Hamilton Beach 50242N WaveMaker 10-Speed Blender, Black

June 27, 2013 - Comment

Quality and style combined into one essential kitchen appliance. Hamilton Beach blenders are built to last and backed up with a 3-year limited warranty. The patent-pending Wave~Action System ensures smooth drinks every time, and each blender is designed with convenience and easy cleanup in mind. Highlights: Wave-Action system continuously forces mixture down into the blades

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Quality and style combined into one essential kitchen appliance. Hamilton Beach blenders are built to last and backed up with a 3-year limited warranty. The patent-pending Wave~Action System ensures smooth drinks every time, and each blender is designed with convenience and easy cleanup in mind. Highlights: Wave-Action system continuously forces mixture down into the blades for smooth results. 450 Watts peak power. Large 40 -Ounce jar. Stainless steel Ice Sabre blades. No ice chunks – this is the result of the new wave action system that blends everything in the jar and not just the lower portion of the jar contents.

Product Features

  • Revolutionary Wave-Action system pulls mixture down into the blades for smooth results
  • 40-Ounce dishwasher safe glass jar
  • 450 Watt peak-power motor
  • Patented stainless steel Ice Sabre blades
  • Counter-stable jar base

Comments

E. Refermat says:

Glass makes the difference The glass container really sets this blender apart. It doesn’t stain, it’s easier to clean then plastic and just plain looks classier. Also, I’ve always had trouble with frozen drink mixes (the bottom blends, but the top part never moves down to the bottom). I always thought I didn’t do it right. I never have that problem with this blender — cheers to a well blended margarita!

J. Freeman says:

Great Blender! This blender does an awesome job of handling frozen strawberries for smoothies. It’s also fun to watch the wave action. Easy to use, easy to clean.

Sherman A. Thompson says:

Success depends mostly on the operator I’ve seen more good carpenters do well with a poor hammer than bad carpenters do well with a good hammer. It depends mostly on the operator. The same applies to musical instruments, cameras, and most everything else, including blenders. Barring a factory defect most blenders are successful in the right hands. Look at the star ratings of all blenders and you will see that the less expensive ones are almost the same as those costing $500 or more. There will always be a few gripes about even the most expensive ones, including manufacturing defects.That said, I’ve been using a Hamilton Beach wave maker 10 speed for years and am still learning new things about what it can do and how to use it. The usual no-brainer things like making smoothies with ice and fruit came pretty easy. Four months ago I was diagnosed as Stage-2 diabetic, had very high blood pressure, and my serum cholesterol was also very high, with high LDL and low HDL. … All not good. I determined to make the…

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