Oster 4093-008 5-Cup Glass Jar 2-Speed Beehive Blender, Brushed Stainless

June 27, 2013 - Comment

Timeless looks and powerful performance combine in one sleek machine. The Oster Beehive Blender has a classic toggle switch which controls two speeds and a whopping 600 watts of power. It’s got every blending possibility covered, from frozen drinks to dips, sauces to smoothies, and soup to nuts. The 5-cup glass jar has been Thermal

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Timeless looks and powerful performance combine in one sleek machine. The Oster Beehive Blender has a classic toggle switch which controls two speeds and a whopping 600 watts of power. It’s got every blending possibility covered, from frozen drinks to dips, sauces to smoothies, and soup to nuts. The 5-cup glass jar has been Thermal Shock tested so you can pull it out of a steamy dishwasher and safely make a frosty cold beverage right away. The stainless steel “ice crusher” blade does just that so you get smooth frozen drinks every time. The Oster Beehive Blender is made in North America and backed by the superior quality of All Metal Drive. Because the two pieces that connect are metal (instead of plastic), you get a more durable and longer-lasting blender that will function flawlessly, party after party, year after year. Has a 1-year warranty.

Product Features

  • 2-speed toggle with 600 watts of ice crushing power
  • 5-cup dishwasher-safe glass jar is Thermal Shock tested to withstand extreme temperature changes
  • Stainless steel Ice Crusher blade for perfectly crushed ice every time
  • Oster All Metal Drive system for lasting durability; durable die-cast construction
  • Removable filler cap for easy and convenient filling and measuring

Comments

Melissa says:

4th time’s the charm I’ve burned through 3 other brands of blenders — each time the plastic “spinner” in the motor base (which mates to a plastic spinner in the pitcher’s base that turns the blade) broke. Finally we decided to try out the Oster “Classic” because it uses a metal shaft that fits directly into the pitcher’s base to turn the blades rather than the plastic disks that all the newer blender designs seem to use. That does the trick. I make a lot of fruit smoothies using frozen fruit — which can be pretty hard on blenders — but so far the Oster Classic has been up to the task. I highly recommend it!

Shinda says:

Simple does it best We bought this blender after a horrid experience with some Cuisianart mulit-speed blender that turned out to be a piece of … Originally I was attracted to all the bells and whistles, but after all that leaked on the first pouring, I realized we had a problem, Houston.

Mary says:

Great, but careful when you wash it This is my third blender in the past 3 years. First one of this brandmodel. I’ve owned this one for 2 years now. I make a smoothie every morning for breakfast. I don’t put ice in my smoothie, but I do use frozen fruit and this blender blends up my milk and protein powder and flax seed and fruit in just under 20 seconds. Sometimes less if I use small fruits like blueberries.I really like this blender for the price and the quality of the components. It only has 3 settings. 1)off 2)regular on 3)high on. I only use the off and the regular on setting.What I don’t like is washing it. Since I use this item daily, I like to just rinse it out and put the lid with the little top thingie in the top rack of the dishwasher and the pitcher with the glass, rubber seal, blade, and plastic bottom upside down on the lower rack of the dishwasher. Well if I don’t remove the pitcher as soon as the washer is finished, the parts start to rust. So now the metal part with the blade is…

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