The Blendtec Blender Is Powerful And
Blendtec, a division of K-TEC, got its start in 1975, when company founder, Tom Dickenson, combined a vacuum cleaner motor and a milling chamber to create the first wheat miller for home use. For the first time individuals could mill wheat into flour in their own homes. The K-Tec Kitchen Mill was a great start for the company and allowed them to move into producing commercial blenders for use in restaurants, ice cream shops, and juice bars. They designed a number of innovative products and features for the industry such as programmable blenders, electronic blenders, and motors built into countertops.
As a result of their success in commercial businesses, Blendtec created its Fine Living product line of home appliances. These appliances all have the same high level of commercial quality and performance, but are designed to have a more appealing appearance and be better for use in the home. Their blender line includes the following products.
Blendtec Mix n Blend IIThe Blendtec Mix and Blend 2 is a mixer blender combo that features 1000 watts of power. It has an auto-knead button that will knead up to 12 lbs of bread to the appropriate consistency and then automatically shut off. It has a 4-quart mixing bowl and a 64 ounce blender jar. The Mix n Blends touchpad features 5 automatic mixer cycles and 8 automatic blender cycles.
Blendtec ConnoisseurBlendtec Connoisseur is the first built-into-the-counter blender designed for home use. The Connoisseur is a great finishing touch to any custom kitchen and features an elegant stainless steel platform that will complement any countertop. It also comes with a tabletop base which can be moved to different areas of your home for parties, or family events. The Connoisseur also comes with the smart touch technology that controls the blend cycle. It has a 1560 watt motor and a 3 year warranty.
We cant talk about the Blendtec blender without mentioning their videos on WillItBlend.com and posted on YouTube. Check these out. They blend something different each week, generally something non-edible, like an Apple iPhone, and see what the result is. In the iPhone case, its a pile of ash. They conduct polls asking people what they should blend next. Sure its a marketing gimmick, but its still pretty creative and really shows how strong these blenders are. Besides, Ive always wondered whether you could blend golf balls. FYI the nutty professor guy in the white lab coat is actually the company founder and CEO, Tom Dickenson.
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