Stainless Steel Hand BlenderCompare
Blend, chop, whisk and more with the Wahl James Martin Hand Blender. Its powerful 800 W motor makes light work of food prep, and it comes with a range of handy attachments.
Use the chopper bowl for meat, vegetables and nuts, and the balloon whisk for eggs or batters. Comes with a 500 ml beaker ideal for blending sauces and smoothies.
Suitable For: Eggs, Sauces, Smoothies, Soups
This powerful 800W Wahl James Martin Hand Blender comes with chopper attachment, balloon whisk and 500ml plastic beaker. With all of these attachments, it’s the perfect kitchen tool for blending, chopping and whisking. The versatile blender has variable speed which gives you full control when blending. Additionally, you can use the turbo boost for tougher ingredients. It’s easy to clean with dishwasher friendly parts.
The Stainless Steel Hand Blender is ideal for soups, smoothies, purees and chopping everyday ingredients. Use the chopper attachment for cutting up vegetables and nuts, while the balloon whisk can be used for eggs and batters. The blender comes with a 500ml plastic beaker, which means you can whisk up a soup or smoothie and pour straight from the beaker.
Our high performance stainless steel blades make quick work of blending, while the comfort grip handle makes it easy to use to give you amazing blending results with less mess!
Stainless steel blades
Dishwasher safe parts
Variable speed settings for control and versatility
High performance stainless steel blender, for quick blending
Chopper attachment, ideal for vegetables and nuts
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Republic of Ireland
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