KitchenAid KSB1575TG 5-Speed Diamond Blender with 60-Ounce BPA-Free Pitcher – Tangerine

October 8, 2017 - Comment

The KitchenAid Diamond Blender, with exclusive diamond blending system, provides the ultimate blending performance to stir, chop, mix, puree and liquify, with pulse 1-5 settings and crush ice mode. A robust motor, unique one-piece, BPA-Free diamond pitcher, stainless steel blades and electronic controls combine to create a powerful vortex that is fast and thorough for

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The KitchenAid Diamond Blender, with exclusive diamond blending system, provides the ultimate blending performance to stir, chop, mix, puree and liquify, with pulse 1-5 settings and crush ice mode. A robust motor, unique one-piece, BPA-Free diamond pitcher, stainless steel blades and electronic controls combine to create a powerful vortex that is fast and thorough for exceptional blending results. Additionally, Intelli-Speed Motor Control senses contents and maintains optimal speed to power through all ingredients.

Product Features

  • The diamond blending system ensures that all ingredients blend together quickly and efficiently.
  • The Intelli-Speed Motor Control senses contents and maintains optimal speed to power through all ingredients.
  • Stir, chop, mix, puree or liquify. Pulse mode works with all speeds for staggered blending.
  • The 60-oz. BPA-Free patented Diamond Pitcher design is shatter-, scratch- and stain-resistant and is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.
  • The die-cast metal base is sturdy and the Clean-Touch control panel wipes clean easily.
  • 5 -Year Limited Warranty

Comments

L says:

Kitchenaid Diamond Blender (1575) vs the Classic (1570)… the Diamond Wins! After reading the reviews on Amazon, I was torn between the Kitchenaid Diamond and the Kitchenaid Classic model blenders. They both have similar sounding features and the same motor and watt size, but the Classic was less expensive. Tuesday Morning had both of these blender models for the same price, but the Classic came with an extra smaller size carafe… which of course I wanted. So I bought them both to compare and I am so glad I did. 

Charlotte Henry says:

If you think you want a Vitamix, check out the KitchenAid first! I am SO glad I did enough research to decide on this blender! I was leaning heavily toward the Breville or the more expensive Vitamix but I found a video review that did a very honest comparison of 5 blenders including KitchenAid, Breville, Hamilton Beach Professional, Blendtec, and Vitamix and the KitchenAid outperformed them all. The pitcher is plastic but it is so substantial I don’t feel this is in any way cheap and the 60 ounce capacity is really great. I do smoothies almost every day…

julia says:

Works great! And looks good Works great! And looks good. I was about to buy a vitamix when a friend suggested the quality of this kitchen aid and they were right!

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