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KitchenAid KHB2561OB 5-Speed Hand Blender

Pros: Blends, grinds and chops with power to spare plus comes with all the accessories you will need. Five speeds!

Cons: Expensive, but comes with plenty of attachments.

Summary: The best hand blender out there and priced like it. Still, this unit is perfect and will do everything you could possibly expect.
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Proctor-Silex 59738 Hand Blender

Pros: Very low cost, long cord and works surprisingly well for the money.

Cons: Will wear out under heavy use. Only two speeds.

Summary: A good basic unit, but don't expect it to last or be as versatile as a higher priced unit.
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Breville BSB510XL Control Grip Immersion Blender

Pros: Chops and blends. Plenty of attachments means plenty of flexibility. Durable unit. 15 speeds.

Cons: Expensive unit, but it will last and comes with some great accessories.

Summary: Versatile, powerful, and a bit on the expensive side. Overall, this is a great unit that will last.
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Hamilton Beach 59765 2-Speed Hand Blender

Pros: Low price and includes chopping bowl and a whisk.

Cons: Durability problems and controls tend to get stiff over time. Only two speeds.

Summary: A lot of value for the money, but this unit probably won't hold up to heavy use.
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Cuisinart CSB-75BC Smart Stick 2-Speed Immersion H...

Pros: Comes in variety of colors, easy to use, easy to grip, cleans up in the dishwasher, plenty of optional attachments available.

Cons: Needs a longer cord. Only two speeds.

Summary: Our pick for best value: Powerful, easy to use, and the price is quite reasonable. Plenty of accessories are available, so expand if you want.