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The new Kenwood Triblade System Pro
– faster, more powerful, more efficient

Kenwood is launching two new designer hand blenders as part of its Triblade System Pro range. These are powerful and reliable kitchen tools capable of pureeing fruit and vegetables, whipping up cream or icecream, chopping nuts, and chopping and grating in general. With their 1000 Watt motors, these are Kenwood's most powerful hand blenders. They mix and puree at the touch of a button, they work quickly and efficiently – and they look good. They'll be on the market in September.

Extra-broad mixing foot

The secret of the Triblade system is the mixing foot. Instead of two blades, the Triblade, as the name implies, has three blades and they rotate at different levels. This is why their pureeing performance is so much better than conventional models. In addition, the foot has six outlet apertures, so that the liquid won't splash. One key benefit of the new Triblade System Pro models HDM800SI and HDM802SI is the impressive diameter of the mixing foot. It's around 33% wider than earlier models making pureeing more uniform and faster.

The speed of both devices can be regulated using the small wheel. And they both have a "turbo" button. The ergonomically designed handle made of non-slip SureGrip material makes sure the blenders sit securely in your hand and that you can easily operate either of them one-handed. Attachments include a detachable mixing wand and a whisk– both made of stainless steel – and a 1-litre measuring jug with a clear scale. The premium model, the HDM802SI, also has a new metal potato and vegetable masher. With interchangeable discs it's equally good for mashing coarsely or finely – for roughly mashed potatoes or for babyfood.

To sum up: the HDM800SI and the HDM802SI hand blenders from Kenwood's new Triblade System Pro range are top of the range machines that will live up to all your expectations.

There's more information on the companies in the De’Longhi Group at www.delonghi.com, www.kenwoodworld.com and www.braunhousehold.com.

Source: Crossrelations brandworks GmbH