Morphy Richards Accents 402010 Hand Blender

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Pros

  • Click wheel makes changing speed easy
  • Good ergonomical grip
  • Easy to use attachment system

Cons

  • A bit too heavy
  • Wall bracket only holds blender and no accessories
  • Whisk attachment difficult to clean

Key Features

  • Review Price: £60.00
  • 600W power output
  • Eight speed settings
  • Full-blast turbo button
  • Mini chopper, handled jug and balloon whisk accessories

Morphy Richards Accents 402010 Hand Blender: At a Glance

The Morphy Richards

Accents is a 600W hand blender with eight speed settings, three more

than any other hand blender we’ve tested. It comes complete with a mini

chopper enclosed within a large, handled jug, and a balloon whisk.

There’s a measuring beaker too along with the traditional stainless

steel stem blender with Morphy Richards’ new Serrator blades.

Morphy Richards Accents 402010 Hand Blender: We Like

The

eight speed settings are easily accessible via a click wheel around the

top of the hand blender, which allows you to vary the power from 500 –

600W. This means you have much more control over how your ingredients

come out.

There’s a turbo button too, located above the power

button on the soft touch grip. The grip is ergonomically designed to

make the Accents easy to hold. It looks good, too.

Although

small, the Serrator blades are surprisingly nimble and managed to mince

all of our ingredients. The variable speeds allow you to control the

coarseness of the blend, which is especially useful when making recipes

like hummus where you don’t want it perfectly smooth.

There’s a

simple locking system in place for the Morphy Richards hand blender,

popping attachments off and on at the push of a button.

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Morphy Richards Accents 402010

Morphy Richards Accents 402010 Hand Blender: We Don’t Like

The

Accents hand blender is a tad heavy, no doubt due in part to the

excellent built quality. That said, the speed at which it completes

tasks means you won’t get an aching wrist.

The included wall

bracket is pretty useless. As far as we could work out, it can only

accommodate the main handle, and not any of the other accessories, which

means you’d have to store them separately.

One final annoying flaw is that the whisk attachment can be quite difficult to clean where it plugs into the handle.

Verdict

The

Morphy Richards Accents hand blender is a quick, powerful and easily

adjustable kitchen addition. A solid build and array of attachments for a

good price definitely make this one to consider.

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