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Dualit DHB2

5 / 5

Reviewed by Sam Loveridge

29 July 2014

Dualit DHB2 Hand Blender

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Key Features:

  • 700W motor and ergonomic design
  • Food processor pot, measuring jug, whisk accessory and stem blender
  • Turbo mode for tough foods

Price: £80

The Dualit DHB2 Hand Blender is a very good choice any discerning chef. Its 700W motor, upgraded from 500W on the DHB1, means it handles tough foods much better and it comes with all the necessary accessories. There's also a turbo mode for dealing with really tough blends.

Other thoughtful touches include a handy spout for adding ingredients to the food processor pot mid-blend. We'd like the addition of a lock for securing the blender to the pot more securely, and the smart chrome finish does mark easily, but this remains a very good hand blender that's great for any serious chef.

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Our Score:

8

Jmac

November 18, 2013, 8:52 am

Why would you want to blend your hands anyway?

Bigpappa

March 5, 2014, 10:08 am

I bought the Kenwood Kmix (without all the accessories) exactly because it seemed so robust, apparently competely made of metal. A few months later it broke: where the staff connects to the machine was simply stripped, and to my inexpert eye it seemed as if exactly this part, perhaps the part most in need of being robust, was made of plastic...

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