- Page 1 Best Hand Blenders 2018: 6 of the best you can buy
- Page 2 Dualit DHB2 Hand Blender
- Page 3 Kenwood kMix Hand Blender HB891
- Page 4 Philips Viva Collection HR1617
- Page 5 Morphy Richards Accents 402010 Hand Blender
- Page 6 Tefal SlimForce
- 650W motor
- XL chopper accessory included
- 16 speed settings
This isn’t the most attractive hand blender, but it is effective. The double action blade is fast and efficient and we love the fact you get a chopping accessory as well. This makes the HR1617 a very versatile hand blender that you’ll often reach for for general cooking tasks.
The 16 speeds settings means you have loads of control, though if anything the HR1617 is a little too good at times. It’s hard to get anything but a perfectly smooth blend, so it’s not the best choice if you want to make chunky soups. This is light, easy to use hand blender you’ll get lots of use out of.
At time of review the Philips Viva Collection HR1617 was available for £60.