The Breville Blender Gets The Job Done Smooth And Easy
The Breville Blender originates from Australia but is now sold around the world. It features a cool multi-blade blending system that ensures a smooth mix.
Breville is an Australian company that has a 75 year history and is still going strong today. The company was first started on Melbourne Cup day back in 1932. It was founded by two young Australian businessmen called Bill O'Brien and Harry Norville. The name Breville is a combination of their two names.
They started out manufacturing radios and mine detectors then moved into small appliances. Breville invented a sandwich toaster, the Snack n Sandwich, in 1974 and a food processor, the Breville Kitchen Wizz, in 1977. During their 75 years many kitchen accessories have been invented. Most people now recognize this household brand and it has been advertised widely.
The inspiration this brand has used in design and innovation has definitely played its part in keeping Breville at the forefront of kitchen appliances. Products like the sandwich maker to the juice foundation are part of the history of this innovative brand. Breville products are sold in over 30 countries around the world. Some of the most popular Breville blenders include the following.
Breville Die Cast BlenderThe Breville Die Cast Hemisphere Blender uses a specialized blade system that features 4 smaller blending blades surrounded by 2 large blades. This mechanism is housed in a circular bowl. The combination of the blades and the bowl shape make the blender aerodynamically consistent so that there are no dead zones in the jar where whatever you are blending can get stuck and not blend completely. The result is a pure and consistent blended mix. The blender jug is 67 oz, dishwasher safe, and chip and fog resistant. The motor has 2 speed settings and the control panel is designed without crevices so that you can clean it much easier than a blender that has big buttons.
Breville Ikon BlenderThe Breville Ikon Hemisphere Blender comes in an LCD panel version and a non-LCD panel version. The engine is 5 speed and offers 750 watts of power. The glass jar is 54 oz. The Breville Ikon also has 2 preset functions in the control panel for ice crushing and smoothies, along with a digital timer. It features the specialized blade design described above, for smooth blending.
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Breville Cordless Immersion Blender
Breville also makes a cordless hand blender which can be a very convenient addition to any kitchen. Not having a cord means you can freely move around your kitchen without worrying about a cord bumping and knocking things over. The Breville cordless blender is powered by 9-3/5 volt rechargeable NiMh batteries and comes with a stainless steel attachment for making smoothies, and a 34 oz mixing jug. It also has an easy to grip handle and a well designed recharging base.
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