|Colour||White and Silver|
|Product Dimensions||7.3 x 42 x 7.3 cm; 1.57 Kilograms|
|Volume Capacity||0.75 litres|
|Power / Wattage||800 watts|
|Number of Speeds||8|
|Special Features||Detachable^Has Mixer Attachment|
|Item Weight||1.57 kg|
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Kenwood Hand Blender, Anti-Splash, Mixer Includes 5 Attachments 0.5L Chopper, Soup & Masher Attachment, Whisk and 0.75L BPA-Free Plastic Beaker, 800 W, HDP406, White Silver
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|Colour||White and Silver|
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About this item
- HAND-HELD BLENDER: This hand blender helps prepare vegetables, soups, purees, dips, sauces and mash potatoes among many other delicious recipes
- HIGH PERFORMANCE: The 800 W motor combined with the patented metal triblade foot which contains three angled blades and six blending ribs, creates a high performing hand blender
- XL SOUP BLENDER: The soup XL attachment has an extra-large foot which can blend soups directly in the pan.
- MORE POWER: More powerful than ever before, and able to handle 20 percent heavier loads for all your favourite recipes
- COMFORT AND EASE: The Suregrip soft grip areas also adds extra gentle comfort when cooking or baking for ingredients which are a little more stubborn
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Kenwood Triblade Hand Blender HDP406
Easier. Faster. Stronger.
Blending by hand puts you in control, with versatile attachments available such as food processor bowls and mashers to get the job done quickly.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 September 2018
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First thing I did was to measure the actual wattage of it and of course it was significantly less than advertised. I measured it using a watt meter and no-load it's 25W. I have no idea how manufactures calculate wattage, but believe me if it was 800W it could cover the ceiling in soup and chopped up pan not to mention happily breaking your wrist in the process. When you consider that most DIY power drills can go through concrete with 500W, then you start to disbelieve the outrageous claims of blender manufacturers! Anyway, whatever it is, it’s seems the same as similarly powered blenders I have owned in the past.
The blades are an unusual design in that they are all at different angles. I thought at first mine was damaged until I saw the blades on the secondary liquidiser are set at exactly the same weird angles.
All of the tools work very well. Some have dedicated gear units to make them just right speed power for their intended application.
I do have a few minor criticisms: The first is that the speed setting is very hard to adjust. It has no grip and is really tight. Second is the plug has no decent grip on it. It’s difficult enough to get it out of the wall socket when your hands are dry, let alone when they are wet or covered with flour. It may prove necessary to swap it for one that does have grip. Oh and a third complaint, the cable could be longer. It’s four feet long which is OK, but it’s would be a lot better if it was just a foot longer.
One thing I noticed immediately when I was using the blender, is that even the small head is actually a lot larger than most other blenders I have used. So if you are dealing with small quantities you may prefer a blender with a smaller head. Also the stainless is lined on the inside with plastic which kinda makes you wonder why they bother with the stainless.
The motor is very well balanced. There is far less vibration at high speeds than other blenders I have used.
I have to say that I was stunned by the masher. It's fantastic. It's for anything that's soft, doesn't have seeds or skin. Unlike the normal blade it forces the food through a bunch of holes. It's really fast and surprisingly good. The main thing is that it doesn't clog up like a normal head can and it can mash a big pan in seconds, with perfect results. It's also entertaining as you see all the strange shapes coming out of the holes, lol. The masher should be one of the main selling points of the blender. In fact I would go so far to say that most of the time the masher head is what you should be using, and the bladed heads are just for food that actually need chopping up.
All in all it's a good quality unit. It's not perfect, but it is very good. I am not sure I would recommend it though for people living on their own ( cooking small quantities ), or people who have difficulty with their hands ( hard to remove the plug and hard to rotate the speed setting ). Everyone else in the world, sure, why not, it's a good blender with some very handy tools.
I’ve had this blender just shy of a year and it’s beginning to smell now because of the trapped water issue. I have, just the other day, noticed a small amount of dirty water leaking out of it, so I’m going to have to throw it away. I don’t fancy making my family ill. I felt like it was fine if the water couldn’t escape into the food but it runs out it can in tiny amounts. It’s very frustrating. This product would have got five stars otherwise. Don’t buy.
i might one day get a replacement blender from kenwood (i doubt it very much) but my temper hasn't come
down yet it's three years so far i guess i'll never buy from kenwood.
(Seriously thinking of calling it a day with Amazon as well. as the amount of poor quality rubbish i've had off their vendors is enough for me to want to blacklist them from off my computer)
didn't bother to send it back for a replacement in the first place as i was fuming
should have realised that the old kenwood quality was out the window when
i saw the shoddy plastic rubbish very poor quality.
the further you stand away from it the nicer it looks
maybe on some landfill site in china would be ideal
By zoolium on 30 September 2018