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Breville the Control Grip™
Sku: 4027
Brand: Breville
$99.99
Description

The ergonomic trigger grip gives you a very natural hand position making use easier and less clunky. And its lag and blade with its unique anti-suction technology means less liquid spilling out of your bowl. 42oz jug and whisk attachment included.

  • Blending System: Revolutionary bell-shaped blending base combined with internal ribbing reduces suction for greater control and more efficient blending
  • Variable Speed Control: Adjustable speed control - Low to high control for precise blending and processing.
  • Immersion Blending Shaft: Features non-scratch base to protect your pots and pans. Also includes blade cover for blending shaft for added protection
  • Bowl Capacity: 25oz Chopper Bowl
  • Settings: 15 speed settings
  • Voltage: 110 - 120 Volts
  • Power: 280 Watts
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 3" x 16.25"
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited Product Warranty
  • Construction Materials: Stainless steel blending shaft
  • Included Accessories:
    • 25oz Chopper Bowl
    • 42oz Extra-Large jug with dual-purpose storage lid and anti-slip mat
    • Whisk Attachment
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited Product Warranty
  • Construction Materials: Stainless steel blending shaft
  • Included Accessories:
    • 25oz Chopper Bowl
    • 42oz Extra-Large jug with dual-purpose storage lid and anti-slip mat
    • Whisk Attachment
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