Cuisinart SPB-7CH SmartPower 40-Ounce 7-Speed Electronic Bar Blender, Chrome

Rating:
1/5,
Buy Now:
Amazon.com
Price:
$89.95
By:
Cuisinart
  • Blend with ease in this stylish, Cuisinart Smartpower Chrome Finish Blender. This powerful blender features stainless steel blades, a 40-ounce glass jar with dripless spout, ice crusher capacity, touch pad controls with indicator lights, and a leak-resistant cover. Model SPB7C. Includes manufacturer's limited warranty.
  • Binding:
    Kitchen
    EAN:
    0086279104908
    Label:
    Cuisinart
    List Price:
    $145.00
    Manufacturer:
    Cuisinart
    Product Group:
    Kitchen
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_KITCHEN
    Publisher:
    Cuisinart
    Studio:
    Cuisinart
    Title:
    Cuisinart SPB-7CH SmartPower 40-Ounce 7-Speed Electronic Bar Blender, Chrome
    Feature:
    Measures 13-1/4 by 7-1/3 by 9-7/8 inches; 3-year limited warranty
    UPC:
    086279104908
    Brand:
    Cuisinart
    Size:
    200
    MPN:
    SPB-7CH
    Package Quantity:
    1
    Height:
    15 inches
    Length:
    8 inches
    Weight:
    7.92 pounds
    Width:
    6.87 inches
    Model:
    SPB-7CH
    Color:
    Chrome
    Legal Disclaimer:
    Sale Ends: 05-23-2009. You may return or exchange merchandise purchased from Macy's @ Amazon by mail only. Certain items are covered by warranty as indicated. To obtain a copy of the warranty prior to purchase, please write to: macys.com Customer Service Dept.; P.O. Box 8215; Mason, OH 45040; Small Ticket Department-Warranty;

Recent User Reviews

  1. gobblygook
    "Poorly made"
    1/5,
    Design:
    1/5,
    Value:
    1/5,
    Ease of Use:
    4/5,
    Pros - It works as a blender.
    Cons - Poor design
    It works great when it works.  I've owned this for a couple of years with VERY light use.  This (and other brands) use a clutch type mechanism where a couple of plastic/rubber gears mesh between the base and the blade.  However, these gears can strip and are about $8 each to replace.  Oster uses a "direct drive" system where a metal shaft enters a metal receiver at the bottom of the blade.  My next blender will be an Oster.  I'm simply disappointed in having to replace parts on a mixer. 

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