COMBO KIT!
Equipped with a powerful 300 Watt ultra quiet motor, this immersion hand blender and spiralizer quickly purees soups, blends batters, mixes beverages, spiralizes vegetables and more. This set includes a powerful extension for blending, as well as 3 different types of spiralizing blade attachments for a variety of creative food prep options. The ultimate tool for a variety of blending options; this stick design reaches into large cooking pots, pitchers, and mixing bowls. When creating a thicker consistency for a milkshake or smoothie, use the lower setting; the faster the speed, the faster the liquid will thin out. Use the blender in an up and down motion to easily blend your food.
Easy-to-grip ergonomic handle with two-speed push-button control makes spiralizing a variety of food simply easy. This style spiralizer is more efficient than a horizontal spiralizer because it can be used right on a cutting board; the open bottom allows you to easily push the spirals away when it gets too full; no need to stop and remove the spirals. There is also less to put together and clean!
Easily make noodles from zucchini, carrots, beets, potatoes, and any other vegetable of choice; making gluten-free, low-carb, and creative meals with just the touch of a button.

Product Features

  • HIGH POWER: The quiet, powerful 300 Watt motor handles more blending tasks. Use this great product to spiralize, slice, ribbon and grate a variety of vegetables like zucchini, beets, carrots, onions, butternut squash and more! For best results when spiralizing, grating or creating ribbons, use shorter and thicker veggies and always make sure to cut it straight. This product is compatible with a 120 Volt outlet.
  • SPIRALIZING SIMPLIFIED: Easy-to-grip ergonomic handle with two speed push-button control makes spiralizing a variety of food simply easy. This style spiralizer is more efficient than a horizontal spiralizer because it can be used right on a cutting board; the open bottom allows you to easily push the spirals away when it gets too full; no need to stop and remove the spirals. There is also less to put together and clean!
  • EXTENDED BLENDING: The ultimate tool for a variety of blending options; this stick design reaches into large cooking pots, pitchers, and mixing bowls. When creating a thicker consistency for a milkshake or smoothie, use the lower setting; the faster the speed, the faster the liquid will thin out. Use the blender in an up and down motion to easily blend your food.
  • EASY CLEAN UP: Removable parts are dishwasher safe for easy cleanup; Ice crushing immersion blade, Chopper, Whisk, and 3 spiralizing blades included. The handle is made of BPA free plastic which is easy to wipe down. Make sure when cleaning the handle, not to immerse the cord in water.
  • RESOURCES: cETL approved with advanced safety technology for long lasting durability, & 1-year warranty provided by Chefman, so you can purchase worry-free – we’ve got your back! For information on how to use your product, scroll down for a PDF User Guide. 300 Watts/120 Volts

Comments

Anonymous says:

Love all the attachments, especially the spiralizer – now that I know how to use it correctly! I was a little hesitant to order this, based on some reviews, but now I’m loving it. I mainly bought it for the spiralizer, but when it didn’t make the spirals I’d hoped for, I was more than a little bummed. BUT, turns out it was ME, not the machine! Once I figured out how to do it correctly, I have zoodles a couple times a week.For any other folks out there having trouble spiralizing, maybe this will be helpful! See the 3 *outie* grooves (for a lack of a better word) on the inside of the plastic holder where the blades goes? Now, see the 3 *innie* groves on the outside of the spiralizer attachment (that has the prongs that holds the veggie)? Those need to line up, or your veggie will go spiraling out of control. I’ve found that it’s best to cut the veggie to the height of where the grooves meet. Otherwise, if you just cut them in half, you’ll have to hold the plastic base with one hand, while spiralizing on low (or even better if you pulse it), until the grooves line up…

Anonymous says:

… model because I thought all the grating attachments were cool. Tested it today and they are basically useless I picked this particular model because I thought all the grating attachments were cool. Tested it today and they are basically useless, just wasted perfectly good vegetables. Chopping attachment seems to work good. So does the blending attachment, made a nice even textured potato soup. It didn’t do very good blending ice in a smoothie though. i wish it was sturdier too, all the plastic parts look pretty cheap. Not sure if I will keep it, feel like for this price there are better options out there.UPDATE: despite attachments not working as expected, I kept the blender. Immersion and chopper attachments work very well. Also, incredible customer service from Chefman! They reached out and really wanted to make it right for me, I was impressed. Not a lot of companies do it these days.

Anonymous says:

Horrible quality! Junk…. The reviews must be fake. The power on this was horrible. I had a Cusinart for years before the motor went out and this doesn’t even come close. It cant handle frozen fruit unless there is lots of liquid. The handle heats up and the motor slows down with anything harder or thicker than liquid. I’ve had it for 7 months and have used it about 10 times and it is completely broken now. The blade is loose and a big chunk of the plastic from the food processor cup broke off. I didn’t notice it had broken off and the piece ended up in the food I made. Luckily I got the bite that had the piece of plastic and not my toddler. Also, the handle of the blender disconnects from the wand part when you twist as you’re trying to use it. Super annoying. This is probably the lowest quality kitchen product I’ve ever used.

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