KitchenAid introduces new high performance series blender

KitchenAid introduced a new high performance series blender designed to provide maximum control in customizing the texture and taste of everything from soups and smoothies to sauces and dips.  Available now, this newest addition to the brand’s blender collection features a 3.0 Peak HP motor, a variable speed dial and durable, long lasting construction.

“The new High Performance Series Blender is not only powerful but also exceptionally easy to use,” says Nikki Lockett, US marketing leader for KitchenAid Small Appliances. “The streamlined design and thoughtful features allow home cooks to tackle tough ingredients, and to add ingredients and seasonings, during blending, with the simple push of a button.”

Beyond sheer power, the new blender features a variable speed dial with nine speed settings and two switches that offer a range of power for even the most challenging ingredients. The die-cast metal base and controls are made to last with hefty commercial grade components. Additional features include a 60 oz. rated volume blender jar, an ingredient measuring cup and a tamper that doubles as a spatula for scraping ingredients off the sides of the jar. In addition, the ultra-strong lid fits securely on the jar to minimize spills during use.

The High Performance Series Blender is offered in Matte Black, Matte Gray and Matte White.

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